Center Director Carter Snead will give a presentation entitled "The HHS Mandate and Religious Freedom" to Notre Dame undergraduates for the "Professors for Lunch" program. The presentation will occur in the North Dining Hall at noon. Lunch will be provided, and all are welcome.
The second part of this discussion will occur on Friday, September 21st at noon in the North Dining Hall. This presentation will feature a faculty panel which will discuss the topic "Why is ND suing the Obama Administration to protect religious freedom? And should it be doing so?"
For anyone unable to make the presentation, you can view Professor Snead discussing the HHS mandate here. His comments begin around 54 minutes in.
Professors for lunch is sponsored by the Tocqueville Program for Inquiry into Religion and American Public Life, the Office for Undergraduate Initiatives, the College of Arts and Letters, and the Dean's Fellows.