• Statue of Jesus on Notre Dame campus

  • Vatican Sunset

  • Closeup of a manuscript

  • Duncan Hall chapel

The Department of Theology is the heart of Notre Dame’s education in faith and reason. Guided by the ideal of “faith seeking understanding,” the faculty engage in critical reflection in six areas: moral theology, world religions and world church, history of Christianity, liturgy, biblical studies, and systematic theology.



Tue Oct 23, 2018

Wed Oct 24, 2018

LANACC Panel Discussion: Celebrating Romero's Canonization

Location: Jenkins-Nanovic Halls, Room 1030A/B

Celebrating the Canonization of Saint Archbishop Óscar Romero

Wednesday, October 24

Jenkins Nanovic Hall Room 1030A/B

Panel Discussion at 4:30 pm with Todd Walatka, Rev. Robert Pelton, C.S.C., and Carmen Nanko-Fernández, The Catholic Theological Union, Chicago

Reception to follow at 6pm

For complete panel discussion schedule and event information visit kellogg.nd.edu/lanacc

Stories of Grace

Location: Alumni Hall Chapel

An evening of prayer and reflection. Hear members of the Notre Dame community sharing how they have learned to see God active in their daily life.

Featured storytellers include:

Sarah Ortiz (Lewis Hall, Class of 2019)
Patrick West (Alumni Hall, Class of 2020)
Lisa Anderson (Instructor, Center for Social Concerns)…

Fri Oct 26, 2018

The Concept of Woman Seminar

Location: Notre Dame Conference Center, Rm. 100-104

Registration is free but required.

Organized to mark the monumental achievement of Sr. Prudence Allen’s completion of the three-volume work, The Concept of Woman, this day-long seminar invites us to engage the vast historical and philosophical contribution of Sr. Allen’s work of tracing the development of the concept of woman from the pre-Socratics to the modern day. With an eye toward continuing the task masterfully laid out in The Concept of Woman

Sun Nov 4, 2018

Ratzinger's Introduction to Christianity at 50

Location: McKenna Hall

Organized to mark the 50th anniversary of Joseph Ratzinger’s Introduction to Christianity, ​this conference celebrates a seminal work of the Church’ preeminent theologian in the public sphere. 

The conference is free but registration is required here