Kevin Grove, CSC (Theology, Notre Dame) & Marianne Lloyd (Psychology, Seton Hall) investigate where cognitive psychology and theology intersect.
Single Life Is More Fundamental for Christianity Than Both Married and Religious Life
Michael Altenburger, PhD candidate in Systematic Theology at the University of Notre Dame, on the importance of forming Catholic singles.
The Mysteries of Life, Death, Life After Death, and Coco
Carolyn Pirtle, assistant director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, highlights the Mexican folk Catholic sources of the new Disney movie Coco.
Whose Liturgy? What Sacrifice?
Tim O'Malley, Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, reviews James K.A. Smith's new book Awaiting the King: Reforming Public Theology.
The Church Has a Morbid Streak
Jessica Keating, Dir. of the Office of Human Dignity and Life Initiatives at the Institute for Church Life, dives into the strange ironies of sainthood.
What Is the Catholic Worker Movement?
Casey Mullaney on Dorothy Day and others.
Notre Dame Football Premium Upgrades and Trash Removal
Luisa Mader, Church Life Intern - ND Institute for Church Life, tells two stories about Notre Dame Football in this installment of The Magnificat Project.
Can You Square the Feeding of the 5,000 with Science?
Noelle Johnson, Institute for Church Life intern in the Science & Religion Initiative, considers the compatibility of science and the Feeding of the 5,000.
Disability Debunks the Late Modern Myth of Radical Autonomy
Susan Selner-Wright, Chaput Chair in Philosophy at St. John Vianney Seminary, on how the push for radical autonomy dangerously excludes the disabled.
Everything Looks Different After Priestly Ordination
Aaron Pidel, SJ, Assistant Professor of Theology at Marquette University, gives you a look at the priestly state of life from the inside.
What is the Community of Sant'Egidio?
Daniel Philpott, Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, discusses how friendship is the bedrock of the Community of Sant'Egidio.
Life After Life After Death
Tim Kelleher, author, actor, filmmaker, and screenwriter, takes an unsparing look at the reality of (sudden) death and our ultimate ends.
Humor in the Bible
Charles Kestermeier, SJ, professor in Creighton University's English department, highlights the humorous passages in the Old and New Testaments.
What Is Communion and Liberation?
Sofia Carozza on how the CL movement makes her Catholic.
The Blessing of Marital Monotony
Richard Becker, husband, father of seven, nursing instructor, and religious educator, finds sanctification right in the middle of the monotony of marriage.
Jazz: A Foretaste of Eternal Life
Carolyn Pirtle, assistant director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, jams on how polyphonic music, especially jazz, images the communion of saints.
Belief in the Communion of Saints Isn't Optional
Leonard J. DeLorenzo, director of Notre Dame Vision, lays out why there is no doubt the communio sanctorum is central to a fully orthodox Catholic faith.