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.


This Sunday, the Saints Stop Our Endless Halloween

The incarnation was like a second Big Bang, filling the universe with waves of light and dispelling the darkness of paganism. [Read More...]

This Sunday, How to Fall in Love With God

Loving God with everything in me seems impossible. But then I remember falling in love with April Beingessner … [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus Makes Both Parties Angry (and So Should We)

We can learn a lot about our own politics from the way Christ faces a trap set by the pro-tax Herodians and the anti-tax Pharisees. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Why We Still Refuse God’s Invitation

The readings try to reassure us that Christian life is not drudgery and heaven is not tedious. [Read More...]

This Sunday, How to Lose Your Vineyard

The Parable of the Bad Tenants is not just a history lesson. It is a warning about our future. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Our Good Intentions Mean Nothing — or Worse

If we are being honest we will admit that we are probably most like the bad son in the Parable of the Two Sons. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Christian Life Is Work, on God’s Terms

If you never break a sweat for Jesus, you aren’t doing it right. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Christ Demands the Opposite of Revenge

No longer will we take an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth — but we will get mercy for mercy, love for love. [Read More...]