Thursday, October 7, 2021

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In honor of the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, Gus invites listeners to call in and talk about their relationship with the Rosary and how they came about praying it and why as well as any struggles they may have had getting into it.

Also, Deacon Eddie Ensley sits down with Gus in the Conversion Corner. Deacon Eddie was born with a disability. While his mother was giving birth to him, the umbilical cord wrapped tightly around his neck three times, cutting off oxygen to his brain. He nearly died but was rescued by the quick actions by his doctor. It did, however, leave the right side of his brain partially impaired, making it difficult to handle visual-spatial and motor side of life. Making things even worse, he grew up in an abusive household where he found solace in reading the New Testament and getting away with his grandmother to the Baptist church. Later on in his life, Deacon Eddie was drawn to the Presbyterian church and began studying to be a minister. It was during this time that, out of curiosity, he happened into a Catholic church to see what it was like and was overwhelmed with an immediate feeling of peace and love. He shares the rest of his conversion story with Gus and the listeners.

And, later, Bob Dunning calls in to pick this weekend's best college football games with Gus.

1 comment

  • Cathy Kunitzer: October 10, 2021

    Enjoyed listening Oct. 7th. What were apps mentioned about praying the rosary especially one from lady who said app was written by three young women and it’d changed her life.?
    God bless your work for Him.

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