The Catholic News Service has features three articles on Dante by Professor of English and Director of the Core Nancy Enright.
Faith and Service News
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,
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.
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
The impact of Seton Hall in the State of New Jersey is more than $1.6 billion annually, according to a new, independent analysis that looked at the societal and economic impact of the University.
The Core is pleased to host Dr. Stacy Transancos for the second Scholars Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition this semester as she discusses her new book, Particles of Faith (Ave Maria Press).
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.
Former NBA superstar and Olympic gold medalist Allan Houston will be bringing his leadership mentoring program that emphasizes Faith, Integrity, Sacrifice, Leadership and Legacy (FISLL) to Seton Hall.
Fr. Chase Pepper, SHU alum (Honors, CAST and POLS), gave a talk on Dante and the Good Life. Fr. Chase is getting his doctorate at Cambridge University, UK.
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.
The University Core joins the Catholic Studies (both Program and Center), the Department of Religion, ICSST, and the University Library to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante's death.
DOVE will plan to dedicate all completed service hours this year to Nidhi, to memorialize her passion of service to her brothers and sisters.
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
Dr. Josephine DeVito reflects on Development and Integration: Spiritual Integration as a Guide in our Lives, in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Please join us in praying for our student and her family and friends during this time of grief.
2021-2022 New Faculty
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 21, the Core will offer tutoring to Core I and Core II students by experienced Faculty Tutors in the Core Center, Mooney 339.
Ms. Reddin will discuss her role in ministry formation and mission integration, as well as similar career positions that focus on creating an organization that is committed to the Catholic Mission
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:
Message from President Nyre: Update Regarding Missing Student Nidhi Rana
In light of the devastation wrought by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, Seton Hall has made a significant contribution to the Student Emergency Fund.
Catholic Studies is pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture.