Kirsch-Wenninger stone epigraph, Galvin Life Science Center



May studies here during the unfolding years bring growing radiance to the light of scientific learning enkindled at Notre Dame by Fathers Alexander M. Kirsch (1855-1923) and Francis J. Wenninger (1888-1940), Priests of Holy Cross, Teacher-Scholars in the Life Sciences, Deans.

They have sown the seeds of learning which through years of patient growth give rich yield: thirty-fold, sixty-fold, a hundred-fold. [See St. Matthew 13:8, St. Mark 4:20, St. Luke 8:8.]

Epigraph measuring 48 in. high by 29.5 in. wide. Located on the interior north wall of 100 Galvin Life Science Center, administrative suite for the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame. Former location of Kirsch-Wenninger Life Sciences Library.


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  • James Parker Ladwig

  • University of Notre Dame

Date Created
  • 2022-01-05

  • 48 inches

  • 29.5 inches

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