Dr. Tom and Kari Curran anticipate Mother’s Day weekend and continue to discuss the battle against the cultural tsunami. Tom discerns a new approach to fatherhood. Kari reflects on motherhood as often ‘caught, not taught.’
Dr. Tom Curran begins the first full week of Lent by talking about the need for fresh bread and the intercession of guardian angels. Tom share stories about re-discovering hidden treasures, being caught ‘off-guard’, and experiencing interior humiliation.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran anticipate a special birthday, the upcoming season of Lent, and a fast approaching Tsunami. Tom explores the definition of a leader and the impact of a lack of fatherhood. Kari talks about the heart of a mother to suffer, on behalf of her children.
Dr. Tom Curran ponders the questions: How did the priests and bishops involved in the unfolding sexual assault scandal get into positions of leadership? And, why haven’t more bishops taken strong action against it? Tom talks about three types of leaders: catalyst, organizer, and operator.
Dr. Tom Curran continues to discuss the gift of reflective journaling, focusing on the call of a father to lead, provide and protect. Tom talks about the ‘lost art’ of fostering silence, wonder and encounter.