Thursday, October 14, 2021

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Gus talks about the recent statement made by Archbishop Timothy Broglio, of the Archdiocese of the Military Services, where he said that soldiers should be able to reject the COVID vaccine if it violates their conscience. Gus voices his support for Archbishop Broglio's statement and asks why the incredibly lucrative medical community can't create a vaccine that has no ties to aborted fetal cell lines and invites listeners to call in and give their opinion on the COVID vaccine and its mandates.

Later, Bob Dunning calls in to talk about this weekend's biggest college football games and pick the winners and, since Gus is going on vacation beginning tomorrow, he does his Friday Prayer Time today.


  • Tim Lucchesi: November 01, 2021

    I’m beyond confused. The Vatican says there is no moral issue, so bishops say that means that a person can’t use Catholicism to object, but other bishops say they can.

    The Church no longer speaks with a unified voice. If the goal was to cause anxiety…success!!!

    Objective fact is objective fact. And yet various factions in the Church are claiming opposing truths as fact. Thanks Church leaders for sending me back to therapy.

    Only in Catholicism can we make something so appealing (the faith) seem unappealing.

    I’m not angry, I’m hurt and scared and anxious.

    What do I do? Seriously, what do I do?!?!

  • Mary Murphy: October 21, 2021

    I have stopped listening to you because of your divisive messages regarding COVID vaccine requirements. You have tried to turn COVID vaccines into a religious issue when it is a social responsibility and health issue. I believe the Catholic Channel should cancel your show. Your ultra-conservative viewpoints are having a negative impact on our Catholic faith and community.

  • Leonard Rodrigues: October 15, 2021

    The Pfizer vaccine does not contain any aborted fetal cells, nor was it developed from such cells. It did however use a cell line cultured for decades that originated in fetal cells to test the vaccine. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine DOES use fetal cells from aborted fetuses. There is choice. They are not all the same.

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