Dr. Tom Curran continues to discuss the meaning of the Easter Season. Tom reflects on the first eight sentences in the Gospels after Jesus’ resurrection: 1.) He is not here, He is alive! Why are you weeping? 2.) Do not be afraid. 3.) Mary. 4.) What are you discussing as you go your way? 5.) Peace be with you. 6.) Do not persist in your unbelief, but believe. 7.) Do you love Me more than these? 8.) Go and proclaim the Good News!
Dr. Tom Curran congratulates the Gonzaga University men’s basketball team for advancing to the NCAA Championship game! Tom reflects on Sunday’s Gospel reading on The Raising of Lazarus (John 11: 1-45) by asking the questions: Why did Jesus wait two days to raise Lazarus? Where was Lazarus during those days? And, if you were at the gates of Heaven, would you want to go back to earth?
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.
Tom reads and reflects on the parable of ten gold coins in today’s Gospel reading from Luke 19. Tom talks about the responsibility of living a ‘ten cities life’ in this graced moment of the Jubilee Year of Mercy and explores the four last things: death, judgement, heaven and hell.