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  1. Notre Dame Receives $50 Million Gift Toward Undergrad Aid

    A $50 million gift to the University of Notre Dame to support undergraduate financial aid is the largest of its kind in the school's history, officials said Tuesday.

  2. Religious Rights and State Secrets at SCOTUS (Podcast)

    Richard Garnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses the Supreme Court justices grappling with the religious rights of death-row inmates in the execution chamber.

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    Richard Garnett

    Notre Dame Law School

  3. An issue dividing Catholics: Should abortion rights supporters be denied communion?

    Father John Paul Kimes of the University of Notre Dame is an expert in canon law, which governs life within the church. 

  4. Opening the Word: Jesus, the king

    Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is the director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Timothy O'Malley

    McGrath Institute for Church Life

  5. Biden set to discuss Taiwan with Chinese leader at virtual meeting

    Joshua Eisenman, an associate professor at the University of Notre Dame, joins CBSN to discuss.

  6. ND panel calls asking if Pope’s deeds on abuse match rhetoric ‘legitimate’

    Though this point was not necessarily at the center of a discussion titled “Dignity in the Dock” at Notre Dame’s Fall Conference organized by the De Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, the evolution of both Pope Francis and his predecessor’s policies on clerical sexual abuse dominated the Q&A session.

  7. Bishop: Church must continue ‘increasingly unpopular’ advocacy for poor, vulnerable

    Though he didn’t mention the matter of Communion, his homily on Thursday opening the annual Fall Conference organized by the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame turned around the Church’s “increasingly unpopular duty to issue a cry in defense of the most poor and vulnerable: Migrants, the unborn, the disabled, the infirm, and the elderly.”