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.


Hope Despite the Headlines: 2017 In Review

Our reaction to the news makes it better, or worse. Here are times Benedictine College students made 2017 a little better. [Read More...]

Life Is Hard. Then Comes Easter …

The Church shouts at us every Easter: We have nothing to fear from the future, because we know it is in good hands — God’s hands. [Read More...]

Secularism’s Victory Is Also Its Defeat

Pope Francis visits the Philippines. Sometimes it feels like the whole world is collapsing around us. It’s not. But you can see why it looks like it is. • Ireland rejected what every [Read More...]

12 Good Movie Priests in Last 4 Years. Why?

When I saw that the 2015 Netflix series “Marvel’s Daredevil,” which debuted April 10, featuring a sympathetic portrayal of a priest, I had a brainflash – I thought that maybe I could [Read More...]

The Da Vinci Fail: 8 New Movies About Jesus

Never believe rumors of Jesus’ death. He is alive and well — and coming soon to a theater near you. New productions will bring to eight the number of Christ-centered productions in [Read More...]

A Campus Where Faith and Reason Meet

By Archbishop Joseph Naumann  | Naumann is the Archbishop for the diocese of Kansas City, Kan. This is his homily for Benedictine College’s Baccalaureate Mass, May 15, 2015. The renewal and growth [Read More...]

10 Signs the Church Is On the Rise

Christianity is a dying relic of an ancient past. The Internet is killing it. Science is killing it. Western sophistication is killing it. Right? Wrong. In many ways, Christianity is on the [Read More...]

ISIS Attacks Will Grow the Church

The mass martyrdoms we are seeing in the Middle East will be followed, as they always are, by a remarkable rise of Christianity that will change the course of history. St. John [Read More...]