The Gregorian Blog

VIDEO: Secret Santa Visits Benedictine College

On the first day of the Christmas Novena, Benedictine College released its annual Christmas video. [Read More]

The Christmas Novena Begins Today

Time to pray with increased intensity to prepare for the Nativity of the Lord Jesus. [Read More]

‘What Sort of Person Ought You Be’?

St. Peter asks a key question in the second reading on this Second Sunday in Advent (Year B) [Read More]

Freezing in a Tent ... For Life

“You were not made for comfort,” said Pope Benedict. “You were made for greatness.” [Read More]

Keep Advent – Before It Is Too Late

We keep praying he will come. What if he actually does? [Read More]

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]

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