What has God resolved to do in your 2019? Dr. Tom Curran reflects on his discerned theme for 2019, the scripture passage: “for the battle is not yours but God’s.” (2Chronicles 20:15) Tom teaches how to discern a call from God and talks about today’s feast days of St. Gregory Nazianzus and St. Basil the Great.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the ‘New Meta’ from 2018 and asks the question: what’s that all about? Tom talks about his top 10 insights from the past year: 1.) Same Game, new rules 2.) Out of the home, in my heart, 3.) Same kids, new parenting 4.) “Lord, meet me as the storm”, 5.) praise-worthy desperation, 6.) Same sound, new language, 7.) Silence is agreement, waiting is abusing, 8.) Trauma-informed care, 9.) Secondary trauma, and 10.) The power of praying a full Rosary.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights on the Christmas season and the feast days of St. John, Holy Innocents, and St. Thomas Becket. Tom reads quotes from an interview with Father Weinandy (NCRegister.com) and anticipates the ‘good, bad and ugly’ themes for the soon-approaching 2019 year.
Dr. Tom Curran shares the theology of Advent and four different dimension of time: waiting, alertness, seeking, and welcoming. Tom also shares a prayer and reflection on forgiveness for those who are a victim of another’s sin.
Dr. Tom Curran shares several ‘new perspectives’ he’s gained in these first few days of the new liturgical year. Tom talks about divine healing of dislocation, the Jesse Tree, the process of turning coal onto diamonds, and the consequence of contraception in marriage.