Gus talks about a story out of Luxembourg. Much like Germany, the Catholics in that country, which only has one diocese, is holding a Synod which calls for changing Church teaching on homosexuality and priestly celibacy. Gus reads the story, reflects on it and surmises that these Synods are in grave error, but their hearts are in the right place because they're trying to attract more people. He asks listeners to call in and share what they think the Church can do to attract more people.
Also, Gus talks about today's First Reading from Jeremiah where God tells him to go to the potter's house and watch the process of how he molded a piece of clay in order to transform it into the object he desired. It's an allegory to how God molds and shapes our hearts when we're open to it. Gus invites listeners to call in and share a time in their lives when they struggled with some Church teaching and how God changed their heart.