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.

at BENEDICTINE COLLEGE

“Lovely in Limbs”: The Ballet of the Incarnation

I just returned from seeing Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker choreographed and “reimagined” by Kansas City Ballet’s own Devon Carney. My wife wanted to have a classy family outing, and it is proof of the [Read More...]

The Two Most Effective Habits for Catholic College Students

The desired outcome of a Catholic education is an educated Catholic. And yet, what emerges from Catholic education these days is not always an educated Catholic. While one can blame the institutions [Read More...]

Twelve Days of Christmas Review of 2013

What’s the best answer to Christmas sentimentality? The Christmas season liturgy. In the days that follow Christmas, the Church brings us the slaughter of innocents, the first martyr, and more. Christmas isn’t [Read More...]

God Remembers

God Remembers November 04, 2013 by Dr. Edward Mulholland God has a memory way deeper than sin. I  never thought about Zacchaeus’ name before, other than I once knew a family who [Read More...]

Pope Francis Taps Alum of Benedictine College as Bishop

Bishop-elect Cozzens in 2008. Pope Francis has named Father Andrew H. Cozzens, Benedictine College class of 1991, new auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis in the United States [Read More...]

O Tempora, O S´mores!

I have discovered that the remedy for worrying about the fate of our culture is roasting marshmallows with a six year old. Reading some blogs and news outlets last week, I could [Read More...]

A Modern Catholic Love Story

In my continuing attempt to chronicle Catholic identity as it is lived in our time, I give you the modern Catholic love story which you see unfold at campuses like Benedictine College. [Read More...]

The Lessons of History: Leadership, Power, Experts, and Original Sin

The American Eagle, as a national symbol, was meant to epitomize of the nobility, grace, and beauty of the soaring American spirit. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on the other hand tends [Read More...]