John Nagy '00 M.A. | Apr. 15, 2013 | Notre Dame Magazine
An introvert and loner for my first 26 years, I married into a big, Midwestern, Catholic family. There’s just no preparing yourself for that.
By big, I mean that my wife is the sixth of eight children, which means that springtime is one long, rolling, happy occasion: Baptisms, first Communions, Confirmations, graduations — and armies of children milling about in white dresses or dark suits with brightly colored shirts, taking turns celebrating the important moments in each other’s lives.