Gus talks about last night's debate between Vice-President Mike Pence and Vice-Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. Gus points to the issue of abortion, which Sen. Harris appeared to duck and Vice-President Pence was very forthright, saying he's pro-life and doesn't apologize for it. Gus brings up the issue of being a one-issue voter and asks listeners if they're a one-issue voter when it comes to abortion.
Later, Fr. David Guffey, national director of Family Theater Productions, calls in to talk about their newest film, PRAY: The Story of Patrick Peyton, which is a documentary on the priest who traveled to Hollywood in the 1940s and recruited some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Bing Crosby, Loretta Young and Gregory Peck, to urge the nation to pray. He even coined the famous phrase "The family that prays together, stays together."
We also hear from Bob Dunning who calls in to talk about the college football landscape, including the latest polls, what teams look like the best right now and picks the winners of this weekend's best games.
And, since Seize the Day is off tomorrow, Gus does Friday w/the Fathers and continues with the letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch.