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 Radical Meaning of Christmas

Does the prospect of Christ’s coming make us feel an overwhelming need to change our hearts, or does it reassure us that everything is okay? [Read More...]

This Sunday, Christ the King-Maker

Our lives can seem like useless failures. So did the cross … [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus Uses Heaven to Teach About Life

This life is unfulfilling — until you point it to the next. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus Corrects Our 3 Prayer Mistakes

Jesus has good news and bad news for religious people this Sunday. [Read More...]

This Sunday: God Really Should Be Treated Like an Unjust Judge

How does it make sense to compare the infinitely good God to the wicked man in Jesus’s story? [Read More...]

This Sunday, Meet the God of Glory and the Grind

The life of faith is amazing and exhilarating … and tedious and thankless. It’s supposed to be that way. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Jesus on True Self-Esteem

The “Gospel within the Gospel” (Luke, chapter 15) distills the entire Christian message about a soul’s worth. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Avoid This One Thing That Destroys Happiness

The root of all sin really does destroy us, during our days and our nights, our good times and bad, now and in eternity, too. [Read More...]