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.


Discipleship and Citizenship in Catholic Higher Education

TRANSFORMING CULTURE: A Catholic college should shape the world with Gospel truths and values in dialog with a pluralistic society. [Read More...]

Do Not Fear the Storm

Life always prevails over death; love always prevails over hatred, goodness over evil, and truth over lies and confusion. [Read More...]

A Religious People From the Beginning

Hobby Lobby took out a full page ad on the Fourth of July in the Kansas City Star and other major papers. [Read More...]

An American Victory: The Cross Stays Standing

The Supreme Court Justices, whom Neil Gorsuch compares to umpires at a ball game, did right to uphold Maryland’s religious freedom. [Read More...]

Stop Abortion Lawmakers: What Parishes and Parishioners Can Do

The institutional Church needs to stop hushing itself into silence and shackling the pro-life political efforts of the faithful. [Read More...]

St. Matthew and the Myth of the Dark Ages

Rodney Stark’s new book on anti-Catholic history cites the total bias of calling the 4th to the 14th centuries the Dark Ages. [Read More...]

Mourn Them, Defend Them, Champion Their Cause

To commemorate today’s feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, words given at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Bonner Springs. [Read More...]

What Greatness Demands

Greatness is a life fully lived, with both successes and failures, ease and difficulties, surprises and disappointments, high energy and exhaustion. [Read More...]