In today's Refill: The latest episode of Morning Jolt with Sr. Ignatia Henneberry from the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration
Thank you for joining us for the second-part of our two-part conversation with Daniel Philpott, Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.
Have you ever thought about Eucharistic justice? Professor Daniel Philpott has.
Leonard DeLorenzo discusses the new novel End of Ending with the author, Josh Noem.
Leonard DeLorenzo is joined today by Jessica Keating, who serves as the director of the Office of Life and Human Dignity within the McGrath Institute for Church Life at Notre Dame.
It isn’t just about students: it is about their families, the community of faith, the very vision and life that is shared among people.
Dr. Tricia Bruce is back for the second of a two-part interview on her report “How Americans Understand Abortion.”
Dr. Tricia Bruce joins Leonard DeLorenzo for a two-part interview to discuss her report and to offer us some observations and insights about American attitudes towards abortion.
This episode is part two of a two-part discussion focusing on some of the decisions rendered by the Supreme Court in June and July 2020. My guest is again Prof. Rick Garnett of the University of Notre Dame Law school.
In June and early July 2020, we’ve heard news just about weekly of controversial or at least hotly contested Supreme Court decisions. Maybe you found yourself with strong reactions now again, but you weren’t totally clear about what you were reacting to. What, actually, was at stake in that case and what does the ruling really mean? I have questions like that, too, especially in cases that are of special interest to many Catholics or other religious believers: cases about religious liberty, immigration, healthcare mandates, and abortion law. To help us get better sense for some of these summer 2020 Supreme Court decisions and their ramifications, I’m happy to welcome back Rick Garnett Professor of Law and Concurrent Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, where he is also the founding director of the Program on Church, State, and Society. I’m your host, Leonard DeLorenzo and this is Church Life Today. This is part one of a two-part interview with Prof. Garnett.