In pursuit of Council #1477 ‘s mission, we are happy to partner with a variety of on campus organizations and clubs. Please read more about them below!
Notre Dame Right to Life seeks to promote and uphold the sanctity of all human life from conception until natural death through prayer, service, and education, and to help women in crisis pregnancies find alternatives to abortion through service and support, in the spirit of the Catholic Church.
Jus Vitae is committed to the principle that the right to life is inherent and inalienable in every innocent human being and cannot be abridged by any acton of the government or any group of citizens. Jus Vitae’s mission is to promote, uphold, and defend the sanctity of all human life from the moment of conception to the point of natural death.
University Faculty and Staff for Life
ND UFL is organized to promote research, dialogue, and publication by faculty, administration, and staff who respect the sacred value of human life from its inception to natural death in the spirit embodied in Evangelium Vitae and Caritas in Veritate and are committed to the legal and societal recognition of the value of all human life. ND UFL is committed to providing an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of the political, social, legal, medical, biological, psychological, ethical, and religious dimensions of life issues. It seeks to promote the prolife cause at Notre Dame through a variety of academic and other activities.
Students for Child-Oriented Policy is a student club at the University of Notre Dame that advocates for children by promoting marriage, education, and adoption and defending against the harms of pornography and drug/alcohol abuse.
Everything we do is centered around the child. Our goal is to work towards a world where the dignity of every child is upheld to the highest degree.
Thank you for visiting our ND Day page! The Notre Dame Militia of the Immaculata (NDMI) is the local chapter of the Militia of the Immaculata (MI), a worldwide movement within the Catholic Church founded by Saint Maximilian Kolbe in 1917. The main goal of the NDMI is to promote and enrich devotion to Mary in her identity as the Immaculate Conception while promoting the Catholic identity of the University of Notre Dame. Father Sorin wrote that he “dreamed of building a great university in honor of Our Lady,” and we continue his vision by honoring her and her special relationship to Christ. Please explore our website to learn more about how we hope to contribute to Catholic life and culture here at Notre Dame and beyond!
Identity Project of Notre Dame /
Edith Stein Project
The Identity Project seeks to discuss the true identity of the human person. As the college experience is an intense time of personal formation, the Identity Project hopes to recognize the importance of our choices with respect to our human dignity. Our activities reflect the different aspects of the human person and practically address the challenges that college students experience in light of our human identity. Informed by the Catholic tradition, the Identity Project believes that there are certain fundamental truths about the human person. We look to empower persons to live holistic lives consistent with these truths. The Identity Project seeks to join all those at the University of Notre Dame in the development of our understanding of our human identity and dignity.
The Children of Mary/Filii Mariae
The Children of Mary is a student group dedicated to promoting Catholic culture at the University of Notre Dame, St. Mary’s College, and Holy Cross College by encouraging one another to live out the practice of the faith through the celebration of the Latin Mass and other traditional Catholic devotions including the Rosary, sacred music, the Liturgy of the Hours, Eucharistic Adoration, and numerous social events!
Rooted in the Catholic tradition and inspired by the charism and spirituality of the Congregation of Holy Cross, the Office of Campus Ministry is committed to cultivating the faith of all Notre Dame students. Through undergraduate, graduate, liturgical and music ministries, we foster personal spiritual growth, encourage participation in the sacramental and liturgical life of the Church, support other forms of worship and personal prayer, provide opportunities for pilgrimages, retreats and service, and seek to enhance and develop lifelong faith formation.
The de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and dialogue, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. All our activities are focused on four interrelated areas: student formation; scholarly research, academic programming and publications; mission hiring;
and public policy and culture of life. Through teaching, research, service, and substantive engagement on these issues, the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture strengthens Notre Dame’s Catholic character on campus and brings the university’s voice into the public discussion of the most vital issues of our day.