A Little Quote for Lent

During Lent I find that I can use daily doses of inspiration to keep me focused and motivated. Here’s a wonderful quote from Fr. Gary Caster about keeping one’s prayer life honest and healthy: “One measure of a healthy life of prayer is that it never seeks a sign. Prayer should never be an effort to...

Fear or Faith?

There’s an old story about a Cherokee elder and his grandson. He told his grandson all humans have an inner battle between two wolves: Fear and Faith. The grandson listened and sat quietly for a few moments, thinking. Then he asked the old man, “Which wolf wins?” His grandfather replied,...

Questions? Fr. John has answers!

If you’re looking for real answers to questions about prayer, spiritual growth, living in the world today, overcoming sin, and the distinctiveness of the Catholic faith, a recent title from Servant, Answers by Father John Bartunek, will speak to your soul and touch your heart. Fr. John is one of...

A Miraculous Medal Story

The Miraculous Medal: Stories, Prayers, and Devotions by Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle is one of our favorite titles here at Servant. It’s also a book that finds its way into the hands of a wide variety of readers. Here’s just one example, shared with me by Donna-Marie: The past three years...

The Power of Gratitude

Some days things just seem to be out of sync — disappointing news, difficulties with family or colleagues, feelings of sluggishness or exhaustion. Sometimes there’s a stretch of days like this. My week started out this way, and I soon had a little litany of misery, small and not-so-small...

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