The Gregorian Blog

Ferguson:  Pope Francis and Javert at the Barricade

This is what relativism looks like on the streets, and it is ugly. [Read More]

Sunday Gospel: We Are the Dogs, Not the Children

Remember that we, too, are Gentiles. [Read More]

Benedictine College Focuses New School Year on Mary

A year after Benedictine College was consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, a Marian devotion continues to flower on campus. [Read More]

Leading Out of Double Darkness

Two Essentials of Catholic Education [Read More]

‘Ora et Labora’ Pays off for Pro-Lifers

Kansas City, Kan., abortion clinic closes. Here is what to do next. [Read More]

God Overfeeds the Multitudes. Do We?

God is so good, we easily forget how good he is. [Read More]

Justice Ginsburg’s Hobby Lobby Dissent:  Questionable Assertions and Flawed Assumptions

The dissenting opinion is strong on rhetoric but weak on logic. [Read More]

Gregorian Fellows: “Leadership Training for Young Catholics”

The National Catholic Register recently published an article on programs that train future leaders, including the Gregorian Fellows. [Read More]

The Four Things You Hear Every Sunday

Here’s a shortcut to understanding the readings at each Mass, as applied to this Sunday’s readings. [Read More]

Ruling: Hobby Lobby Can Have a Conscience

The Supreme Court just threaded the needle on a so-called “Catholic issue.” [Read More]

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