“Light Thickens”: Political Tyranny and Personal Freedom in Macbeth

Christendom’s English language and literature department welcomed recognized professor and author R.V. Young to campus for a 40th Anniversary lecture titled: “‘Light Thickens’: Political Tyranny and Personal Freedom in Macbeth.” The talk was held in St. Kilian’s Café...

Thinkin’ About Lincoln

Christendom’s Political Science Department welcomed Notre Dame’s Dr. Michael Zuckert to campus for a 40th Anniversary lecture titled: “Thinkin’ about Lincoln.” The talk was held in St. Kilian’s Café at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday March 13th. Dr. Zuckert is an accomplished...
How to Translate with a Taste for the Original

How to Translate with a Taste for the Original

Christophe Rico is a linguist (Ph.D. Greek Linguistics, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1992; Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, University of Strasbourg, 2012) and belongs to the Faculty of the University of Strasbourg. He teaches ancient Greek at the Polis...
A Walk Through the Byzantine Divine Liturgy

A Walk Through the Byzantine Divine Liturgy

Renowned Byzantine priest and liturgist Fr. David E. Anderson delivered a series of lectures at Christendom College beginning on February 4, focusing on the liturgical traditions of the Eastern Churches. This is the third of Fr. Anderson’s series, titled A Walk...
The Words of Institution of the Eucharist

The Words of Institution of the Eucharist

Renowned Byzantine priest and liturgist Fr. David E. Anderson delivered a series of lectures at Christendom College beginning on February 4, focusing on the liturgical traditions of the Eastern Churches. This is the second of Fr. Anderson’s series, titled The...