Popular YouTube evangelist, Lizzie Reezay, calls in to talk with Gus about her conversion to the Catholic faith. Lizzie is the star of a very popular YouTube channel, LizziesAnswers, which has nearly 200,000 subscribers, where she talks openly about her faith and how it intertwines with various social issues. Last month, she announced she was converting to Catholicism so Gus asks her about her faith journey and what ultimately led up to her accepting the Catholic faith as the one, true faith. Lizzie, who grew up in a family of Church of God missionaries, admits it was initially difficult to get over many of her ingrown anti-Catholic biases. Afterwards, Gus talks to people who've converted to Catholicism and what anti-Catholic biases they overcame.
Also, Benjamin Clapper, executive director of Louisiana Right to Life, calls in to talk about a 30-minute documentary film they're releasing tonight on their Web site called "I Lived on Parker Avenue," which chronicles the adoption process of teenager David Scotton and his reunion with his birth parents who were minutes away from having him aborted. The documentary will be released tonight on the Internet for free. Click here to find out how to see it. Afterwards, Gus invites listeners to call in who are adopted themselves or are adoptive parents.