Dr. Tom Curran and Fr. Kurt Nagel reflect on the Advent Season, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary and solutions to the question: What should someone do if a loved one falls away from their faith?
Dr. Tom Curran shares the theology of Advent and four different dimension of time: waiting, alertness, seeking, and welcoming. Tom also shares a prayer and reflection on forgiveness for those who are a victim of another’s sin.
Dr. Tom Curran shares several ‘new perspectives’ he’s gained in these first few days of the new liturgical year. Tom talks about divine healing of dislocation, the Jesse Tree, the process of turning coal onto diamonds, and the consequence of contraception in marriage.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights and stories about the final week of the liturgical year and the theology of the ‘Final Things’. Tom talks about what he is grateful for, references The Judgment of the Nations (Matthew 25: 31-46) and reads the latest update from Mary Grace on her experience in Guatemala on The World Race.
Dr. Tom Curran addresses the questions: What’s the big deal about sin? and, How can the laity respond to sin in the Church? Tom references teachings written in the Catechism of the Catholic Church on The Dignity of the Human Person: The Proliferation of Sin and Pope John Paul II’s three levels of operating in the world 1.) Awareness, 2.) Attitude, and 3.) Action.