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.


“This Is the Way; Walk In It.”: Finding the Right Path

The 2020 movie “God’s Fool” is about a young man, who has all he wants, to excess, but finds he needs so much more … [Read More...]

Come Home. We Missed You!

Is someone missing from church, even now that most COVID restrictions have been lifted? Invite them back. [Read More...]

After the Ascension, After Graduation … Now What?

All they could do was stare at the sky, until … [Read More...]

Graduates: Cross the River Too Hard to Cross

The singer Billy Joel could not get across the “River of Dreams.” But you can, class of 2021 … [Read More...]

Engaged: Seeing is Believing … and Loving

How do you know you are ready for a lifetime commitment?  What proof did you need? A ring, The “ask”?  It has to be more than these. [Read More...]

After the Pandemic, a Young Crowd at My Parish

Our pastor wrote in his weekly letter that he was moved to tears by the extraordinary turnout. [Read More...]

‘Witness’ and ‘Conscience’: Our Easter Mission

Our role as Catholics in this fractured world. [Read More...]

Your Prayer for Love Will Be Answered, Just Not How You Thought

In the weeks after Valentine’s Day come the winter blues, especially for those who have no “Valentine” in their life. [Read More...]