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Art Show Explores Faith In Immigration

Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture presents “INMigration: Beyond Borders, A Visual Journey,” artwork inspired by Latino migration.

University Announces Changes To Mendoza Enrollment

Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, the nation’s top business school, changes its admissions policies.

“To Bring The Gospel To All”

Archbishop Salvatore Fisichella delivers the Keeley Vatican Lecture, “The Role of Church in Contemporary Society”

The Evolution of the Notre Dame Education

Notre Dame solidifies its role as a leading research university and focuses on strategic hiring in scientific disciplines.

An Entrée to Relationship: Olivier Latry and Sacred Music

Oliver Latry performed at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris for a Nanovic Institute event.

Free Read of the Week 3/24

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The Light of the World

Notre Dame students have a responsibility to represent the truth at Our Lady’s University.

Free Read of the Week 2/24

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That Day

Notre Dame graduate Tom Cagley, Sr., (’56) reflects on one fateful day in December 1954—and how, forty years later, he found a new reason to celebrate the memory of a lost friend.

Finding God In Prison

Owen Smith reports on one American scholar’s expedition into Brazilian prisons, where he observed the effects wrought by Pentecostalism on the inmates there.