Please join us for the 2022 Faculty Summer Seminar, "Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future" facilitated by Dr. Kenneth Parker (Duquesne).
News and Events
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
Inside the Core, we were honored to have Mary Anne Ford, sister-in-law of martyred Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford in Prof. Maribel Landrau's Core III/CAST course, Modern Women of Faith.
Held on April 5, Seton Hall's Synod Session gave faculty the ability to reflect on questions that explored the role of the university in participating more fully in the life of the Church.
The University Core, the Catholic Studies Center, and the Center for Faculty Development join together to sponsor the third Inter-religious panel, this time on the topic of Suffering and Healing.
Tuesday, April 19th at 4 p.m. Walsh Library, Beck Rooms - Dr. J. Michael Stebbins presents Toth-Lonergan Lecture "What Business Is For" exploring spirituality and business.
On March 28, 4:30 p.m. in Jubilee Auditorium, Dr. Gregory Bottaro will kick off Contemplative Community Week with a talk on "Mindfulness, Spirituality, and Mental Health."
The University Core joins the MLK leadership program, Catholic Studies Program, Religion Dept. , Student Services, Unanue Inst., and Campus Ministry to celebrate Martin Luther King, JR. and St.Romero.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition looks forward to a talk next week by Dr. Elizabeth Redwine, Coordinator of Core I and Lecturer in the English Department.
The fourth retreat, given by Dr. Anthony Haynor on the theme of Development and Education: Why Intellectual Growth Requires Spiritual Transformation, on April 6, 2022
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture and Inside the Vatican, announce an online conference on the theme of “Follow the Science with G. K. Chesterton and Fr. Stanley L. Jaki"
2022 Spring Bernard J. Lonergan Lecture features Dr. Anne M. Carpenter as she presents "God's Glory, in Part, is You" Bernard Lonergan, Interiority, and Theological Aesthetics.
The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture announces an online conference on the theme of The Global Chesterton Series: “Chesterton Upside Down—The Australian Experience"
Core II classes begin the semester with Plato's Crito and one of two New Testament letters -- Paul's first letter to the Corinthians or the first letter of John. All deal with the meaning of life.
This Toth-Lonergan Endowed Chair Lecture will be presented by Michael Stebbins titled 'Real Grace: Change, Freedom, Power'. The event will be at 5 p.m. in the Beck Rooms of Walsh Library.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition is pleased to welcome Prof. Allan Wright, talking about his book, Loch Arbour, on Wed., Dec. 1, at 4 p.m. on TEAMS.
Inside the Core this week, we are excited to host several exciting events, all dealing with issues pertinent to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
On November 4, 2021, at 4 p.m., Patrick R. Manning, Ph.D. will host Meaning, Mental Health, and Educating the Christians of Tomorrow, in the Beck Rooms of the Walsh Library.
Join us in McNulty 101, October 28th at 7 p.m. for an evening conversation of Dante's works. With guest speakers Drs. Vittorio Montemaggi, Paul Camacho, and Jennifer Martin.
On Wednesday, October 6th, Fr. Chase Pepper's research focuses on themes of exile and unity in Dante’s Divine Comedy in a lecture titled Dante and the Good Life."