How will you prepare for Christ's coming in the next four weeks? Holy Cross apostolates have a variety of resources and events to help.
As the Notre Dame football team prepares for its final home game of the season Saturday against BYU, the campus newspaper, The Observer, highlighted the role of team chaplain Rev. Mark Thesing, C.S.C.
In the fall issue of Pillars, Rev. Nicholas R. Ayo, C.S.C., professor emeritus in the Program of Liberal Studies at the University of Notre Dame,explores the many ways the 'light of faith' enables human beings one and all to come closer to where their origins begin and where their destinies end.
Rev. Gary Chamberland, C.S.C., and Rev. Mark DeMott, C.S.C., were recently featured in The Beacon, the student newspaper of the University of Portland.
How can a Catholic university like Notre Dame continue to strengthen its commitment to the greater Church and the key issues of today?
John Cavadini, professor of theology and director of the Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame, asks if atheism is it's own religion of "scientific fundamentalism"in the latest issue of Pillars.
Parishioners from St. Adalbert Parish in South Bend, Ind., participated in a pilgrimage Wednesday (Nov. 13, 2013) in honor of the feast of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, patron of immigrants.
Contrary to popular belief, the Catholic Church does not advocate prolonging life at any expense, according to Rev. James Fenstermaker, C.S.C., pastor at Holy Cross Parish in South Easton, Mass.
The University of Portlandhas been ranked 9th nationally among its peers in the number of students studying abroad by the Institute of International Education.
In the fall issue of Pillars, Rev. John L. Young, C.S.C., volunteer clinical professor in the Law and Psychiatry Department at the Yale University School of Medicine,discusses bioethics and decisionmaking in the context of faith and science.