Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity
Forming the next generation of pro-life leaders
The Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity connects Catholic teaching on the sanctity of life to education and research programs at Notre Dame. By fostering a respect for human dignity among students, faculty and staff, the office forms Catholic leaders equipped to promote pastoral practices supportive of major life issues in parishes, schools and all levels of Church life. The office provides a variety of resources for nurturing a culture of life.
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This 12-part original series journeys with the Sisters of Life as they explain what it means to walk with a woman who is pregnant and vulnerable.
View all recordings from this series designed to assist anyone in more effectively advocating for a just society which supports human flourishing for mothers and their unborn children.
A one of a kind collection of units, learning sequences, lesson plans, and resources that empowers teachers to incorporate life and human dignity issues into existing curriculum.
Includes assistance for undergraduate and graduate students encountering a planned or unanticipated pregnancy.
Pro-Life Ethics in a Throwaway Culture is a reading course developed by Dr. Charles Camosy.
These materials are offered for preparation and formation of both adults and teens attending the March for Life.