Such Sweet Thunder Year Of Controversy Comes To A Close The Catholic Church And Nazi Germany Fighting For Reform In Modern China The Mysterious Woman Who Saved the Rover       Free Read of the Week 4/13
Such Sweet Thunder

Such Sweet Thunder

Editor-in-Chief Tim Bradley reflects on the defense of marriage

Year Of Controversy Comes To A Close

Year Of Controversy Comes To A Close

On three contentious campus issues, Notre Dame administration confronts criticism from faculty

The Catholic Church And Nazi Germany

The Catholic Church And Nazi Germany

Acclaimed Jewish scholar to shed light on Church action during Holocaust at April 20 lecture

Fighting For Reform In Modern China

Fighting For Reform In Modern China

Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng delivers annual Human Dignity Lecture

The Mysterious Woman Who Saved the Rover      

The Mysterious Woman Who Saved the Rover      

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Joe Lindsley reflects on the Rover community

Free Read of the Week 4/13

Free Read of the Week 4/13

Our Free Read this week is Beyond the Abortion Wars: A Way Forward for a New Generation, by Charles Camosy, Associate Professor of Theology at Fordham University.  The abortion debate in… Read more »

How (Or) Should A Catholic Vote?

How (Or) Should A Catholic Vote?

Patrick Deneen discusses Catholics and politics

Learning From Lincoln     

Learning From Lincoln     

Mark Noll reflects on the reputation of Abraham Lincoln

What Lincoln Still Teaches Us 150 Years Later    

What Lincoln Still Teaches Us 150 Years Later    

Zachary German reflects on Abraham Lincoln’s example for American politics

120 Miles And A 70-Pound Cross

120 Miles And A 70-Pound Cross

Charlie Ducey reflects on his Holy Week pilgrimage

Letting Go Of Our Expectations

Letting Go Of Our Expectations

Sophia Buono reflects on her journey to Notre Dame

Letter to the Editor: Physical Education Department Bids Farewell

Letter to the Editor: Physical Education Department Bids Farewell

Coach Stephanie Gaal discusses the end of the PE requirement

A Noble Farewell: Professor Retires After 41 Years

A Noble Farewell: Professor Retires After 41 Years

Retiring Professor Thomas F. X. Noble reflects on education and the university

Moreau First Year Experience To Begin In Fall 2015

Moreau First Year Experience To Begin In Fall 2015

Mandatory freshman course takes shape over 2014-2015 academic year

Notre Dame Goes Virtual For The Summer

Notre Dame Goes Virtual For The Summer

Foundations of Theology among courses to be offered online

Getting Schooled: Education In The Western Tradition

Getting Schooled: Education In The Western Tradition

A cross-discipline panel of professors explore the history of education in the Western Tradition

Protecting Religious Freedom In Indiana

Protecting Religious Freedom In Indiana

New state law sparks controversy across the nation

Replacement And Revolution: America In 20 Years

Replacement And Revolution: America In 20 Years

Newt Gingrich delivers annual Lincoln Day speech for Notre Dame College Republicans

Campus Vocations: Monsignor Michael Heintz   

Campus Vocations: Monsignor Michael Heintz   

The Rover interviews theology professor to discuss his vocational journey and the process of discernment

Ordinary Joy And Familial Love

Ordinary Joy And Familial Love

Congregation for the Causes of Saints considers canonization of Spanish couple

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