Philosopher Robert Audi elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Council of Chalcedon not the only defining word on Christian faith in Jesus, theologian argues

Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J., champion of immigrants, to receive Notre Dame’s 2018 Laetare Medal

Theology and science faculty to speak at Vatican conference on Laudato si’

Cardinal Onaiyekan and Bishop Farrell to headline Notre Dame conference on interreligious and ecumenical dialogue

Moosa and Mirza to lead Madrasa Discourses winter intensive in Qatar

ND Expert: Leaving UN Migrant and Refugee Compact comes at steep moral cost

Father Jenkins to inaugurate Notre Dame–Newman Centre for Faith and Reason in Dublin

Ecumenical prayer service affirms Christian unity in challenging times

Faculty and students to participate in Vatican meeting on nuclear disarmament

Rev. Thomas Blantz, C.S.C., to deliver 2017 Cushwa Center lecture

Ecumenical prayer service to celebrate Christian unity on Nov. 5

Rev. Antonio Spadaro, S.J., to deliver 2017 Keeley Vatican Lecture

NSF funds Notre Dame philosopher’s project on nature of observations

Father Jenkins emphasizes ‘fruitful tension’ of faith and reason in gathering on past, future of Catholic higher education

Catholic university presidents to reflect on 50-year Land O’Lakes legacy

One-person play on Notre Dame founder to premiere Aug. 30

Heather Hyde Minor named academic director of Rome Global Gateway

JoAnn DellaNeva named academic director of London Global Gateway

‘Trying to Say God’ rejuvenates conversation on Catholic literary culture

Nanovic and Mendoza to host European Catholic university officials for executive education program

Notre Dame theologian and Holy Cross priest to address U.S. bishops on refugees and migration

Wright’s ‘Drama and Devotion’ brings jazz to church at Rome’s historic Chiesa Nuova

Graduate School degree recipients encouraged to adopt ‘newspaper test’ of personal and professional integrity

Atalia Omer and David Campbell Awarded 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellowships

Notre Dame philosopher Alvin Plantinga awarded 2017 Templeton Prize

Majority of persecuted Christian communities build resilience through adaptive strategies, study finds

Center for Civil and Human Rights to publish first database examining intersection of Catholic social teaching and international human rights law

Amitav Ghosh, acclaimed Indian novelist, to deliver 23rd annual Hesburgh Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy

Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J., founder of Homeboy Industries, to receive Notre Dame’s 2017 Laetare Medal