The Gregorian Institute Shield, composed of the crossed gold and silver keys of the Papal Insignia, an open book with the words 'Via Veritas Vita' ('The Way, the Truth, and the Life') written on its pages, three golden six-sided stars on a red banner, and a Germanic cross.


Join Us at America’s Catholic Media Summit

“America’s Catholic Media Summit” will take place Nov. 18 and 19 at Benedictine’s Atchison, Kansas, campus. Vatican journalist John Allen Jr. and EWTN anchor Raymond Arroyo will be on hand, with other leading journalists. [Read More...]

Sunday: After Work, More Work … Then Miracles

This Sunday’s Gospel passage (the 27th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C) is a bit of a “problem text.” Most “problem texts” come down to cultural differences, like when Jesus tells Mary, [Read More...]

Catholics, Let’s Unite Around Pope Francis

The future of the Church depends upon it. My book, What Pope Francis Really Said, has started shipping and not a moment too soon, it seems. The book defends Pope Francis at [Read More...]

Benedictine Joins ‘See You at the Flagpole’ Prayers

Benedictine College is once again asking heaven for help in protecting religious freedom. Students at the Atchison, Kan., campus will join students across the nation in prayer this Wednesday for the annual [Read More...]

VIDEO: Benedictine College Daily Fatima Rosary

This video captures the kick-off of Fatima celebrations at Benedictine College. Commencement Day for the college this school year is May 13, 2017, the day that marks the 100-year anniversary of the [Read More...]

Sunday: Are We the Rich Man?

This story should hit home: Many Americans are also obsessed with what they wear and eat. Meanwhile, much of the world lives in poverty. [Read More...]

Seminarian Hero: Pride of Catholic Kansas

Where would you expect great Christian fruits to come from, if not a state that is simultaneously No. 1 in Mass attendance and No. 50 in tourism? [Read More...]

Vatican Stem-Cell Expert Joins Campus ‘Century of Science’

The Vatican is “searching for discoveries in natural sciences, from cosmology to genetics, trying to figure out what impact, on a medium or long term basis, they will have.” [Read More...]

Sunday: Jesus Tells a Tall Tale

What does Jesus mean by the parable of the Unjust Steward? Here is one interpretation some scholars make. [Read More...]

After the Election, Catholics’ Work Begins

We will have to do the hardest thing anyone ever has to do: Fight hard when you know you’re going to lose. [Read More...]

Benedictine Enters ‘U.S. News’ Top 15

College ranks in U.S. News & World Report, but the Newman Guide, Nursing Schools Almanac and Best Great Books Programs in Best College Reviews. [Read More...]

Remember the Catholic Heroes of 9/11

Let what they did never be forgotten. Here are a few of the many Catholic heroes of 9/11. [Read More...]

Sunday: Imitate the Catholics of 9/11

Fifteen years later, the most important lessons the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks teach us are not about the potential evil militant Islam: They are about the potential goodness of American Catholics. [Read More...]

Swing! The Slow Ball God Pitched Our Generation

Even secular sources are seeing the truth of what the Church teaches. [Read More...]

For Fatima’s 100th, a Daily Campus Rosary … and More

September 8 Begins Benedictine College’s Yearlong Marian Celebration … [Read More...]

Classical Education Test and Courses Make Benedictine a ‘Key Player’

Reaching students through the timeless truths and enduring works of Western Civilization. [Read More...]

The Urgent Importance of Mother Teresa’s Canonization

God chose exactly this moment to send us this particular saint. [Read More...]

Sunday: Imitating Mary’s Relationship With God

This Sunday, the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C, the readings call us to a new relationship with God. In the Gospel, Jesus says that our relationship with him is more [Read More...]

Mother Teresa’s Marriage Advice

The lessons she shared in her letter came from her own life. [Read More...]

Hoping for a Faith-Filled ‘Fun Read’ Revolution …

I hope writers don’t take Raymond Arroyo’s advice. “Stay in non-fiction if you can, my friend,” he wrote to me in an email, interrupting his work on a third volume in his [Read More...]