How’s your Lent going? Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the Theology of Lent, by exploring readings heard at Mass. Tom talks about the things his kids have ‘given up’ and shares stories from his Lenten journey so far.
Dr. Tom Curran discerns God’s resolution for his 2020 by reflecting on his top ten moments from 2019: an overwhelming moment, a Marian moment, an Elijah moment, a Benedictine moment, a ‘Good Samaritan’ moment, an anointed moment, an Ecumenical moment, a paradoxical moment, a Kairos moment, and a calamitous moment.
Dr. Tom Curran explores the 15 promises of our Blessed Mother given to those who pray the Rosary: signal graces, protection, armor against hell, virtue, not perish, not be conquered by misfortune, not die without the Sacraments, light of God in life and at death, delivered from purgatory, glory in heaven, answered prayers, aided-for in necessities, intercessors in life and at death, becomes a son, predestination.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the life of St. Joseph of Cupertino. Tom talks about how to foster a personal and profound union with God and the overflowing impact of grace upon one’s spouse and children.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Kurt Nagel and Pam Gunderson to reflect on the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls. Today’s co-hosts explore texts from the Catechism of the Catholic Church on The Communion of Saints. [CCC: 946-948]