Clubs

The Theology Club aims to create an opportunity for students to engage in intellectual and spiritual reflection on God and theological topics so as to grow in faith. 

This group is led from a Catholic perspective, but students need not be of any particular faith tradition to join. Students from all majors and colleges are welcome. The club hosts a number of events throughout the course of the academic year, including guided art discussions at the Snite Museum, movie watches, lectures from Theology Department professors, and much more.

In addition, it sponsors the all-new Zossima Project, a commission created to write and publish articles on liturgical theology in such publications as the Irish Rover and the Observer. For more information or to be added to our email list, please email theoclub@nd.edu.

Majors Advisory Council

The Majors Advisory Council (MAC) is comprised of current Theology majors and minors who have been chosen based on their engagement with the program to serve as an advisory board for faculty and staff regarding the direction of the undergraduate program.

2021-2022 MAC Members
 

Kiernan Emmons Mac2020

My name is Kieran Emmons, and I'm a senior majoring in Theology and Political Science. Beyond the Bend, I live in Rockville Centre, NY, but at Notre Dame I call Zahm House my home. Through two short years studying Theology at ND, I have encountered a wealth of tradition and knowledge, deeply-moving and enriching texts, and a department filled with some incredibly passionate individuals. With my peers on the MAC, I hope to encourage student engagement with our fantastic Theology department and contribute to its future growth wherever possible.




 

Rebecca Fried

My name is Rebecca Fried, and I’m a junior majoring in Philosophy and Theology. I am originally from the DC area, and am currently living in Lyons Hall. I am passionate about studying theology because it helps me to grow in my understanding of and love for God. I have found the theology classes at Notre Dame not only to be engaging, but also to have direct bearings on how I live my life as a Christian. Coming from a Protestant background, I especially value the opportunity to engage with Catholic ideas, and am thankful for the free dialogue that the Notre Dame theology department encourages. I am very excited to be on the MAC this year, and look forward to seeing how God works in the events, conversations, and relationships built through this program.

 

MAC members are also great sources of information for current students who may have questions about academic direction, extracurricular activities, and general college life.  If you have questions or suggestions about the major, courses, etc., feel free to contact theo@nd.edu