Serviam Blog

Writing about faith, life, church, society and everything in between in an unapologetic Catholic perspective with Christ at the centre.
To Whom Shall We Go?

To Whom Shall We Go?

To Whom Shall We Go? Written By: Gregory Watson “Simon Peter answered him, ‘Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life; and we have believed, and have come to know, that you are the Holy One of God’” (John 6:68-69). My last article for Serviam...

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SSPX Sympathizer

SSPX Sympathizer

Written By: Kennedy Hall Speaking about the SSPX among Catholics is like speaking about Donald Trump among, well, almost anyone.  You can never be certain of the reaction you are going to witness.  I have had two very good priests say radically different things to me...

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It’s Not Just A Flag

It’s Not Just A Flag

Written By: Michael Smolders When I see a Nazi flag, I don’t have an emotional response.  However, I do understand that someone of Jewish heritage would react very differently.  The Nazi flag is not just a political symbol, it is an ideological declaration.  It’s fair...

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Consoling the Heart of Jesus

Consoling the Heart of Jesus

Written By: Sandra Walfisz “Behold this Heart which loves so much yet it is so little loved. Is there anyone who will console this Heart? Is there anyone who will be my friend?” (Consoling the Heart of Jesus, pg. 46). When we hear the term "consoling the Heart of...

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The Culture of Death and Ireland

The Culture of Death and Ireland

Written By: Kennedy Hall A couple years ago, when we legalized assisted suicide in our country, I was in a way inspired to write an article that I shared with my religion classes.  I hadn't thought about it in a while, but the recent events in Ireland shook me to my...

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Truth Across The Galaxy

Truth Across The Galaxy

Written By: Michael Smolders The fullness of truth is Jesus Christ personified. The difficulty in explaining this truth lies in the difficulty of explaining who Jesus Christ is. Since Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church are one and the same, the best way to describe...

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The Warrior Princess

The Warrior Princess

Written By: Sandra Walfisz Recently I was showing a few clips from the movie “Wonder Woman” to my young women’s group as we were talking about the topic of how we are also called to be warriors as women. It’s an interesting combination of words if you think about it:...

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Is She Worth Fighting For? Is She Worth Dying For?

Is She Worth Fighting For? Is She Worth Dying For?

Written By: David Gilbert For the past year I have witnessed two of my friends’ divorce (one after only a year and the other after 11 years). Sadly, they are also one of the few of my high-school and university friends that have even chosen to take the noble path of...

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