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Faith Abandonment with Brandon Vogt

Tim O’Malley for Church Life Today welcomes Brandon Vogt to talk about the large scale abandonment of the faith by Millenials. Brandon is a best-selling author, blogger, and...

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Religion and Philosophy

Catholic Life with Anna Keating

Tim O’Malley for Church Life Today welcomes Anna Keating to talk about her work and how she strives to live out the best Catholic-oriented life for her and her family. Anna is...

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Art and History

May, Moms, and Movies at the Browning Cinema

Joining Establishing Shot to discuss the 2018 Michiana Jewish Film Festival is Sarah Snider, a Michigander who graduated from Yeshiva University with a Bachelor of Arts in English...

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Religion and Philosophy

Vocational Discernment with Bishop Robert Barron

Tim O’Malley for Church Life Today welcomes Bishop Robert Barron to talk about vocational discernment, young people, and the upcoming synod of bishops. Bishop Barron hails from...

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Science and Technology

Study Reveals How Bacteria Communicate in Groups to Avoid Antibiotics

In a new study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), researchers from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Catholic Split with Clemens Sedmak

Tim O’Malley for Church Life Today welcomes Clemens Sedmak to talk about the split between social justice Catholics and sacramental Catholics in America. Clemens is a professor...

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Art and History

Professor Uses Cutting-Edge Technology to Conduct ‘Engaged Anthropology’ at Prehistoric Illinois Site

Mark Schurr is committed to conducting engaged anthropology. For Schurr, professor and acting chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology, that means he...

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Religion and Philosophy

“The Benedict Option” with Rod Dreher

Tim O’Malley for Church Life Today welcomes Rod Dreher to talk about his work as a Christian writer and blogger. Rod is the author of “The Benedict Option, “a work that...

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Art and History

It’s Raining Film at the Browning Cinema!

April is an incredibly busy month in the Browning Cinema with 30 different titles screening. Ted and Ricky do a rundown of some options for indoor fun if the month makes good on...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Challenge of Peace Pursued Through Christian-Muslim Dialogue

Scott Alexander, Ph.D. and Imam Hassan Al-Qazwini engage the 2017–18 Center for Social Concerns annual theme, Living the Challenge of Peace, by discussing how peace and justice...

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Religion and Philosophy

Five Years of Pope Francis’ Papacy: Panel Discussion on Geopolitical, Ecumenical, and Cultural Perspectives

At the end of Pope Francis’ first five years in the papacy, this panel evaluates how he is calling the Church to encounter a deeper human experience by valuing diversity through...

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Law and Politics

U.S. Democratic Health in Stable Condition, According to New Democratic Virtues Index

In a current political environment that some view as divisive and extremely partisan, a new Democratic Virtues Index from the University of Notre Dame’s Rooney Center for the...

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