Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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Gus Lloyd is back!

He's live for the first time since having a total knee replacement surgery two weeks ago and is rearing to go. He shares about his recovery from the surgery and how it's been tough at times and he gives his reaction to the overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court last Friday.

Later, Dr. Matthew Bunson of EWTN News calls in to talk about the latest in Catholic news, including the World Meeting of Families that just wrapped up in Rome and the three major Supreme Court decision that impact people of faith: Dobbs v. Jackson (abortion), Kennedy v. Bremerton School District (praying football coach) and Carson v. Makin (Maine religious school vouchers).

And Gus expands the overturn of Roe v. Wade discussion by talking about the wailing and gnashing of teeth he saw by some people on the pro-abortion side and remarks about how the pro-life movement was, for the most part, peaceful. He talks about how our nation's prosperity has created an entitled generation who wants things immediately. He invites listeners to call and weigh in on the subject.

1 comment

  • Diane DiPierro: July 04, 2022

    Re: Carson V Makin: you also discussed how the decision to federally fund private schools is a good thing, because it will help Catholic schools. But what everyone is overlooking is the cost. Do you realize that for every Catholic School that will be subsidized, there will also be at least 10 Jewish Orthodox Schools that will also be subsidized (their schools are smaller, but more costly to build). For every American family with three children attending school, there is 7-10 children in a Jewish Orthodox family attending school, and I have no doubt in my mind that this is how and why that law got passed because we had been trying for years ton get something like this passed. The people of this country just don’t realize what is happening regarding this matter. Gus, please do some research on this matter. This law, though it will bring back many children to the Catholic Schools, it will, in the long run, hurt our national economy. Signed, A Concerned NJ resident

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