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Prayer service for Ukraine held at the Basilica

The campus community attended a prayer service for peace and the safety of the Ukrainian people, held last night at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Father Andrij Hlabse, S.J., a theology Ph.D. candidate and Ukrainian Byzantine Catholic priest, led the service.

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Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., on invasion of Ukraine

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president, reflected on a visit to Ukraine in June 2019, as he addressed the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine

"We at Notre Dame stand in solidarity with all peace-loving people worldwide in demanding an end to this invasion of a sovereign nation." — Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president
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Opinion: How the world can make Putin pay for invading Ukraine

Mary Ellen O'Connell, the Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law and research professor of international dispute resolution, wrote an op-ed for CNN about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Read her views on how the U.S. and the world could respond to the current crisis in Ukraine. 
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Keough School of Global Affairs launches yearlong forum

This month the Keough School of Global Affairs will launch the Dignity and Development Forum, focused on the intersection of human dignity and global development. The first in a series of engagements with global leaders, scholars, practitioners and policy experts is March 17-18.

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Grants support resilient education in Haiti

The Global Center for the Development of the Whole Child at Notre Dame has received three grant awards totaling $3.4 million to fund resilient education programming in Haiti.

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The Grotto: A place for all faiths

The Grotto is a place for prayer, solace and quiet reflection. If you've ever considered visiting this holy space up close but hesitated, read how one non-Catholic employee found peace there.

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Sustainability Shout-Out

Two years' worth of Grotto candles saved from landfill 

The Grotto candle recycling program with vendor Root Candles has led to the reuse of Grotto candles six times before the candles are retired.

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