Thursday, April 2, 2020

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Jeremy Dys, Special Counsel for Litigation and Communications for First Liberty Institute joined Gus to talk about how church and state can (and are) work together to help mitigate the effects of coronavirus. Pray for wisdom for our temporal and spiritual leaders.

Cary Dabney shared his story in our Conversion Corner. Cary was raised a Jehovah's Witness, was very anti-Catholic and eventually studied his way into the Catholic faith.

Fr. Scott Vanderveer, pastor of St. Mary's in Coxsackie, NY shared his vocation story and how he is in the process of meeting his birth family, as he was adopted.


  • Glen Witt: April 03, 2020

    Arrived at work as Cary Dabney was almost complete in revealing his journey. I did not enter into Catholicism until late in life, and thought as Cary had, it would be my last refuge. Cary’s story of finding faith, rejuvenated me, going into work, as a Counselor in a psychiatric facility. Most of our workers’ are just “waiting for”, rather than faithfulness in, God’s versus the CoVid outcome. THANK YOU ! :)

  • Glen E. Witt: April 03, 2020

    I count your “Seize The Day” broadcast on Catholic Radio as an excellent faith reminder. Your show today was just completing as I arrived at work as a Psychiatric Counselor. As you can well imagine, most of our patients’ are vulnerable with their difficulties of any self-worth, and therefore a percentage take so poor care of their hygiene and general health. It’s an anxious walk into work, but with your reinforcing me with the Cary Dabney interview, I went into work, rejuvenated ! Thank you and God Bless, GE Witt

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