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.


This Sunday, Go From Locked Away to Loving

How can Catholics break out of our isolation of fear and distrust? [Read More...]

This Sunday: Jesus Faced a Conspiracy, Too

The powers we face are powerful and total and there is only one way to win: the cross. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Victory Only Comes in the Jaws of Defeat

From its earliest days to today, the Church has always been on the brink of collapse and on the cusp of triumph. [Read More...]

This Sunday, the Twisted Image That Leads Us Home

Lent is a land of exile where we have to replace our longing for slavery with a longing for God. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Get Violent With Sin and Aggressively Give Alms

When we spoil the place where he wants to meet us, God gets angry. Violently angry. So should we. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Our Unsafe God Demands Too Much

In Jesus we have a Zeus who came to serve us and a Prime Mover who is demanding in ways that defy logic. [Read More...]

This Sunday, Lent is a Desert; Life is a Flood

There is a good reason Catholics have the longest annual penitential season of any major religion. [Read More...]

This Sunday, the Cure for Our Leprosy

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we might have thought Sunday’s First Reading from Leviticus sounds harsh and cruel. [Read More...]