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.

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Religious Liberty in 14 States

March was a big month for religion – Lent, Holy Week, Easter, religious bombings. But things have been happening in state-level legislature as well: More than a dozen states have seen some [Read More...]

Recognition for Middle East Genocide Grows

As the world continues to debate and fight against ISIS, the Memorare Army for Religious Freedom at Benedictine College is asking for continued prayers for the Christians, Yezidis, and Shias who are constantly [Read More...]

Day of Fasting and Prayer for Religious Liberty at Benedictine College

Benedictine College will observe a day of prayer and fasting for religious liberty on Wednesday, March 23. Note: Picture above was taken from the March 2016 event after the fact. That is [Read More...]

Missouri Moves to Protect Religious Liberty

The Memorare Army for Religious Freedom can celebrate one partial answer to our prayer for religious freedom – Missouri legislation may rule to protect religious people who object to same-sex marriage. On [Read More...]

Archbishop Naumann and Our Religious Liberty: Top Quotes

Every year, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the diocese of Kansas City, Kan., comes to Benedictine College to address the graduating Theology and Philosophy majors in an informal, fireside chat. This year, Archbishop [Read More...]

Kansas’s Religious Freedom Rally

On Wednesday, February 17, the capital of Kansas held a rally for the protection and advancement of religious freedom in America. The event took place over the lunch hour in the relatively [Read More...]

Scalia’s Legacy of Law and Life

There were plenty of shameful celebrations when Justice Scalia died. Brietbart quoted some of them: The sports editor at “Vocativ,” Tomás Ríos, tweeted out that “Scalia was a monster and no one’s job entitles [Read More...]

Still Fighting on National Religious Freedom Day

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” Martin Luther King Jr. wrote from the Birmingham jail. To fight injustice, America celebrated National Religious Freedom Day on January 16. In commemoration, US [Read More...]