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  1. Neighbors fear Hollywood’s hidden convent is about to go up for sale

    “I suspect the sisters need to take up the matter with their fellow Dominican sisters who are their elected leaders,” said Timothy Matovina, a Catholic theology professor at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    Timothy Matovina

    Department of Theology

  2. Reason, faith, and why your brain is not a computer

    Dr. Ulrich Lehner is the William K. Warren Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and the bestselling author of “God Is Not Nice.”

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    Ulrich Lehner

    Department of Theology

  3. So, you want to take the grades out of teaching? A beginner’s guide to ungrading

    Susan D. Blum is a professor of anthropology and a fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Susan Blum

    Anthropology

  4. Supreme Court hears arguments as to why it must right its past abortion wrongs

    Richard W. Garnett is the Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Richard Garnett

    Notre Dame Law School

  5. All eyes are on Supreme Court for its biggest abortion case in decades

    O. Carter Snead, law professor at the University of Notre Dame, similarly noted in a Nov. 29 statement the strong feelings in this Mississippi case and said that “despite the intense emotions” surrounding it, 

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    Carter Snead

    Notre Dame Law School

  6. The Latin term stare decisis has been mentioned multiple times so far. Here's what it means.

    But O. Carter Snead, a Notre Dame Law School professor, believes the court would be repairing its institutional legitimacy by overruling Roe. 

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    Carter Snead

    Notre Dame Law School

  7. Law professor on his amicus brief in support of Mississippi overturning Roe v. Wade

    NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with O. Carter Snead, law professor at Notre Dame, about the legal standing for anti-abortion arguments at the Supreme Court on Wednesday.

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    Carter Snead

    Notre Dame Law School

  8. Listen live: Supreme Court hears arguments in a landmark abortion case

    O. Carter Snead, law professor at Notre Dame, comments on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Supreme Court case. 

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    Carter Snead

    Notre Dame Law School

  9. Op-ed: Faith communities have the power to get more Americans vaccinated

    Kraig Beyerlein is an associate sociology professor and director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society at the University of Notre Dame. Jason Klocek, an assistant professor at the University of Nottingham, was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for the Study of Religion and Society. Grace Scartz, a Notre Dame undergraduate student, does research for the center.

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    Kraig Beyerlein

    Department of Sociology

  10. Roe v. Wade on the line as Supreme Court takes up Mississippi abortion rights case

    "This is the most important Supreme Court case on abortion since Roe in 1973, and I don't think it's particularly close," said Sherif Girgis, Notre Dame law professor and former clerk to Justice Samuel Alito.

  11. Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for nearly 50 years. Will that matter?

    But O. Carter Snead, a Notre Dame Law School professor, believes the court would be repairing its institutional legitimacy by overruling Roe.

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    Carter Snead

    Notre Dame Law School

  12. Future of abortion rights at stake as Supreme Court considers Mississippi case

    “It’s very hard for me to see how the court could uphold the 15-week law without entirely eliminating the constitutional entitlement to elective abortions in Roe and Casey,” said University of Notre Dame law professor Sherif Girgis, a former clerk to Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.