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September 26, 2016 • Dennis Brown University of Notre Dame alumnus Robert P. McGrath and his wife, Joan, have made a $15 million gift to his alma mater to endow the University’s Institute for Church Life. “For more than 25 years, our Institute for Church Life has served as the cornerstone for Notre Dame’s service to the Church [...]

Echo Staff Announcement

by Ciara on September 21, 2016

in News from Echo

On behalf of the Echo staff, I am happy to announce that Ciara Kanczuzewski has been promoted to Coordinator of Recruitment & Program Administration for Echo, effective immediately. In her new role, Ciara will coordinate the program’s student recruitment efforts–working closely with Echo staff, students, alumni, and ICL and University colleagues to execute Echo’s recruitment strategies–and will oversee all [...]

Alumni Update: Summer 2016

by admin on August 16, 2016

in News from Echo

It has been a busy year for Echo alumni! Congratulations to the following Echo alumni in their new professional endeavors. We are grateful for your continued commitment to excellence in your service to the Church! Echo 1 Michael Sena (’06) was promoted to Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories in January [...]

ND Vision for Young Adults

by admin on April 7, 2016

in News from Echo

Notre Dame Vision is launching a week-long event for young adults at Notre Dame this summer: Vision for Young Adults (June 27 – July 1). This retreat is designed for those in their mid 20s to early 30s, with an explicit emphasis on developing character in faith and mercy that becomes the foundation for the [...]

Sebastian Rojas, Rebecca Siar, Joe Fredrickson, and Tricia McCarthy — the four Echo parish apprentices currently serving in the Diocese of Joliet – were recently interviewed for the diocesan magazine Christ Is Our Hope. Read the article below, or click on the images to view the whole magazine. Their interviews can be found on pages 18-21.