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.


Weekend Memes: Quarantine

Welcome to Weekend Memes, the quarantine edition! [Read More...]

Ravens Reach Out to Those Hardest Hit in Pandemic

“I encourage all Benedictine students to not waste this opportunity that we have been given to serve,” said Ryan Lobb, who is helping Atchison neighbors. [Read More...]

Join the Memorare Army Pandemic Prayer Campaign

President Minnis requests: “Please pray 10 Memorares a day, each day for 10 days, for relief from the coronavirus crisis.” [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus Answers the Pandemic

In the darkness of the coronavirus, we can see the light of Christ more clearly. [Read More...]

What to Do When Your Marriage Looks Doomed

Here are five places to start. [Read More...]

Four Catholic Answers to Pandemic Questions

Catholics know that suffering is not a sign that God loves us less; it is a sign that God wants us to love each other more. [Read More...]

Sunday Verse: Let Us Sing…

Pictured: student from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, on a mission trip to Guatemala. [Read More...]

Weekend Memes: Catholics v. Corona

Right now, we can all relate to St. Teresa of Avila who told Jesus, “If this is how you treat your friends, no wonder you have so few!” [Read More...]

WATCH-Men of Mission: Two Friends Transformed

FELLOWS FRIDAY: See the inspiring story of JP Stedwill and Gabe LeBeau. [Read More...]

Benedictine President Calls for Coronavirus Novena

Benedictines live by the motto, “Pray and Work.” Prayer can never be our only response to a problem, but we should never leave it out, either. [Read More...]

This Sunday: We Each Meet Jesus at the Well

Our meeting with Jesus looks a lot like the Samaritan woman’s. Does our response look like hers, too? [Read More...]

It’s a Beautiful Day in … Lent

Fred Rogers proves that it is possible to respond to life, no matter what, with love. [Read More...]

When Praying Doesn’t Stop the Pain

A reader raised a tough question with me: the toughest question, the problem of suffering. [Read More...]

Dreher vs. Douthat: Keynote’s Hope Despite ‘Decadence’

First “The Benedict Option;” now “The Decadent Society.” [Read More...]

Sunday Verse: This Is My Beloved Son…

Pictured: Baccalaureate Mass at St. Benedict’s Abbey on the campus of Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. [Read More...]

Weekend Memes: Perpetual Lent

Does Lent feel like perpetual penance? Maybe a few memes will cheer you up. [Read More...]

Million-Dollar Ravens Lead Record Night

FELLOWS FRIDAY: Three Gregorian Fellows were featured as models of Benedictine College’s mission, then two more led donors to record generosity. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Meet God Face to Face in Lent

It is beautiful to think of Jesus as tiny in the crib, or suffering in the desert, but on the Second Sunday of Lent he reminds us that he is so much more. [Read More...]

This Lent, Listen … and Lead

St. Benedict explains how to be in the world but not of it. It starts with your ears. [Read More...]

For the Love of Dogs

Scientists are saying that our dogs truly love us. Do they? And when does our love for them become excessive? [Read More...]