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.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran confess to having an empty tool box, honking the horn, lacking a bedtime routine, and watching Hallmark movies. Kari reads her favorite poem posted on Mary Grace’s World Race blog, “I Never Knew Jesus had Brown Eyes.” Tom shares insights he’s learned about trauma and trauma-informed care.