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Baylor professor addresses catechesis in Flannery O’Connor

Ralph Wood, professor of theology and literature at Baylor University, spoke on the catechesis of Catholic author Flannery O’Connor. Notre…

Langan addresses Orestes Brownson, the American Experiment at HCC

Orestes Browson’s work, even with its complications, offers a better lens through which we can understand the American system than…

The Balance Between the Angel and the Beast

In the Center for Ethics and Culture’s ninth annual Catholic Culture Literature Series, “Strangers in a Strange Land,” Notre Dame…

The Column: The Rebirth of Collegiate Gothic, Neoclassical, and French Empire style

                Neo-gothic motifs present in the historic buildings of Notre Dame have been the focus of my prior articles.  The…

The Incomparable Ralph

“The Catholic faith is the best thing that ever happened to the human race.” -Ralph McInerny In a lecture given…

The Column: The Architecture on South Quad: Memory and Innovation in a Living Tradition

In the last issue I introduced the concept of architectural criticism and began our exploration of the historic buildings on…

An Anthropological Take on Plagiarism

While thousands of fans awaited the season-opener against Purdue University, the College of Arts and Letters presented its annual Saturday…

Laura Lindsley in London

As I recently watched the latest Sherlock Holmes movie, the opening scene unlocked my treasure chest of memories as I…

An Interview with Dana Gioia

“I want a poetry that risks speaking to the fullness of our humanity, to our emotions as well as to…

The Column

Articulating on Architecture: Part I of Matthew Balkey’s Critical Commentary on the Architecture of Notre Dame At Notre Dame, we…