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.

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Day of Fasting and Prayer for Religious Liberty at Benedictine College

Benedictine College will observe a day of prayer and fasting for religious liberty on Wednesday, March 23. Note: Picture above was taken from the March 2016 event after the fact. That is [Read More...]

Archbishop Naumann and Our Religious Liberty: Top Quotes

Every year, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the diocese of Kansas City, Kan., comes to Benedictine College to address the graduating Theology and Philosophy majors in an informal, fireside chat. This year, Archbishop [Read More...]

What I Saw at the Caucuses

The Iowa Caucuses are interesting enough on the internet, and there’s a good deal of excitement that carries from the caucus sites via satellite to the nation’s living rooms. But after attending [Read More...]

Into the Storm for Life

The weather and emotions for Benedictine students and Gregorian Fellows during this year’s March for Life started out pretty cold. It was a whirlwind 63 hours, 48 of which were spent on [Read More...]

New Book Shows Religion is Strong Worldwide

It is January and time for college students to return to class. College is a time when students see their assumptions challenged, their worldviews stretched and they hit a “reset” button on [Read More...]

Faith Central to College’s Science Celebration

Benedictine College today announced a year-long celebration of a “Century of Science” at its Atchison, Kan., campus. In 1916, the college offered its first science degrees. Today, the college is looking to [Read More...]

Benedictine College Prays for Science Advancement

The Gregorian Institute thanks you for your involvement in the Memorare Army prayer campaign for religious freedom. Below find a letter from Benedictine College President Stephen D. Minnis about a new Memorare [Read More...]

Peter Kreeft, C.S. Lewis, and the Existence of God

Students, faculty, and half-marathon runners at Benedictine College gave up two hours of their Saturday morning to crowd into an overflowing room and hear a lecture arguing for the existence of God. [Read More...]