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.


Love and Sex: Why Marriage Changes Everything

Marriage is more than a piece of paper. It is more than just a human commitment. But how … and why? St. John Paul II has the answer. [Read More...]

Sex and the Single Catholic: John Paul’s Answer to ‘But We Love Each Other!’

Good Catholics sometimes find themselves struggling with chastity, especially when they believe they will one day marry this person. [Read More...]

How the Cross Elevated Human Nature

There are four reasons why God chose the cross not just to save us, but to transform us. [Read More...]

Why Do We Need to Be “Saved”?

Secular answers don’t do full justice to the reality of the problem of sin. [Read More...]

Throw Away ‘Throwaway Culture’: Catholic Environmental Principles, 3 of 3

As St. John Paul II so ardently taught, only love can conquer a culture of death marked by utilitarian logic. [Read More...]

Recognizing the Objective Order of Things: Catholic Stewardship of the Environment, 2 of 3

Accepting the intrinsic value of nature should lead you to accept the intrinsic value of human nature. [Read More...]

Seeing Creation With God’s Eyes: Catholic Environmental Principles, 1 of 3

Careful observation of creation converted noted atheist Anthony Flew; we need contemplative knowledge, not power knowledge, of creation. [Read More...]

Not By Faith Alone

Famously, Martin Luther helped set the 16th-century Reformation in motion with his translation of Romans 3:28: “a man is justified by faith alone.” [Read More...]