Upcoming Events

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Tailgate: ND vs. Michigan

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Location: Geddes Hall Quad

Tailgate

Save the date to join us for food, fellowship, and fun at a Center for Ethics and Culture Tailgate! We'll cheer on the Irish before two home games this year: September 1 (vs. Michigan) and September 29 (vs. Stanford). Join us on the lawn south of Geddes Hall for this family-friendly event. We'll see you there. No RSVP necessary. Go Irish!

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Tailgate: ND vs. Stanford

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Location: Geddes Hall Quad

Tailgating Family

Save the date to join us for food, fellowship, and fun at a Center for Ethics and Culture Tailgate! We'll cheer on the Irish before two home games this year: September 1 (vs. Michigan) and September 29 (vs. Stanford). Join us on the lawn south of Geddes Hall for this family-friendly event. We'll see you there. No RSVP necessary. Go Irish!

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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Fall Conference: Higher Powers (Nov. 1–3, 2018)

Location: TBA

Fall Conference - Higher Powers Logo

What is the proper relationship between God, the human person, and the state? In a 1993 address, Nobel Laureate Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn observed that, “having refused to recognize the unchanging Higher Power above us, we have filled that space with personal imperatives, and suddenly life has become a harrowing prospect indeed.” Twenty-five years after Solzhenitsyn’s address, and one hundred years after his birth, the Center for Ethics and Culture’s 19th Annual Fall Conference will consider how every human pursuit can be oriented toward higher powers and reflect on the true measures of social progress, the role of morality in law and politics, and the dynamics of liberty, dignity, self-sacrifice, and the good in public life.…

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Bread of Life Dinner with Ernest Morrell

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Location: TBA

Every semester since Spring 2009, the Center has hosted Bread of Life dinner discussions. The event is designed to provide an opportunity for Notre Dame undergraduates and faculty to meet, reflect on, and discuss their attitudes toward beginning-of-life issues. Bread of Life is especially meant to attract students who might not already be strongly committed to the Church’s teachings on these issues but who are open to exploring them. …

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