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Virtual Slow Look

Wednesday, 07/13/2022, at 12:30 p.m. ET – Join us on Zoom for a break from the summer heat and a slow look at Reginald Marsh’s Frozen Custard. We’ll use tools of mindfulness...

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Global Affairs

Connecting Communities: Partnering on Ocean Health to Address Climate Change

For more than a decade, the European Union, thanks in part to the support of Ireland, has worked with Brazil, Canada, South Africa, the United States, and other countries to...

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Golden Threads: The Music and Storytelling of Golden Is Thy Fame – Celebrating 50 Years of Undergraduate Women at the University of Notre Dame

This occasion was commemorated on campus June 1-2, 2022 but the celebration is ongoing. The decision to admit women as undergraduates marked an important milestone in the life of...

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Law and Politics

Quick Reaction: Carson v. Makin and Catholic Schools Featuring Nicole Stelle Garnett and John Schoenig

Join Nicole Stelle Garnett and John Schoenig as they discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Monday June 20, 2022 that states can’t deny tuition to faith-based schools....

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Article Discussed in the Episode: “How privacy’s past may shape its future” Laura’s Bio Episode Transcript At the end of each episode, Kirsten asks for a recommendation...

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Art and History

Virtual Slow Look

Join us on Zoom for a slow look at Walter Ufer’s The Battery. We’ll use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach and understand the painting through a guided look....

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Stephen Rea, Oscar-nominated Irish actor and co-founder of the influential Field Day Theatre Company, reads an excerpt from James Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young...

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Global Affairs

Catholic Peacebuilding in Times of Crisis: Hope for a Wounded World

The world is emerging from an historic health crisis that has exacerbated existing conflicts, poverty, inequalities, polarization, and threats to the environment. While the...

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Health and Society

John Staud: Education, Renewed.

From graduation trivia and Roberto Clemente, Jerome Bettis and all things Pittsburgh athletics, to leading the revitalization of Catholic schools Dr. John Staud, the executive...

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Episode Links Article Discussed in the Episode: “The Myth of the Chilling Effect” Suneal’s Bio Episode Transcript At the end of each episode, Kirsten asks for a...

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