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London: “Jerusalem”

In week 3 we focus on what has become the national anthem for England (as opposed to Great Britain): the song known as “Jerusalem.” With words by the poet William Blake and...

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Rome: Paolo and Francesca (Inferno 5)

Dante and his guide Virgil are in the second circle of Hell, where lust, one of the sins of incontinence, is eternally punished in the ‘hellish squall.’ Here, the two poets...

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London: “The Jolly Young Waterman”

In week 2 of our book club, we will discuss the song “The Jolly Young Waterman,” which was originally written by Charles Dibdin for his ballad opera The Waterman: Or The...

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ThinkND series to explore world religions

University of Notre Dame theologians from the World Religions World Church program will embark on a seven-session virtual teaching series examining the Catholic Church in a...

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Rome: From the dark wood to Rome

When Dante is lost in the dark wood of sin, the soul of the Roman poet Virgil is sent from Heaven to rescue him and guide him on his way to salvation through Hell and Purgatory....

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London: “Jack Hall”

We began London in Song with “Jack Hall,” an old ballad that has its origins in the early eighteenth century. It started as a narrative of the life of a convicted criminal who...

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Seeing the Sacred with Jill Alexy

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Jill Alexy to talk about what it means to “See the Sacred.” Jill works with the Vatican Patron of the Arts where she regularly...

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The Nativity

Although we don’t know who painted this work, we do know it was created in the 1500s by an Italian artist who copied an original painting by Jacopo Bassano. At the time, Italy...

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2020 Christmas from the Glee Club

The Notre Dame Glee Club directed by Dan Stowe recorded some Christmas cheer for the season including “In dulci jubilo” and “Carol of the Bells”. The Sleigh à la...

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John Schoenig: Education, Inspired.

From handy super powers to the origins of school choice in America

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Journey to Italy – Viaggio in Italia: Announcing the Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway Rome Book Club

The Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, in partnership with the Center for Italian Studies and the Notre Dame Alumni Association, is pleased to announce the launch of the Rome Book...

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Episode 16: Lust and Chastity in the Qur’an

In this episode, our hosts discuss how Muslim, Jewish, and Christian scripture and tradition portray marriage, chastity, and lust.

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