Upholding the Catholic character of the University of Notre Dame
Professor Legarre describes the fruits of making connections I have been trying to overcome shyness ever since I can remember….
Review of Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset As a weary law student thirsting for the opportunity to read books about…
Pete Hlabse discusses the spiritual importance of taking care of your own backyard
Michael Bradley tells the story of Charles V. Ednie, Catholic and veteran
In a well-worn homily anecdote, a Protestant, when first introduced to the concept of transubstantiation, exclaims: “If I believed that, I would crawl up the aisle for communion on my knees!”
All of my anxieties about living as a recent graduate were put on full display by engaging with Waugh’s masterpiece
Inconsistent Treatment of the Unborn in the Law
Reflections on the canonization of Humanae Vitae‘s author
My vocation story
Fr. Terry Ehrman, CSC
If Notre Dame is a Family, it should pray like one
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