Gus talks about two groups of Canadian Catholic bishops who’ve given conflicting statements on whether or not a priest can give Last Rites to a person about to commit physician-assisted suicide. So, Gus asks listeners whether or not the sacrament should be administered and opinions are greatly varied.
Also, Gus shares a story about a couple times in his life when a priest ministered to his family. The first time was, as a kid, when his sister Nancy was struck by a car. The second time was years later when Nancy was dying of cancer. He talked about how the priest’s involvement were tremendously comforting to him and his family. Gus asks listeners about a priest, a nun, a deacon, or other religious who’ve gone the extra mile for them.