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.


The Power of St. Ambrose’s Milan

December 7 is a good day to recall that the conversion stories of St. Augustine, St. John Henry Newman and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton all began in the same region. [Read More...]

This Sunday, the Radical Meaning of Christmas

Does the prospect of Christ’s coming make us feel an overwhelming need to change our hearts, or does it reassure us that everything is okay? [Read More...]

Evangelize Like Lives Are at Stake, Because They Are

Spread the faith because it’s true. But do it urgently, because without the faith, community dies, and deaths of despair skyrocket. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Wake Up From Your Christmas Dream

The First Sunday of Advent is a great time to contrast the culture’s Christmas Season and the Church’s. [Read More...]

A Catholic Prayer for Thanksgiving Dinner

‘Thank you for this turkey, a symbol of your providence …’ [Read More...]

Is the Faith of Kanye West for Real?

Though the hip-hop artist’s work remains problematic, it may do great good. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Christ the King-Maker

Our lives can seem like useless failures. So did the cross … [Read More...]

Connect or Collapse: 10 Timothy Carney Quotes

How to Transform Culture in America? Through community, faith, and scholarship, says author of important new book. [Read More...]