The Actors from the London Stage have a special relationship with the University of Notre Dame, as the university serves as the American base for the acting group and is even responsible “for booking their tours, their flights, and the whole of their work in the U.S.”
While fighting the terrifying issue of abortion is an important part of being pro-life, the movement espouses a much broader message: to honor the simple beauty and importance of all human life as a gift from God.
Martijn Cremers recently gave his First Lecture, the talk was based on “Corporate Governance and Catholic Social Teaching,” a senior finance elective he currently teaches. The course covers the “purpose, priorities, and practice” of business in the context of Church teaching.
The Institute for Church Life welcomed an array of Church leaders to campus this past weekend for the “Pastoral Issues in Science and Human Dignity” conference. Professor John Cavadini, Director of the Institute for Church Life and consultant member of the USCCB Committee on Doctrine, organized and funded the conference, which was co-sponsored by the Institute for Church Life and the USCCB Committee on Doctrine.
The University of Notre Dame has an important mission in the future of Catholic education, and through the Echo and Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) programs, it is affecting great positive change.
While the Indiana Senate recently passed the controversial Marriage Protection Amendment—or HJR-3—on February 17, there is still some controversy from both sides. Some are disappointed that the stronger version of the amendment was not included, while some are disappointed that the amendment passed at all.