Gus talks about the comments from his bishop, Robert Lynch of the diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida, following the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando where 49 people were killed by Omar Mateen. The Pulse was an LGBT nightclub and Bishop Lynch points the finger at religious people, including Catholics, for singling out and targeting gays, lesbians and transgender people. Gus disagrees with his bishop and gives his reasons why and then gets caller reaction.
Then, Adam Schadenberg, executive director/international chair of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, calls in to talk about the controversial assisted suicide measure in Canada, which barely passed Parliament and how national leaders are already discussing the possibility of expanding it to allow doctor-assisted death for minors and the mentally ill.
Also, Gus talks about mission trips; that is, a religious trip with specific mission. He talks about the profound effect one had on his sons back when they were in high school. Gus asks listeners to call in if they’ve ever been on one, what kind it was and how it affected them.