The Gregorian Speech Digest

The Gregorian is a free speech digest published by The Gregorian Institute at Benedictine College, Kansas. Each issue of the publication brings you speeches by noted speakers from events hosted by The Gregorian Institute.  Subscriptions to The Gregorian speech digest are free. Why not take a moment to order now by filling out the form on the right?

What you will find in The Gregorian:

The crisis of our day is the separation of faith from public life. We bring you crucial speeches from the world’s most inspiring figures, who bring Faith and Reason to bear on the critical issues that confront our country and our world. Faith, politics, business, social policy, science, technology, the environment – you’ll find the entire range of human experience reflected in The Gregorian. And it is brought to you FREE by Benedictine College.

Published by The Gregorian Institute at Benedictine College, Kansas.

The Gregorian is a project of Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. With 150 years roots in the Midwest, we have become a national success story because of our fidelity to the Magisterium and our mission of dynamic community, thriving faith and inspiring scholarship. The Cardinal Newman Society, First Things and U.S. News & World Report all call Benedictine College one of America’s best universities.

Past Speeches

Jim Towey

What Can Mother Teresa Teach the Academy?

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn
Pope Benedict, Regensburg, and the Controversy of Creation and Evolution 

Father Robert Spitzer, S.J.
Evidence of Creation and Supernatural Intelligence in Big-Bang Cosmology

Dr. Robert George, Ph.D.,
The Life of Faith and the Moral Life

Dr. Kimberly Shankman
Reason, Truth, and Democracy: The Enlightenment and its Alternatives

Immaculée Ilibagiza
A Witness to Mercy

Paul Ryan
Free Enterprise, Faith, and the Common Good

George Weigel
Defending Religious Freedom in Full: A Generation's Challenge

Fr. Michael Gaitley, M.I.C.
Consecration to Mary: Key to the Future

Sister Veronica Daniels, O.S.B.
As Mother Lay Dying

Gov. Sam Brownback
The Wisdom of Mother Teresa