Thursday, November 30, 2023

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Inspired by the brotherly relationship between St. Peter and St. Andrew, the saint whose feast we celebrate today, as well as his relationship with his own brothers Gary and Glenn, Gus invites listeners to call in and talk about their brother and share a story or two.
Also, earlier this month, the Vatican released a statement reiterating that Catholics cannot be freemasons after concern rose among bishops in the Philippines. The secretive fraternal organization, which does do an extraordinary amount of charitable work, began in the 18th century. Because of some of its teachings, which have some anti-Catholic principles and almost make them a religion in and of itself, Pope Clement XII formally condemned the organization in 1738. Catholic Answers apologist Joe Heschmeyer calls in to talk about why that condemnation still exists, why the Catholic Church condemns them and why Catholics cannot be involved. Gus and Joe also talk about how, even though the freemasons are loaded with good guys and do some good works, it still goes against the teachings of the Catholic Church to be a member.
And Bob Dunning calls in to recap some of the Rivalry games from last weekend, including Ohio State's third loss in a row to Michigan, and preview the conference championship games this weekend. Bob picks the winners.


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