Today’s special guest is Anne Marie Bollman, a senior at the University of Notre Dame studying the Program of Liberal Studies and Theology with a minor in history.
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“I think that the question of love is something really pressing today and the hearts and minds of everyone, especially of young people.”
– Anne Marie Bollman
Today’s special guest is Anne Marie Bollman, a senior at the University of Notre Dame studying the Program of Liberal Studies and Theology with a minor in history. On campus, she is a student worker for the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture and is deeply involved in Right to Life, coordinating its annual adopt-a-mom fundraiser. Previously, she has worked for Paradisus Dei on the What is Love? project and is thrilled to see the impact it will have on young people’s lives. After studying abroad in France and volunteering at Lourdes, she is now putting her love of the French language and culture to use in a thesis exploring Mary’s Immaculate Conception as a response to Enlightenment thought. Anne Marie is also proud to call Texas home.
In today’s conversation, Anne Marie shares what it’s like being a student on a Catholic campus today as well as some insights into how young people approach the subject of love, dating, and relationships. For more information about the new film What Is Love?, visit whatislove.org.
At the end of today’s show, Danielle answers Ann-Margaret who has a question about guardian angels.
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