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 Humble Rejoice; the Proud Complain

The news that a better, greater and more powerful person is coming is good news to the weak and a threat to those who think they are great and powerful. [Read More...]

This Sunday, A Hard Hope That Shakes the World

A poor and prophetic Church is respected and admired; a comfortable, compromising Church is rejected and despised. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Don’t Grow Accustomed to the Dark

In 100 years the world will be as disgusted by Christians who accept the sins of our day as they are by Christians who were racist, violent, or corrupt in the past. [Read More...]

A (Shorter) Prayer for Thanksgiving Dinner

On Thursday’s table — and sitting around it — are the symbols of what you have to be grateful for. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus Reveals Himself — in Glory and in Our Neighbor

We act like we are the center of the universe and are the only worthwhile people we know. We aren’t. Jesus is and our neighbors are. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Talents Are Overrated (Except for One)

Jesus bet his kingdom that we would multiply what he has given us — whether we got a lot or a little. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Death Takes a Lifetime of Preparation

None of us should feel like we are safely one of the wise who have enough oil, and that we can scoff in at those without. [Read More...]

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...]