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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Gregorian Fellows, Contemplatives in the Heart of the World

Mother Teresa’s answer to a culture that lost its way: “If we are contemplatives in the heart of the world with all its problems, these problems can never discourage us.” [Read More...]

This Sunday: This is Exactly How Jesus Meets Us

This Sunday’s Gospel (Third Sunday of Easter, Year A) tells the story about the appearance of Jesus on the road to Emmaus. This appearance is a model of our own way of [Read More...]

Newman Guide Recommends Benedictine College

Benedictine College has had 19 straight years of enrollment growth and opened 10 new residence halls and three new academic buildings in a decade. [Read More...]

To My Daughter, Now a Mom

Now it’s your turn to pass on a Catholic culture. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Mercy, John Paul, and the Beggar Priest

“My son, once a priest, always a priest. We are all beggars,” said the Pope. [Read More...]

Life Is Hard. Then Comes Easter …

The Church shouts at us every Easter: We have nothing to fear from the future, because we know it is in good hands — God’s hands. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Easter Started This. And This. And …

We hear the consequences of Easter all year long, but it might be helpful to zero in on three of them, just as a quick refresher. http://www.thegregorian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/abbey-easter.jpg [Read More...]

Holy Saturday Spiritual Reading: Jesus Descends

This traditional reading comes from an ancient homily for the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday … [Read More...]

Divine Mercy Novena (Starts Good Friday)

When Jesus appeared to St. Faustina, he asked that a novena be prayed to him every year asking for his merciful love. [Read More...]

Play-acting Holy Week Events, or Re-living Them?

Why do we pretend things that happened a long, long time ago are happening right now? I brought my question to the Theology floor at Benedictine College. [Read More...]

Raymond Arroyo on Campus April 17

See the EWTN host and children’s author at 7:00 pm in the Ferrell Academic Center. [Read More...]

VIDEO: A Catholic Perspective on the Supreme Court and the Senate

Constitutional Law expert on the Judge Gorsuch vote. [Read More...]

VIDEO: Rod Dreher’s ‘Benedictine College Option’

Author Rod Dreher was impressed with Benedictine College and very graciously shared his impressions. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Watch How a King Dies

From the start, Jesus is a great king entering into Jerusalem in a regal way. Things will change quickly once he gets there, as we know. But his demeanor won’t change. [Read More...]

Let’s Use the Benedict Option to Win

Rod Dreher’s book is a great handbook on building a Christian life in hostile territory. We know what we must do … [Read More...]

Benedictine Symposium on the “Benedict Option”

Rod Dreher was the first keynote of the conference, followed by three keynotes who referenced his work. [Read More...]

Christopher West Features Benedictine College Artist

After he left, West created two videos describing a Benedictine College art major’s project in Benedictine College’s art gallery. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus Answers Big Questions

The Gospels answer key questions about our lives. Here are some of the questions the raising of Lazarus answers. [Read More...]

Dear Dad, The Kids Are Watching You …

More words of encouragement to pray anyways. Our children will tend to imitate us. For better – or worse. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus Brings Trouble. But Then …

When God comes into one’s life, hardship follows, but with great reward? [Read More...]