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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Fours Years into the Papacy …

It’s an irresistible question to ask if Pope Francis would be re-elected were he a president on the four-year anniversary of Pope Francis’ March 13, 2013 election. [Read More...]

Ways of the Cross: Fatima, Modern Martyrs and Passion Stations

The Gregorian Institute offers the following three Stations of the Cross for your use … now with art added accompanying each station. [Read More...]

From Basketball to Belize: Magazine Features Another Raven Vocation

The picture of Sister Albers used by Columbia magazine was taken at Mary’s Grotto at Benedictine College. [Read More...]

International Women’s Day: Why This Woman Showed Up for Work

I think this is a more fitting tribute to the value of womankind than staying home from work. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus Begins With the End in Mind

But the end of Lent is not a better me; the end of Lent is a self-emptying of myself into the life of Christ. [Read More...]

4 Reasons to Pray the Rosary … Every. Single. Day.

Benedictine College has taken up the challenge and scheduled a daily Fatima rosary. Shouldn’t you, too? [Read More...]

Stations of the Cross for Sinners

What better way to remember the horror of sin and the beauty of conversion than to meditate on the Passion of Jesus, who died for our sins? [Read More...]

This Sunday: The Temptations of Adam, Eve, and Jesus

What can we learn from the devil’s encounter with Jesus and his encounter with Adam and Eve? [Read More...]

It all Started With an Atheist and a Drumline …

Lauren Benzing told her personal story about transferring from a Division I athlete to Benedictine College. [Read More...]

Turn to Fatima This Lent

The Year of Mercy and the message of Fatima complement each other perfectly. [Read More...]

What to Give Up for Lent? A List

Giving something up for Lent has a long tradition in the Church — with Benedictine roots. [Read More...]

New Evangelization Symposium Coming March 30 – April 1

The 2017 Symposium boasts top Catholic speakers as well as dozens of additional papers and presentations from professors, field professionals, students and clergy. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Don’t Serve the God of Worry

Jesus calls the Christian to a radical simplicity and focus on God. [Read More...]

I Pray My Kids Get Caught

But think of how great this prayer is. Think of the blessings of a child getting caught. [Read More...]

Seven Lessons From Fatima’s Youngest Visionary

Today, we remember the personal holiness of Blessed Jacinta Marto on the anniversary of her death. [Read More...]

Cardinal Burke in Kansas

He even visited a college class that was studying his book … [Read More...]

This Sunday: Wait. Can I Really ‘Be Perfect’?

To tell people “be perfect” is more a mind-control technique than it is a way of life, some say the Gospels claim. [Read More...]

The Latest Pope Francis Furor, In Context …

The danger for critics is that we put our opponent in a box… and stop listening to what they say. [Read More...]

Five Lessons From Super Bowl 2017

Here are five spiritual lessons I want my sons to learn from Super Bowl LI. [Read More...]

Alfa Romeo’s Promise of Absolute Freedom

It invites us to consider, and I hope reconsider, what we were taught about being human. [Read More...]