Bernard Lonergan was a priest, a philosopher and a theologian. Today he is considered one of the brightest minds of the twentieth century. The Lonergan Project represents an attempt to set up "a small school of Lonergan", to continue to promote his thinking.
The Roman College, founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola, welcomed the first sixty students on 23 February 1551. It was on October 28, 1553, when the first theology lesson was held, that the University was in fact inaugurated: under the expert guidance of Fr. Jerónimo Nadal, a pedagogical project began to take shape, understood as a path of philosophical and theological studies, capable of guaranteeing a solid formation for future ordained ministers.Read more
The Program of Study for the Academic Year 2019-2020 is available.
The Pontifical Gregorian University offers a formative path for pastoral counselors and professionals in the area of marriage and the family to respond to the expectations, challenges and uncertainties of marriage and the family today.