Bishops need to confront the real scandal that looms: the potential for schism in the American Church.
Sr. Dorothy Beach, SND, Class of ’43 led Trinity’s Library into the modern age.
Sr. Ann Gormly ’45 SND inspired generations of Trinity Women to pursue action for social justice.
The Sisters of Notre Dame who founded and built Trinity were emblematic of Catholic religious women who took on the responsibility of building civilization through education.
Sr. Margaret Claydon, SND, was the true exemplar of Trinity’s values in faith, intellectual excellence and service to our world.
Sister Margaret Claydon exemplified Trinity’s values in women’s leadership, intellectual excellence, integrity and faith.
The Cap and Gown celebration is a moment of triumph for our seniors, but the weight of these robes is the obligation of our Trinity education to exercise leadership for good.
Ambitious, Courageous, Resilient: meet the new Trinity students in the College of Arts and Sciences.