The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition continues on Wed., Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. with Dr. Patrick Manning discussing his new book, Converting the Imagination.
News and Events
The accomplished author will discuss his most recent work, "Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage" via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday evening, November 17.
The University Core joyfully welcomes Maribel Landrau to the position of Assistant Director of the Core. Maribel has been teaching in the Core for five years and teaches all three Core classes.
A large group of faculty and some administrators are participating this week (Thursday through Sat.) in a virtual conference on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and hosted by Sacred Heart Univ.
When the Core had to stop offering in person tutoring the new Core Center (Mooney Hall 339) due to COVID, we switched to offering online tutoring. This fall we offer the same, thanks to Dr. Puskaric.
Dr. Jeffrey Morrow takes a look at the history of Catholic biblical interpretation in order to move forward to a theological biblical interpretation takes the best of traditional history as a guide.
Pope Francis' latest and third encyclical, Fratelli Tutti, relates to the Core, and he refers to a "journey of transformation" that happened in the life of Blessed Charles de Foucauld.
The associate professor of anthropology and religion will discuss his new book Merton & Indigenous Wisdom online through the Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Oct. 14, 4 p.m.
The online event takes place biweekly beginning Sept. 30 and will celebrate the recent publications of some of Seton Hall's esteemed faculty. All are welcome to attend.
Many Core faculty and students will be attending the Catholic Studies Center's Symposium on Faith and Racial Justice, with important keynote speakers every evening.
Core I students read Plato's Apology, which recounts Socrates' speech at the trial in which he was condemned to death.
Core I students began the semester by reading a speech about how the academic world must become more relevant to the problems of the society surrounding it.
The whole nation and much of the world expresses outrage over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police.
Despite the negative news all around us, we have some good news to share from the Core, regarding several Core faculty.
In Core II students can read Simone Weil's take on how study can make us holy.
Some Core II are reading Friedrick Nietzsche, German philosopher from the nineteenth century.