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.


Catholic Connections Powered Chiefs in Super Bowl Victory

Neither Chiefs kicker (and altar boy) Harrison Butker, nor Raven priest and Chiefs chaplain Fr. Richard Rocha prayed for a win … [Read More...]

This Sunday, Look to the Consecrated for Hope

A single encounter with Jesus Christ can make a whole life worthwhile. [Read More...]

Where Personal Identity Comes From … and How Gen Z Lost It

Once you know how we form our personal identity, you can understand why Gen Z has to find theirs for themselves … [Read More...]

This Sunday, Sinners in the Kingdom of God

The Church includes the saints in heaven and those suffering in Purgatory. We are the only sinners in the Kingdom of God. [Read More...]

Catholic Families Inspire Random Acts of Charity

Never underestimate the power of the witness of Christian charity — or the attractiveness of Christian family life. [Read More...]

Another Actress’s Story Shows What Real Choice Looks Like

Michelle Williams told the Golden Globes one story about abortion and her career. Olivia Wilde has a better story. [Read More...]

This Sunday, No Greater Joy Than Encountering Jesus

On the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time, Jesus passes by in ordinary life. [Read More...]

What the Luminous Mysteries Mean for Daily life

Ordinary Time means we stop oohing and aahing at the baby Jesus and start following the adult Jesus. We move from the Joyful Mysteries to the Luminous Mysteries. [Read More...]