Tag: Notre Dame

  • The Bartender That Knows Everyone’s Name

    The Bartender That Knows Everyone’s Name

    Murf’s “favors” sometimes register as tough love, especially when he’s trying to protect students from recklessness. “When kids come in on their 21st birthdays asking for shots, I don’t do it. I’ll make them a drink, but I won’t pour them shots.” In Murf’s view, shots are for “getting stupid,” and he won’t allow Notre […]

  • Joys and Sorrows of Liturgy

    Joys and Sorrows of Liturgy

    This week, Austin celebrated the ordination of our first auxiliary bishop, Bishop Danny Garcia while the Notre Dame and Holy Cross communities celebrated the funeral of Fr. Ted Hesburgh, CSC, President Emeritus of ND and arguably their most influential president, short of founder Fr. Sorin himself. Thanks to the wonders of technology, we can see […]

  • Father Hesburgh

    Father Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., was president of the University of Notre Dame from 1952 to 1987. He increased the stature and size of the university, and greatly influenced the areas of civil rights and higher education in the United States. Source: University of Notre Dame Fr. Hesburgh passed away last night at 97. While plenty […]