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.


Live the Rule: St. Benedict on COVID Care

It is remarkable how well some 6th-century principles can guide us today. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Stop Correcting Jesus

Peter makes a mistake that elicits Jesus’s harshest assessment of anyone in the Bible, and then some of his most iconic advice. [Read More...]

Argue Politics Like a Christian: 7 Rules

The more you love your opponent, the more likely you can win them over. But you can’t fake love. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Flawed Fisherman; Infallible Shepherd

Exactly 150 years ago this summer, the Church spelled out just how far Peter’s authority stretched. [Read More...]

Three Mirrors: Pride, Vanity, and God’s

One mirror makes you glamorous, one makes you grotesque … and one shows just how small (and great!) you are. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Is the Church Too Proud to Beg?

We all have neighbors who are in the thrall of great evil. Do we bring this to Jesus urgently, insistently, refusing to take No for an answer? [Read More...]

Rediscovering the Power of Marital Prayer

Simply as a psychological exercise, out-loud prayer helps. But prayer is far more than a psychological exercise. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Step Out Into the Storm

Waves of persecution and the harsh winds of secularism threaten to crush the Church. When will help arrive? [Read More...]