Dr. Tom Curran interviews Caitlyn VanHorssen, Emcee of the upcoming Helena Catholic Women’s Conference: The Feminine Genius in Relationships to discuss four facets of the ‘Feminine Genius’: sensitivity, generosity, receptivity, and the maternal heart.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Catholic Philosopher Dr. Peter Kreeft about his recent book Ask Peter Kreeft: The 100 Most Interesting Questions He’s Ever Been Asked and a variety of other topics, such as: friendship, dialogue, heaven, common sense, and more!
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights about experiencing God’s benevolent love and asks the question: what makes a good friend? Tom talks about cleaning out the car, battling spiritual warfare, the theology of friendship, and the ‘big difference’ impacting the Curran home.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Most Reverend Daniel H. Mueggenborg, Auxiliary Bishop of the Seattle Archdiocese, for a Biblical Insights edition of Sound Insight to reflect on John 15:9 and the attitude of friendship. Tom talks about the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, “The Call of Simon the Fisherman” (Luke 5: 1-11), Career Day, and vocation/career discernment.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Terry Ehrman, C.S.C., Assistant Director for Life Sciences Research and Outreach at University of Notre Dame, to discuss how to form men into holy men in today’s culture. Fr. Ehrman shares insights from his new book Man of God: Lessons to Young Men About Life, Sex, Friendship, Vocation, and Loving with the Heart of Christ. (Catholic.com)