Whether as dramatic as the divine visions that inspired Mother Teresa's work or as commonplace as the decision to have a child, certain events have the power to transform us.
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The University of Notre Dame'sEcho programwill mark its 10th anniversary this weekend (June 27-29) with a campus reunion of its graduates, a dinner and a Mass celebrated byRev. Paul Doyle, C.S.C., rector of Dillon Hall, who once quipped of Echo's graduates, "These people give Jesus a good name."
Several Holy Cross priests and the U.S. Province's publishing ministry fared well in the 2014 Catholic Press Awards sponsored by the Catholic Press Association, which were given out during the organization's annual conference June 20, 2014, in Charlotte, N.C.
The University ofNotre Dame Haiti Programwill complete the final mass drug administration for this year in Arcahaie, Haiti, fromThursday-Sunday(June 19-22).
Barring massive changes in birthrates and immigration, a majority of American Catholics will be Latinos by the year 2050. If the rise of Latino Catholics confronts the Catholic Church in America with a profound and tumultuous challenge, the University of Notre Dame's Rev. Joseph V. Corpora...
Summer is a great time for reading while you're relaxing by the pool or beach, taking a road trip or even as part of a quiet staycation. It's also a great opportunity for spiritual renewal. Why not double-up?
The 23rdbook by the lateRev. John S. Dunne, C.S.C., will be released by the University of Notre Dame Press in September.
Sacred Heart Churchin Colorado Springs, Colo., used the Vigil of the Feast of Pentecost to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the arrival of Holy Cross to the Tri-Community Parish.
Rev. Tony Grasso, C.S.C., was among those receiving teaching awards atKing's Collegeduring its 65thcommencement.
After traveling 30,000 miles to visit more than 16,000 Catholic school students throughout the past year, theUniversity of Notre DameAlliance for Catholic Education'scelebration of the gift of Catholic schools is just beginning.