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  1. Eastern Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew says young people can 'save democracy and our planet'

    Climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic are interrelated crises that challenge churches to respond with both faith and science, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew said Oct. 28 at the University of Notre Dame, where he received an honorary doctorate.

  2. The president’s meeting with Pope Francis was a diplomatic visit tinged with the personal.

    “They’re the regular guys,” said Kathleen Sprows Cummings, the director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    Kathleen Cummings Portrait

    Kathleen Cummings

    American Studies

  3. Global Warming Risks Increase in Conflicts

    According to a University of Notre Dame index, the countries most vulnerable to climate change tend to be in the global south, where many already are experiencing armed conflict.

  4. Column: Pull the plug on the chop -- and Braves name, too

    “This is an existential moment for the Atlanta Braves,” said James O’Rourke, a professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. “They need to recognize that this problem is not going to go away.”

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    James O’Rourke

    James O'Rourke

    Mendoza College of Business

  5. Biden Meets Pope Francis Amid Rift With U.S. Bishops

    "There didn't seem to be a Catholic boost for him nationwide," despite the fact that Biden was poised to become only the second Catholic president in history, says David E. Campbell, a political science professor at Notre Dame University.

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    David Campbell

    David Campbell

    Political Science

  6. Facebook changes name to Meta: Mark Zuckerberg announces company rebrand as it moves to the metaverse

    Kirsten Martin, director of the University of Notre Dame's Tech Ethics Center, questioned whether Facebook should be trusted with the metaverse.

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    Kirsten Martin

    Kirsten Martin

    Mendoza College of Business

  7. Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew U.S. visit

    The Patriarch was to receive an honorary degree later in the day from the University of Notre Dame.

  8. ‘This made my life complete.’ Hundreds greet Orthodox Christian patriarch at South Bend church, part of the spiritual leader’s historic visit to the US

    The service was a precursor to a convocation ceremony Thursday evening at the University of Notre Dame, where Bartholomew gave an address and received an honorary degree.

  9. Facebook becomes Meta in rebranding seen as ‘an attempt at distraction’

    “It’s dystopian, the worst of all names. If we don’t trust them in the real world, why would we in the virtual world?” Kirsten Martin, professor of technology ethics at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, told MarketWatch.

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    Kirsten Martin

    Kirsten Martin

    Mendoza College of Business

  10. Facebook Announces New Name: Meta

    “Facebook executives have not proven to be trustworthy with their products in the real world, so it's not clear why we should trust them in a virtual world," Kirsten Martin, professor of technology ethics at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, said in a statement.

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    Kirsten Martin

    Kirsten Martin

    Mendoza College of Business