Truly Christian and African: Notre Dame theologian Paulinus Odozor’s new book

Author: Michael O. Garvey

The election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Cardinal Archbishop of Buenos Aires, as Pope Francis nearly two years ago is only one illustration of how the Catholic Church has become less concentrated in Europe and North America than in the southern hemisphere. Notre Dame theologian Rev. Paulinus I. Odozor, C.S.Sp., is mindful of this shift in the Church’s center of gravity and alludes to it as he introduces his new book, “Morality Truly Christian, Truly African: Foundational, Methodological, and Theological Considerations.” Read More

2014: Year in Review

Author: Notre Dame News

The calendar year 2014 was filled with many notable moments of accomplishment, celebration and reflection at Notre Dame, including numerous academic and research distinctions. Read More

Colleges of Arts and Letters, Engineering launch new interdisciplinary minor in computing and digital technologies

Author: Carrie Gates

The College of Arts and Letters and the College of Engineering at Notre Dame will launch an interdisciplinary minor in computing and digital technologies (CDT) starting in fall 2015. The CDT minor will offer a foundation for Arts and Letters students interested in all facets of technology—from technology consulting and cybersecurity to the digital arts and humanities. Read More

Notre Dame Haiti Program dedicates new salt facility

Author: Marissa Gebhard

In partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and the Population, the Congregation of Holy Cross and other partners, the Notre Dame Haiti Program dedicated a new fortified salt production plant Dec. 8 in Delmas, Haiti. Read More

ACE launches $1M project to improve reading outcomes in Haitian Catholic schools

Author: William Schmitt

Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) Haiti initiative recently launched its “Haiti Reads” project, an innovative literacy program in 52 Haitian Catholic schools. Working in partnership with the Haitian Episcopal Commission for Catholic Education (CEEC) and Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the project began in the summer and is supported by a $1 million grant from an anonymous foundation, as well as additional funding and staff support from CRS and ACE. Read More

New Notre Dame-IUSM study examines important Ebola protein

Author: William G. Gilroy

A new study by Robert Stahelin, an adjunct associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Notre Dame and an associate professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend, investigates how the most abundant protein that composes the Ebola virus, VP40, mediates replication of a new viral particle. Read More

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