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.


Banquet Celebrates, and Challenges, Gregorian Fellows

Benedictine College’s leadership program bid farewell to an impressive 2017 class April 23 — and gave them marching orders to change the world. The Gregorian Fellows’ Senior Banquet celebrated the success students [Read More...]

Football Star and Seminarian

Read the USA Today story about a Catholic seminarian and you think you’re reading the National Catholic Register: Sundays are sacred at the St. John Vianney Seminary, a plain five-story red-brick building across a [Read More...]

Sacrifice, Passion, and Leadership

On October 5, President of Murphy-Hoffman Company Kenworth (MHC Kenworth) and Benedictine College board member Mike Murphy spoke to students about leadership, and offered some life advice that involved a little risk-taking. [Read More...]

Jean Vanier: Man of Mercy

This spring, Jean Vanier, one of the great Catholic men of our time, was awarded the Templeton Prize. Vanier is the 86-year-old founder of L’Arche, communities for people with developmental disabilities. As [Read More...]

Training Catholic Leaders

Dr. Edward Mulholland is an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Foreign and Classical languages at Benedictine College, where he teaches Greek and Latin. He also co-runs an interdisciplinary “Great Books” [Read More...]