Pillar of Thought

Opinion: Mass should be more scary

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!”

Conversations of Life and Light

Changing our approach to pro-life debate

The quiet phrase

Horton the Elephant and the end of an undergraduate career

What is Patriotism?

A politics ordered towards charity

Working to Live, Not Living to Work

A Time To Work, A Time To Enjoy

The continuing journey toward Notre Dame

A student reflects on her experiences in the Gateway program

The family as a bedrock of happiness: Reflections on a trip to Peru

An experience of the family’s central role in Peruvian culture

Discernment and the Contraception Decision

The broader context of “discernment” surrounding the university’s latest contraceptive decision

The Quest for Votive Candles

Finding prayer candles in the ordinary supermarkets of the world

Even Unto Death: Embracing the Love of the Cross

Molly Weiner previews the themes of the upcoming Edith Stein Conference