Gregory Hillis is an associate professor of theology at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky.
Faith Faith in Focus
Gregory HillisApril 22, 2020
Advice for living under quarantine from Trappist monks
Faith Faith in Focus
Gregory HillisMarch 19, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak illustrates one of the most important takeaways of a good Trinitarian theology: the unity of humankind.
 A man holds a banner showing new St. John Henry Newman before the canonization Mass for five new saints celebrated by Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican Oct. 13, 2019. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Faith Faith in Focus
Gregory HillisOctober 16, 2019
Like Newman, I am a convert to Roman Catholicism, but it is the way Newman converted that is most important to me.
Arts & Culture Books
Gregory HillisApril 22, 2019
Many will find Sohrab Ahmari’s account of coming to faith compelling and moving, while others may find his emphasis on an authoritative church confusing or even off-putting.
Arts & Culture Books
Gregory HillisDecember 28, 2018
Judith Valente explores how the Rule of Benedict offers wisdom for those of us outside the cloister.
Arts & Culture Books
Gregory HillisJuly 05, 2018
A quiet life centered on the rhythms of prayer, work and play turns out to be...rather worth it.
Faith Ideas
Gregory HillisApril 02, 2018
Charity is lacking in the dialogue of our polarized church. But this doesn’t mean something is wrong with dialogue itself.
Arts & Culture Books
Gregory HillisSeptember 11, 2017
A new introduction could plant seeds in children that will perhaps flower later in life.
Faith Short Take
Gregory HillisAugust 28, 2017
Did Pope Francis snub Latin-Mass goers? Or is he taking their concerns seriously? 
Politics & Society Short Take
Gregory HillisJuly 25, 2017
When I heard President Trump’s address to the Boy Scout Jamboree last night, I was appalled.