Gus gets his weekly visit from Catholic News Agency columnist and canon lawyer Ed Condon who, among other things, talks about events that took place within the Democratic Party who announced this week the suspension of its primary in New York. This may harm former Vice President Joe Biden's nomination who could quite possibly arrive at the Democratic Convention in August without the nomination.
Gus also gets visits from several guests addressing some of the fallout as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. First up is Keith Cosbey, COO of Choicelunch, joins Gus to talk about what they're doing to help feed kids, seniors in the Bay Area, Next, two priests from the Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts, Fr. David Barnes and Fr. Tom MacDonald, who are part of a special group assembled to anoint those diagnosed with COVID-19. And, finally, attorney Oliver Dunford, of the Pacific Legal Foundation, calls in to talk about re-opening the U.S. economy, which should entail lesser restrictions on businesses that operate from home.
We're also joined by Fr. Dan Cambra, a priest from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception. In addition to sharing his own vocation, he tells the story of St. Camillus de Lellis, the patron saint of hospitals, the sick and nurses who lived in 16th century Europe and ministered to the sick, including those still suffering from the bubonic plague, which ravaged the continent 200 years earlier.