God, Country, Notre Dame Summer 2017
Some things to know about Notre Dame, its life and times.
by Jason Kelly ’95
The saga of Father Edward Sorin's journey from France across the American frontier to the place called Sainte-Marie-des-Lacs.
by Brian S Collier
Pioneers, priests and warriors invade the Potawatomi world.
by Jonathan Ryan
The story of Father Constantine Scollen reveals the conflicting postures of Church and government toward the people already living on the land.
by Sean O'Brien ’95, ’01J.D., ’02LL.M.
Thomas Bulla and Father Sorin were neighbors back when fugitive slaves were riding the Underground Railroad, their flight through South Bend aided by the man who lived about where Flanner Hall stands today — and whose sense of "neighbor" followed biblical ideals.
by Marion T. Casey
For half its existence the University also educated boys aged 5 to 12.
with Ken Woodward ’57 and Martin Marty
A conversation between friends whose work has been examining the place of religion in America highlights some changes in the cultural landscape.
by Barry Lopez ’66, ’68M.A.
One of Notre Dame's most distinguished alumni speaks of his lifetime of learning and writing — what he found here and later finding what was missing.
by Eric Butterman
Walk into the studio of Billy Hassell ’78 within the Fairmount Historic District of Fort Worth, and the birds practically call out to you, shrieking from canvases vibrant with color.
- Glimmers of Hope
- Speech class
- In character
- Masked magician
- Echoes: The old ND&W
- Beyond Walden Pond
- The life he built
- Seen & heard
- Deaths in the family