Peter and Paul

Peter and Paul

Written By: Patricia Everaert, June 29 is the feast day of Sts. Peter and Paul. Between them they established the Holy See in Rome, we have our first Pope in Peter who was given the keys of the kingdom, and because of the zealous work of Paul the Church spread to the...
God’s Warning To America

God’s Warning To America

God’s Warning to America The most clear articulation of the Judeo-Christian position on the USA by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. The world is waiting for Americans to live differently…. Now is the time. We stand at a critical...
The Ache for True Fatherhood

The Ache for True Fatherhood

Written By: Naomi Toms On this day after Father’s Day, and on this feast day of St. Thomas More, a great and courageous father and martyr, I am compelled to say a word or two about our deep and ingrained desire for Fatherhood. Caricatures of fatherhood have...
Stop Being Lukewarm

Stop Being Lukewarm

Written By: David Gilbert The other week we sent an email about living the Gospel radically (I also posted it on our blog here). This email generated quite the response from subscribers. We had several emails thanking us affirming that it was just what they needed to...
Guard Your Heart

Guard Your Heart

Written By: Patricia Everaert As a single Catholic navigating my way through relationships with the hope of finding someone to call home, I often hear this advice: guard your heart. Last time here on Serviam Ministries I wrote about the gift of receptivity, which is,...
Recognizing the Body

Recognizing the Body

Written By: Gregory Watson The blessing-cup, which we bless, is it not a sharing in the blood of Christ; and the loaf of bread which we break, is it not a sharing in the body of Christ? (1 Corinthians 10:16) Have you ever stopped to ponder the immense love that Jesus...
Live the Gospel Radically

Live the Gospel Radically

The unfortunate message that comes out of the mainstream media is that radicalization and being an extremist are bad. To discern whether a religion is good you must look at the faithful adherents to the teachings of that religion – the radicals and extremists of that...
The Gift of Receptivity

The Gift of Receptivity

Written By: Patricia Everaert I’ve been thinking a lot about the advice singles often hear: guard your heart. Good advice, and I will write about it later, but that advice has got me thinking about receptivity. Reading Alice von Hildebrand, Edith Stein, Pope St. John...

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