In April, CEPS will launch the next cohort of its online iTHIRST Spiritual Companionship Certification Training Program, empowering students to be a beacon of hope to those suffering from addiction.
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Thursday, March 11th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents From Vulnerability to Passion: A Few Thoughts Sprung from Tears.
This bicentennial year of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's passing is a fitting time for the Seton Hall community to reflect on the university's patron saint.
The panelists, sharing from their own areas of expertise, will discuss the interdisciplinary nature of the work of Jaki and Chesterton and applications of their thought to challenges we face today.
Seton Hall University's Catholic Studies Program is to present a lecture by Keaton Douglas, M.A., , Grace and Healing – The Role of the Church in the Opioid Crisis
The Catholic Studies program is pleased to welcome John M. Travaline, M.D.. Dr. Travaline is teaching a popular Catholic Studies course for Spring 2021, Catholicism, Healthcare and the Human Condition
The Mother Seton side chapel of the University Chapel has been transformed into a special space to honor prayers and petitions in solidarity with the Black community.
Dr. Doreen Stiskal reflects on Transformation and Education: Navigating the New Academic Landscape in the final of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
The Catholic Studies Program and Department of the Core proudly present the Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series on Law, Society and Faith. On Thursday February 17 at 5:30pm
Reverend Pablo Gadenz and Reverend Christopher Ciccarino are part of the national group of scholars involved with revising the New Testament of the New American Bible.
The renowned Catholic author will give a virtual presentation on Spiritual Fatherhood on Saturday, February 27, at 7 p.m., as part of the Center for Diaconal Formation's 10th anniversary year.
The Chesterton Institute's online conference on the theme of "Chesterton & Dickens" will streamed online on February 17, 2021 from 1:30 – 3:30 pm.
Join us either in person or through our livestream for our annual Ash Wednesday Masses, which will be celebrated in a safe and socially distanced manner on Wednesday, February 17.
DOVE's Wednesday Discussion series encourages students to connect and discuss important issues affecting our society today.
The Catholic Studies Program is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu local-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 29 at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Description, which ran during the fall semester, begins again next Wed., Feb. 10, at 4 p.m. with Dr. Ines Murzaku presenting on her latest book.
Sixth Annual Monsignor James Cafone Memorial Lecture, Piazzas, Popes, Pasta: Notes from a Rome Sojourn
Have you ever wished you could go live somewhere else, even for a few months, to get a feel for how other people live?
Core II, Christianity and Culture in Dialogue, will now include excerpts from The Violence of Love, a selection of excerpts from the sermons of St. Oscar Romero, as an optional text.
Ms. Mary Nowak, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies and a minor in Chemistry, is the recipient of Spring 2021 Catholic Studies competitive scholarship.
Running January 27 through the month of February, the drive is aimed at providing hair care products for disadvantaged people of color, fostering confidence and positive self-esteem.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology presents "Praying the Stations of the Cross in the Year of St. Joseph," a video reflection series running March 1-19. Subscribe today.
On Thursday, February 4, at 10 a.m., there will be a Memorial Mass in the University Chapel for Dr. Joseph T. Maloy.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology has launched a new webpage dedicated to sharing digital resources for church ministry.
In February 2021, John Murzaku, a Mathematics Major and Catholic Studies minor will start a five-year Ph.D. program in Computer Science at Stony Brook University in Long Island.
Nominations are open for this year's seventeenth Servant Leader Awards.