Campus Ministry | November 30, 2015
Fr. Ted Talks is a new series designed to engage students in their own faith journeys by hearing stories of faith from Notre Dame faculty, staff and alumni.
Fr. Ted Hesburgh, C.S.C., was able to integrate faith into all aspects of his life, great and small. Many members of the Notre Dame family are committed to this same lifestyle, and it is the goal of Campus Ministry to share stories of faith mentors and leaders with students. In a world that often tells students they need to be perfect and have it all together, stories from imperfect role models who have successfully navigated the journey of life will hopefully inspire them and help them to foster conversations beyond the talk itself.
This first talk in the Fr. Ted Talks series will feature Mendoza professor and Lyons Hall faculty-in-residence Ed Hums. Professor Hums will share a reflection on a personal litany of saints who have served as models and guides in his life. As a respected voice in business and a long-time Notre Dame faculty member, professor Hums brings a great deal of experience and wisdom to campus about living an integrated life of faith.