Dr. Tom and Kari Curran celebrate a milestone birthday and discuss some Lenten practices for married couples. Tom ponders why so many people attend Ash Wednesday Mass and Kari talks about preparing for quarantine.
Dr. Tom Curran discerns God’s resolution for his 2020 by reflecting on his top ten moments from 2019: an overwhelming moment, a Marian moment, an Elijah moment, a Benedictine moment, a ‘Good Samaritan’ moment, an anointed moment, an Ecumenical moment, a paradoxical moment, a Kairos moment, and a calamitous moment.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran explore the themes of apathy, lethargy and anger. Kari talks about recent breakthroughs and shares her current book list. Tom plays a game of Catholic Trivia and reads quotes from Lukewarm Catholicism: Scourge Upon the Church and Ruin of Souls by Fr. William Casey.
Dr. Tom Curran shares stories of five recent conversations: the remedy for apathy, the lost-confidence in the Church, the danger of ‘not-getting-political,’ the truth of human nature, and the misunderstood role of a shepherd.