Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Kurt Nagel and Fr. Jeff Lewis to reflect on Matthew’s Gospel account and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s General Audience message on St. Matthew. (Wednesday, 30 August 2006)
In honor of the Feast of the Nativity of Mary, Dr. Tom Curran prays a Rosary meditating on the five sorrowful mysteries. Tom shares reflections on sins of omission, praying for those near death, supernatural family planning and the birthday of Our Lady.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Kurt Nagel and Fr. Jeff Lewis to continue their discussion on reflections from writings by St. Augustine on topics, such as: discernment, hopelessness, God’s permissive will, and more.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the “super-human” gifts of Pope Saint Gregory the Great. Tom also reads from Ezekiel 33 about the call of the Watchman and talks about the ‘permitted’ wicked ways of our world today.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights from a car ride conversation with his kids about preparing for Confession and Communion. Tom prays the Liturgy of the Hours and reads quotes from Preparation for Death by St. Alphosus De Liguori. Later in the program, Tom references a Sunday homily about the four acts of thanksgiving: adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition.