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.


Corpus Christi: Taking the Body of Christ to the Streets in 21st Century America

By Dr. Frank Kessler | Dr. Kessler is a professor of Political Science at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. The “Fortnight of Freedom” has begun. Each year for the last three years, […]

After the Fortnight, Freedom Fight Goes On

Click here for all Fortnight for Freedom posts. These include: Day 1, Intro: We’re in God’s Hands Now Day 2: Seven Reasons to Go to Sunday Mass Day 3: Seven Reasons to […]

America’s Future Depends on Catholics

 Convocation flag blessing at Benedictine College. Fortnight For Freedom Day 14, July 4 The promise of the Declaration of Independence has never quite been fulfilled. But it can be, if religious people […]

Threat to Liberty is an Opportunity for Unity

At the end of the Old Testament story of Joseph, the patriarch tells his brothers, who had sold him into slavery out of jealousy for their father’s love, that their actions did […]

Keep Praying for Religious Freedom

Click “Memorare Army” in the menu to join the prayer campaign. Keep Praying for Religious Freedom July 03, 2012 by Tom Hoopes When news came that the Health and Human Services mandate […]

Train New Catholic Leaders

 Robert P. George answers Gregorian Fellows’ questions. We are presenting daily suggestions on how to promote Catholic identity in public life. Today: Train the young. Yesterday, I wrote about the education the […]

Promote Catholic Higher Education

 St. Benedict Hall at Benedictine College. My experience has convinced me that projects like the Gregorian Institute are key to the future of the Church. If you want to change lives forever, […]

Celebrate Catholic Identity in Public Life

American Catholics have too often fallen into a self-defeating pattern. Call it the ghetto syndrome. The ghetto syndrome started years before the ghetto, in 1634 when Cecil Calvert’s Catholic settlers headed to […]