Tim Bradley

On Discipleship, Property, and the Sermon On the Mount

How Aquinas helps us understand private property and the common good

A Person’s a Person

Inconsistent Treatment of the Unborn in the Law

Tolkien and the Catholic Imagination

Tim Bradley discusses the Catholic roots of J. R. R. Tolkien’s hobbit heroes

Free Lunches and the Stairway to Heaven

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Tim Bradely examines the age old saying “there is no such thing as a free lunch”

Thanks for the Memories

Tim Bradley’s last editorial as Editor-in-Chief

Bishop Condemns Giving Biden the Laetare Medal

In controversial decision, Notre Dame honors Biden, Boehner with award for outstanding service to the Church

We’re Bringing Dating Back

The Rover interviews Professor David O’Connor after second annual Saint Valentine’s Day poster campaign

Constructing a Coherent Core Curriculum

The Rover offers a faculty forum on the core curriculum

To Vote or Not to Vote?     

Reflections on responsible participation in political life in anticipation of the 2016 presidential election

Campus Vocations: A Dominican Visits Notre Dame

Father Dominic Legge, OP, shares his vocation story and advice for college students on discerning personal vocation