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Health and Society

“Culture of Life Africa” with Dr. Obianuju Ekoecha

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Obianuju Ekeocha to talk about her work as the founder and president of “Culture of Life Africa”, an initiative dedicated to...

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Religion and Philosophy

Bridge Across the Continents in Fellowship with the Poor

Keynote Speaker Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, S.D.B., Archbishop of Yangon, Myanmar talks on the topic of “Bridge Across the Continents in Fellowship with the Poor”. This keynote...

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Religion and Philosophy

Challenges to Poverty Eradication in the 21st Century: Insights from Catholic Social Thought

Professor Charles Clark was a keynote speaker at the 2019 Catholic Social Tradition conference, sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame. The...

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Venezuelan Politics and Irish Dance

As the situation deteriorates in Venezuela, we chat with Latin American expert Michael Coppedge of the Keough School of Global Affairs, who explains how we got here, and what to...

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Religion and Philosophy

Study Finds Muslim-Majority Countries Lack, but Hold Surprising Potential For, Religious Freedom

In his newest research, Daniel Philpott, professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, examines conditions in 47 Muslim-majority countries and considers a...

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Human Dignity, Refugees, and People on the Move

Clemens Sedmak, Ph.D. joins us on the Signs of the Times podcast today to discuss a question he’s been wrestling with, “what is the relationship between human dignity,...

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From battle plans to lesson plans

As an infantry platoon leader in combat operations in Baghdad, Alex Ambrose felt the weight of two countries on his shoulders. It was March 2003 when the United States invaded...

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Viaggi – A New Home in Italy

Rome has a knack for reinvention. It’s evident in the layers you find throughout the city, some more visible than others. They tell a story of a resilience wrought by...

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Law and Politics

Racism, Xenophobia, and the Rise of the Far Right at Home and Abroad: Navigating the Call of Justice

On A November 27, 2018, a panel discussed strategies for understanding, naming, and confronting the rise in far-right populism in the United States and beyond. Featuring David...

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Organizing for Social Justice

Our guest on today’s episode is Tim Beaty, an ND grad and director of Global Strategies for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Tim has spent the past 30 years...

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Law and Politics

Dealing with North Korea and Iran in a Complex World: Diplomacy, Sanctions, or War?

Each year, the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute partners with the Notre Dame Club of Greater Jacksonville to present a public policy lecture. On November 8, 2018,...

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Health and Society

Flushing Peace Down The Toilet: Strategies for the End of the World As We Know It

The question of water and sanitation justice is ubiquitous in the literature about peace, justice, and conflict these days. From Standing Rock to South Africa, people have...

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