Dr. Tom and Kari Curran explore the role of parents to pass on faith to future generations by contrasting virtue vs. money, picked vs. chosen and free-range vs. helicopter. Later in the program, the Currans reflect on a research article What Churchgoers Missed Most About In-Person Services. (Barna.com)
Dr. Tom Curran explores four guardrails God provides for a nation and individuals: 1. natural law, 2. family, 3. civil, and 4. Church. Tom talks about how to teach self-mastery through disciple and explains the difference between an evangelistic vs. discipleship approach to the Catholic school system.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about being silenced and the important role of the Body of Christ to be a voice in the world today. Later in the program, Tom shares stories and lessons passed on from his father to the ‘Curran boys’ about protecting and defending against an enemy.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Maia Espinoza, Catholic Mother and Executive Director and Founder of the Center for Latino Leadership, to discuss why the Comprehensive Sex Education Bill (ESSB 5395) was a discerning factor for her to run for Superintendent for Public Instruction in Washington State. Later in the program, Tom plays the recent message from Bishop Daly, Archdiocese of Spokane, about the reopening of public Mass.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Fr. Jim Northrop, Spiritual Director to the Western Washington Catholic Charismatic Renewal, to discuss the gift of the Holy Spirit, baptism in the Holy Spirit, and the celebration of Pentecost. Later in the program, Tom talks about three kinds of leaders: Cats, Orgs and Ops.