Dr. Tom and Kari Curran discuss the gift of God’s Love Letter and hand-written letters from family. Kari talks about her conviction to read more scripture and decision to home-school all their children. Tom continues to give examples of simple acts of reparation and discuss their journey of home-hunting.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran read and respond to letters from listeners. Kari shares stories about their recent visit to the Spokane area. Tom gives more examples of small acts of reparation, on behalf of one’s family and community.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about how to recognize a moment and discern a proper response; in light of, the Good News of the Gospel and the announcement “The British are Coming!” Tom shares stories of prudence in action: to help a stranger, to move his family, to care for a child with birth defects, to restrict smart phones, and more.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran announce the new journey their family is embarking on. Kari talks about the toxicity of secular feminists, social media, busy schedules, and too many ‘options.’ Tom talks about discernment and reads insights from Pope Pius XI’s encyclical Most Merciful Redeemer.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on the importance of intentional and purposeful parenting. Kari shares stories about attending Traditional Latin Mass, eating out as a family and creating summer moments. Tom talks about Father’s Day, the gift of reverence, the most popular apps, and the theology of goal setting.