Rabbi Brill will present, “A Jewish View of Contemporary Ideas of the Trinity,” online as the 29th Annual Monsignor John. M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture on October 27, 2022. at 7:45 p.m.
Faith and Service News
"Intercessory Prayer and the Communion of Saints: Mennonite and Catholic Perspectives," a lecture by Margaret R. Pfeil, Ph.D, will be held on Wednesday, October 19, from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. via Teams.
Center for Catholic Studies co-sponsors 2nd annual symposium with National Catholic Studies Consortium at Loyola University Chicago.
The Core is pleased to present our first Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition with the presentation by Ellen Scully, Ph.D., of ICSST on Wed. Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. on TEAMS.
Assignments under the prestigious awards for 2022-2023 are being undertaken in Germany, North Macedonia, Scotland and Australia.
Jason Santos, created a communal closet for students without means to get professional attire. Burlington stores donated around 300 clothing items to Pirate’s Closet.
Little Flowers Restored: St. Francis’ Miracles as Told Through the Ages” on Tuesday, October 4, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Beck Rooms (Walsh Library).
The Catholic Studies Department and Program is pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture..
On October 1, the Center for Diaconal Formation will welcome Deacon James Keating for a special presentation on the Eucharist at St. Mary’s Abbey Church in Morristown, NJ.
Prof. Bryan Pilkington reflects on faith and the academic disciplines in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators.
The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute at Seton Hall University announces the publication of volume XII of its journal, The Lonergan Review entitled “Understanding What It Is To Understand.”
The Center for Catholic Studies presents this year's Fall Lonergan lecture presented by Dr. Joseph Grodan on September 29, at 3:30 in Walsh Library, Bethany A.
Associate Professor Ellen Scully, Ph.D., recently published a co-edited volume of essays dedicated to understanding and practicing the historical method in the study of early Christianity.
Porticus grant allows the Center for Catholic Studies to implement new initiatives in three key areas: faculty development, Catholic Studies, and local church and community engagement.
The Catholic Studies Program at Seton Hall University proudly announces “Catholic Literature and Bioethics: Fictions of Autonomy,” by William Gonch, Ph.D.
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture is pleased to announce that on August 20, 2022, the new play, entitled “Liberi Tutti!” was presented at the 2022 Rimini Meeting.
Katia Passerini, Ph.D., Seton Hall Provost and Executive Vice President, was elected to the Administrative Board for the International Federation of Catholic Universities.
In a nationwide survey conducted by Morning Consult, Seton Hall ranked #36 among all universities, 6th among Catholic universities and 2nd only to Princeton in New Jersey.
Seton Hall's Social Work Department and Catholic Studies Programs have entered a partnership with St. Joseph’s University Medical Center.
The Office of Mission and Ministry and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership have organized upcoming seminars on the mission of Seton Hall University.
The University Core is thrilled to welcome our newest Core Fellow, Dr. Roger Alfani, whose book, Religious Peace-Building in the Democratic Republic of Congo, was published in 2019.
Campus Ministry and the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture announce that the Monthly Spanish Mass at Seton Hall University will resume for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Center for Catholic Studies is pleased to welcome Fr. Brian Cronin, C.S.Sp. as the Fourth Toth Lonergan Visiting Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Kim M. Kubasek ’85 was named CEO of Developmental Disabilities Institute, a NY-based nonprofit that provides special education and therapeutic intervention services for adults and children.
Assistant Director of the Core, Maribel Landrau, recently published an article entitled "Two Latino Leaders: One Message of Hope" about Pope Francis and St. Oscar Romero in Today's American Catholic.