One thing Gus has been talking about with listeners for several years now is the rise of "the none's," that is, people with no religious affiliation whatsoever. Gus reads an article written by Leonardo Blair entitled "Mixing religion and politics leading to rise of the 'nones,' scholars say," that recently appeared in the Christian Post. Gus asks listeners their thoughts about whether or not the mixing of religion and politics has led to decreased mass attendance.
Also, Gus is joined by Dr. John Bergsma, professor of theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. John is also a convert and an author and gives a brief version of his conversion story before talking about his latest book, "Jesus and the Old Testament Roots of the Priesthood."
And, Gus talks about praying for the mundane, i.e., the little things. There are some who believe we shouldn't bother God with things like praying for a parking spot or good weather while others believe we should pray to God for everything. Gus invites listeners to call in and share their thoughts on praying for the mundane.