Go Forth and Do Good: Memorable Notre Dame Commencement Addresses by Wilson D. Miscamble
Go Forth and Do Good: Memorable Notre Dame Commencement Addresses brings together twenty-four notable graduation speeches, ranging from the words General Sherman delivered in 1865 to President George W. Bush's remarks in 2001. Also included in this fine collection is a letter sent to 1986 graduates by Mother Teresa and Father Theodore M. Hesburgh's final charge to the graduating class of 1987. Wilson D. Miscamble, C.S.C. provides a delightful introduction that clarifies the importance of the selected speeches, and places them in the context of the history of both Notre Dame and the world. A brief biographical introduction and photograph of the speaker precede each address.