The Currans continue to discuss the topic of discipline, as referenced in the text: The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality, by the Pontifical Council For the Family. Tom draws paralleled insights from Pope Benedict XVI, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. John Paul II and Scripture. Kari reflects on the practices of fasting, prayer and repentance. To conclude, Tom reflects on the second of several means, proposed by the church, to prepare kids for challenges: watchfulness and prudence in avoiding occasion of sin.
On Today's Podcast, the Currans begin to uncover hidden treasures of the Church's teaching on parenting. Tom talks about the principle: faith as the foundation, society swindles. Later in the program, Tom and Kari uncover the first concept for preparing children for the challenges of society, discipline of the senses and the mind; as referenced in, Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality, by the Pontifical Council For the Family.
The Currans celebrate their 22nd Wedding Anniversary on today's podcast! Tom and Kari tell their "how we met story" and encourage couples to recall their first love for their spouse. Tom asks Kari seven would-you-rather questions.
The Currans reflect on 22 years of married love and share stories from their recent marriage retreat. Tom gives 4 words to encourage couples to be open to life in marriage. Kari talks about the current concern parents face about the stability of their children’s marriages.
Dr. Tom Curran honors fathers on today’s Feast of St. Lawrence. Tom references writings from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Holy Scripture, and two interesting online articles to help fathers manifest to their children the love of Our Heavenly Father.
236 "God's works reveal who he is in himself; the mystery of his inmost being enlightens our understanding of all his works. So it is, analogously, among human persons. A person discloses himself in his actions, and the better we know a person, the better we understand his actions."
Discover the connection between trust and humility on today's podcast. Dr. Tom Curran continues to pray for filial trust, and receives humble pie! Tom explores what we say when we pray the Confiteor at Mass, and why we say it!
Tom and Kari are back together on Sound Insight! The Currans launch today's program by reflecting on the scripture reading from St. Paul on the Paradox of the Ministry. (2 Corinthians 4) Tom and Kari update listeners on their adventure of selling a house and give testimony to how God has been faithful in their time of tribulation.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Dino Rossi, former member of the Washington State Senate, to discuss the responsibility of faith-filled citizens to vote. Tom and Dino remind listeners to fill out and turn in their primary election ballots today! Tom continues to read insights from Saint Alphonsus Liguori, complied in Preparation for Death.
Dr. Tom Curran takes a journey through 50 years of theological research, unfolding five theological themes leading up to the church's Jubilee Year of Mercy message "Jesus, I Trust in You." Tom makes a correlation between the concept of filial trust and the classic film, Field of Dreams.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Kurt Nagel, Fr. Jim Johnson and Pam Gunderson for a Sacred Heart Book Club Edition of Sound Insight to discuss: Healing: Bringing the Gift of God's Mercy to the World by Dr. Mary Healy
Dr. Tom Curran gives an honest testimony about attempting to live out the prayer: "Jesus, I surrender, take care of everything." Tom talks about his visit from Joseph, Moses and a Fisher-man; and he continues to explore the Church's teaching on Filial Trust, as referenced in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. [CCC: 2734]
Dr. Tom Curran continues to explore the church's teaching on filial trust; as referenced in, the Catechism of the Catholic Church. [CCC: 2734] Tom gives practical examples from his weekend of experiencing diversion, distraction and dispersion from praying 'Jesus take over.'