Gus talks about Sister Dede Byrne's speech last night at the RNC and tells her story. He plays her clip where she addresses abortion, saying that the most marginalized group of people are right here in the United States and it's the unborn. She says that she's not only pro-life but pro-eternal life and wants all of us to be together in heaven one day. Afterwards, he gets listener reaction and while the majority supported her appearance and what she said but there were several who felt religious shouldn't get involved in political events such as this.
Later, Gus is joined by Dick Lyles, the producer of the new movie "Fatima," which is getting released tomorrow nationwide in theaters and through streaming. "Fatima" tells the story of the Blessed Virgin Mary's appearance to three young children in Fatima, Portugal in 1917 that concluded in October of that year with a profound miracle witnessed by 70,000 people.
Also, Bob Dunning calls in to talk about the current state of college football, including what conferences are playing, crowd attendance, what certain schools are doing in terms of classes, etc.