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Vatican questions how priest moved $17 million meant for missionary work into investment fund

Lloyd Mayer, a professor specializing in nonprofit law at Notre Dame Law School, said he didn’t see any “red flags” in the transfers, but “a few yellow flags.”

Six Institutions Invited To Join Association Of American Universities

University of Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., said, “our mission at Notre Dame is to be a preeminent research university, provide an unsurpassed undergraduate education and to have all we do informed by our Catholic mission. We are honored to be invited to join the AAU, heartened by the AAU board’s recognition of our progress as a research university, and we look forward to participating in this august organization.”

DeSantis 2024 Campaign Debut Blurs Lines for Church Involved in Rally

However, Professor Philip Hackney of the University of Pittsburgh and Professor Lloyd Mayer of University of Notre Dame suggested that the IRS prohibition could kick in if a pastor is speaking in his official capacity during a campaign event held at their church.

Donald Trump Targets Children in New Immigration Plan

Erin B. Corcoran, associate teaching professor, Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, told Newsweek that Trump would not have the legal authority for such an order as birthright citizenship is in the U.S. Constitution.

Leaders discuss what’s at stake in debt limit resolution

The church doesn’t have “an official magisterial position on something as specific as the debt ceiling,” said Joseph Kaboski, professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame and president of the Catholic Research Economists Discussion Organization (CREDO). 


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