Dr. Tom Curran explores the theology of Advent and the attitude of silence. Tom shares scripture references and stories from his life about the experience of silence by fasting from distractions.
Dr. Tom Curran shares the theology of Advent and four different dimension of time: waiting, alertness, seeking, and welcoming. Tom also shares a prayer and reflection on forgiveness for those who are a victim of another’s sin.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on themes of the Advent Season by asking the questions: Am I praying more? Am I practicing self-denial? What’s holding me back? Tom reads insights from the Catechism of the Catholic Church on “The fecundity of marriage” and the duty of transmitting human life (CCC:2371) and excerpts from the new book-interview, “The Strength of Vocation: Consecrated Life Today” by Fr. Fernando Prado.
Dr. Tom Curran talks about the Advent-quality of each human being, created with a capacity and desire for God. Tom continues to explore the theme of time, as it relates to the season of Advent.
Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the meaning of the first season of the new liturgical year, Advent. Tom talks about the theme of time: a time of waiting, a time of alertness, a time of seeking, and a time of welcoming.