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.”
GLoria Purvis joins CLT to speak not merely about law and order, but indeed about sin and conversion.
What he thought he knew about kneeling changed when George Floyd was killed on May 25, 2020.
In late February, Pope Francis called the heads of the national conference of bishops from around the world to the Vatican to address the sexual abuse and leadership crisis wracking the church and the faithful. Kim Daniels is the associate director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, at Georgetown University. She joins us today to talk about the meeting in February, about reform in the church and what we can look for in terms of next steps.
The whole idea of social media is to make us more social to connect us, to bring us together. But do our experiences with social media tell us that’s what’s happening? Do we perhaps feel they’re actually instruments of isolation and division? Or on the other hand could social media really become a means of communion? My guest today is Father Harrison Ayre pastor of Holy Family Notre Dame Church in British Columbia who is also the cohost of the wildly popular podcast Clerically Speaking. Father Harrison recently participated in a panel discussion on the topic and friendship, communion and social media.