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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7 Leadership Lessons from Lamar Hunt Jr.

For the last class of the year, the Gregorian Fellows’ leadership class traveled to the Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium, where they toured everything from the ninth-story press box to the underground [Read More...]

The Blanford Files: Business as a Vocation

From a regional coffee company to a major international player, Green Mountain Coffee has erupted into the global marketplace thanks to its past president and CEO, Larry Blanford. A lifelong Catholic, Blanford recently [Read More...]

Carolyn Watley: Management in All Things

A 1977 graduate of Benedictine College, Carolyn Watley is the president of CBIZ Benefits and Insurance in Kansas City, where she has been working for 30 years – ever since she graduated [Read More...]

Ryan Anderson: Evangelizing for Religious Liberty

Beginning in 2012, Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., has hosted a symposium on the New Evangelization each spring. As nature rejuvenates, speakers, guests, and Benedictine College religious, faculty, staff, and students all [Read More...]

Air Force One Leadership: Colonel Bradley Hoagland

Colonel Bradley Hoagland is the Commander of the 11th Wing and Joint Base Andrews, Md. He is in charge of 17,000 personnel at the base, and he is the first to greet [Read More...]

Religious Liberty in 14 States

March was a big month for religion – Lent, Holy Week, Easter, religious bombings. But things have been happening in state-level legislature as well: More than a dozen states have seen some [Read More...]

Jim Ferrell’s Infectious Curiosity

Jim Ferrell has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ferrellgas – grown from a private company to the United States’ second-largest propane retailer – since 1965, when he [Read More...]

Michael Drout: The Liberal Arts Come First

The medievalist Michael Drout, Prentice Professor of English and Former Chair of the Department of English at Wheaton College, came to Benedictine College recently to talk with students and faculty about the [Read More...]