Gus is joined in studio by two great guests. First up is author Kevin Wells who talks about Blessed Aloysius Schwartz, the founder of several Boys Town/Girls Town programs for poor and impoverished children in Korea, the Philippines and Mexico. They're now known as World Villages for Children and run by the Sisters of Mary He talks about the state of the Church today and talks about what's needed to get back to the fundamentals of what it means to be Catholic and to wield great influence. If you wish to donate to the Boys Town/Girls Town communities, you may do so here.
Afterwards, Eric Genuis sits down with him. He is a composer and classical pianist who plays often at prisons, hospitals, rehab centers, nursing homes and inner city schools to bring beauty to environments that are often considered depressing and anti-human. He talks about how his faith motivates him to bring his gift to the sick and the poor in spirit.
And it's Monday so that means Gus does a couple rounds of Tell Me Something Good with listeners.