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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Witness to Healthcare: An Interview with Dr. Kasia Szymanek

An Interview with Dr. Kasia Szymanek | After graduating with a B.S. in biology from the University of Illinois in 2004, Kasia Szymanek served as a FOCUS missionary at the University of [Read More...]

Now is the Time to Stand with the Church

 The Rally for Religious Freedom is June 29 in Topeka, Kansas On June 29, members of the Benedictine College community will join thousands of concerned citizens for the Rally for Religious Freedom [Read More...]

Martyrdom at the Movies

 Blessed Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio; martyred in 20th century Mexican persecution of Church My nearly 10-year-old son is proud of himself: He is the youngest Hoopes child to see an R [Read More...]

Alliance Defense Fund, On Behalf of Benedictine College et al, Files Comment with HHS

On May 30, the Alliance Defense Fund filed a formal comment with the Department of Health and Human Services on behalf of 18 Catholic colleges including Benedictine College.  The comment urges the [Read More...]

“Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics” by Ross Douthat:  A Gregorian Book Review

By Ron Ratliff | A former Protestant pastor and a scholar who has published works on C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton, Mr. Ratliff entered the Catholic Church at 2011’s Easter vigil. He [Read More...]

Benedict XVI, Sacred Scripture, and Today’s Church: An Interview with Theologian Matthew Ramage

An Interview with Dr. Matthew Ramage | Matthew Ramage is assistant professor of theology at Benedictine College (Kan.).  He earned his M.A. from Franciscan University and his Ph.D. from Ave Maria University. [Read More...]

Going to Church: “Get” or Debt?

By Lloyd Newton | Lloyd Newton has served as professor of philosophy at Benedictine College since 2003. A convert to the Catholic faith, he earned his M.A. in rhetoric from the University [Read More...]

‘There are the blue eyes I fell in love with!’

The day I graduated from seminary to become a Protestant pastor, I was in a foul mood. But my mood changed when I witnessed real love in action. It was mid-morning. My [Read More...]