Dr. Tom Curran ponders the theology of 1. Paying attention to what’s showing up, and 2. Discerning what’s at stake in responding. Tom talks about changing out batteries, feeling his feelings, the fear of men, and recent news headlines.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights on the contrast between teaching and preaching the Good News. Tom explores three ways to relate to the act of repentance: awareness, attitude, and action.
Dr. Tom Curran addresses the questions: What’s the big deal about sin? and, How can the laity respond to sin in the Church? Tom references teachings written in the Catechism of the Catholic Church on The Dignity of the Human Person: The Proliferation of Sin and Pope John Paul II’s three levels of operating in the world 1.) Awareness, 2.) Attitude, and 3.) Action.
Dr. Tom Curran records from the dinner table of his childhood home in Burlington, MA. Tom continues to honor priests that have made an impact on his life and reflects on three themes from the encyclical letter Paths of the Church by Blessed Pope Paul VI: 1.) awareness– who we are as a Church, 2.) reform/renew– how we ought to live, 3.) dialogue of Salvation– evangelize the world.