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 and Kari Curran ‘keep it simple’ by exploring the theme of simplicity. Kari shares stories about summer activities and reflects on “giving as antidote to the disease of greed.” Tom talks about the many humble intentions from prayer warriors across the world and shares quotes about enslavement of earthly possessions.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran testify to the fruits of witnessing a ‘communion of persons,’ as an act of God’s generosity and mercy. The Currans reflect on the research from The Gottman Institute on “Build Love Maps.” In the final segment, Tom is joined by Bishop Thomas Daly from the Archdiocese of Spokane, WA, to discuss The Eucharistic Family Rosary Crusade.
Dr. Tom Curran answers the question: What should I say when I pray? Tom explores ten statements to say to God: 1. I love You, 2. I am sorry, 3. Thank You, 4. I am Yours, 5. Speak Lord, Your servant is listening, 6. I trust You (freely, completely and forever) 7. Help! 8. Shock me with Your generosity, 9. Be a Father to me, and 10. Be silent and still.