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 Narnian and the New Evangelization

By Ron Ratliff | A former Protestant pastor and a scholar who has published works on C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton, Mr. Ratliff entered the Catholic Church at 2011’s Easter vigil. He [Read More...]

Do You Believe Us Now, America?

The pro-life movement has long argued the inextricable link between the right to life and the other two rights affirmed in our Declaration of Independence.  There is a reason, we have argued, [Read More...]

We’re Not Called Hunters of Men, But Fishers

Why the Culture War isn’t won by power, but influence. There is a reason that Jesus didn’t call his disciples hunters of men, but fishers. As the Catholic Church experiences increasing persecution [Read More...]

American Catholic Hall of Fame: Sports Figures

Knute Rockne (1888-1931) is regarded as one of the greatest coaches in college football history, who helped shape the game as we know it. He was impressed with his players’ devotion and [Read More...]

Slideshow, Podcast: Monks and Students Journey for Life

Monks meet for Benedictine College’s epic March for Life journey. Benedictine College President Stephen D. Minnis marches for life every year. Benedictine College provided marchers with rally towels. After 36 hours on [Read More...]

Training Missionaries

 A Benedictine ‘Raven’ soccer missionary. If the Gregorian Institute promotes Catholic identity in public life, a new Benedictine College initiative promotes the number of places to keep your Catholic identity in. On [Read More...]

The Church is Not a Building? Catholicism, Sacred Place and Storied Architecture

by VAUGHN KOHLER Our college’s founding monks first built a beautiful church. Growing up an evangelical Protestant, I always heard people say, “the church is not a building.” True enough: the Church [Read More...]

How the Church Fathers Can Help Us Engage the Culture for Christ

 By Dr. Jamie Blosser Origen (185-254) I have been asked to ponder the question of what advice might be given by the Fathers of the Church to our present challenge, i.e. to [Read More...]