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dCEC Director Honored by St. Thomas More Society of the Diocese of Dallas

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

Professor Snead receives St. Thomas More Red Mass award

The St. Thomas More Society of the Diocese of Dallas honored O. Carter Snead, professor of law at Notre Dame Law School and director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, at its annual Red Mass on October 9, 2021. The Society’s Red Mass invokes the guidance of the Holy Spirit in the securing of justice, and is celebrated each Fall to mark the beginning of the new legal term for the Texas courts.…

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Marian Schwartz on the Translator’s Vocation and Bringing the Work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to an English-Speaking Audience

Author: Kathryn Pitts and Chelsey Boyle

Marian Schwartz

Since June 20, 2016, when Steve Wrinn, director of the University of Notre Dame Press, received an unsolicited email from his friend the agent Jeremy Beer about publishing Nobel prize–winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s English translations, a partnership has grown that stretches from Notre Dame, IN, to Moscow, New York City, Washington, DC, and to Austin, TX, where the award-winning translator Marian Schwartz

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"March On, Notre Dame!" Highlights the University's Pro-Life Commitment

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

January 27, 2021 – The University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture has released a video entitled "March On, Notre Dame!" that highlights the University's commitment to building a culture of life, both on-campus and in the wider public square. Released to coincide with the virtual March for Life on January 29, the video and transcript are available now at ethicscenter.nd.edu/MarchOnND

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de Nicola Center’s Winter Conference to Discuss Our Obligations to One Another

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

dCEC Winter Conference 2021

The de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame will present a virtual conference January 12–14, 2021, “We Belong to Each Other,” featuring livestreamed presentations by Archbishop José H. Gomez, poet Dana Gioia, historian Elizabeth Lev, philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre, author Yuval Levin, public health expert Monique Chireau Wubbenhorst, and many others.…

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