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.


Bold Loyalty: Tolkien’s Call to Catholics in Crisis

In letters from the late 1960s, the Lord of the Rings author addresses the liturgical abuses that followed Vatican II. [Read More...]

Spiritual Lessons From the Grinch

The original Grinch cartoon echoes both St. Teresa of Avila and the Catechism. [Read More...]

Exorcist in the Confessional Saves Porn Addict’s Soul

“Sometimes we need reminders of exactly what happens when God casts out evil.” [Read More...]

Meet the Popes’ Catholic Lit Favorite, Bernanos

The leading light of the 20th century Catholic literary revival had fans in Rome. [Read More...]

Catholic Lit: Dean Koontz Does It Again

The best selling thriller author’s Jane Hawk series is a large-scale defense of the ability to choose meaning and virtue. [Read More...]

Hit Film ‘Searching’: Christian or Anti-Christian?

Spoiler Alert: The ending of the film about a dad searching for his missing daughter has audiences wondering … [Read More...]

Quiet Prayer Taught Me to Face Tinnitus

Spiritual masters say we will never fully win the war against distractions, but we can learn how to let them pass. [Read More...]

Ex Nihil: Forgiving Someone Who Won’t Say ‘Sorry’

Sometimes mercy comes from nothing. [Read More...]