Monday, November 28, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
First Prize: $20 Starbucks gift certificate
Topic: Abortion: More than a Religious Issue
Deadline: Tuesday, November 29
Essays may be submitted by any students or alumni of the University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s College, or Holy Cross College. The inner will be featured in NDRTL’s newsletter, Footprints, and on the NDRTL website*. Essays of honorable mention may also be featured. Essays should be between 500 and 800 words (1-3 pages), although essays of greater or less length will be considered. It is recommended, though not required, to cite official Church documents. Essays may take any form of the author’s choosing, although they should be interesting and understandable to the general Notre Dame community. The essay is to respond to the specified topic, as stated above.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*All featured essays may be subject to editing.
Lectures Happening this Weekend!
November 10-12, the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture is hosting its annual Fall Conference. This year’s conference is entitled: “Radical Emancipation: Confronting the Challenge of Secularism.” Below are presentations of particular interest for Notre Dame Right to Life.
Friday, November 11
9:00-10:15 Panel Presentations
McKenna 210: Natural Family Planning, Contraception, and the Theology of the Body: The Practice of Virtue and the Need for Inter-traditional Discourse
McKenna 114: Human Dignity: Reason, Rights, and Revelation
McKenna 212: Bioethics and Moral Pluralism
McKenna 106: Anthropology: Evolutionary and Theological Perspectives
1:30-2:45 Invited Speakers
McKenna Auditorium: Christians and Aliens: Making Movies in a Culture of Death
3:15-4:30 Colloquium Sessions
McKenna Auditorium: Secularism and American Law
McKenna 212: Biology and the Roots of Human Dignity
McKenna 202: Secularism and Sexual Ethics
Saturday, November 12
9:00-10:15 Panel Discussions
McKenna 210-214: Defending the Sanctity of Life