Dr. Tom Curran reads insights from St. Pope John Paul II and explores texts from the private diaries of St. Faustina on the Divine Mercy Message. Tom talks about the call (and challenge) to enhance and advance God’s message of mercy into the world today.
Happy Lent! Dr. Tom Curran compares and contrasts the discipline of Ash Wednesday with the celebration of St. Valentine’s Day. Tom shares stories about the ‘Valentines’ in his life and differentiates between what satisfies vs. what sustains.
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 ‘googled’ top 10 tips to loving your wife well and revised his own list to help couples grow in their vocation of sacramental marriage. Tom encourages men to ‘know their wives’ and gives tips to help men adjust the list to fit the love language of their brides!
Dr. Tom Curran gets ‘back to basics’ by sharing several insights and tips to help listeners get launched into prayer. Tom explores three expressions for a morning offering and three ways to relate to Scripture: 1. As a study, 2. As an application, and 3. As an encounter with the Author.
3 Expressions for Morning Offering:
- “Lord, You are God and I am not.”
- “Lord, this is my heart’s desire.”
- “Shepherd me Lord today, and I will follow.”