Thursday, July 27, 2017

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The homily at mass is not THE most important part of mass, but it is important nonetheless. Gus talks about when priests and deacons incorporate personal stories into their homilies. It’s not always well-received. Gus asks listeners their thoughts on when the homilist incorporates personal stories into his homily.

Also, it’s National Natural Family Planning Awareness Week and Jill Cherrey, NFP coordinator for the Archdiocese of Newark, NJ, calls in to talk about natural family planning and how it’s much more than just the old rhythm method.



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