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.
- With Ash Wednesday now come and gone, Catholics everywhere embark on their journey of Lenten disciplines. Lenten penitence can quickly begin to feel rote. While there is still great spiritual benefit in denying ourselves dessert or Netfl...
- Renee Roden on the life of Thomas Becket as an icon of martyrdom.
- Renée Roden on planning.
- 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.