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.


Our Lady of the Gospels

On the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, a look at the Gospel passages mentioned in the Hail Mary. [Read More...]

The Mary of the Bible, Part 2: The Coronation

What Catholics believe about Mary — including her Coronation, which we celebrate Aug. 22 — is deeply rooted in Scripture. [Read More...]

The Mary of the Bible, Part 1: The Assumption

What we believe about Mary — including her Assumption into Heaven, celebrated Aug. 15 — is deeply rooted in Scripture. [Read More...]

Corpus Christi: The King(dom) Is Here!

Jesus won’t have one ounce more glory at the end of time than he does right now in the Eucharist. [Read More...]

Plato and Aristotle: Precursors to Christ?

Did God use Pagan ancient philosophers to pave the way for the Gospel? [Read More...]

Did Jesus Wrongly Predict the World’s End?

We need to be more attentive to the first-century meaning of Jesus’ words, and not jump to 21st-century conclusions. [Read More...]

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...]