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.


Sunday: The Church’s Step by Step Vocation Guide

Kansas monks ready to March for Life. This Sunday (the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B) provides practical advice for young people discerning a vocation. It comes just in time for [Read More...]

Sunday: The Magi, Models for Misfits

This Sunday is Epiphany Sunday in the United States (Year B), when we celebrate the visit of the magi to Mary and Joseph and the Christ child. The Magi sometimes seem out [Read More...]

Sunday: The Advent of God the Storyteller

The Advent and Christmas seasons teach us that God loves a great story. That’s good to keep in mind on the Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year B), when the long wait for Christmas [Read More...]

Sunday: ‘What Sort of Person Ought You Be’?

(Photo: Jamie in Bytown Flickr) St. Peter asks a key question in the second reading on this  Second Sunday in Advent (Year B): “What sort of person ought you be?” The answer [Read More...]

Sunday: Keep Advent – Before It Is Too Late

Sunday, Nov. 30, is the first Sunday in Advent, when we are called to wait for Jesus, just like the Jewish people did for years before Christ. That is hard to do. [Read More...]

Sunday: It’s George Bailey Sunday

George Bailey, the character played by Jimmy Stewart in the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), could relate to this Sunday’s readings — Aug. 31, the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time, [Read More...]

Sunday: Salvation History Is a Eucharistic Procession

Our family has been blessed for the past 16 years to be at parishes that provide Eucharistic processions on Corpus Christi Sunday. At St. Mary’s parish in New Haven, Conn., we would [Read More...]