The Gregorian Blog

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]

Modern Martyrs’ Way of the Cross

Today's persecuted Christians provide a Stations of the Cross. [Read More]

Benedictine Presents New Video and New Scholarships

Call it a “choice school” and a “chosen school.” [Read More]

Are We Really In a Land of Exile?

The readings this Sunday remind me that I have never liked the Hail, Holy Queen prayer. [Read More]

10 Signs the Church Is On the Rise

Christianity is growing ... and changing. [Read More]

The Martyr Heroes ISIS Gave Us

Meet the Egyptian Copts who lost their lives. [Read More]

When God Asks Too Much

“God never gives you more than you can handle,” is one of the most often cited quotes from the Bible that is not actually in the Bible. It is also not exactly true. In fact, God does give us more than we can handle but “with the... [Read More]

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