Dr. Tom Curran interviews Dr. Peter Howard, Founder and Director of Bishop Fulton Sheen Institute, to share prophetic insights from Vulnerable Fulton Sheen. Dr. Howard talks about discerning and responding-to a call to extend the mission of Fulton Sheen to future decades.
Dr. Tom Curran warns parents about a new television program marketed toward teenagers and talks about the themes: stewardship and timing. Tom shares a personal testimony of infertility and adoption, connected to, the upcoming Feast Day of Saints Joachim and Anne.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran share stories about practical examples of encountering the front line of the battle between the cultural tsunami and faith-filled family life. Kari talks about her Mother’s Day hike and Tom talks about the contrast between profundity and intensity.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by his wife, Kari, to share some of their favorite movies and television programs from 2016. Kari remembers Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, past president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. Tom talks about the importance of making an examination of conscience to discern and separate the goods and dangers of accessing media.
“To make an end is to make a beginning” –T.S. Eliot: Dr. Tom Curran honors Poet T.S. Eliot by sharing quotes on a new beginning, home, exploration, contemplation, entertainment and human life. Tom shares his list of ‘2016 favorites’ (movies, books, media, etc.) and anticipates what’s to come in 2017!