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.


Novel Approach: Hawthorne’s Works of Mercy

He was the father of a Catholic nun and was himself a deep thinker on matters of the spirit. [Read More...]

Home-Schooling Goes Global

Several research articles show reasoned support in academia for homeschooling around the world. [Read More...]

Keep the Noonday Devil Out of Your Marriage

Benedictine abbot Jean-Charles Nault’s book ‘The Noonday Devil’ identifies several ways acedia can infiltrate marriage. [Read More...]

These Popes’ Advice: Read Dante

While each pontiff has a distinct appreciation for Dante, here are a few reasons modern popes have held in common in their love of the supreme poet. [Read More...]

The True Grit of Early U.S. Catholicism

Here are some samples from a Catechism that prove Catholics of 1798 would wipe the floor with our souls. [Read More...]

Recent Popes’ Favorite Poets

Popes from Pius XII to Francis have quoted some little-known greats. [Read More...]

The Silent Catholic? Dean Koontz’s New Bestseller

In “The Silent Corner,” Dean Koontz paints a terrifying vision of ideological terrorism that aims at a fate worse than death. [Read More...]

Greatest Poet Ever? 12 St. Ephrem Quotes

St. Ephrem the Syrian was a master poet, such that the beauty and skill of his Syriac verse is still studied in academic circles. [Read More...]