On December 3, 2019, The University shined a spotlight on DOVE for Giving Tuesday!
Faith and Service News
Core professor Dr. Jon Radwan takes seven students to Catholic Worker Mary House where Dorothy Day lived and died in NYC.
Students will gain first-hand experience in exploring nursing and healthcare in Ecuador.
The Christmas season is upon us, and the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) is once again offering ways that you can help make the holidays a little brighter for those in utmost need.
A group from Immaculate Conception Seminary embarked on a pilgrimage to Rome through its new partnership with the Lay Centre.
As Core Director, I felt privileged to share in some of the exciting and meaningful activities with our faculty and students.
Three diplomacy students were selected for the Caravan for Democracy Student Leadership Mission to Israel.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts is sponsoring a number of drives and initiatives for Hunger and Homelessness Week 2019.
Institute for Communication and Religion to Host The Living Word Project: Artistic Expressions of the Sacred
Institute for Communication & Religion presents original student poetry inspired by their faith, religion and denomination.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "The Universal Call to Holiness: The Life of Giuseppe Saint Moscati" on Wednesday, November 20 at 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Villanova and Syracuse Professor Emeritus John D. Caputo will explore how the ideas of state, religion and university fit.
The path to servant leadership begins with you! Join in on Giving Tuesday to give back to today's servant leaders.
Rabbi Alan Brill came out with a new book, Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish-Hindu Encounter, this week.
Dr. Anthony Clark's talk will confront how the recent Vatican agreement with China's government has influenced Vatican decisions.
Can interreligious dialogue save the planet? Join us for the Fund's 9th annual Robbins Wilf Lecture on November 3.
Luke's Gospel is one of four, but it has some unique qualities, making it an excellent choice for Journey of Transformation.
Dr. Anthony Haynor reflects on "The Idea of a University and Interiority: Becoming the 'Author' of One's Life," in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Travel to Sicily, the Amalfi Coast, Catania, Mt. Etna, Palermo, Pompeii, Rome this spring and earn credits while doing it! Deadline to sign up is November 1, 2019.
At the September 11 Memorial Museum, retired firefighter Bill Spade shared his experience with Buccino Leadership students.
Conference explores paths to nonviolence and looks at the Church's role in expanding peace worldwide.
Fr. Francis of the Child Jesus, C.S.J.,a former SHU Campus Minister, publishes a book on theology in J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy
The University Core was one of several sponsors of a two-day conference on "Just Peace-making Through Non-violence," held in Bethany Hall on September 30th and October 1st.
This lecture will explore the lives of Holocaust victim, Etty Hillesum and the French saint, Therese of Lisieux.
Dr. James McGlone, Professor Emeritus of Catholic Studies and Communications, will present a reading of Henri Gheon’s The Secret of the Curé of Ars on Wednesday, October 9 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre in the Round.
In Core I, many students read the book of Ruth, which tells of a Moabite woman who comes to Israel with her mother-in-law.