Dr. Tom Curran explores the central message of the ‘Good News’ of Jesus Christ. Tom references scripture, reads quotes from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and shares stories from daily life to foster the truth: “the Kingdom of God is at hand, repent and believe!”
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights on the contrast between teaching and preaching the Good News. Tom explores three ways to relate to the act of repentance: awareness, attitude, and action.
Dr. Tom Curran testifies to the difference-maker of hearing and proclaiming the Good News! Tom talks about the gift of Mass, the season of Lent, the Fulcrum Foundation and A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.
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!
What is the central message of Jesus? Dr. Tom Curran begins the program with a prayer for travelers and for those in a fragile state without an advocate. Tom explores the five themes of Jesus’ proclamation (Mark: 1): repentance, belief, the Good News, the Kingdom of God, and “here now!”