Fr. Robert Spitzer calls in to talk about his latest book "The Moral Wisdom of the Catholic Church: A Defense of Her Controversial Moral Teachings." He and Gus go over a few issues addressed in his book, including transgender ideology, overpopulation, physician-assisted suicide and gender ideology.
Gus also shares a story out of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin where the bishop there procured a watch worn by Pope Francis and donated it to the LaViolette Scholarship Foundation who auctioned it off for their fundraiser. The watch, which was valued at $55 fetched a whopping $56,250, which set a record for the most paid for that particular watch. Gus asks listeners to call in if they ever participated in an auction or a raffle and won.
And it's Monday so that always means a round of Tell Me Something Good and
Gus also goes over a Catholic news item of interest, which is the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in the case of 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, which challenges Colorado's Anti-Discrimination Act that forces the graphic artist to create messages celebrating LGBTQ+ weddings.