What makes a GOOD confession? Dr. Tom Curran explores 16 attributes to confessing well, as proposed by St. Thomas Aquinas in the Summa Theologica. Tom shares stories and examples of how to live a confessional life that is: discrete, voluntary, courageous, and more!
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on the good, happy and sad moments of 2017. The Currans reflect on the act of reflecting, share quotes from saints and give three reasons for a gap in spiritual progress: diversion, distraction, and dispersion.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the axiom made popular by St. Ignatius Loyola: ‘thinking with the church.’ Tom talks about how to foster a Catholic way of relating to the events of the world and explores six rules for thinking with the church.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about the importance of teaching authentic masculinity to young men and explores principles of being a man of God: 1. Will it, 2. Don’t will it alone “Huddle-Up”, 3. Find support, 4. Find encouragement, 5. Find accountability.
Dr. Tom Curran wishes Sound Insight listeners a happy and holy Advent season! Why does Advent begin the new liturgical year? Why is Christmas on December 25th? What does the ‘pink’ candle on the third Sunday in Advent represent? Tom explores these questions and four facets of hope on today’s podcast! He also reads reflections from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and St. Thomas Aquinas.