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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Mother Goose and Me

I remember being in awe of The Real Mother Goose as a child. [Read More...]

Catholic Literature: Is Koontz the New McCarthy?

Where is our next prophet? [Read More...]

Novel Approach: Hawthorne’s Works of Mercy

He was the father of a Catholic nun and was himself a deep thinker on matters of the spirit. [Read More...]

Chesterton the Wonder-Full

The Gregorian Institute helped bring the wisdom of G.K. Chesterton to Benedictine College in the person of author Joseph Pearce. Pearce was raised in East London, England, and at 15 became a [Read More...]

Beauty Tips to Save the World

Last week, after I wrote about finding Jesus through goodness, truth, and beauty, Twitter asked me this: “@TomHoopes Great article! Loved it! But what are some other ways to evangelize using the [Read More...]

The Convocation and the Call to Greatness

It is “back to school” time at Benedictine College. That means ritual and ceremony that is almost liturgical — professors processing in academic regalia and filing into monk stalls, Knights of Columbus [Read More...]

Benedictine College and the “Hunger for the Infinite”

By Fr. Tim Hickey | Fr. Hickey is a 1981 graduate of Benedictine College and the former editor of the Knights of Columbus magazine, Columbia. He came back to Benedictine for the 2015 Convocation [Read More...]