Center for Ethics & Culture

The Law School | October 28, 2015 


The three-week-long Synod on the Family, which formally closed with a Mass Sunday (Oct. 25) in Rome, brought 270 cardinals, archbishops and priests from around the world for what may have been the most significant and consequential such church gathering since the Second Vatican Council half a century ago.

The University of Notre Dame was present at the Synod, too, as its Center for Ethics and Culture joined Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, in sponsoring three weekly evening receptions for the Synod Fathers, lay observers and media in the rooftop terrace garden of the Residenza Paolo VI Hotel overlooking St. Peter’s Square.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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