It was almost a year ago when Gus' wife and her sisters made the decision to be their mother into an assisted living facility. He invites listeners to call in and share their story about caring for elderly relatives.
Also, Gus talks about the story broken by The Pillar yesterday which led to the resignation of USCCB General Secretary Msgr. Jeffrey Burrill. An investigation of him alleges that he frequented gay bars and private residences and had used the "hook-up" app Grindr on a near-daily basis. Gus reads the article from the Pillar and gives his opinion and talks about some of the responses he's read. Later, he talks with listeners about the scandal and how stories like this impact their faith life.
And, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, of the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois, calls in to talk about the pope's new Motu Proprio, "Traditionis custodes," which puts severe limits on the celebration of the traditional Latin mass. He talks about his reaction to it, part of which dispenses the priests in his diocese from some of the harsher limits put in place by Pope Francis.