Dr. Tom Curran shares insights and stories from recent days on topics, such as: praying the Liturgy of the Hours, Year of St. Joseph indulgences, May dedication to Our Blessed Mother, Saturday chores, and playing sports. Tom talks about re-instituting the A-R-C principle to help with Saturday chores.
Dr. Tom Curran “takes a stance toward” scripture to meet God in the now moment. Tom talks about what’s at stake in taking action and what it means to be radically docile.
Dr. Tom Curran celebrates his birthday with listeners by sharing insights from the Office of Readings in the Liturgy of the Hours for nourishment and reflections for the ‘now moment.’ Tom shares a story about what St. Pope Paul VI did on this day in 1964 at the Second Vatican Council.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights from a car ride conversation with his kids about preparing for Confession and Communion. Tom prays the Liturgy of the Hours and reads quotes from Preparation for Death by St. Alphosus De Liguori. Later in the program, Tom references a Sunday homily about the four acts of thanksgiving: adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition.
Dr. Tom Curran shares particular reflections from scripture passages that he’s never shared on Sound Insight before. Tom talks about the call of priests (and all disciples) to be “always on,” to be “fired up,” and to BECOME God’s Word.