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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This Sunday: God Reaches the Out-of-Reach

How do you help someone who does not want to be helped? Or, if we are honest, we can admit that we’re on the other end of the equation, too. [Read More...]

Fours Years into the Papacy …

It’s an irresistible question to ask if Pope Francis would be re-elected were he a president on the four-year anniversary of Pope Francis’ March 13, 2013 election. [Read More...]

International Women’s Day: Why This Woman Showed Up for Work

I think this is a more fitting tribute to the value of womankind than staying home from work. [Read More...]

New Evangelization Symposium Coming March 30 – April 1

The 2017 Symposium boasts top Catholic speakers as well as dozens of additional papers and presentations from professors, field professionals, students and clergy. [Read More...]

Seven Lessons From Fatima’s Youngest Visionary

Today, we remember the personal holiness of Blessed Jacinta Marto on the anniversary of her death. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Wait. Can I Really ‘Be Perfect’?

To tell people “be perfect” is more a mind-control technique than it is a way of life, some say the Gospels claim. [Read More...]

Five Lessons From Super Bowl 2017

Here are five spiritual lessons I want my sons to learn from Super Bowl LI. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Paul and the Old Testament are More Loving than Jesus

People often say the Old Testament and St. Paul are harsh but the New Testament and Jesus are mild and forgiving of sin. Today’s readings prove otherwise. [Read More...]