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.

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Religious Freedom? Talking Back to Obama at the U.N.

President Barack Obama found himself speaking to the United Nations about religious freedom yesterday. He raised the issue because of the murderous riots in Libya and elsewhere over the weekend. But Catholics [Read More...]

The End of Debate As We Know It?

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages A few months after George W. Bush was elected back in 2000, he met with then-still-President Clinton, who [Read More...]

Replacement Refs and Formation of Conscience

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages The NFL is having referee problems  — and they sound a lot like the problems many consciences are [Read More...]

Lions and Tigers and Judges, Oh My

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages Last week a man jumped into the tiger enclosure at the Bronx Zoo, and the only tiger that [Read More...]

A Must-Read on Religious Freedom

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages He left a partner-track position at a big time Washington, D.C., law firm to work out of a [Read More...]

Catholic Identity Starts in High School

 Minnis called these schools “partners in the Catholic identity project.” Benedictine College president Stephen D. Minnis congratulates 50 high schools recognized today for their Catholic identity. The Honor Roll, which has recognized [Read More...]

The ‘Wife’ Papyrus and the ‘Who’s-to-say?’ Jesus

By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages How often does papyrology (the study of ancient texts written on papyrus) make headlines? Probably about as often [Read More...]

Pope Benedict Gets Real in Lebanon

Benedict XVI was in Lebanon Sept. 14-16 By Dr. Edward Mulholland | Benedictine College Asst. Professor of Classical and Modern Languages He told them to trust God. He told them to guard [Read More...]