Do You Believe It? Spring 2019
by Abigail Pesta '91
A year after the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the invisible wounds have not healed, but linger amid other devotions.
by Rev. Joseph V. Corpora, CSC, '76, '83M.Div.
Inspired by the work of Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J., a Holy Cross priest spends Christmas break at her respite center on the Mexican border, folding towels and greeting the refugees who seek asylum in the United States. He finds there only children of God.
by John Nagy '00M.A.
The myth of a simple juggler whose performance art was especially pleasing to the Virgin Mary has endured through centuries and in various creative incarnations, including some notable appearances at Notre Dame.
by Jerry Barca '99
The same team that brought you ESPN's 30 for 30 video Catholics vs. Convicts has produced a 90-minute film telling the story of Notre Dame's renowned former president.
by David Gibson
The Catholic Church has gotten itself into a fix. How does it correct its ways, help itself and go forward, restoring its cardinal virtues and reassuring the faithful?