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Fellows Friday: Featuring Brigid Ueland

Brigid Ueland, a Gregorian Fellow, interned at the Senate Finance Committee in Washington, D.C. [Read More...]

Blessed Christmas! Annual Report Offer

Blessed Christmas Octave! As we head into 2016, I want to express my gratitude for your ongoing support of the Gregorian Institute. To continue the Gregorian Institute’s important work, we are asking [Read More...]

Gregorian Fellows: “Leadership Training for Young Catholics”

The Register featured a photo Immaculee Ilibagiza addressing Gregorian Fellows. The National Catholic Register recently published an article on programs that train future leaders, including the Gregorian Fellows. It quoted Gregorian Fellows [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...]

How Can We Help the Homily?

This is part two of a series on the importance of the homily.  If you haven’t read part one, you can do so here. The image of Aaron and Hur supporting Moses [Read More...]

10 Great Quotes From Notre Dame Ethics and Culture Speakers

I just got back from Notre Dame where I attended the great conference “Radical Emancipation: Confronting the Challenge of Secularism,” at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. We brought Gregorian [Read More...]