Gus talks about God's sense of humor and it's evident in today's First Reading from Acts where the apostle Paul is stoned by some Jews in Antioch and Iconium although he didn't die. What's ironic is, not that long ago, Paul, when he was still known as Saul of Tarsus, was present for the stoning of St. Stephen. Gus likens it to his own life when, as a teenager, he was a regular drug user who made fun of Christians. Now, he's not only a Catholic but an apologist and the hour of a religious radio program. He invites listeners to call in and share their story of God's sense of humor.
Also, Gus reads an opinion piece by National Review writer Kathryn Jean Lopez about the impending Roe v. Wade SCOTUS decision and the shifting language of the pro-choice movement. Afterwards, he talks about what abortion is and goes over a recent Pew Research Survey regarding Americans' attitudes towards abortion. Afterwards, he opens the phone of for listeners to call in and comment.