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.


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...]

From Felt Banners to Snapchat, Benedictine Has Been Marching for Life for Decades

Benedictine leaders in the March have become leaders in the Church. [Read More...]

Marching for Motherhood

I can’t help but recognize maternal virtues are just as important to appreciate; I live with a mother of nine. [Read More...]

Hero Seminarian Marched, Then Died, for Life

Brian Bergkamp won’t be at this year’s March for Life, but those who used to travel with him to the annual event will never forget him. [Read More...]

Into the Storm for Life

The weather and emotions for Benedictine students and Gregorian Fellows during this year’s March for Life started out pretty cold. It was a whirlwind 63 hours, 48 of which were spent on [Read More...]

The Power of Perspective in Life

I went to the United Nations a few months ago for the Commission on the Status of Women as a representative of C-FAM’s International Youth Coalition. The discussions were about everything from [Read More...]

A Week Later, March for Life Still Inspires

Students from Benedictine College are back in classes today after joining hundreds of thousands of pro-life protesters in the college’s annual trip to March for Life in Washington, D.C. Each year Benedictine [Read More...]

Freezing in a Tent … For Life

by KATHRYN BROWN | Kathryn Brown, a senior at Benedictine College, is the Gregorian Fellow responsible for Benedictine College leading the March for Life in 2014. It is tent season here at Benedictine [Read More...]