The Gregorian Blog

Remembering Fr. Gerard, a Kansas Shepherd With the ‘Odor of the Sheep’

“This I ask you: be shepherds, with the ‘odor of the sheep,’ make it real, as shepherds among your flock, fishers of men.” -Pope Francis [Read More]

The Life and Legacy of a Professor, Monk and President

Benedictine College Mourns the Loss of Fr. Gerard Senecal ( July 27, 1929-Jan. 19, 2015) [Read More]

Father Gerard Senecal: A Kansas Shepherd

Fr. Gerard Senecal has passed away. He had suffered a stroke. Here we re-post an essay from June, 2013. [Read More]

This Sunday: The Church’s Step by Step Vocation Guide

This Sunday (the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B) provides practical advice for young people discerning a vocation. It comes just in time for the March for Life, too, when young people around the country sacrifice their time and comfort to stand up for life. Take the readings in... [Read More]

Our Four Versions of Jesus vs. the Real One

“Without the Church, Jesus would be at the mercy of our imagination, our interpretations, our moods" ... [Read More]

The Death of a Man of Mercy

“We’re meeting at the Connor’s at 7 o’clock for pot luck.” [Read More]

The Magi, Models for Misfits

The Magi sometimes seem out of place, a strange intrusion into the Gospel from a foreign place. But don't we all? [Read More]

A Priest Forever: Fr. Bruce, R.I.P.

Fr. Bruce Swift (Dec. 17, 1932-Dec. 25, 2014) [Read More]

What the Four Joys of Christmas Say About Us

There are four principle joys of Christmas — and they aren't confined to one day. [Read More]

The Advent of God the Storyteller

The Advent and Christmas seasons teach us that God loves a great story. [Read More]

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