Dr. Tom Curran interviews Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, Catholic theologian and philosopher, about his book Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright: The Genius and Timeliness of the Traditional Latin Mass.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by his wife, Kari Curran, to reflect 2020 as a time of great epiphany in their own lives, in the Church and in the world. Kari reflects about overcoming her lukewarm faith and Tom talks about the outcome of attending Traditional Latin Mass.
Dr. Tom Curran gives updates on the unfolding events of 2020 and talks about the personal epiphany in his spiritual life. Tom talks about the importance of measuring output (instead of input) and ponders the question “What are you going to do” to parent life-long, faithful Catholic children.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights from a car ride conversation with his kids about preparing for Confession and Communion. Tom prays the Liturgy of the Hours and reads quotes from Preparation for Death by St. Alphosus De Liguori. Later in the program, Tom references a Sunday homily about the four acts of thanksgiving: adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition.
Dr. Tom Curran shares his testimony, as a young man, encountering the living presence of God in the Eucharist. Tom shares insights from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI about the ‘event’ of a personal encounter with the living God; and, what happens when the event goes unrecognized.