Thursday, November 30, 2017

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In light of today’s feast day, the Feast of St. Andrew (aka St. Peter’s brother), Gus talks with listeners about siblings. They talk about how many they have and how many practice the faith.

Also, Gus talks about how our churches will be filled this Christmas with CEO Catholics, that is, Christmas and Easter Only. Gus asks listeners to call in who have CEOs in their family, or are CEOs themselves, and those who get on the air get a copy of “A Minute in the Church: The Mass.”

Gus talks about the Little Sisters of the Poor who are facing off with the attorneys general of California and Pennsylvania who argue that the administration is illegally limiting women’s access to birth control. The lawsuits are seeking a nationwide injunction on the new rules that protect religious groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor from having to cover abortifacients and other forms of contraception in their employee health insurance plans.

And we talk with Bob Dunning about Championship Game Weekend in college football and who he believes will make the playoffs.


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