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Interview: The Gregorian’s new Jesuit leader on the university’s mission to implement Vatican II reforms
September 15, 2022
The new rector, Mark Lewis, S.J., also opened up about the Gregorian's upcoming merger with the Pontifical Biblical and Oriental Institutes.
The Gregorian has educated 28 saints and 16 popes. But the new Jesuit rector doesn’t think that is the school’s most important legacy
September 14, 2022
An exclusive interview with Mark Lewis, S.J., 62, a historian and only the second Jesuit from the United States to be rector of the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome
R.I.P. John W. O’Malley, S.J.: The dean of Catholic historians who helped save Vatican II from ‘oblivion’
James T. Keane
September 12, 2022
A mentor for a generation of scholars of American Catholic history, John W. O'Malley, S.J., died Sept. 11, 2022, at the age of 95.
Faith in Focus
Keeping Your Faith Alive in College: Advice from Recent Graduates
Christopher ParkerJill RiceCristobal Spielmann
September 07, 2022
How do you keep things in perspective and maintain a faith life when you are trying to figure out new friends, new freedom and the location of your classes?
Arts & Culture
The Case for the Classics: Without these ancient texts, our democracy will suffer
July 05, 2022
A dearth of classical education causes everyone’s education to suffer.
Remembering Father Michael Himes, a brilliant scholar and an exuberant, smiling priest
John J. Strynkowski
June 17, 2022
The Rev. Michael J. Himes was a theologian who taught with energy, order, concreteness, wit—and exuberance.
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