Today is International Women's Day and Gus is joined by Catholic author Lisa Cotter who talks about her new book "Reveal the Gift: Living the Feminine Genius." She talks about the term "feminine genius," which was coined by Pope St. John Paul II and the vocation of women in the life of the Church. She also talks about the women who've inspired her and how women can be a voice in the Church. Afterward, Gus invites listeners to call in and talk about women who've influenced their faith.
Also, Fr. Leo Patalinghug calls in to talk about a multitude of things with Gus, including giving something up vs. taking something on during Lent, the end of COVID and the crisis in Ukraine.
And, Gus goes over a couple of Catholic news/notes, including a story about a high school assistant football coach Joe Kennedy who was fired for kneeling in prayer after a game in 2015. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear his case. Also, Gus reads a pastoral letter by Bishop James Conley of the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska, which addresses the confusing issue of gender ideology and its negative effects on our culture.