Dr. Tom Curran addresses questions from Cardinals to Pope Francis to further clarify seemingly controversial statements written in Chapter 8 in AMORIS LÆTITIA, POST-SYNODAL APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS. Tom talks about 3 approaches to teach moral responsibility: go before, go with, go behind. In the second half of the program, he reflects on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe and last Sunday’s Gospel reading about St. John the Baptist. (MT 11:2-11)
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran give updates on their Advent journey. Kari shares ideas for Advent customs, projects and events with kids. Tom talks about the impact of a memory and how to protect your family from ‘being robbed’ from the gifts of the Advent Season.
Dr. Tom Curran explores the significance of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Tom gives an encouraging word for business leaders, contrasts two ways to win a game and reflects on teachings written in the Catechism of the Catholic Church on the Blessed Virgin Mary. [CCC: 511 New Eve, CCC: 490-493 Full of Grace/Redeemed Conception, CCC:722 Conceived Without Sin, CCC:721 Masterwork of The Son]
Are you driving at night without headlights? Discover the gift of light! Dr. Tom Curran reads an examination of conscience for kids of all ages and reflects on seven statements from Socrates on understanding the light of faith: I don’t know, know thy self, the un-examined life is not worth living, what is good overflows itself, it is better to suffer injustice than to be unjust, life is about learning how to die, and show me what I look like.
Dr. Tom Curran explores the theology of vigilance and gives six stages of Eucharistic Adoration: external, exertion, extension, excess, exposed, and Eucharistic. Tom reads an excerpt from an email on his approach to coaching and a poem by John Milton titled, “On His Blindness.”