Dr. Tom Curran prays the Rosary with listeners, meditating on the five Glorious Mysteries. Tom prays for specific intentions including: overcoming sin, the gifts of the Holy Spirit, peace, the fulfillment of mission and more!
Dr. Tom Curran talks about the Advent-quality of each human being, created with a capacity and desire for God. Tom continues to explore the theme of time, as it relates to the season of Advent.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the meaning of the first season of the new liturgical year, Advent. Tom talks about the theme of time: a time of waiting, a time of alertness, a time of seeking, and a time of welcoming.
Dr. Tom Curran continues to explore four practices that foster heroic virtue and gives tips on how to share the Gospel: expectant, straightforward, simple and evangelistic. Tom talks about the two questions he asked a boy who wants to date his daughter.
Dr. Tom Curran reads passages from St. Paul’s Letters about discipleship and explores four practices of heroic virtue: 1.) silence before the Lord, 2.) service, 3.) sharing the Gospel, and 4.) standing in the gap. Tom also gives four specific elements to silence: Letting go, Letting be, letting it come, letting it happen.