Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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A few dioceses in the U.S. have reinstalled public masses and Gus is joined by the bishop of one of them, Bishop Michael Warfel of the Diocese of Great Falls-Billings, Montana. He talks about what prompted the decision, which followed the governor reopening the state and, although public masses have resumed, the obligation to attend has not be reinstated.

Another bishop, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, of the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois, calls in to the program. He and Gus talk about life in the era of coronavirus and where his diocese stands in terms of eventually reopening public masses.

Gus also gets his weekly visit from Fr. Leo Patalinghug and checks in with old friend Abby Johnson, foundress of And Then There Were None and author of the biography "Unplanned," which was turned into a motion picture and released last year. Abby talks about how she and her family have been coping with the coronavirus lock down.

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  • rosemary perry: April 30, 2020

    Did I understand Bishop Paprocki say that IF this virus is worse than other viruses – did he really say IF – I couldn’t believe my ears. Please help me understand that remark. WE are taking this very seriously and taking no chances,

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