The Gregorian Blog

Is Christ the Absent King?

If so, let's be Robin Hood ... [Read More]

Let’s Rise Up in the Empire’s Ruins Again

When the Roman Empire entered the “dark ages” Catholics guarded the light of Christ in monasteries, homes, schools and churches and re-established civilization. [Read More]

It Is Right to Call Them Heroes

This Veterans Day, it is okay to question the cheers. It is also okay to cheer. [Read More]

My Mother Taught Me to Hate Death

Suffering is bad. Dying is worse. [Read More]

Portrait Unveiled in St. John Paul II Student Center

President Minnis' remarks Note the Importance of John Paul to Benedictine College [Read More]

John Paul the Prophet and the Family

It is providential that St. John Paul II’s first official “saint’s day,” Oct. 22, came in the wake of the 2014 Synod on the Family. [Read More]

Render Unto Caesar This November 4

There is no good reason not to vote. [Read More]

Love in a Time of Ebola

Ebola’s Heroes Will Do More Good Than They Can Imagine [Read More]

Describing Heaven to Children — and Yourself

Every year our confirmation students tell us that they aren’t looking forward to heaven. It doesn’t sound appealing to them. [Read More]

Mary’s Residence Hall

Our Lady of Guadalupe Hall, Statue Blessed along with St. Juan Diego Chapel [Read More]

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