Renée D. Roden
Renée D. Roden is a Master of Theological Studies student at the University of Notre Dame and a graduate fellow of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
- Renée D. Roden, Notre Dame MTS graduate and freelance writer, reviews Oscars 2019 Best Picture nominee Vice.
- Renée Roden, Notre Dame MTS Graduate and freelance writer, reviews Oscars 2019 Best Picture nominee The Favourite.
- Renée Roden, graduate of ND's MTS program, gets beyond the Met Gala and reflects on the exhibition "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination."
- Renée Roden, ND MTS and Graduate Fellow at MICL, escapes the abstractions of mythopoesis by delving into the flesh and blood mysteries of the Virgin Mary.
- Renée D. Roden, ND MTS student and graduate fellow of the McGrath Institute for Church Life, serves up sacrifice without avocado to Millennials.
- SPOILER ALERT: This review of 2018 Oscar Best Picture nominee "Call Me By Your Name" does indeed contain spoilers.
- Renée Roden, ND MTS & Graduate Fellow at ICL, observes the strange interactions of East & West playing out in the cramped Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
- Renee Roden on the life of Thomas Becket as an icon of martyrdom. His martyrdom is not simply an expression of self-sacrifice. But authentic friendship.
- The dogma of the Immaculate Conception is a doctrine that continually mystifies me. Each year as December rolls around, I annually struggle to understand what exactly is so significant here that elevates this feast to a holy day of ...
- Renee Roden reviews a talk by Donna Frietas at the University of Notre Dame on the hook-up culture at Catholic universities.
- What does a Christian do in a election when faced with a difficult decision? Renee Roden on Rodrigues' decision in Silence as a way of forming consciences.
- Renee Roden uses some of Donald Trump's more salacious comments during the election season as an opportunity to examine her own conscience.