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.


Proclaiming Beauty: The Sculpture of Kate Marin

If beauty will save the world, then Kate Marin is on the front lines of the new evangelization. [Read More...]

New Sacred Art Coming to Benedictine College

On All Souls Day, when the Church prays for those who have died before us, officials at Benedictine College shared the computer-rendered view of the future Raven Memorial Park on the College’s [Read More...]

Catholics Should Be Monuments Men

By Camille McGrail | Camille McGrail, a Philosophy and Accounting Major from Denver, is a Junior at Benedictine College and a Gregorian Fellow. A new movie in theaters tells the story of [Read More...]

Sacred Art at Benedictine College

The Our Lady of Grace fountain at Benedictine College is one of the newest examples of Sacred Art at Benedictine College. In this slideshow find 10 examples, old and new. 1. On [Read More...]

What the Statues Say

Photos: Dennis Dunleavy by Dennis Dunleavy, Ph.D. | Dr. Dunleavy is an associate professor of Journalism & Mass Communication at Benedictine College. Write him at for a footnoted version of “Symbols, [Read More...]