Paul Howard, '24

Religion Editor

Paul Howard is a Junior in Medieval Studies from upstate New York. As a former cathedral choral scholar, he is passionate about all things related to the Catholic musical tradition; as a New Yorker, he is fiercely loyal to the Yankees. He can be reached for conversation about William Byrd or the Bronx Bombers at phoward2@nd.edu.

Evening Music with Schola Musicorum

Student ensemble sings medieval German chants and Reformation chorales

Bishop Paprocki Speaks with the Rover

Bishop of Springfield comments on synodality and the Catholic university

Tolton’s Path from Slavery to Sanctity

Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago speaks about America’s first black priest

Notre Dame Remembers Benedict XVI

Campus community reflects on life and legacy of Joseph Ratzinger

MacIntyre on Singularities

Philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre delivers controversial keynote address at the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture’s Fall Conference

Answers Uncalled For?

Paul Howard discusses the idea of female deacons

Called to the Cross

Four men profess final vows in the Congregation of Holy Cross

Cardinal Müller Visits Campus, Lectures on Human Dignity

Former CDF Prefect sits down with the Rover for exclusive interview