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 Temptations of Adam, Eve, and Jesus

What can we learn from the devil’s encounter with Jesus and his encounter with Adam and Eve? [Read More...]

This Sunday: Don’t Serve the God of Worry

Jesus calls the Christian to a radical simplicity and focus on God. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Wait. Can I Really ‘Be Perfect’?

To tell people “be perfect” is more a mind-control technique than it is a way of life, some say the Gospels claim. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Paul and the Old Testament are More Loving than Jesus

People often say the Old Testament and St. Paul are harsh but the New Testament and Jesus are mild and forgiving of sin. Today’s readings prove otherwise. [Read More...]

This Sunday: We Are the Light of a Very Dark World

The trick is to remember that it is not our light, but Christ’s, that really shines out. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Christ’s Mission Statement and Ours

This Sunday’s Gospel reading sums up the mission of Jesus in three actions. [Read More...]

This Sunday: How to Listen to a Lector

A mental checklist that can help us focus on the readings. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Vote Like the Maccabees

The battle is only beginning when you lose. [Read More...]