What’s the latest news from the battlefront between the culture and the Church? How can I help my kids break-away from the toxic culture? I need an escape from the culture, where can I find peace? How can a hike in the mountains fulfill my desire for more depth in my relationships with God, my spouse and my children? What are the important life lessons today’s culture will not teach (and even destroy) that I need to prioritize? What are some ideas for activities that teach the beauty of arduous goods? How can I position my kids to experience difficulty?
We never made it to the top, but, part of the hike was just seeing how the kids reacted… the grumbling, the headstrong, those who offered to help carry my pack; it was a holy, beautiful, difficult good. -Kari
Experiencing the Transfiguration of the Lord in our lives is the result of being willing to undergo an arduous journey, a journey up the mountain. -Tom
The Currans share 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 testifies to the experience of attending Traditional Latin Mass. Tom talks about the contrast between profundity and intensity.