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.


Fellows Friday: Youth Ministry’s Emily Harpole

Emily Harpole, a Gregorian Fellow, worked as a Youth Ministry intern for her home parish in Littleton, Colorado. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Listen Hard and You’ll Hear God

Many things can drown out a voice crying out in the desert, says Father Jay Kythe OSB. [Read More...]

This Sunday: God Wants Us to Surprise People

Imagine John the Baptist lived in your house … [Read More...]

Our ‘Purity of the Heart‘ Crisis

The problem is not just in the Entertainment industry, but in each of our hearts. [Read More...]

This Sunday: 5 Strategies to Keep Advent in Advent

Making Advent simple and quiet seems impossible in our society. [Read More...]

How My Roommate’s Brother Saved My Soul

I will be forever grateful for the knock I heard on my dorm-room door in the fall of 1987. [Read More...]

Home-Schooling Goes Global

Several research articles show reasoned support in academia for homeschooling around the world. [Read More...]

This Sunday: The Great King’s Weakness

Christ the King doesn’t judge us by whether or not we have extended his kingdom. He judges us by our service, not its success. [Read More...]

Robert Louis Stevenson and the Poetry of Childhood

Garden of Verses it captures childhood experience without short-changing or sentimentalizing it. [Read More...]

Fellows Friday: Chemistry’s Joseph Barnes

Joseph Barnes, a Gregorian Fellow, researched in a Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship in Idaho Falls, ID. [Read More...]

A Catholic Prayer Over a Thanksgiving Meal

‘Thank You, Lord, for these mashed potatoes …’ [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, No Reason to Fear

The servant who receives one talent in this Sunday’s Gospel reacts from fear, Brother Leven points out. We do too. [Read More...]

This Sunday: God Doesn’t Expect You to Change the World

… and God is more like a customer than a cop. [Read More...]

The Stories We Tell That Shape Our Lives

Without consciously thinking about it, the stories that we tell ourselves shape what we hear in the pews. [Read More...]

Keep the Noonday Devil Out of Your Marriage

Benedictine abbot Jean-Charles Nault’s book ‘The Noonday Devil’ identifies several ways acedia can infiltrate marriage. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Be Prepared

Martin Luther was wrong, says Father Matthew Habiger OSB about the readings for Sunday, Nov. 12, the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. [Read More...]

Fellows Friday: Architecture’s Mary Leihy

Mary Leihy, a Gregorian Fellow, participated in a summer studio at the Institute of Classical Architecture in NYC. [Read More...]

This Sunday, 3 Ways We Run Out of Lantern Oil

In college, I got a paper back with no grade but with “Matthew 25:1-13” on the top — this Sunday’s Gospel (32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A) [Read More...]

Catholic Journalism Tells the Real Story of Our Time

In 1999, I was a new editor at the National Catholic Register when two suburban Denver kids attacked their fellow Columbine High students … [Read More...]

Fellows Friday: Chemical Engineering’s Ryan Spellman

Ryan Spellman, a Gregorian Fellow, interned at Ardent Mills in Culpeper, VA. [Read More...]