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.


The Tears of Peter and the Despair of Judas

After he was called to be an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Judas betrayed his friend, Lord and Savior. Then, it got worse. [Read More...]

C.S. Lewis: Love Is the Key to Humility

Pride and vanity are restrictive, turning us inward — ultimately making us sad, insecure, and restless. Humility is expansive. [Read More...]

The Pain That Leads to Sin Can Lead to Holiness

Nothing brings us to despair faster than a sense of meaninglessness, a lack of purpose in our lives. [Read More...]

Ash Wednesday Lessons From Genesis

Where are we “lingering” in our old life and holding back in our conversion to Christ? [Read More...]

Romance and Sacrifice: How Men and Women Love

“Introduce love into love,” said John Paul II. What did he mean? [Read More...]

How Do We Know Jesus Is God?

Some claim that Jesus never even said he was divine. Did he? How else do we know? [Read More...]

Modesty: In Scripture and in Life

How can we help to foster a civilization of love based upon the inherent dignity of the person? [Read More...]

The Catholic Principles That Define Who You Are

Soul and body are absolutely one. This teaching has direct consequences in many of the hot-button questions of our day. [Read More...]