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Please join Father Wilson Miscamble, C.S.C., Sarah Drumm (’18), Kevin Angell (’20), and Bill Dempsey (’52), for the Sycamore Trust 2018 Annual Breakfast, “The Church and Notre Dame,” to discuss challenges to the school’s Catholic identity and ways to meet them.
Fr. Miscamble, an award-winning historian and former chair of the History Department and Rector of Moreau Seminary, has been engaged for decades in discussions about Notre Dame’s Catholic identity and has recounted the history of these debates in his book “For Notre Dame: Battling For the Heart and Soul of a Catholic University.” Sarah Drumm, the past President of the student Right to Life club, and Kevin Angell, the past Managing Editor of The Irish Rover and current Deputy Grand Knight of the Notre Dame Knights of Columbus, will share their experiences as student leaders. Sycamore Trust’s student awards for outstanding contributions to the Catholic identify of Notre Dame go this year to Sarah and to Sarah Ortiz, the outgoing Editor-in-Chief of the Irish Rover, who is not able to be with us. Kevin Angell will accept the award in her stead. Bill Dempsey, the President of Sycamore Trust, will chair the session.
The Church and Notre Dame
Saturday June 2, 2018Conference Center at McKenna Hall
Room Lower LevelComplimentary breakfast opens at 7:15 a.m.
Program 8:00 am – 9:30 am REGISTER TO ATTEND
Wilson Miscamble, C.S.C.
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Our Annual Breakfast during Reunion Weekend has become an extremely popular event with an overflowing attendance each year and a live broadcast of the program for those who are unable to be there in person. To attend or watch online, please register below: REGISTER TO ATTEND REGISTER TO WATCH
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