Dr. Tom Curran reflects on insights from a recent men’s retreat and shares a practical story about existing as “a man with a withered hand.” [Mark 3:3] Tom confesses to areas of weakness in his life and differentiates the concepts of believing in God vs. “Life is Christ.” [Phil 1:21]
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 Curran shares stories and examples on the call of discipleship: discern and obey. Tom says a prayer for desperate parents of troubled teenagers and talks about his newly-discerned action to teach about the reality of hell.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the ‘New Meta’ from 2018 and asks the question: what’s that all about? Tom talks about his top 10 insights from the past year: 1.) Same Game, new rules 2.) Out of the home, in my heart, 3.) Same kids, new parenting 4.) “Lord, meet me as the storm”, 5.) praise-worthy desperation, 6.) Same sound, new language, 7.) Silence is agreement, waiting is abusing, 8.) Trauma-informed care, 9.) Secondary trauma, and 10.) The power of praying a full Rosary.
Dr. Tom Curran Interviews Fr. Jim Lee, Pastor of St. Michael Parish in Olympia, Wa, to discuss the re-dedication of St. Michael Church and his recent ALS diagnosis. Later in the program, Tom reflects on Veterans Day.