Dr. Tom Curran broadcasts to radio listeners from Boston! Tom honors the Solemnity of St. Peter and St. Paul, shares stories on living in Rome, celebrates his dad’s birthday, and explores the theme of ‘living a poured out life.’
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 and Kari Curran reflect on the life of Jesus, as a template for all men striving for holiness. Kari talks about three manly traits women typically want in a husband. Tom compares and contrasts the idea of a ‘good man’ versus a ‘godly man’ and encourages men in the Puget Sound to attend the upcoming Seattle Men’s Conference: Iron Sharpens Iron.
Dr. Tom Curran correlates lessons he has learned from his father and father-in-law with the season of Lent and the life of St. Joseph: 1. Don’t force it, 2. Go with the flow, 3. How long must I remain with you? 4. I am blessed. Tom references blog posts from Kari about her Dad and a podcast by Fr. Patrick Smith from his Homily on the Second Sunday in Lent.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about the importance of teaching authentic masculinity to young men and explores principles of being a man of God: 1. Will it, 2. Don’t will it alone “Huddle-Up”, 3. Find support, 4. Find encouragement, 5. Find accountability.