NDDay 2022

Get behind the students who stand tall for the Truth of Catholicism and fight daily for #NotreDame's Catholic mission #NDday through midnight Apr 25 #GoCatholicND Click To Tweet

Vote for Catholic Identity

In case you haven’t heard, the 29-hour giveathon — Notre Dame Day — is underway with early giving and will end at midnight, Monday, April 25, 2022. This is an opportunity for members of the Notre Dame community and others who value the school’s formative mission to get behind the student organizations that are on the frontline fighting for Our Lady’s Catholic identity.

Your gift to Notre Dame Day is tax deductible, counts toward your Football Ticket Lottery eligibility, and will help the organizations you support compete for a variety of Challenge Funds. You can give to multiple organizations and help them all — or single out your favorite.

The causes we have recommended in the past are listed below with a donate button that will take you to the proper donation page, a description of the organization, and a short video where available.

BeLoved Discernment Community

Accompanying women on the road of religious discernment

Give to BeLoved Discernment

Filii Mariae/Children of Mary

Promoting traditional liturgy and prayers of the Catholic Church

Give to Filii Mariae

Identity Project of Notre Dame (idND)

Catholic student club and organizers of the Edith Stein Conference

Give to idND

Jus Vitae

Notre Dame Law School’s Right to Life Club

Give to Jus Vitae

Knights of Columbus, Council 1477

Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism

Give to Knights

Militia of the Immaculata

To lead every individual with Mary to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Give to Immaculata

Notre Dame Liturgical Choir

Official choir of the 10am Solemn Mass in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Give to Liturgical Choir

ND Right To Life

Upholding the dignity of all human life

Give to NDRTL

Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP)

Uplifting the dignity of children through anti-porn and pro-marriage events

Give to SCOP

A Note about The Irish Rover

We should note that The Irish Rover is not listed because it is not an official Notre Dame club. You can, of course, make a tax-free donation anyway here.

Give to The Rover


3 Responses to “NDDay 2022”

  1. Dear Alums, Please start Blogging. It is the only way to get the Catholic high school kids at parochial and college preps to think twice about attending ND till it gets back to their true Catholic teaching and traditions, and true faith heritage. All those rich successful donors of old who gave ND the significant money to grow their endowment fund are crying out from the Heavens for ND’s President amd Board to have the guts to become genuinely Catholic again. If they don’t, the University will become just like another institution, without it’s honorable reputation and mystique of old. Our Lady’s protection doesn’t extend to the current scribes and pharisees of its current administration and board who think not being truly Catholic (verses in name only) matters. The word is slowing getting out that even alumnae aren’t wanting their kids to attend as much as years past. Wake up Board members! ND’s “Catholic identity” has always been the key to its success.

  2. Thanks for this post! Would love for you all to support the liturgical choir. Our son is a member and we just came back from celebrating the Easter Vigil and Sunday Mass at Notre Dame and the choir was magnificent. If you benefitted from watching the 10:00 a.m. Mass from Notre Dame during the Covid lock downs, pay it forward to benefit this group that practices 4 days a week and gets to Mass 90 minutes early in order to glorify God and enhance our experience of the liturgy. They have not been able to tour since 2019 and are raising funds to tour in France in 2023 for spring break. They are missionaries of beautiful church music!

  3. It has become clear that Our Lady’s University has been influenced by an ideology that denies The Unity Of The Holy Ghost, (Filioque) and thus denies The Divinity Of The Ordered Communion Of Perfect Complementary Love, The Most Holy And Undivided Blessed Trinity, Through The Unity Of The Holy Ghost. The Administration struggles to defend boldly, and without hesitation, in Her Name, the fact that “It is not possible to have Sacramental Communion without Ecclesial Communion”, due to The Unity Of The Holy Ghost, for It Is “Through Christ, With Christ, And In Christ, In The Unity Of The Holy Ghost”, that Holy Mother Church, outside of which, there is no Salvation, due to The Unity Of The Holy Ghost, exists. To those outside Christ’s Church, it makes it appear as if we are still searching for this fundamental Truth Of Our Catholic Faith that Christ, Himself, Has Revealed Through His Life, His Passion, and His Death On The Cross, – No Greater Love Is There Than This- To Desire Salvation for one’s beloved.

    “A new Commandment I give unto you: that you Love one another, as I Have Loved you, that you also Love one another.” – Jesus The Christ (John 13:34)

    We can continue to debate The Word Of God, or embrace He Who Is The Word Of Perfect Love Incarnate.
    We, who believe in The One Word Of God Incarnate, have been given The Gift Of The Catholic Faith, and if we truly believe in The Power and Glory Of Salvational Love, we will desire to defend Christ, so others may seek Him and come to believe, and be Saved Through Salvational Love.
    “To Whom much has been given, much will be expected.”

    Why, then, would anyone who is Baptized Catholic and continues to believe in The Power And Glory Of God’s Transforming Salvational Love, God’s Gift Of Grace And Mercy, that flows “Through, With, And In Christ, In The Unity Of The Holy Ghost, want to bury The Greatest Gift Of God’s Eternal Love, in the sand?

    It is a crisis in Faith that got us to this point in Salvational History, and it will be a restoration of Faith that will lead us Home. At this hour it is late, but it is not too late, to wholly restore The Catholic Identity Of Our Lady’s University, for the sake of Christ, His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, those who will come to believe, and the multitude of prodigal beloved sons and daughters, who, hopefully, will soon return to The One Body Of Christ, Through The Unity Of The Holy Ghost.

    “Our Lady was the one who prevailed on her Son to work His first miracle at Cana in Galilee. She is still the one, through whose intercession He wants to perform miracles now, on earth, in our day. But there is one condition: We who have the faith, must believe. And we who have the grace, must use it to live lives of heroic virtue.” Father John Hardon

    “Come Holy Ghost.”

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