Gus talks about the spate of forcibly removed statues at the hands of mobs that continue to occur across the country. This time, it's not just statues of the confederacy. Statues of George Washington, Ulysses S. Grant and St. Junipero Serra have been toppled with very little to no resistance or prosecution. Gus asks listeners how should we, as Catholics, approach this. Is it something we just pray about or do we take a more physical stand?
Later, Gus is joined by Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, policy advisor at the Catholic Association, and they discuss an array of topics including the current state of the coronavirus and the forced removal of statues across the country.
And, Gus reads an interesting article written by Msgr. Eric Barr that paints a pretty bleak picture of a post-pandemic Church. He poses the question that, with the rising number of "none's," televised mass and being away from physical mass for so long, will the laity return to mass once the obligation is reinstalled by the bishops. Gus gets listener's thoughts.
Gus, I did not hear the discussion on this topic. I was at least encouraged to see the comments made by some California bishops. However, once again, the Conference of US Bishops has failed miserably. They do a good job in speaking up , in my opinion, on the wrong issues and take the wrong position. On this important issue as we see our culture being destroyed they say nothing.
We need to Pray, and think of this as a spiritual war against evil
Gus this is how revisionists work. they change history by destroying history. they manipulate reality by taking thing out of the era they were presented in.
There are also those who will use this as an opportunity to reek havoc. All of us must stand firm in the true reality of our faith.
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