Creativity and caring defined NDP senior, not the cancer that took her life

“Consider me well prepared,” Claire Marie Wagonhurst wrote in her college admissions essay.

Claire Wagonhurst, right, with Notre Dame Preparatory School classmate Dana Caspari on the schools’ Ring Day in November 2013. (Courtesy Notre Dame Preparatory School)

Pope Francis calls for abolishing death penalty and life imprisonment

Pope Francis called for abolition of the death penalty as well as life imprisonment.

Pope Francis greets an addict from a detention and treatment center for alcohol and drugs in Eboli, Italy, during his general audience in St. Peter

Mount professor, Father Redmond, remembered for selflessness, friendliness

“Call me Paul” was a familiar response from Father Paul V. Redmond, longtime philosophy professor at Mount St. Mary’s University.

Father Paul V. Redmond

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Creativity and caring defined NDP senior, not the cancer that took her life
Oct 24 2014
“Consider me well prepared,” Claire Marie Wagonhurst wrote in her college admissions essay.

Pope Francis calls for abolishing death penalty and life imprisonment
Oct 23 2014
Pope Francis called for abolition of the death penalty as well as life imprisonment.

Mount professor, Father Redmond, remembered for selflessness, friendliness
Oct 23 2014
“Call me Paul” was a familiar response from Father Paul V. Redmond, longtime philosophy professor at Mount St. Mary’s University.

With midwife use on rise, SJMC adds second seasoned practice to OB-GYN care
Oct 21 2014
Despite a growing trend toward midwife use, it is not well understood by the general public.

Synod ends by affirming tradition, leaving controversial questions open
Oct 21 2014
After several days of animated debate over its official midterm report, the Synod of Bishops on the family agreed on a final document.

Voice from Assisi ‘opens door from heaven’ for city schoolchildren
Oct 20 2014
One would think that a Franciscan Friar committed to a vow of poverty would not need a lesson in simplicity.