by John Crawford '01MFA
by Natalie Ambrosio '17
by Alexandra Park
by Rich D'Amour '76
by Kenneth L. Woodward '57
Young people are leaving the Church in disturbing numbers. One of America's foremost writers on religion and society outlines some reasons why.
by John Nagy '00M.A.
In which a father explains to his college-age son why he wants to pass along his devotion to the Church he holds so dear.
by the Most Reverend Robert N. Lynch
A retired bishop spent a semester on campus, immersing himself in the promise, prayers and practices of today's students. He took note of his observations.
by Mary Katherine Tillman
As the Church finds its way forward, perhaps it should open itself to the women whose stories have gone untold, to the voices muted long ago.
by Robert Schmuhl '70
Joyce Kilmer followed his heart to Catholicism, to the Irish and their independence, to Notre Dame, and finally to a battlefield against the foes of freedom.
by Scott Russell Sanders
Our national allegiance to the monetary bottom line threatens to negate other measures of personal and communal wealth. What's being sacrificed to the cult of money?
by Jason Kelly '95
Notre Dame's new Idea Center is the centrifuge through which intellectual property and innovative technologies are sent to market for commercialization. Or sent back to the drawing board.
by Morgan Bolt
A young cancer patient travels the border between this life and the next. It's a journey with faith, hope and a constant companion.