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.


WATCH: This Sunday, the Litany of ‘Whoevers’

Hating our Father and Mother, but loving God? Father Jay has an explanation of this Sunday’s confusing gospel. [Read More...]

Hard Questions About Jesus

A new book answers tough questions from popular skeptic Bart Ehrman. [Read More...]

King of the Campus: The Sacred Heart and Benedictine College

“This is one of the most important gatherings of our lives,” President Stephen D. Minnis said on Oct. 30, 2016. That was the day the college enthroned the Sacred Heart of Jesus [Read More...]

Connolly’s Noonday Devil: Fiction as Spiritual Reading

Myles Connolly has written a novel-length portrait of the towering strength of a soul whose weakness, in the world’s eyes, is charity. [Read More...]

Dr. Mirarchi and the Noonday Devil

In two recent interviews, Kathryn Jean Lopez probes the meaning and message of Mirarchi’s second annotated Myles Connolly work, Dan England and the Noonday Devil. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Trust Beats Fear

What holds us back the most from reaching our potential and answering God’s call? Joel Haug names the culprit and the answer. [Read More...]

7 American Catholic Growth Trends

What shape will the Church take in the future? It is growing in that direction already. [Read More...]

Fatherless Days? A Week of Catholic ‘Problem Dads’

This Father’s Day is followed by a week of saints from imperfect families. [Read More...]

Room 707: The Last Time I Saw My Father

In advance of Father’s Day, a poem. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Like the Dewfall …

First comes the Holy Spirit, the quiet dew. Then comes the power of God’s word; and then, like the manna, Jesus is there. [Read More...]

Greatest Poet Ever? 12 St. Ephrem Quotes

St. Ephrem the Syrian was a master poet, such that the beauty and skill of his Syriac verse is still studied in academic circles. [Read More...]

‘Tear Down this Wall!’ Speechwriter Coming to Benedictine

Convocation speaker will mark 30th anniversary of historic June 12, 1987, speech. [Read More...]

‘Michael Richard Christopher’ Pence Steals the Show at Catholic Event

“I was not only baptized in the Church, but I was confirmed, and I stand before you today as Michael Richard Christopher Pence,” he said. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Why There Is No ‘God-the-Father’s Day’

Why doesn’t God the Father get his own day, when his son Jesus has Christmas Day and Easter and more, and the Holy Spirit has Pentecost? [Read More...]

Reasons to go into debt for a Catholic college

The new problem in college education: Excessive fear of student loan debt. [Read More...]

The Pen, the Plough, and the Blood of Boniface

The words of Pope Benedict XVI on the great apostle to Europe. [Read More...]

This Sunday: The Drama of the Spirit’s Seven Gifts

This extended Pentecost Vigil is filled with high drama. [Read More...]

Newman Guide Scholarship Winner Picks Benedictine

“We are excited to see Jace on campus next year,” said President Stephen D. Minnis. “Her essay suggests that she will feel right at home here,” [Read More...]

The New Faces of Memorial Day

On Memorial Day we acknowledge a great debt we owe to hundreds of thousands of men and women who died for their country long ago and far away. But we also owe [Read More...]

WATCH: Always a Raven

Look back at Benedictine College’s 2017 Commencement via the words of Dr. Edward Mulholland. [Read More...]