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    Professor John Finnis appointed as Companion of the Order of Australia

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    In the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced on June 10, John M. Finnis, the Biolchini Family Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School and a Permanent Senior Distinguished Research Fellow of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, was appointed as a Companion [AC] of the Order of Australia. The honor was granted with the citation, “For eminent service to the law, and to education, to legal theory and philosophical enquiry, and as a leading jurist, academic and author.

    Professor Carter Snead honored by St. Thomas More Society Dallas chapter

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    O.Carter Snead The Dallas chapter of the St. Thomas More Society 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. Originally published by Kenneth Hallenius at ethicscenter.nd.edu on October 12, 2021.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/metadata_images/1061/thumbnail.jp

    Professor John Finnis appointed as Companion of the Order of Australia

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    In the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced on June 10, John M. Finnis, the Biolchini Family Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School and a Permanent Senior Distinguished Research Fellow of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, was appointed as a Companion [AC] of the Order of Australia. The honor was granted with the citation, “For eminent service to the law, and to education, to legal theory and philosophical enquiry, and as a leading jurist, academic and author.

    Professor Carter Snead to deliver Harvey Lecture at Georgetown

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    Notre Dame Law Professor O. Carter Snead, the William P. and Hazel B. White Director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, will present the 16th Annual John Collins Harvey Lecture, hosted by the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University on April 25, 2019. His talk is entitled “Remembering the Body: Towards a More Human Public Bioethics,” based on the themes of his book manuscript by the same name (under contract with Harvard University Press

    Dean, law faculty to participate in de Nicola Center’s Winter Conference

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    A keynote panel discussion on Catholic higher education with G. Marcus Cole (Dean, Notre Dame Law School), Thomas Hibbs (President, University of Dallas), and Sarah Mustillo (Dean, Notre Dame College of Arts & Letters), moderated by Anna Bonta Moreland (Villanova University). Part of the de Nicola Center\u27s 2021 Winter Conference, We Belong to Each Other. More information: ethicscenter.nd.edu/wincon2

    Professor Carter Snead to deliver Harvey Lecture at Georgetown

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    Notre Dame Law Professor O. Carter Snead, the William P. and Hazel B. White Director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, will present the 16th Annual John Collins Harvey Lecture, hosted by the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University on April 25, 2019. His talk is entitled “Remembering the Body: Towards a More Human Public Bioethics,” based on the themes of his book manuscript by the same name (under contract with Harvard University Press

    Professor Carter Snead honored by St. Thomas More Society Dallas chapter

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    O.Carter Snead The Dallas chapter of the St. Thomas More Society 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. Originally published by Kenneth Hallenius at ethicscenter.nd.edu on October 12, 2021.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/metadata_images/1061/thumbnail.jp

    March On, Notre Dame! highlights the University\u27s pro-life commitment

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    The University of Notre Dame\u27s de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture has released a video entitled March On, Notre Dame! that highlights the University\u27s 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 below. Though we sorely miss the opportunity to gather for the March for Life in Washington this year, we know that Notre Dame\u27s commitment to building a culture of life and civilization of love is not confined to a single event but endures throughout the year, said O. Carter Snead, a professor of law at Notre Dame Law School and director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture

    March On, Notre Dame! highlights the University\u27s pro-life commitment

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    The University of Notre Dame\u27s de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture has released a video entitled March On, Notre Dame! that highlights the University\u27s 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 below. Though we sorely miss the opportunity to gather for the March for Life in Washington this year, we know that Notre Dame\u27s commitment to building a culture of life and civilization of love is not confined to a single event but endures throughout the year, said O. Carter Snead, a professor of law at Notre Dame Law School and director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture
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