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The 25th Anniversary of the Genocide in Rwanda and Healing Traumatic Memories

Notre Dame Professor of Theology and Peace Studies Fr. Emmanuel Katongole and Fr. Jean Baptiste Mvukiyehe discuss the genocide in Rwanda on its twenty-fifth anniversary, the...

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Nuclear Disarmament and Pope Francis’ Visit to Japan

Kroc Institute Director of Catholic Peacebuilding Studies Jerry Powers sits down to talk with Professor Maryann Cusimano Love and Professor Tobias Winright about nuclear...

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Religion and Philosophy

Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land Episode 1

From Notre Dame Stories comes “Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land,” a four-part miniseries exploring the University’s presence in and around Jerusalem. Episode One follows the...

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Art and History

Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land Episode 2

In Episode Two, we explore what may be under the surface of the University of Notre Dame at Tantur in Jerusalem. Abraham (Avi) Winitzer, Notre Dame professor of theology, leads a...

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Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land Episode 3

St. Jerome, who famously translated the Bible into Latin working from the same cave system in which Jesus was born, said: “Five gospels record the life of Jesus. Four you will...

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Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land Episode 4

In the final episode, we explore Tantur using two interpretations of a commonly used metaphor for the place: an oasis. Many people describe the Tantur grounds in terms of its...

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Art and History

Unearthing the Past

To learn about the past, most students dig into ancient texts. Others dig in ancient lands. At two sites in Israel, Notre Dame students uncovered materials that may enhance common...

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Hill in the Holy Land

It began as a place to bring Christians together. It’s grown into a place to impact the region, and the world. This is the story of the University of Notre Dame at Tantur. Read...

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Living Stones

If they were jet-lagged, they didn’t show it. Just as the sun was rising on a Sunday in late July, a dozen Notre Dame undergraduate students filed into the lobby of the...

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Science and Technology

A Future for the Past: Notre Dame Researchers help Italian church communities address seismic risks

In October of 2016, central Italy was left devastated by a major earthquake, destroying homes and entire villages. Given Italy is prone to seismic activity, determining how to...

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