Wednesday, Feburary 9, 2022

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One of the tenets of most Christian marriage is to love each other in sickness and in health. Gus invites listeners who've experienced a sickness, an illness or a disability in their marriage.

Also, Dr. Matthew Bunson of EWTN calls in to talk with Gus about some recent Catholic news stories, including the Munich Report, which accuses Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI of mishandling four clergy sex abuses during his time as the Archbishop of Munich and Freising. Staying in Germany, they also talk about the German "Synodal Way," which is seeking to change the Church teaching on homosexuality and installing the blessing of same-sex unions. Lastly, they talk about a priest in Phoenix who, for about 20 years, has been performing the sacrament of baptism incorrectly. Instead of saying "I baptize you," he said "we baptize you," which is incorrected because only Jesus can baptize someone through the hands of the priest. Bishop Olmstead, of the Diocese of Phoenix, Arizona, said the Church will do everything to remedy this and locate everyone who's been affected by this.

And, in honor of National Marriage Week, Gus continues his teaching on the Catholic teaching on marriage by reading and reflecting from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Today, he talks about what is and what isn't a valid marriage and annulments.

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  • Russell Nemecek: February 10, 2022

    This group of German bishops need to be excommunicated regardless of Pope Francis saying there is no more excommunication. Our church leadership including this pope is leading the Church down the road to perdition.

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