A Story of Art, History, Science & Worship Spring 2022
by John Nagy ’00M.A.
Having stood at the entrance to Notre Dame’s art museum for decades, Jacopo Sansovino’s 500-year-old Madonna and Child received a meticulous makeover for its move to the future Raclin-Murphy.
by Gerard Thomas Straub
Vincent van Gogh brought more to the canvas when he painted the wheat fields of Auvers-sur-Oise.
by Joseph Lewis Heil ’59
There have been many plot twists in Gerry Straub’s odyssey from Hollywood to Haiti. He is still at work on the happy ending.
by Eric Zorn
Bill Ryan ’56 is one of the few who has acted on the biblical call to visit those in prison, and so do for Jesus by doing for the least among us.
by Chris Baglow
It’s time to convert the debate between science and faith into a dialogue of mutual enrichment.
by Margaret Fosmoe ’85
Dan Dosmann’s postcard collection presents campus scenes from long ago.
by Steve Adams
Something happened that day by the river, and it has taken me a long while to recover.
by Michael C. Desch
In a world at war, and with wars rarely being a real solution, the nuclear arms stalemate has been a realistic compromise between Catholicism’s pacifism and its just war theory.
with Maryanne Wolf
A conversation about the rewards of reading and the risks of losing interest
- Drunk on Film
- Earth Day legacy
- Analysis of evil
- Scooting across campus
- Stats on student voting
- A deeper endowment pool
- Faculty books
- Deaths in the family