In an interview published Aug. 31, Freeman, who was a Christian before his entrance into the Catholic Church, said that he was grateful to be at Notre Dame because of the school’s emphasis on faith.
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School days are back, and so is college football. Ahead of Week 1 of the 2022 college football season, the Register’s Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl talked to the Fighting Irish’s new head coach Marcus Freeman about faith, fatherhood and Notre Dame football.
The Fighting Irish’s new head coach speaks with the Register about his approach to coaching and parenting, why he restored the game-day Mass tradition, and how the Catholic community can pray for the team before the season kicks off.
Del Real founded Iskali – an Aztec word for growth and resurgence – as a Catholic young adult group when he was 20.
The Alumni Rainbow Community of Notre Dame held ‘ND LGBTQ+ Alumni — Past, Present & Future — A Celebration of Our Community’s Journey’ on the Indiana campus earlier this month.
New CUA President Peter Kilpatrick Discusses His Conversion, Catholic Identity and Engineering Through the Lens of Faith
The 16th president of The Catholic University of America discusses his faith and what makes a university Catholic.
Archbishop Gudziak received the Notre Dame Award in June 2019, and the following November was a keynote speaker at Notre Dame‘s de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture’s 20th annual fall conference.
The study is projected to launch this spring and continue for three to five years.
The lawsuit charges that the 16 schools still give preference in admission to the children of wealthy donors, make waitlist decisions on the basis of a prospective student’s finances and family wealth, or decide whether to admit applicants for particular programs based on student or family finances.
During the presentation, he argued that the modern term “human dignity” is doing the work that justice should be doing and that the current definition of human dignity and its implications have puzzling limitations.