Dr. Tom Curran encourages listeners with good news and stories from the March for Life. Tom continues to help listeners discern God’s resolution for 2019 and prays with listeners for an increase of faith, hope and love.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the gift of life and the meaning of the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. Tom shares the story about the mystery of how God grew the Curran family through infertility, miscarriage, births and adoption.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on themes of the Advent Season by asking the questions: Am I praying more? Am I practicing self-denial? What’s holding me back? Tom reads insights from the Catechism of the Catholic Church on “The fecundity of marriage” and the duty of transmitting human life (CCC:2371) and excerpts from the new book-interview, “The Strength of Vocation: Consecrated Life Today” by Fr. Fernando Prado.
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.
Dr. Tom Curran explores the adoptive-quality of Christian life, shares his family’s adoption testimony and reflects on the article “The Top 10 Reasons You Should Choose To Adopt,” by Mike Berry. (Confessions of an Adoptive Parent)