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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Benedictine Science Greatness

Many of history’s scientific progress were not just made by Catholics, but in many cases by priests, some by Benedictines. [Read More...]

Sunday: Advent — The Long Wait Before the Unwrapping

Life is about waiting … but only because the waiting will end. [Read More...]

The Effect Pope Francis Has Had

If Pope Francis sometimes irks the intellect, he sparks the will: Catholics are doing more for others. [Read More...]

Family Activities: Advent Gift Box and More

Practical ways to make the season count. [Read More...]

This Sunday: If You Think This Gospel Is About Someone Else, It Is About You

This Advent, check to see if the objective facts in your life tell the same story you have been telling yourself. [Read More...]

PHOTOS: What Benedictine College Is Thankful for in 2016

Happy Thanksgiving! Benedictine College has much to be grateful for already this school year … [Read More...]

What Next? 3 Popes’ Political Principles

John Paul, Benedict and Francis explain how Catholic social teaching can guide us. [Read More...]

Defending the Pope: Ten Quotes From Tom Hoopes

Is the Pope Catholic? Answering common concerns about Francis … [Read More...]

This Sunday: Christ the King’s Throne, Crown and Court

Jesus Christ in this Sunday’s readings (Feast of Christ the King, Year C) turns kingship on its head. [Read More...]

Why Is Pope Francis Ignoring Me?

Maybe Francis is doing what Jesus said – leaving the 99 sheep behind to seek the one sheep who is lost. [Read More...]

Christ the King Eucharistic Procession

What would you do if Jesus Christ was passing by? Benedictine students will find out Sunday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. … [Read More...]

Benedictine College Community Touched by Election Prayer Vigil and Fatima Message

The Eucharist and Fatima statue were processed to Mary’s Grotto, and the daily Fatima Rosary was led during adoration, ushering in the final hour the 40 Hour Vigil and closing the polls. [Read More...]

This Sunday: The World Will End … But Not Us

The liturgical year this Sunday definitely ends in a dark mood. [Read More...]

After You Vote, Choose the Francis Option

No matter what the outcome of our Nov. 8 election, Catholics’ job is clear. [Read More...]

Election Day at Benedictine: Pilgrim Statue Joins 40 Hours Vigil

Join our 40 Hour Prayer Vigil on Election Day. Benedictine College is hosting the world-famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima and uniting with St. Benedict’s Abbey for 40 hours Eucharistic Adoration and prayers to Our Lady of Fatima for our country. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Vote Like the Maccabees

The battle is only beginning when you lose. [Read More...]

The Ghosts You Meet on All Saints and All Souls Day

We associate ghosts with Halloween, Oct. 31 — but that’s all wrong. We ought to look for them on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2, the feasts of All Saints and All Souls. [Read More...]

Benedictine College Enthrones Sacred Heart

“This is one of the most important gatherings of our lives,” said President Stephen D. Minnis. “We proclaim Jesus as King who rules over us through love.” [Read More...]

10 Words of Wisdom From a First Amendment Defender

Eddie Greim tells students how he lives out his Catholic identity. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Climb Zacchaeus’s Tree

Maybe we should consider that this tax collector might be our spiritual better. [Read More...]