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.


What to Give Up for Lent? Some Ideas

Giving something up for Lent has a long tradition in the Church — with Benedictine roots. [Read More...]

Yes, Ms. Congresswoman. It Is Okay To Have Kids

In fact, it is more than okay. It is the answer to what ails us … [Read More...]

This Sunday, End Your Spiritual Blindness

We are going through the motions of life and headed for disaster. But Lent is coming, just in time. [Read More...]

Members of Congress Warn, Vote Against Infanticide

The media has not covered it much, but lawmakers see the need to outlaw “born-alive abortion.” [Read More...]

What Catholic Families Say at Dinner

I asked a group of Catholic moms and dads with families of various sizes how they structure their dinner conversations. [Read More...]

The Church’s Real Story Is Service — Not Abuse

Ultimately, there is only one response to the scandals: Catholic witnesses. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Love Like a Loser

At Mass, hear Jesus Christ give the secret to successful living. [Read More...]

What (Soon-to-Be) St. Newman Taught Me

My family has always had extreme reactions to the British cardinal … [Read More...]