Upholding the Catholic character of the University of Notre Dame
As a foreigner, one of the first things you notice when you visit the Notre Dame campus is the huge…
Rasmus Schmidt Jorgensen
Senior Marco Cerritelli discusses the importance of vocation when choosing a career.
Christina Serena discusses her vocation.
Michael Infantine explains how less beautiful forms of Christian art undermine the message of Christianity.
Michael Infantine discusses Reepicheep and the vocational call.
Prelate bishop of Opus Dei, Alvaro del Portillo, will be beatified this fall.
Tim Kirchoff reflects on his various leadership roles throughout his time at Notre Dame, including his time as president of Rodzinka and as Deputy Grand Knight.
In a culture that celebrates diversity, inclusion and tolerance, why can we not celebrate the complexity of the human person instead of slapping labels on ourselves and each other?
As part of the Irish Rover’s continuing Pillar of Thought column, this issue’s focus is a reflection on a service trip to the Andre House of Hospitality in Phoenix.
Lyssa Mall reflects on the damaging effects of sexual impurity on authentic love and calls for women to seek a higher love.
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