Gus is joined by Catholic author Mary Eberstadt to talk about her new book "Adam and Eve After the Pill, Revisited." It's a sequel to her 2012 book "Adam and Eve After the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution." She talks about how the oversexualization of the culture has rapidly ascended since her first publication, particularly in the transgender phenomenon, and talks about how it's affected it politically, as a society and in the Church.
Also, Gus talks about a picture he posted on his Facebook page this morning that was of the nave at his church, St. Timothy's. The tabernacle has been restored to the body of the church and an altar rail was also installed. The former was something Gus had been championing in his parish for a long time and the latter was a pleasant surprise. Gus talks about the two forms of communion, receiving in the had and receiving on the tongue, and invites listeners to call in and share how they receive it and why.
And it's Monday so that means Gus does a few spirited rounds of Tell Me Something Good with listeners.