Dr. Tom Curran ponders the questions: How did the priests and bishops involved in the unfolding sexual assault scandal get into positions of leadership? And, why haven’t more bishops taken strong action against it? Tom talks about three types of leaders: catalyst, organizer, and operator.
Dr. Tom Curran remembers the tragedy of 9-11 and calls on the spiritual weapon of the Rosary to combat the enemies of God attacking the Church today. Tom meditates on the five sorrowful mysteries, inserting petitions before each Hail Mary prayer.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Monday Co-hosts Fr. Kurt Nagel and Pam Gunderson to discuss the unfolding clergy sex abuse scandal. Fr. Nagel gives his priestly reflection and testimony on the recent crisis and talks about the connection to the sexual revolution of the past decades.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Julie Flynn and Laura Lee, parents and teacher at Emerald Heights Classical Arts High School, to discuss how to teach the mind, educate the heart and form the will. Later in the program, Tom explores St. Philip Neri’s three virtues to grow spirituality: humilitas, honestas and hilaritas.