Gus talks about the Queenship of Mary, the feast day celebrated by the Church today. He explains the origins of the feast and its Biblical ties as well as the negative stereotype associated with kings and queens in American society.
Later, Kristen Van Uden, author spokesperson at Sophia Institute Press, calls in to talk about their reprint of The Diary of St. Gemma. St. Gemma Galgani lived from 1878-1903 and lived a remarkable life. Kristen and Gus talk about how every Thursday, from 1899 to her death in 1903, the young Italian saint experienced the stigmata and how she was able to send her guardian angel on spiritual "errands."
And during the Tell Me Something Good segment, regular caller Richard from North Carolina told Gus that it's his and Gus' 13th anniversary together. He's referring to how long he's been listening to the show. Gus invites listeners to call in and share how long they've been listening.