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.

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WATCH: Always a Raven

Look back at Benedictine College’s 2017 Commencement via the words of Dr. Edward Mulholland. [Read More...]

Novena: Pray With Mary for a New Pentecost

We have a long history of gathering Memorare Armies to pray for intentions, and now we invite you to pray with us. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus, the Cloud, and the Fire

These are the signs of God’s glory and protection. [Read More...]

5 Reasons Satan is Pornography’s Biggest Fan

The demons’ real target isn’t us … it’s God. [Read More...]

Benedictine Commencement Honors Fatima

May 13, 2017, was Commencement Day at Benedictine College — but also the high point of the college’s year-long celebration of the Fatima Centennial. [Read More...]

31-Year-Old Principal Thanks His Mothers

On May 12, 2017, Benedictine College honored Shane Rapp with the Young Alumni Award, given to graduates under 35. Rapp is the principal of St. James Academy high school in Lenexa, Kansas. [Read More...]

Benedictine Professors Hunt the Noonday Devil

Dr. Stephen Mirarchi speaks about his work on the works of Myles Connolly, an author and a Hollywood screenwriter. [Read More...]

This Sunday: The Holy Spirit Is Practical, Not Magical

The Catechism spells out the everyday ways the Spirit comes to us daily. [Read More...]

Catholicism Better Meets ‘Progressive’ Goals

As today’s progressives turn against their highest ideals, Catholics should step forward and reclaim our issues. [Read More...]

21 Saints You Should be Praying To …

The Communion of Saints is such a robust teaching that it can be overpowering. Worse, we can fall into complacency and miss the prompts God is always sending us. [Read More...]

Author Q&A: ‘In Fatima, It Was All There, Waiting …’

At Aleteia, editor Elizabeth Scalia interviewed Benedictine College Gregorian Institute editorial director Tom Hoopes about his new booklet: The Fatima Family Handbook. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus Is the Native, the Streetlight, and the CEO

What does it mean for the 21st Century that Jesus is “the Way, the Truth and the Life.” [Read More...]

My Personal Fatima Miracle

My Fatima story started on a train and ended on a bus. In between, two miracles changed my life. [Read More...]

‘I Believe in Order to Understand’: Fides et Ratio, Chap. 2

Benedictine College participated May 8 in a panel discussion that was shared on Facebook live by the Never Afraid Foundation, promoting St. John Paul the Great. Benedictine College president Stephen D. Minnis, [Read More...]

Novena to Our Lady of Fatima

Today is Day 1 in the Novena to Our Lady of Fatima. Join us in prayer! [Read More...]

10 Reasons to Love Raymond Arroyo’s ‘Will Wilder’

The Will Wilder series makes great reading for people of all ages. Why? Here are some of the best reasons. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Unlike Any Shepherd, Ever

His shepherd qualities are well known … but more important are the ways he was not like a shepherd at all. [Read More...]

The Three Cs of Fatima That Everyone Forgets

Consoling Jesus, Conversion of Sinners, Consecration [Read More...]

Bishop Barron on the Mission of Every Catholic

“We’ve got to get in the front lines, I mean all of us,” the media-savvy bishop said. [Read More...]

Banquet Celebrates, and Challenges, Gregorian Fellows

Benedictine College’s leadership program bid farewell to an impressive 2017 class April 23 — and gave them marching orders to change the world. The Gregorian Fellows’ Senior Banquet celebrated the success students [Read More...]