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Busted Halo Show w/Fr. Dave Dwyer
Dr. Timothy O'Malley Examines What It Means To Be a Eucharistic People

Busted Halo Show w/Fr. Dave Dwyer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 14:18


As the American Church embarks on a three-year Eucharistic Revival, Dr. Timothy O'Malley joins the Busted Halo Show to discuss his new book “Becoming Eucharistic People: The Hope and Promise of Parish Life.” O'Malley is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' executive planning team for the Revival, as well as director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life and academic director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy.

The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 133 with Nicholas Buccola, Keen and Reflective and Innovative Political Scientist, Historian, and Author of The Fire is Upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr. and The Debate...

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 68:43


Episode 133 Notes and Links to Nick Buccola's Work        On Episode 133 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Nick Buccola, and the two discuss, among other topics, Nick's early love of story and history, formative and inspiring assignments and teachers in his early education, the effects of the innovative and supportive and brilliant educators at Santa Clara University that nudged him towards his studies in political science and history, ideas of objectivity in writing, his book on Frederick Douglass, and his seminal work on the famous debate between William F. Buckley, Jr. and James Baldwin, with all of its attendant themes and connections to today's world.       Nick Buccola is a writer, lecturer, and teacher who specializes in the area of American political thought. He is author of The Fire Is upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr., and the Debate over Race in America, as well as a fellow Santa Clara University alum. Nick Buccola's Website   William F. Buckley and James Baldwin's Legendary Debate   Buy The Fire Is Upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr., and the Debate Over Race in America   The Atlantic Article-Review of Book: “The Famous Baldwin-Buckley Debate Still Matters Today”   Nick summarizes the book in a video for Linfield University   Nick speaks about the book with the Notre Dame Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Gov.       At about 1:40, Nick talks about his relationship with words and language and story   At about 4:40, Nick discusses key moments in his reading and literary life throughout school, including Ms. Kraut's spirited reading aloud in class, and Ms. Crawford, the “politically pugnacious” junior high teacher   At about 7:15, Nick cites some transformational and inspirational teachers along his educational journey, particularly those who helped him foster a love of history and political science At about 9:20, Nick shares a cool fact about his Ph. D. invitation list    At about 9:45, Nick gives background on his early writing as he worked toward graduate degrees and publication; he shouts out Santa Clara University Professor Terri Perretti's encouragement    At about 13:15, The two discuss the impact of the Jesuits and their sense of inquiry; Nick cites a shared professor, Father Mark Ravizza, and his innovation and brilliance   At about 16:00, The two nerd out about the Decalog, a movie series explored through a class at SCU   At about 16:45, Nick and Pete agree on the power of class discussion    At about 18:00, Nick provides background for his writing on Frederick Douglass   At about 21:25, Pete asks Nick about “seeds” for his book on the famous debate between William F. Buckley and James Baldwin   At about 25:30, The two discuss the effects of Baldwin's speeches on their respective students    At about 26:50, Nick discusses ideas of objectivity and subjectivity in his writing of the book   At about 32:25, Nick discusses a debating technique that Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts highlighted-”The Jimmy”   At about 33:40, Pete and Nick detail the book's structure that serves to lead up to the debate itself, as well as the characterizations of Buckley and Baldwin that informed the scenes    At about 35:55, Nick dips a toe into the water in giving his experience with the book and lessons learned on craft   At about 39:30, The fathers/stepfathers of the two debaters are discussed as written about in the book and how these fathers affected their sons' worldviews     At about 43:50, The two lay out Baldwin's “cosmopolitan” lifestyle and formative years in his 20s and Buckley's Yale experience and its effect on his writing and later ideas   At about 45:20, Nick speaks to the ideas expressed in Buckley's writing about Yale and today's ideas of “liberalization” on college campuses   At about 49:20, Nick sets out Baldwin's views of debate and knowledge and questioning   At about 50:20, The two discuss Baldwin and Buckley's actions in the 1950s, especially their publications, that help them crystallize some of their signature ideas and ideals     At about 52:50, Nick discusses Buckley's attempts to distance himself from white supremacy in some ways while also espousing clearly racist views   At about 55:45, Nick compares ideas espoused by Buckley and comparisons to modern-day political coverage    At about 56:45, Nick puts Baldwin's political outlook in perspective    At about 57:20, George Wallace and his connection to the book's events is discussed    At about 1:01:00, Some generalities of the debate itself are discussed, with Baldwin's strong start and debating style and subject matter particularly emphasized, including the book's Epilogue    At about 1:03:40, Nick shares some concluding remarks about “coming to terms with history” as inspired by James Baldwin   At about 1:05:00, Nick shouts out bookstores like Powell's and Bookshop to buy the book and gives contact information/social media information   At about 1:06:15, Pete highlights book endorsements by Whoopi Goldberg, The Atlantic (writer Gabrielle Bellot), and Ibram X. Kendi     You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.  This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form.     The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.     Please tune in for Episode 134 with Kirstin Chen, professor of creative writing at the University of San Francisco and in Ashland University's Low-Residency MFA Program. She is The New York Times best-selling author of three novels, and her latest, Counterfeit, out now, is the June '22 Reese's Book Club pick     The episode will air on July 18.

Tradition Podcast
Contemporary (Neo-)Hasidut and Modern Orthodoxy

Tradition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 57:06 Very Popular


In this episode of the TRADITION/Or Chadash series, Shlomo Zuckier discusses the presence of Hasidism in contemporary Modern Orthodox life. Alon Meltzer queries Zuckier about his contribution to TRADITION's “Rabbi Lamm Memorial Volume,” which analyzed R. Lamm's approach to Hasidut and how it formulated a key element in his manifesto of Torah u-Madda. Exploring the idea of academia and secular learning through the lens of gashmiyut, physical pursuit, and the elevation of it, Zuckier considers the role it played within Modern Orthodoxy, Yeshiva University, and the modern question of the rise of neo-Hasidut within the larger, contemporary Jewish world. Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Zuckier, a member of TRADITION's editorial board, is a Research Fellow at the Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion, and a faculty member at Drisha Institute. He most recently edited “Contemporary Uses and Forms of Hasidut” (Orthodox Forum).  Read “Study (of Hasidut) is Great, for It Leads to Action: Two Generations of Hasidut at Yeshiva University”: https://traditiononline.org/study-of-hasidut-is-great-for-it-leads-to-actiontwo-generations-of-hasidut-at-yeshiva-university Watch a video recording of this and all the episodes in this series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtyQnp_keuFRLsi-jDYN47ADJwrBOlH6q

Notre Dame - Constitutional Studies Lectures
"How to Protect Free Speech from Big Tech" - Philip Hamburger

Notre Dame - Constitutional Studies Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 74:09


Public lecture titled: "How to Protect Free Speech from Big Tech", by Philip Hamburger, Maurice & Hilda Friedman Professor of Law, Columbia Law School. Presented by the Notre Dame Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government on Thursday, March 24, 2022 at the University of Notre Dame. More information at constudies.nd.edu

Identity/Crisis
Norman Lamm and American Orthodoxy

Identity/Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 42:41


Norman Lamm was a rabbi and the longtime leader of Yeshiva University who championed the idea that Orthodox Jews could maintain their faith while engaging with modern society. Our special guest host, Elana Stein Hain, is joined by Avi Helfand, a Hartman Senior Fellow, Shlomo Zuckier, a David Hartman Center Fellow and a Research Fellow at the Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion, and Tova Warburg Sinensky, a member of the Frisch School faculty and Rabbi Lamm’s granddaughter, to discuss the life of Rabbi Lamm, the value of secular learning in a religious Jewish context, and how to actualize his legacy today.

The ThinkND Podcast
Advent Music and Christmas Movies with Carolyn Pirtle

The ThinkND Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 29:52


 Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Carolyn Pirtle to explore the sounds of advent, the films of Christmas, and more besides. Carolyn is the Director for the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the McGrath Institute for Church Life. 

Catholic Preaching
Completing the Good Work God Has Begun, Second Sunday of Advent (C), December 4, 2021

Catholic Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 8:19


Fr. Roger J. Landry Chapel of the Notre Dame Center, Jerusalem Leonine Forum Pilgrimage to the Holy Land Second Sunday of Advent, Year C (Vigil) December 4, 2021 Bar 5:1-9, Ps 126, Phil 1:4-6.8-11, Lk 3:1-6   To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below:  https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/12.4.21_Vigil_Homily_1.mp3   The following points were […] The post Completing the Good Work God Has Begun, Second Sunday of Advent (C), December 4, 2021 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.

Notre Dame - Constitutional Studies Lectures

Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the 2021 Tocqueville Lecture on September 16, 2021 at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at Notre Dame. Presented by the Notre Dame Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government. More information about the lecture can be found at constudies.nd.edu. About Justice Thomas Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice, was born in the Pinpoint community near Savannah, Georgia on June 23, 1948. He attended Conception Seminary from 1967-1968 and received an A.B., cum laude, from College of the Holy Cross in 1971 and a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1974. He was admitted to law practice in Missouri in 1974, and served as an Assistant Attorney General of Missouri, 1974-1977; an attorney with the Monsanto Company, 1977-1979; and Legislative Assistant to Senator John Danforth, 1979-1981. From 1981-1982 he served as Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, and as Chairman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1982-1990. From 1990-1991, he served as a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. President Bush nominated him as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court and he took his seat October 23, 1991. He married Virginia Lamp on May 30, 1987 and has one child, Jamal Adeen by a previous marriage.

The Living Church Podcast
Atonement: East and West

The Living Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 41:47


Encountering Orthodoxy can feel, to Westerners, like a real re-orientation (pardon the pun) of their understanding of Christianity. A supposed point of departure, even contention, between East and West has traditionally been in their theologies of salvation—specifically in the atonement. What has Christ done for us? That question shapes entire lives, entire cultures. In his book Deification Through the Cross: An Eastern Christian Theology of Salvation, the Rev. Dr. Khaled Anatolios lays out the premise that, the deeper you go into Christian tradition, into the doctrine of salvation—which is to say, into the accounts of faithful Christians' exploration of what Jesus has done for them—the more you find a unified doctrine of salvation that East and West fully share and embrace. We've brought on three guests today for a conversation about just this question. Our first guest is Dr. Marcus Plested. Marcus is Henri de Lubac Chair in Theology at Marquette University, and has taught, lectured, and published widely in patristic, Byzantine, and modern Orthodox theology. He is the author of two books to date: The Macarian Legacy: The Place of Macarius-Symeon in the Eastern Christian Tradition and Orthodox Readings of Aquinas. He also taught at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge for 13 years. Dr. Joshua McManaway is our other guest. Josh is visiting assistant professor of the practice in the theology department at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses principally on early and Medieval Christianity. Our third guest and moderator is Dr. Timothy O'Malley. Tim is the director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life and academic director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. He specializes in liturgical-sacramental theology, marriage and family, catechesis, and spirituality. Now strap on your knapsacks for another ecumenical adventure. Are you bringing along a rosary, or a prayer rope? Try THE LIVING WORD PLUS free for 30 days --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-church/support

Big Blue View: for New York Giants fans
Notre Dame Center Jarrett Patterson Prospect Profile and Week 5 College Football Games To Watch

Big Blue View: for New York Giants fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 23:48


Joe DeLeone and Chirs Pflum break down 2022 NFL draft Prospect Jarrett Patterson and preview Week 5 of college football Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sojourner Truth Radio
Aminah Elster & Alex Makulit On Sex Worker Rights & Forced Sterilizations

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 14:37


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: July 13, 2021 - Haiti Crisis, Sex Worker Rights & Forced Sterilizations

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 55:41


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: July 13, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 4:40


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: July 13, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 4:40


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Kevin Pina On Crisis In Haiti

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 28:04


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Aminah Elster & Alex Makulit On Sex Worker Rights & Forced Sterilizations

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 14:37


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Kevin Pina On Crisis In Haiti

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 28:04


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: July 13, 2021 - Haiti Crisis, Sex Worker Rights & Forced Sterilizations

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 55:41


Today on Sojourner Truth: Misinformation and jockeying for power. The latest on the situation in Haiti and the U.S. response following the assassination of Haiti's President, Jovenel Moise. It has been almost a week since Moise was assassinated in his home, yet many questions remain up in the air. What were Colombian ex-military members doing in Haiti? How did the assailants get through a fortified compound, defended by Haitian security forces, with no other deaths? Our guest is journalist and Haiti expert Kevin Pina. Kevin also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. In an effort to stem the tide of the criminalization of crimes of poverty, the US PROStitutes Collective has come together with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners and other organizations to launch a Know Your Rights campaign. This includes an update on the demand for reparations for those who were illegally and forcibly sterilized in California prisons. Our guests are Aminah Elster and Alex Makulit. Aminah Elster is a Campaign and Policy Coordinator with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners where she leads its campaign to end coercive sterilization practices in women's prisons. Alex Makulit is an organizer with US PROS based in the Bay Area.

BeyoND Study Abroad
Episode 15: Study Abroad Scholarships

BeyoND Study Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 32:32


Notre Dame offers an immense amount of resources for students to combat the daunting idea of finances involved in studying abroad. Listen to this episode with a pen and paper in hand ready to write down the dozens of study abroad scholarship and grant opportunities offered! In this episode, Elise Rudt, National Fellowships Senior Program Manager at the Notre Dame Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement, explains the resources available at Notre Dame to assist students in finding and applying for study abroad scholarships. We also hear from Tia Wilson, a current Notre Dame senior, on how the Gilman Scholarship assisted her along her study abroad programs in South Africa and Dublin in 2019. Contact Information: erudt@nd.edu https://cuse.nd.edu/fellowships/fellowships/

Sojourner Truth Radio
Kevin Pina On Haiti 2021 Protests & US Foreign Policy

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 14:28


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Earth Watch: Silvia Ribeiro On Geoengineering

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 8:28


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Peggy O'Mara On Child Tax Credits & Biden Stimulus Package

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 23:21


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: March 11, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 5:20


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: March 11, 2021 - Child Tax Credits, Haiti, Geoengineering

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 58:03


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Earth Watch: Silvia Ribeiro On Geoengineering

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 8:28


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Kevin Pina On Haiti 2021 Protests & US Foreign Policy

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 14:28


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Peggy O'Mara On Child Tax Credits & Biden Stimulus Package

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 23:21


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: March 11, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 5:20


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: March 11, 2021 - Child Tax Credits, Haiti, Geoengineering

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 58:03


Today on Sojourner Truth: We take a look at the American Rescue Plan 2021, the stimulus package expected to be signed by U.S. President Joe Biden. It is a $1.9 trillion package intended to speed up the recovery of the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes what some are hailing as a historic move: child tax credits. Our guest is Peggy OMara, an independent journalist who edits and publishes peggyomara.com. She was the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her books include Having a Baby Naturally, Natural Family Living, The Way Back Home and A Quiet Place. Peggy has conducted workshops at Omega Institute, Esalen, Hollyhock, La Leche League, and Bioneers. What's going on in Haiti? The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee will begin hearings on Haiti, including policy recommendations for the administration of Joe Biden. The hearing is being called for by Congressman Gregory W. Meeks from New York City, who serves as Chair of the Committee. One of the hearings is a closed session meeting. Why are grassroots activists for democracy on the ground concerned about what voices will not be heard during the meeting? Our guest is Kevin Pina is an American journalist, filmmaker and educator. Pina also serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing, the University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science, and the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Lastly, our weekly Earth Watch. Today, we focus on the environmental impacts of geoengineering. Our guest is Uruguay-based Silvia Ribeiro. Silvia is the Latin American Director of ETC Group (the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration). She is a well-known lecturer, writer, editor and educator on emerging technologies (including geoengineering and biotechnology) and collaborates with a wide spectrum of Latin American organizations and social movements.

Explicitly Pro-Life
What Will The Abortion Industry Do Next? | Rich Doerflinger | Episode 89

Explicitly Pro-Life

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 33:29


Could opposing equal rights help save babies? Rich Doerflinger, a Fellow of Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, sits down with Kristan Hawkins to discuss the complex issues around the bill called 'The Equality Act', and its effect on Pro-Life policies.

The ThinkND Podcast
A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome, Part 1: Intro: From the dark wood to Rome

The ThinkND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 59:15 Transcription Available


Episode Topic: Intro: From the dark wood to RomeWhen Dante is lost in the dark wood of sin, the soul of the Roman poet Virgil is sent from Heaven to rescue him and guide him on his way to salvation through Hell and Purgatory. Dante's journey is immediately compared to Aeneas's voyage to Italy where his offspring will found the city of Rome, the subject of Virgil's epic poem Aeneid. Featured Speakers: Theodore J. Cachey, Professor of Italian and the Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies, University of Notre Dame; Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies David Lummus, Visiting Professor of Italian and Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian StudiesChiara Sbordoni, Adjunct Professor of Italian, University of Notre Dame Rome Global GatewayRead this episode's recap over on the University of Notre Dame's open online learning community platform, ThinkND: go.nd.edu/3f0de7. This podcast is a part of the Rome Book Club ThinkND Series titled “A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome”.

The ThinkND Podcast
A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome, Part 3: Hell's Vineyard (Inferno 13)

The ThinkND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 61:42


Episode Topic: Hell's Vineyard (Inferno 13)Dante and Virgil are in the seventh circle of Hell where violence is punished. In the second section, those who had been violent to themselves have been transformed into trees. Pier delle Vigne, Holy Emperor Frederick II's adviser, almost a contemporary of Dante, is condemned to this part of Hell for committing suicide.Featured Speakers: Theodore J. Cachey, Professor of Italian and the Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies, University of Notre Dame; Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies David Lummus, Visiting Professor of Italian and Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian StudiesChiara Sbordoni, Adjunct Professor of Italian, University of Notre Dame Rome Global GatewayRead this episode's recap over on the University of Notre Dame's open online learning community platform, ThinkND: go.nd.edu/f8d8e0.This podcast is a part of the Rome Book Club ThinkND Series titled “A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome”.

The ThinkND Podcast
A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome, Part 4: A Hell of a City: Infernal Rome (Inferno 18 & 27)

The ThinkND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 61:53


Episode Topic: A Hell of a City: Infernal Rome (Inferno 18 & 27)In Inferno 18, Dante and Virgil enter Malebolge (or Evil Pouches) in the eighth circle of Hell where fraud is punished. In the first pouch, the crowd of panderers and seducers conjures up the image of the pilgrims who go to Rome for the first jubilee promoted by Pope Boniface VIII in 1300, the same year in which Dante's journey is set. Inferno 27 narrates the encounter with Guido da Montefeltro, a fraudulent counselor to the same Pope Boniface VIII. This infernal portrait of the holy city and its Pope leads up to the encounter with Satan at the bottom of Hell and the lowest point in the Cosmos.Featured Speakers: Theodore J. Cachey, Professor of Italian and the Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies, University of Notre Dame; Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies David Lummus, Visiting Professor of Italian and Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian StudiesChiara Sbordoni, Adjunct Professor of Italian, University of Notre Dame Rome Global GatewayRead this episode's recap over on the University of Notre Dame's open online learning community platform, ThinkND: go.nd.edu/39c725.This podcast is a part of the Rome Book Club ThinkND Series titled “A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome”.

The ThinkND Podcast
A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome, Part 2: Paolo and Francesca: Words of Desire (Inferno 5)

The ThinkND Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 59:45


Episode Topic: Paolo and Francesca: Words of Desire (Inferno 5)Dante and his guide Virgil are in the second circle of Hell, where lust, one of the sins of incontinence, is eternally punished in the 'hellish squall.' Here, the two poets meet Dido, the Carthaginian queen who loved Aeneas, and Paolo and Francesca, two contemporary lovers.Featured Speakers: Theodore J. Cachey, Professor of Italian and the Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies, University of Notre Dame; Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies David Lummus, Visiting Professor of Italian and Co-Director, University of Notre Dame Center for Italian StudiesChiara Sbordoni, Adjunct Professor of Italian, University of Notre Dame Rome Global GatewayRead this episode's recap over on the University of Notre Dame's open online learning community platform, ThinkND: go.nd.edu/9bb317 .This podcast is a part of the Rome Book Club ThinkND Series titled “A Hell of a City: Dante's Inferno on the Road to Rome”.Episode Topic: Paolo and Francesca: Words of Desire (Inferno 5)

Alliance for Catholic Education
Chrissy Trinter: Education, Energized.

Alliance for Catholic Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 39:56


From the delicacy of ice cream to the intersection of mathematics and Catholic Social Teaching. Chrissy Trinter, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education of the ACE Teaching Fellows and in the Notre Dame Center for STEM Education, shares some thoughts on mathematics and Catholic Social Teaching, her passion for students' human flourishing, Star Wars and why you won't see her singing karaoke any time soon.

Church Life Today
Carolyn Pirtle on Advent Music and Christmas Movies

Church Life Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 29:46


There is nothing not to like about today’s episode. Advent music, Christmas movies, and obsessive concern with “progressive solemnity,” with both well-reasoned and unfounded opinions mixed in. Joining me today is Carolyn Pirtle, program director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. She’s going to take us through the sounds Advents, the films of Christmas, and more besides.

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
LaMelo and the 2020 NBA Draft Crapshoot; Quick Season Turnaround; Guest: Former Notre Dame Center Phil Hickey

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 57:28


In this episode, Doug explains why the 2020 NBA Draft is even more of a crapshoot than normal, and the short offseason and quick turnaround for a 2021 season. This week's guest is Doug's former Notre Dame teammate Phil Hickey reflects on his time in South Bend, overcoming a fear of flying, his overseas career, eating reindeer, and his post basketball career in tech and growing the massively popular app Angry Birds. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
All Ball - LaMelo and the 2020 NBA Draft Crapshoot; Quick Season Turnaround; Guest: Former Notre Dame Center Phil Hickey

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 57:28


In this episode, Doug explains why the 2020 NBA Draft is even more of a crapshoot than normal, and the short offseason and quick turnaround for a 2021 season. This week's guest is Doug's former Notre Dame teammate Phil Hickey reflects on his time in South Bend, overcoming a fear of flying, his overseas career, eating reindeer, and his post basketball career in tech and growing the massively popular app Angry Birds. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Catholic Women Preach
July 26, 2020: Finding True Joy with Anne Koester

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2020 7:17


Preaching for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Anne Koester offers a reflection on finding and sparking joy: "We should find joy simply in sharing the Good News of salvation in Jesus Christ and in building up the reign of God by loving others – as in everyone – not a select few, not just the ones we like or could benefit us, not just the ones whom we think are like us – but loving everyone. The people who make us uncomfortable, those whom we don’t personally know, those who are very different from ourselves, those who need our listening hearts and who likely will not give us some advantage. But here we will find deep and ever-lasting joy." Anne Koester is with Georgetown University, Washington, DC, where she has been an adjunct instructor with the Theology Department since 2003. She also oversees the RCIA process and is co-facilitator of the “Women Who Stayed” initiative at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in DC. A former trial lawyer, Anne studied theology, with a concentration in liturgy, at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota. She has worked at the Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy and the Georgetown Center for Liturgy. From 2004-2007, Anne served on the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Women in the Church and Society. She is a member of the North American Academy of Liturgy and its Christian Initiation Seminar group. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/07262020 to learn more about Anne, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

Logos Institute Podcast
Justice and Reconciliation - Patrick T. Smith, Michelle Panchuk, Esau McCaulley, and Kevin Diller

Logos Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 62:35


This is episode 53 of the Logos Institute Podcast, and it is the eleventh in a series of episodes making the contents of the Logos Conference 2019 available. In this episode, you will hear Dr Esau McCaully (Wheaton College), Dr Michelle Panchuk (Murray State University), Prof Patrick T. Smith (Duke Divinity School), and Dr Kevin Diller (Taylor University) discuss whether reconciliation is a condition on justice or justice a condition on reconciliation. The session was also moderated by Dr Amy Peeler (Wheaton College). If you've enjoyed listening to this panel, please see other content from our guests: Esau McCaulley 1. Faculty Page - https://www.wheaton.edu/academics/faculty/esau-mccaulley/ 2. Personal Homepage – https://esaumccaulley.com Michelle Panchuk 1. Personal Homepage - http://michellepanchuk.com/ 2. What is Religious Trauma?" (w/Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BQF7qvtkGQ Patrick T. Smith 1. Faculty Page - https://divinity.duke.edu/faculty/patrick-smith 2. Theological Ethics for the Public Good - https://stories.divinity.duke.edu/patrick-smith/ Kevin Diller 1. Faculty Page - https://www.taylor.edu/employee/faculty/kevin-diller To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@LogosInst) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

Church Life Today
Carolyn Pirtle

Church Life Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2019 29:01


The beauty and challenge of Advent is to make room for Christ. We are called to be intentional with our time and to create intentional spaces that open us to his coming. On today’s show, we will explore traditional Advent practices of time and space with my friend and colleague, Carolyn Pirtle. Carolyn is the program director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, here in the McGrath Institute for Church Life. She oversees the planning and facilitation of the Center’s signature events, including the annual summer symposium (“Liturgy Week”), and other annual events like the Marian Procession and May Crowning, and one of the topics of today’s show: the International Crèche Exhibit and Pilgrimage. She also happens to have a lot of degrees, including a master’s in music theory-composition, another master’s in sacred music, and a third master’s in theology. She brings all that wisdom and experience here to join me, Leonard DeLorenzo, on Church Life Today. ------ Live: www.redeemerradio.com Follow Redeemer Radio on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @RedeemerRadio Follow McGrath Institute for Church Life on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @McGrathND Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Google Play | SoundCloud

Logos Institute Podcast
Michelle Panchuk on #ChurchToo, Charitable Listening & Religious Trauma

Logos Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2019 28:17


This is episode 31 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it we (Jonathan Rutledge & Christa McKirland) dialogue with Dr Michelle Panchuk (Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Murray State University) about some of her recent work on hermeneutical injustice and its relationship to religious trauma. This is the final part of the interview, so listen to the previous episode if you want the fuller context. Also, if want to skip around through the interview, here are a few timestamps to help: 0:54 - #ChurchToo and #MeToo 2:55 - Kristie Dotson's Notion of Contributory Injustice 3:30 - Microaggressions 4:35 - Practical Suggestions to Undermine Hermeneutical Injustice 5:15 - Charitable Listening & Inclusive Voices as Correctives for Hermeneutical Injustice 9:27 - Empirical Science and Diverse Voices 10:39 - What are some particular concepts in religion that might tend to be used to bring about hermeneutical injustices? 13:27 - Connection to the Problem of Evil 14:06 - Selflessness vs self-givingness 15:41 - What about patriarchal concepts in the history of religious traditions? 20:23 - How did you become interested in this topic? 23:47 - Reflections on the Logos Conference 24:51 - Hermeneutical Injustice & Exegesis; some tentative guidelines If you've enjoyed listening to our interview, please see other content from our guest: 1. Michelle Panchuk - http://michellepanchuk.com/ 2. What is Religious Trauma?" (w/Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BQF7qvtkGQ To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

Logos Institute Podcast
Michelle Panchuk on Hermeneutical Injustice & Religious Trauma

Logos Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2019 23:21


This is episode 30 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it we (Jonathan Rutledge & Christa McKirland) dialogue with Dr Michelle Panchuk (Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Murray State University) about some of her recent work on hermeneutical injustice and its relationship to religious trauma. This is only part 1 of the interview, so we have much more to come. If you're interested in looking ahead, here are a few time stamps to help: 1:58 - Dr Panchuk's Background 3:31 - On dialogue between theology and philosophy 7:54 - Principles of integrity for working on religious trauma scholarship 10:07 - What is Hermeneutical Injustice? 15:14 - What is trauma? 16:15 - What is Religious trauma? 17:08 - Is it reasonable to be a religious trauma skeptic? 19:37 - A first look at some connections between hermeneutical injustice and religious trauma If you've enjoyed listening to our interview, please see other content from our guest: 1. Michelle Panchuk - http://michellepanchuk.com/ 2. What is Religious Trauma?" (w/Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BQF7qvtkGQ To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast
Episode 12 – The Participation of Little Children in the Sacred Liturgy – with Dr. Timothy O’Malley

Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast