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Something for the Pope to Read

Author: Arts and Letters

Categories: Alumni, Catholicism, and General News

Several years ago, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., formed a Notre Dame committee to respond to a request made by Cardinal Josef Ratzinger before he became pope, one involving the search for a “common denominator” of universal moral principles. The committee’s work is now available as a book.

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Assistant Professor Honored for Goethe Article

Author: Katie Louvat

Categories: Faculty News

Tobias Boes, assistant professor in Notre Dame’s Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures, was awarded the Goethe Society of North America’s Essay Prize for the article “Apprenticeship of the Novel: The Bildungsroman and the Invention of History, ca. 1770-1820.”

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