Doing Good Spring 2021
by Michael N. McGregor
After a year of stress and strain, disturbing events and bad news, here are some stories that positively offer reasons for hope and gratitude.
by Matt Cashore ’94 and Barbara Johnston
The two University photographers document a historic year on campus as Notre Dame adapts to a global pandemic.
by Mark Phillips
Lost in the woods deep into night, he knelt on soggy leaves and made himself recall a short, cherished explanation of joy given him by a student who had once fled for his life in Liberia.
by Sylvester J. Schieber ’72M.A., ’74Ph.D.
The murder of Syl and Vicki Schieber’s daughter by a serial rapist took them to the crossroads of retribution and forgiveness, the law and Church teaching.
by Sarah Cahalan ’14
The spirited, energetic, people-loving, gregarious Holy Cross priest has become a campus favorite — by being himself.
by Fred Bahnson
Barry Lopez ’66, ’68M.A. was internationally acclaimed as one of the foremost nature writers of our time, but his vision encompassed all of humanity and the planet he knew as a sacred home.