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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Celebrate Catholic Identity in Public Life

American Catholics have too often fallen into a self-defeating pattern. Call it the ghetto syndrome. The ghetto syndrome started years before the ghetto, in 1634 when Cecil Calvert’s Catholic settlers headed to [Read More...]

A Catholic’s Election Year To-Do List

Fortnight for Freedom, Day 9. The Gregorian Institute at Benedictine College is taking advantage of the U.S. bishops’ Fortnight for Freedom to share resources for promoting Catholic Identity in public life. Today’s [Read More...]

LIVE FROM TOPEKA:  Benedictine College and Kansans Rally for Religious Freedom

The Benedictine presence loomed large at the Kansas Fortnight for Freedom rally for religious liberty. Buses and a caravan left from Benedictine College and Maur Hill-Mount Academy. Benedictine College President Stephen D. [Read More...]

Illustration: What Does the Ruling Mean for Religious Liberty?

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty had this helpful illustration on the Supreme Court and the HHS mandate last week. Illustration: What Does the Ruling Mean for Religious Liberty? June 28, 2012 [Read More...]

It’s Our Government, Not the Court’s

Fortnight for Freedom, Day 8 For each day of the Fortnight for Freedom, the Gregorian Institute at Benedictine College is offering practical suggestions for promoting Catholic identity in public life. Today: Don’t [Read More...]

Let’s Count the Ways Pro-Life Will Triumph

It seems almost too terrible to be true: In our culture, many infants lives are snuffed out in their mothers’ wombs. But while human societies may find a way to sanction horrific [Read More...]

Put an Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Your Church

 How can we promote a more Catholic future for America? Evangelize Latinos with those things only the Catholic Church can offer — the sacraments, the Blessed Mother, and popular Catholic devotions. Americans [Read More...]

Serve Like Mother Teresa

 Benedictine College’s Mother Teresa Nursing Center. “If we don’t love the poor, and do all we can to improve their lot,” says Archbishop Charles Chaput, “we’re going to go to Hell.” If [Read More...]