Pizza, Pop, and Politics With Fr. John

Michael O. Garvey | February 9, 2016 


University of Notre Dame president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., met with a group of Notre Dame students Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 2) in the Geddes Hall Coffee House for an informal discussion of the challenge of keeping faith in political life and civil discourse.

The “Pizza, Pop and Politics” event was sponsored by Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns as a component of ND Votes 16, a nonpartisan campaign of the center and the Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy to promote voter education, registration and mobilization and to foster conscientious engagement in political and civic life among students.

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