The Gregorian Blog

Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan and the New Evangelization

In interviews, Jeannie Gaffigan says she and her comedian husband Jim are not trying to evangelize. But in a postmodern secularist world, maybe evangelization has to be indirect. [Read More]

A New Chaplain for the New Year

Fr. Simon Baker begins his Chaplaincy as the new academic year kicks off at Benedictine College. [Read More]

Ashley Madison and the Way of Sin

Before we feel too proud that our names are not on Ashley Madison’s servers, here are lessons we can all learn from the incident. [Read More]

Temporary Success for the Little Sisters of the Poor

Prayers for the Little Sisters of the Poor are working, but we're not through yet. [Read More]

Readings’ Modern Advice to Husbands and Wives

Reflection for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B [Read More]

Catholics, Be Confident

Now is not the time to be embarrassed by the faith. [Read More]

Pope Francis, the Knights of Columbus, and Religious Freedom

Pope Francis joins the Knights of Columbus in the fight for religious freedom through prayer. [Read More]

Readings: Reverse the Fall Each Sunday

Reflection on the readings for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B. [Read More]

Leading with Love

Friday Fellows: Gregorian Fellow Molly Minnis on her work as an emergency room nurse. [Read More]

Benedictine College Loses a Great Leader

On August 4, the communities of Benedictine College and Kansas City lost a great everyday Catholic leader. [Read More]

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