Tuesday, April 9, 2024

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Yesterday, many areas of the United States got to experience a rare solar eclipse. It cut a narrow path that ran from the Pacific Coast of Mexico up through Maine and into Canada. Gus didn’t really get to see it very well, particularly because he was only to see a little greater than 50% of its totality, but he invites listeners to call in and share their experiences.

Also, Gus is joined by Fr. Roger Landry, a priest in the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts, who wears a lot of hats. In addition to serving as the chaplain for Columbia University in New York City and the Thomas Merton Institute for Catholic Life, he is also a ecclesiastical assistant to Aid to the Church in Need, papal missionary of mercy and many other things. As if he weren’t busy enough already, he’s preparing to walk 1,500-mile journey to the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in Indianapolis this summer. He talks with Gus about why he’s doing it, what he hopes it will accomplish and how he’s preparing himself physically, mentally and spiritually.


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