Jeannette Flood | Sept. 22, 2013 | OSV Newsweekly
Maura Poston Zagrans knows a good story when she hears one. When she found out that David T. Link, longtime dean of the University of Notre Dame Law School, had become a Catholic priest and a prison chaplain, she shouted, “That’s a book!”
She didn’t stop there. She ran to the Notre Dame bookstore to make sure no one else had already written it.
What was so surprising about this news was not merely that Dean Link was in his 70s, a father and grandfather, and that his curriculum vitae also included four doctorates and the titles of founding president of University of Notre Dame Australia and provost of St. Augustine University in South Africa.