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.


Hit Film ‘Searching’: Christian or Anti-Christian?

Spoiler Alert: The ending of the film about a dad searching for his missing daughter has audiences wondering … [Read More...]

Quiet Prayer Taught Me to Face Tinnitus

Spiritual masters say we will never fully win the war against distractions, but we can learn how to let them pass. [Read More...]

Ex Nihil: Forgiving Someone Who Won’t Say ‘Sorry’

Sometimes mercy comes from nothing. [Read More...]

When Are We God’s Opposite?

Read a description of God. What words do you have to replace to change it to a description of you? [Read More...]

Catholic Literature: Is Koontz the New McCarthy?

Where is our next prophet? [Read More...]

Novel Approach: Hawthorne’s Works of Mercy

He was the father of a Catholic nun and was himself a deep thinker on matters of the spirit. [Read More...]

Home-Schooling Goes Global

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