Dr. Tom Curran warns parents about a new television program marketed toward teenagers and talks about the themes: stewardship and timing. Tom shares a personal testimony of infertility and adoption, connected to, the upcoming Feast Day of Saints Joachim and Anne.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran discuss the gift of God’s Love Letter and hand-written letters from family. Kari talks about her conviction to read more scripture and decision to home-school all their children. Tom continues to give examples of simple acts of reparation and discuss their journey of home-hunting.
Dr. Tom Curran encourages listeners to read the Word of God with their children and reflects on the Parable of the Sower. [Mark 4: 1-9] Tom gives examples of the four different types of soil in every day family life: the path, rocky ground, thorns, and rich soil.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran read and respond to letters from listeners. Kari shares stories about their recent visit to the Spokane area. Tom gives more examples of small acts of reparation, on behalf of one’s family and community.
Dr. Tom Curran shares stories about recovering peace when life is out-of-order. Tom reflects on the intercession of St. Joseph through the five joyful mysteries and explores the theme of spiritual warfare.