Sports fans watching the Winter Olympics in Vancouver may not realize the connection to the 1964 movie The Pink Panther.
Of the 10 Academy Award nominees for Best Picture, two films offer the most compelling competitive storyline: Avatar and The Hurt Locker.
Like a macabre line-up of dominoes, one after another the giants of Notre Dame fell: Frederick Crosson, Ralph McInerny, Elizabeth Christman, Robert Burns.
The thing about Bob Burns that impressed me most was his zest for life, his adventuresome spirit. He was always ready to try something new.
I am a fairly undisciplined and compulsive reader, but I sometimes think the number of books Notre Dame’s Ralph McInerny has written exceeds the number of books I have read.
Welcome back to Molarity Redux, the updated, continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends.
The most talked about popular culture figure right now is an octogenarian who has emerged as the hippest grandmother a college student could imagine.
The Notre Dame community officially welcomed its new bishop during a special Mass of Thanksgiving on Tuesday evening, February 9, in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Frederick Crosson was deeply respected and loved by the students who came his way.
“I don’t think God has a plan for each of us, as we used to be told. I think he has made us free, really free, to devise our own patterns.”
An essay on Catholics, Muslims and the so-called secular world.
On September 12, 2006, Pope Benedict returned to the University of Regensburg, where he had been a professor of theology, to give an address to the faculty on faith and reason. His remarks generated an uproar.
The earthquake in Haiti left more than crumbled buildings. One doctor shares photos of the shattered bodies he helped repair.
The first call was a phone message left during the weekend after the Jan. 12 earthquake fractured Haiti. It came from Ann Kloos. Her brother John, a 1974 Notre Dame graduate, had lost his son Ryan in the quake
Dr. Ralph P. Pennino, a 1975 Notre Dame graduate, is among those organizing a major Notre Dame relief effort in Leogane, the site of the ND Haiti program and an area near the epicenter of the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake.
An excerpt of Joey Leary’s report from Haiti. Leary, a 2009 Notre Dame graduate, was in the midst of the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake.
I seriously doubt that “the morning after” the Haitian earthquake or any of the details of the entire day of Jan 13 will ever fade from my memory.
J.D. Salinger died a few days ago. Do we feel the loss?
When I got the call last week that my longtime friend Elizabeth Christman had passed away in St. Louis at age 96, I was flooded with memories.