Dr. Tom and Kari Curran discuss the gift of recalling childhood stories and making memories rooted in faith. The Currans talk about Tom’s trip home to Boston, how they celebrate birthdays, the Epiphany house blessing, and the use of sacramentals.
Dr. Tom Curran celebrates his birthday with listeners by sharing insights from the Office of Readings in the Liturgy of the Hours for nourishment and reflections for the ‘now moment.’ Tom shares a story about what St. Pope Paul VI did on this day in 1964 at the Second Vatican Council.
In honor of the Feast of the Nativity of Mary, Dr. Tom Curran prays a Rosary meditating on the five sorrowful mysteries. Tom shares reflections on sins of omission, praying for those near death, supernatural family planning and the birthday of Our Lady.
On Tom’s birthday, he reflects on the Letter to Laodicea (Revelation 3: 14-22) and talks about 6 things causing lukewarmness: lack of commitment, lack of urgency, lack of recognition, lack of zeal, lack of conviction, and lack of expectant faith.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on recent celebrations and talk about the gift of having all nine children home on their 25th Wedding Anniversary. Tom shares stories from their Anniversary, birthdays and the Assumption of Mary. Kari confesses to a bad confession and talks about the relentless intercession of the Blessed Mother in her life.