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. Curran prepares to enter into the Holy Triduum by exploring where Jesus came from and where Jesus is going. Tom reads quotes from The Last Will and Testament of St. Pope John Paul II, from Searching For and Maintaining Peace by Fr. Jacques Philippe and Heart of the World by Hans Urs von Balthasar.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights from St. Pope John Paul II and Hans Urs von Balthasar on how God intends to use YOUR life to be an answer to today’s burning questions. Tom reflects on the message he gave at a recent Lenten Mission and shares stories about the New Evangelization.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran testify to the fruits of witnessing a ‘communion of persons,’ as an act of God’s generosity and mercy. The Currans reflect on the research from The Gottman Institute on “Build Love Maps.” In the final segment, Tom is joined by Bishop Thomas Daly from the Archdiocese of Spokane, WA, to discuss The Eucharistic Family Rosary Crusade.