Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Lecture: "Confident Pluralism and the University: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference"

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Location: Room 1030 - Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

We welcome John Inazu, Professor of Law and Religion at Washington University in St. Louis, to present on "Confident Pluralism and the University: Surviving and Thriving through Deep Difference."  Please join us for the talk and a complimentary lunch on Thursday, November 30, in Room 1030 of Jenkins and Nanovic Halls.

Lunch begins at noon - free and open to the public

 

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A Madrasa Discourses Panel: "Science and Religion as Partners in Peace?"

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

This Madrasa Discourses panel explores the relationship between science, religion, and peace.

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Opening Reception: New Faces Exhibition

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Location: A|AH|D Gallery

The Department of Art, Art History, & Design will exhibit work from 1st-year MFA students from November 30, 2017, to January 18, 2018, in the A|AH|D Gallery at O’Shaughnessy Hall. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, November 30, 5-7pm.

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Friday, December 1, 2017

First Friday Dinner (for Grad Students)

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Location: Coleman-Morse First Floor Lounge

Graduate students are encouraged to celebrate Mass as a community every Friday at 5:15 p.m. in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. On the first Friday of every month, graduate students of all faiths are invited to join their fellow students for dinner and socializing in the first-floor lounge of the Coleman-Morse Center at 6:15 p.m. Spouses and children are also encouraged to attend. RSVP

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Performance: Third Coast Percussion

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Third Coast ends their 5-year tenure as our Ensemble-in-Residence with a multimedia work featuring a new soundtrack to the 1966 Oscar-nominated children’s short film Paddle to the Sea. The hard-grooving Grammy winners round out the program with works by Philip Glass, Jacob Druckman, and Musekiwa Chingodza inspired by the ubiquity of water, its properties, and our wonder at the mysterious world teeming unseen within it.…

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Saturday, December 2, 2017

Holiday Gift Auction (sponsored by the Robinson Community Learning Center)

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Location: Robinson Community Learning Center, (921 Eddy St., South Bend)

Tickets are now available for this event which will raise money to take grade K-12 students to visit national monuments, colleges and museums. Purchasing tickets ($5 each) grants you admission into the event and enters you into a raffle. The afternoon includes entertainment, refreshments, and a silent and live auction. Prizes for the raffle vary from items like a free meal, ND water bottle, baseball cap, etc. See the flier

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Sunday, December 3, 2017

Crèche Pilgrimage: En Camino a Belén

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Location: Begins at Eck Visitors Center; Concludes at Main Building

Join the Notre Dame community for a bilingual pilgrimage through campus to view nativity sets from throughout Mexico.

FAMILIES WELCOME! Bring the baby Jesus from your home crèche for a blessing.

Begins at the Eck Visitors Center and travels to Morris Inn, Coleman-Morse Center, and ends with a blessing and reception at the Main Building.

Originally published at icl.nd.edu.

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Film: "Fukushima Mon Amour"

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Location: Browning Cinema

Fukushima Mon Amour

This drama from director/screenwriter Doris Dörrie was shot in black and white in the Fukushima region of Japan shortly after the triple disaster event that ravaged the nation in 2011. The story follows a young German woman named Marie (Rosalie Thomass) who travels to Fukushima with the foreign aid organization Clowns4Help to try and cheer up the residents living near the site of a nuclear meltdown. At first, the trip is not what Marie was expecting, but she soon finds a purpose by helping Satomi (Kaori Momoi), the last geisha living in Fukushima, piece her life back together.…

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Advent Lessons and Carols

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart

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The annual Advent Lessons and Carols service will feature all of the Basilica choirs, including the Notre Dame Liturgical Choir, Women’s Liturgical Choir, Folk Choir, Handbell Choir, and Basilica Schola. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, Bishop of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese will preside. All are welcome to attend.…

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Information Session: Spring 2018 Social Concerns Seminars

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Location: Geddes Hall, McNeill Library

Social concerns seminars are academic courses that create opportunities for students to engage in social analysis, work with community partners around the country, and reflect on their experience and its impact on individuals and communities.

Attend an information session to learn more about the spring 2018 seminars

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Vespers with the McGrath Institute for Church Life

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Location: Geddes Hall Chapel

Vespers

Join the McGrath Institute for Church Life in the Geddes Hall Chapel for Vespers, the evening prayer of the Church. 

This 30-minute prayer service is one of the longest-standing liturgical practices in the Christian tradition, predating even the Rule of St. Benedict. It includes music, a common recitation of the Psalms, and a brief reflection.

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Reading by Kellie Wells, 2017 Richard Sullivan Prize Winner

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Location: Hammes Campus Bookstore

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Kellie Wells the 2017 Richard Sullivan Prize Winner for her short story collection God, the Moon, and Other Megafauna reads at Notre Dame (location TBA) on December 6, 2017.

Kellie Wells graduated from the University of Kansas

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Information Session: Spring 2018 Social Concerns Seminars

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Location: Geddes Hall, McNeill Library

Social concerns seminars are academic courses that create opportunities for students to engage in social analysis, work with community partners around the country, and reflect on their experience and its impact on individuals and communities.

Attend an information session to learn more about the spring 2018 seminars

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Yoga in the Galleries

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Location: Snite Museum

Relax and recharge through Artful Yoga at the Snite Museum this semester. Join teacher Steve Krojniewski for this series of yoga classes that emphasizes the meditative frame of mind relevant both to experiencing a work of art and practicing yoga. Each yoga session this semester will take place in a different museum gallery.…

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Friday, December 8, 2017