Dr. Tom Curran interviews Fr. Robert Spitzer, Philosopher and Author, to share insights on how to recognize the Holy Spirit, battle against the enemy and understand Eucharistic miracles. Fr. Spitzer references his new project, the Big Book, and the upcoming Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about the expectation during Lent to be tempted by the three manifestations of original sin: pride, disobedience, lack of trust. Tom shares testifies to the struggle of disobedience and reads the scripture passage: “Trust from God” from Sirach2: 1-6.
Dr. Tom Curran and Kari Curran talk about how to foster union and communion in marriage, family and community life. Kari talks about a recent weather storm, as a metaphor for the spiritual life. Tom explores the four ordinary attacks of the enemy: deception, division, distraction, and discouragement.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the question, “What are Catholics called by God to do right now?” Tom looks to scripture and Church teaching to discern the proper response to the battle against human rights and religious freedom.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by his daughter, Mary Grace, to discuss the gift and the battle of prayer. Tom and Mary Grace discuss some helpful books on growing in faith and give practical examples of the “good” things that can tempt one away from the best thing.