Dr. Tom Curran discusses the most requested theme he’s asked to teach about, discernment! Tom references scripture and Doctors of the Church to teach listeners how to discern God’s purpose and plan one’s life, marriage and family.
Dr. Tom Curran shares complementary insights from two diocesan priests who have profoundly impacted his life, Fr. Marc Montminy and Fr. Mark Noonan: 1.) praise and silence, 2.) solidarity and solitude, 3.) action and contemplation, 4.) leading and being led, 5.) vision and tradition, 6.) purpose and identity, 7.) healing and learning to live well with one’s brokenness, 8.) gifts and gift, 9.) multiplicity and simplicity, 10.) Mary/Joseph and Bonaventure/St. JPII.
Dr. Tom Curran is inspired by a conversation with his dad about being on a daily routine and teaches on the transcendental properties of being. Tom talks about the importance of having a daily routine, meaningful projects, and rich conversations.
Explore a Catholic perspective on the popular, secular book The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters by Emily Esfahani Smith. Dr. Tom and Kari Curran share faith-filled insights and practical examples to expand-upon the author’s four sources of ‘enduring meaning’: belonging, storytelling, purpose and transcendence.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about how to discern and launch-off into God’s resolution for your family in 2017! Tom shares eight truths that are fostered through family prayer: there is a God, God is interested, God sees us, God has a plan, God communicates His purpose, God takes initiative, God’s grace gives us the capacity to receive Him, and God wills us to collaborate His plan.