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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This Sunday: Jesus, the Cloud, and the Fire

These are the signs of God’s glory and protection. [Read More...]

This Sunday: The Holy Spirit Is Practical, Not Magical

The Catechism spells out the everyday ways the Spirit comes to us daily. [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...]

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...]

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...]

This Sunday: Jesus Brings Trouble. But Then …

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

This Sunday: God Reaches the Out-of-Reach

How do you help someone who does not want to be helped? Or, if we are honest, we can admit that we’re on the other end of the equation, too. [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...]