Dr. Tom Curran continues to discuss how to develop one’s spiritual life by focusing on the power of silence. Tom talks about the call to be a witness, reveals a ‘first-time’ confession, repents to compromising in faith, and tells the story of an uncomfortable conversation.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Bishop Thomas Daly, of the Spokane Diocese, about the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the Year of the Eucharist, Catholic education, and the call of local bishops to vote reject on R-90. Tom also interviews Matt Weller, parent at St. Charles Catholic in Spokane, to testify to the fruits of a Classical Liberal Arts approach to Catholic education.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Dave Lucas, a Catholic candidate for 3rd District Representative in Washington State, about hot topic issues on the upcoming election ballot. Later in the program, Tom interviews Mark Miloscia, Executive Director of Family Policy Institute of Washington, to discuss the current political environment, the first presidential debate and the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.
Dr. Tom Curran contrasts the city of God vs. the city of man and reflects on what it means to be a faith-filled citizen. Tom references a scene from the movie, To Kill a Mockingbird, and asks: who is going to stand with the innocent?
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Monday Cohosts Fr. Kurt Nagel, Fr. Jim Northrop and Fr. Jeff Lewis to give updates on Referendum 90 and ‘re-opening’ churches. Later in the program, today’s priests share reflections on this week leading up to Pentecost Sunday.