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Theology Alumnus Ministers From the Bench

Author: Kevin Brennan

As presiding judge of the Marion County Superior Court, David Certo ’93 doles out his unique brand of ministry from inside a courtroom that is turning heads in Indianapolis for its innovative and compassionate approach to criminal justice. Read More

Notre Dame theologians explore life, death and resurrection in Rwanda

Author: Michael O. Garvey

"Return to Rwanda: A Journey of Hope"

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The genocide in Rwanda, whose 20th anniversary is being observed worldwide this month, began only a few days after Easter. That the hatred that cost the lives of a million people in this overwhelmingly Christian country could be unleashed so near to Holy Week seems paradoxical, ironic or even blasphemous. Read More

Theology Student Participates in HHS Mandate Panel Discussion

Author: Emily Hammock

A panel discussion, titled “After the Mandate: The Consequences of Compliance,” was held April 15 in the Carey Auditorium of the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Library.

Panelists included Notre Dame Theology Major Erin Stoyell-Mulholland. Erin spoke as a student representative and discussed the message that the HHS mandate sends to women about their success and their health. She also analyzed the government's view of women versus the Catholic Church's. The panel also  Read More

Theology Students Honored with Leadership Awards

Author: Ann Hastings


The University of Notre Dame’s Division of Student Affairs recognized seven students with awards at the annual Student Leadership Awards Banquet on Tuesday (April 1), including a new award recognizing a graduating senior whose contributions have significantly advanced diversity and inclusion efforts within the University of Notre Dame community. Read More

Theology Students Participate in Conference on Civil Marriage

Author: Michael O. Garvey


A conference on the political and social significance of civil marriage will be held Thursday (April 3) in the University of Notre Dame’s McKenna Hall.

The conference, “For Richer, For Poorer, For Children: The Definition and Importance of Civil Marriage,” is being sponsored by Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP), a Notre Dame student organization. Read More