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.


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...]

The Dignity of Every Human Life, Born or Unborn

Every person who’s ever lived still does, somewhere. Therefore, the conception of every human life brings about a person who will never not exist. [Read More...]

Why We Need Faith: Happiness and Freedom

Without self-mastery, you have only frustration. [Read More...]

Scripture Reveals Mary, Mother of God

At the Annunciation Mary became the Mother of the Word incarnate, and at the Visitation, she was first called “Mother of my Lord” by Elizabeth. [Read More...]

What Is Undoing Your Heart? A Spiritual Checkup

If you find your heart restless, unsatisfied, then consider these diagnoses. [Read More...]

Dear Priests, Be Practical and Specific With Us

Pray for all preachers and teachers who have the delicate task of preaching hard truths. [Read More...]