Dr. Tom Curran continues to explore the gift of silence, highlighting the insight that “one doesn’t master silence, one is mastered by silence.” Tom talks about the benefits to fostering stillness and silence: contemplating form, distinguishing between one and many, finding silence amidst noise, discerning the sign of the times, and communicating through being.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on last Sunday’s Mass readings (Second Sunday of Lent: March 12, 2017) to explore the concepts of discernment and ‘being on a journey.’ Tom talks about what Catholics should expect to experience during Lent by sharing stories about food poisoning, an energy pill and buzzing of flies.
Dr. Tom Curran honors a special birthday by exploring three pearls of wisdom he received about marriage. Tom shares insights from a scripture reflection on The Agony in the Garden (Luke 22: 39-46) about the humanity and divinity of Jesus and the distinction between trials and temptations; as cross-referenced in the Catechism of the Catholic Church [CCC:2846]
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by a special guest to discuss the gift of faith passed on through generations. Tom reads passages from the Book of Proverbs that he has underlined in his Bible. In the final segment, Tom shares one more insight written in Temptation and Discernment by Segundo Galilea about how God is involved in the details of our lives.