Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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Gus shares his experiences from the road with the Friars on Foot. He plays a bonus segment where he did a Q&A session with Fr. Francis Orozco and Fr. Thomas Schaeffgen while walking to Memphis. He talks with them about things that have stood out on this trip, including unusual places they slept and visited as well as times they felt frustrated or downright angry.

Also, Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life Education & Defense Fund, calls in to weigh in on yesterday’s 5-3 decision against the Texas Abortion Bill, which would’ve held abortion facilities to the same medical standard as ambulatory surgery centers.

And, David Felten joins Gus, from our New York studios, in the Conversion Corner. David is a renowned neuroscientist who converted to the faith three years ago. He tells Gus his father was a Protestant minister who drifted through a variety of denominations while he was growing up. David said it effected him negatively in that he was privy to the bickering involved in church politics and was often discouraged from the sciences, which he was naturally drawn to as a child. David tells what led him to the church and his grand announcement at a pilgrimage dinner in Rome hosted by Lino and Fr. Dave to the stunned surprise of his wife. Listen to it in its entirety here.

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