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.


7 Benedictine Ravens Make Final Vows

Of the 13 sisters taking final vows with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George in Alton, Ill., Aug. 15 seven are former Benedictine College students. Five bishops concelebrated. [Read More...]

Why Be Moral?

By Fr. Matthew Habiger, OSB | A moral theologian, former president of HLI and noted expert on Natural Family Planning, Fr. Habiger is also a monk at St. Benedict’s Abbey in Atchison, [Read More...]

London 2012 Slideshow: The Catholic Olympians

Mariel Zagunis, two-time Olympic gold medalist in fencing, led U.S. athletes in the Parade of Nations. She once said “My faith in God really played an enormous role in my life.” Lopez [Read More...]

Humanae Vitae in 17 Points

On the anniversary of Humanae Vitae, have you read Pope Paul VI’s life-changing encyclical?  Do you have trouble understanding its contents?  Here’s a clear, pithy summary of its salient points: 1.      The [Read More...]

Between Aurora and Littleton: Hope

Blessed John Paul II  delivered these words in 1993 at Denver’s Cherry Creek State Park, located between Littleton and Aurora, Colorado. “This marvelous world — so loved by the Father that he [Read More...]

Pope: We’re Human; We Have to Share Our Faith

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages In a brief excursion outside Rome, the Holy Father today shared a key insight that shows why religious [Read More...]

“Platform” Can Help Gospel “Get Noticed in a Noisy World”

In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI said this to a group of young people:  “I appeal to you:  bear witness to your faith through the digital world … employ these new technologies to [Read More...]

Poetry as Religion

By Dr. George Nicholas Outside my office door there is a poster portrait of John F. Kennedy. His expression is reflective, fingertips raised pensively to his chin, his musing gaze fixed on [Read More...]