The Gregorian Blog

Where to Find the 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit

The gifts can be baffling, all sounding like different ways of saying the same thing. [Read More]

The Da Vinci Fail: 8 New Movies About Jesus

Never believe rumors of Jesus’ death. He is alive and well — and coming soon to a theater near you. [Read More]

12 Good Movie Priests in Last 4 Years. Why?

I counted up priest portrayals in movies and soon had a list of 20 positive priest portrayals since 2000. Then I noticed 15 of them were from the past 10 years. And then .... [Read More]

A Campus Where Faith and Reason Meet

Archbishop Joseph Naumann’s Homily at Benedictine College’s Baccalaureate Mass, May 15, 2015. [Read More]

Courage and Faith on the Commencement Stage

When Kristen Adlhoch walked across the stage, the crowd erupted. [Read More]

Readings: Stop Thinking of Life as School

School takes up a huge portion of our childhood and early adulthood and so becomes a dominant metaphor in our life. [Read More]

America’s Catholic College Revolution

Eight new “Catholic identity schools” since 2000 as dozens more renew themselves [Read More]

This Sunday, Good Is More Interesting Than Evil

The truth is, evil is more banal than good, the virtuous are more complex than sinners who have abandoned themselves to their sin, and goodness is in the end more fascinating than evil. [Read More]

Divine Mercy Novena Starts Good Friday

The Divine Mercy Novena runs from Good Friday to the Vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday (Easter Sunday II). [Read More]

Honor St. John Paul’s Dying Wishes

Ten years after his April 2, 2005, death, St. John Paul II continues to have a profound effect on the Church. [Read More]

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