Looking for Christianity’s Second Founder Winter 2023-24
by Paul Elie
St. Paul, so vital to Christianity as to be called its second founder, has receded in importance among Catholics. A personal exploration into why this has happened and why it matters.
by Scott Russell Sanders
Some call it ecological restoration. I prefer the term ‘rewilding’ because it’s a reminder we can only assist nature in healing itself.
by Sean Sullivan ’60
The funny, incredible, inspirational saga of an enterprising student’s epic determination to really earn a degree from here
by Julia Scott
For most of us — for those then confined to making do — processing the pandemic is an exercise in retrieving lost memories.
by Ian Marcus Corbin
Precarity, solidarity and our long season of crisis.
by Jason Kelly ’95
Science dean Santiago Schnell, who knows firsthand the devastations of rare diseases, marshals mathematics to decode the mysteries of life and the secrets of health.
Photos by Matt Cashore ’94
In his workshop in Room 119 of the centrally located but inconspicuous Rad Lab building, Kiva Ford does what he dreamed of doing as a boy. He makes a living making things.
by Ken Garcia ’08Ph.D.
After a trip to the Mile High City, a psychedelic virgin wonders if the renaissance in brain-altering psychoactive substances points to panacea or Pandora’s box.
- AI is here
- Presidential change
- Notre Dame’s next decade
- The Moles go public
- Fake or fiction
- Irish mariachi
- Deaths in the family