The Department of Catholic Studies proudly presents, in celebration of the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante, The Psalms in Dante's Spiritual Journey. This lecture is by Dr. Gregory Y. Glazov.
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Catholic University of Santa Fe in Argentina "An Integrated Approach to Catholic Mission and Identity: Catholic Universities in Dialogue," a panel discussion.
Father Joseph Laracy publishes book on how the principles of theologian and physicist Ian Barbour can inform a dialogue and integration of the Catholic doctrine of creation with the natural sciences.
The Catholic News Service has features three articles on Dante by Professor of English and Director of the Core Nancy Enright.
Sister Patricia Mennor, SC, Vice President of Mission for St. Joseph’s Health. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, in Fahy Hall, Room 131 at 2:00 p.m
Stacy Trasancos, PhD, a nationally known author, speaker, and educator on the topic of faith and science, will join the Back to School Classes for Parents program,
In observing Mental Health Awareness Month, Catholic Studies presents a panel discussion focusing on mental health in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic. October 20at 2pm
Loch Arbour: A Hidden Life and Tragic Death on the Jersey Shore is not a strictly theological book, its true story turns on themes of forgiveness, unresolved guilt, religious faith, and mercy.
This course (Foundations of Christian Culture CAST 3994) is cross-listed with CORE 3748, RELS 3208, HIST 4281, and HONS Seminar – (Spring 2022). The group will meet for classes prior to trip.
A network of pilgrimage routes joined medieval Europe to the shrine of the Apostle James at Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. The routes were immensely popular in the medieval period.
The Commission on Christian Unity of the Archdiocese of Newark, presents "The Centro Pro Unione: Promoting the Modern Ecumenical Movement Since Vatican II," a presentation by Dr. James F. Puglisi.
Join us for a light meal and discussion with Fr. Chase and fellow Pirates about Dante, happiness, and our lives together.
Catholic Studies Adjunct Professor Dr. Stacy Trasancos has published a highly anticipated new book that promises to help today's Catholics appreciate the relationship between faith and science
The new double major program was designed to meet a need that is presented by Seton Hall’s students as they seek to reveal Christ’s presence in the world:
Catholic Studies is pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture.
The Chair of Catholic Studies, Director of the Catholic Studies Center, Msgr. Dick Liddy (who started CAST and the Center), the Director and Asst. Director of the Core attended symposium at Duquesne.
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Seton Hall University is proud to be home to Joseph Rice, Ph.D., a scholar who was an invited presenter at this symposium, part of the celebration of the 800th anniversary of Blackfriars at Oxford.
Three one hour meetings discuss the following short texts from von Hildebrand and John Paul on the themes of love, happiness, and fidelity.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."