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.


Raven Learned From Legendary Texas Dealership

FELLOWS FRIDAY: Michael Slaten experienced firsthand what makes Tipton Ford Lincoln a turning point in Nacogdoches history. [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...]

Where Our Cars Take Us

A parade of cars with their own mechanical quirks and shortcomings, some good, some horrible, have all been part of the journey of life with us. [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...]

The Power of Art Comes From God

When artists have true moments of inspiration the Spirit literally breathes into them, writes Benedictine College’s Denis McNamara in Bishop Barron’s journal. [Read More...]

Sunday Verse: He Saved Us…

Pictured: Every year Archbishop Naumann welcomes new Catholics in the Church at the Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.  [Read More...]

Prayer for Putting Away Christmas Decorations

As the Christmas Season ends, we will pack up our Christmas decorations this weekend and pray this prayer. We also print it out and hang it on the attic door. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Allow It Now!

Brother Angelus Atkinson explains why the Baptism of the Lord used to be celebrated on Epiphany, and what John’s words mean for you. [Read More...]

Raven Excels in Community, Faith and Accounting

FELLOWS FRIDAY: Sabrina Poston, who lived the college mission in a number of activities, recently completed an internship with Ernst and Young. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Christmas Moves Into Your Soul

In the Christmas season, the world discovers who Jesus is. At the Baptism of the Lord, we discover who we are. [Read More...]

How to Find Peace, According to Jesus

Make finding peace a New Year resolution. [Read More...]

Be Not Afraid! Two Lives Changed By Sax Solos

When I told my story to the priest, his face went white. “That’s incredible,” he said. “I had a sax solo, too.” Our two solos had very different effects. [Read More...]

Top 10 Gregorian Posts of the Decade

The Gregorian Institute at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, launched in 2011 was publishing stories through most of the twenty-teens. [Read More...]

Sunday Verse: We Have Come…

Pictured: Astronomy student at the Daglen Observatory at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, part of the Vatican Observatory Consortium. [Read More...]

The American Virtues of Elizabeth Ann Seton

Pope Paul VI summed her up when he canonized her in 1975: “Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton is an American.” [Read More...]

Raven Couple Models Race Relations

FELLOWS FRIDAY Recent Benedictine College graduates Elyssa and Evan Bradfield hope to be a witness to a better future for race in America. [Read More...]

This Sunday, We Each Need a Strange Epiphany

The story of Herod, the scribes, the star and the Magi points to the loudspeakers God is using to call us. [Read More...]

Hello Decade, Goodbye Decade

As we launch a decade which has more “hellos” and “goodbyes”, I keep in my heart the prayer the Lord gave to instruct Aaron and his sons. [Read More...]

Christ Warns Against These Rarely Confessed Sins

Here’s a great New Year’s Resolution every Christian needs to make: Attack the sins of omission in your life. [Read More...]

Meet the Two New Monks at St. Benedict’s Abbey

One is a Benedictine College graduate and the other will be taking classes at the college this spring. [Read More...]