The Secrets of Santa Sabina Summer 2021
by Paul Elie
‘Time in Rome has taught me to try to see things whole. You don’t go straight to the painting or altar cited in the guidebook. The whole is the thing. Rome is the whole of wholes.’
by John Nagy ’00M.A.
Notre Dame’s architecture students learn more than art and design during their year in the Eternal City.
by Alison Macor ’88
By distributing Communion at St. David’s Medical Center, she nurtures those in need of peace and healing — in a sacrament and ministry that has altered her, too.
by Tara Hunt McMullen ’12
Women bore more than their fair share of the household burdens before the pandemic. The stresses only got worse when everyone stayed home.
by Mel Livatino
Some memories are so beautiful — and rich in meaning — that they linger a lifetime.
by Mark Phillips
There were reasons places were called Suicide Hollow and Starvation Hill and Ischua Creek. As those meanings fade into the past, the land becomes less haunted and more lonely.
by Matt Cashore ’94
As senior photographer Matt Cashore ’94 traveled the globe on University assignments, he noticed a love shared by humans everywhere.
by Margaret Fosmoe ’85 and William Anderson ’67
Could one of Notre Dame’s most eccentric professors really have been a Nazi agent?
- New admissions strategies
- Athletics tickets go mobile
- Doors close on Zahm culture
- A unique commencement
- Arts move front and center
- GKC’s treasure trove
- Notre Dame, 1941
- For those keeping score
- Recent faculty books
- Deaths in the family