The Gregorian Blog

Evaluating Christ as a Boss

It is worth knowing Jesus' expectations, so we can labor for him accordingly. [Read More]

What to do when the world is falling apart

What should a Christian do when the world is sinking into chaos? [Read More]

Suicide and Faith: My Story

Suicide is now the third leading cause of death in people my age. [Read More]

Helen’s Cross Beats Constantine’s

The cross is not a slogan of victory in the sky but a sign of God’s unfailing love her on earth. [Read More]

Grotto CORRECTION and More ...

A misplaced Brother and some well-placed documents .... [Read More]

Five Years Ago: Mary’s Grotto Dedication at Benedictine

Brother Benedict Geist remembers the dedication of Mary's Grotto. [Read More]

Sinners, Sunday’s Gospel and the Pope’s Soup Spoon

A story from the life of St. John Paul II comes to mind with this Sunday’s readings (Sept. 7, the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A) about admonishing the sinner. [Read More]

A Raven Talks Sports at the Vatican

Benedictine College softball player Allison McCormick gave her testimonial in Rome. [Read More]

Beyond Labor Day: How To Be Catholic at Work

looked up saintly advice on how to work better. Here is what I found. [Read More]

It’s George Bailey Sunday

George Bailey from It's a Wonderful Life could relate to this Sunday's readings. [Read More]

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