Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Kurt Nagel and Fr. Jeff Lewis to reflect on the O Antiphons of Advent, found in the Liturgy of the Hours on the days leading up to Christmas. Today’s Co-hosts talk about “who Jesus is” by exploring His many titles.
Dr. Tom Curran shares the story of the Three Wise Men and their gifts. Tom contrasts the lessons learned from winning vs. losing and shares family stories about the ‘puppy battle,’ the Playdough rules, watching PG13 movies, and more!
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on the past year and explore their discerned resolutions for 2019. Kari talks about the absence of ‘presents,’ the call to simplify, and the book she’s resolved to read in 2019! Tom talks about how to concretize philosophical principles for growing in holiness through simple daily habits.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights on the Christmas season and the feast days of St. John, Holy Innocents, and St. Thomas Becket. Tom reads quotes from an interview with Father Weinandy (NCRegister.com) and anticipates the ‘good, bad and ugly’ themes for the soon-approaching 2019 year.
Dr. Tom Curran shares the theology of Advent and four different dimension of time: waiting, alertness, seeking, and welcoming. Tom also shares a prayer and reflection on forgiveness for those who are a victim of another’s sin.