Gus is joined by brother priests, Frs. Connor and Peyton Plessala who are separated by 18 months and are both recently ordained. They share their stories with Gus about growing up together, discerning their vocations respectively and going through seminary together. Gus also asks them what it was like being ordained in the era of coronavirus.
Also, based on today's Gospel reading from Matthew 6 where Jesus teaches his disciples how to pray by praying what is now referred to as the Our Father or the Lord's Prayer. Gus talks about how it's also referred to as the Surrender Prayer because Jesus says "Thy will be done" and then practiced what he preached on Holy Thursday when, in the Garden of Gethsemane, when faced with his Passion, Jesus asks God the Father to remove this cup if possible but continues not my will be done but yours. Gus talks about the true meaning of surrendering to God's will and how it's oftentimes entangled with forgiveness of others. Afterwards, he talks surrender stories with listeners who share their experiences with forgiveness of a family member, a friend, a job situation or whatever it was where they had to find forgiveness and letting go.