Letters to the editor
An exaltation of larks whirled and sang above the hut where he lay dying nearly a millennium ago. That’s only one of the countless stories told of Saint Francis of Assisi, whose October 4 feast will be celebrated here at Notre Dame.
Last summer, my 6-year-old son Lincoln and I gazed up at a giant oak tree in our yard in Indiana. “Who invented man?” Lincoln suddenly asked me. “What?” I said, trying to stall a few seconds for time.