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.


Air Force Taught Raven That Leaders Need a Team

FELLOWS FRIDAY: Lucas Hoffman describes how he learned that failing to delegate means failing to lead. [Read More...]

Gregorian Fellows Sweep Fran Jabara Awards

Leadership Program yields three leadership awards. [Read More...]

Business’ Nolan McCall

Nolan McCall, a Gregorian Fellow, finally saw the fruition of his dream project as an Enactus club member. [Read More...]

Students Still Camping Out With St. John Paul

“Our motto is to pursue the beauty of Christ in community and nature,” said the camping club’s founder. [Read More...]

New Catholic Leaders Ready to Take On the World

The Gregorian Institute was founded to launch leaders into the world, and on Sunday, April 18, it did just that. [Read More...]

Engineering’s Kienan McIntee

Kienan McIntee, a Gregorian Fellow, led this year’s Spring Break Engineering Mission trip to Nicaragua. [Read More...]

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...]

Chemistry’s Joseph Barnes

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