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Lecture on Four Spiritual Journeys

Prof. Michael McCarthy will lecture on "Seeking and Dwelling: A Study of Four Spiritual Journeys" on March 27 at 4 p.m.

3/12/2014
"The Parting of Friends" Reading

Prof. James McGlone to read Blessed John Henry Newman's Sermon, "The Parting of Friends" on April 1 at 7p.m.

3/12/2014
Newman Talk by Author Edward Short

Edward Short to speak on "Newman and the Idea of Sanctity" on April 3 at 6:30p.m. in the Theater-in-the-Round, University Center.

3/12/2014
International Lonergan Conference

Center for Catholic Studies co-sponsors "Revisiting Lonergan's Anthropology" International Conference, Nov. 27-30, 2013.

10/4/2013
Actions Speak Loudest in Service

Catholic Studies major Juan de Legarreta interned over the summer in a place that personally spoke to him.

9/23/2013
"Understanding Values" Seminar

Professors attended Summer Faculty Seminar II to understand values and their implementation at Seton Hall University.

9/16/2013
2013 Faculty Summer Seminar II

Center for Catholic Studies & Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership present "Understanding Values" August 19– 22.  

5/31/2013
The Hunt for Catholic Identity

The Journal of Catholic Higher Education recognizes the Center for Catholic Studies' pursuit of Catholic identity.

5/29/2013
Chesterton and Humour

You are invited to attend a lecture with Fr. Ian Ker on "Chesterton and Humour," on May 20, 2013.

5/17/2013
Bernard Lonergan Conference

"Journey of Transformation" Bernard Lonergan Conference will be held on June 29 at Oxford.

5/2/2013
Faculty Summer Seminar 2013

This year's Faculty Summer Seminar, "Newman's Idea of the University" will be held May 21, 22, and 23.  

4/18/2013
Immaculée's Story

Join us to hear Immaculée Ilibagiza tell her story of survival and forgiveness during the 1994 Rwandan Holocaust.

2/4/2013
Italy Summer Study Abroad

Join the Department of Catholic Studies for In the Footsteps of the Saints:Italy June 6-22, 2013.

1/16/2013
Saints & Sleuths VII
The Chesterton Institute & Center for Catholic Studies Present 2013 Saints & Sleuths Series.
12/13/2012
Assessing Values at a University

A conversation on assessing values at a university with two faculty members from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY.

11/26/2012
New Access to Msgr. Liddy’s Works

Msgr. Richard Liddy’s scholarly work is now available for download at BePress.com.

11/7/2012
Faculty Retreat: Rome 2013

The 2013 Faculty Retreat to Rome will be held June 2-8, 2013. Apply by Dec. 15, 2012.

11/7/2012
Student Reflects on 'Islam' Lecture

Diplomacy student Paul Murphy reflects on ‘The Prophecy of Islam’, a lecture by Paul Heck, Ph.D.

10/25/2012
The Prophecy of Islam

The Center for Catholic Studies presents "The Prophecy of Islam: Implications for Christians", a lecture by Dr. Paul Heck.

8/28/2012
Rome: Students Reflect

Students Laura Sadowski, Anthony Priolo and Krystyna Quevedo reflect on the Center for Catholic Studies’ Rome course/trip.

5/30/2012
Annual Faculty Summer Seminar 2012

Seton Hall faculty members participated in a seminar on “What is Critical Thinking?” on May 22 and 23.

5/24/2012
Catholic Studies 2012 Grads

The Center for Catholic Studies highlights graduates Luca Battaglia, Joseph Pastino and Andrew Presti.

5/22/2012
A World of Opportunities: Rome 2012

Freshman student Susanna Floyd writes about the Center for Catholic Studies 2012 Spring Break Course/Trip to Rome.

4/17/2012
Faculty Summer Seminar 2012

Catholic Studies and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership Summer Seminar 2012: “What is Critical Thinking”? May 22 and 23.

4/14/2012
Micah Immigration Summit

The Micah Institute for Business and Economics presents: “Human Dignity and the Twelve Million”, April 28

4/12/2012
Rome Study Abroad

Seton Hall students are studying abroad with the Center for Catholic Studies during Spring Break in Rome.

3/15/2012
Solar Power at St. Peter’s

The Center for Catholic Studies presents a Spring 2012 lecture on The Catholic Church and Environmental Sustainability.

3/7/2012
Catholic Priest Among Muslims

The Center for Catholic Studies and the Department of Religion present a Spring 2012 Lecture on Catholicism & Islam.

2/29/2012
The Experience of Peacemaking

Center for Catholic Studies and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations present 2012 Conflict Resolution Lecture, April 23.

2/29/2012
Summer Study Abroad in Spain

The Center for Catholic Studies is sponsoring a three-credit study abroad course, The Foundations of Christian Culture: Spain.

1/31/2012
Catholic Studies Dinner Held

The Center for Catholic Studies hosted its first annual Formal Holiday dinner for students and faculty on December 1.

12/9/2011
Student Reflection: Commonweal Panel

Student Elizabeth Behrens reflects on Commonweal Conversations: 'The Writing Life: What's Faith Got to Do with It?'.

12/6/2011
Southern Windows Exhibit

Seton Hall Alumnus Father James Behrens presents a photography exhibit in the Walsh Gallery Windows.

12/1/2011
The Lonergan Review

The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute announces the publication of Vol. III of The Lonergan Review.

11/30/2011
Fall 2011 Newman Series Continues

Join us as for the last program in the Reading Newman: On Friendship, Readings and Reflection series.

11/3/2011
Spring Break Study Abroad in Rome

The Center for Catholic Studies presents Spring Break 2012 Study Abroad class/trip to Rome for class credit.

10/28/2011
Student Study Abroad Reflection

Elizabeth Behrens describes her Oxford Study Abroad experience with the Center for Catholic Studies.

10/28/2011
First Lonergan Research Fellow

Gregory Floyd, the Lonergan Institute’s first Summer Fellow in 2011, has contributed to the center’s ongoing research.

10/6/2011
Lecture on Caravaggio

Catherine Osborne presents a lecture on theological aesthetics and Caravaggio’s Madonna of the Grooms on Nov. 14 at 4:30 p.m.

10/6/2011
Immigration and Catholic Teaching

Join us on Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m. for a lecture on Immigration and Catholic Teaching, part of the Fall 2011 Lecture Series.

9/13/2011
Welcome Mass

Join us on September 28 for the Center for Catholic Studies Welcome Mass at the University Chapel at 5 p.m.

8/25/2011
SHU Group Travels to Italy

A group of faculty and staff recently participated in a Roman study tour focused on Christianity and Culture in Dialogue.

6/27/2011
Catholic Studies' Upcoming Program

The Center for Catholic Studies presents its upcoming events and programs for Fall 2011 and Winter/Spring 2012.

5/25/2011
Micah Institute Holds Annual Summit

"There is something very unappealing when a business argues that it cannot afford to pay a living wage to its workers."

5/23/2011
Newman's Rhetoric in the "Apologia"

On Wednesday, May 25 at 6 p.m. Dr. Cyril O'Regan will lecture on Newman's rhetoric in the Apologia. All are welcome.

5/6/2011
"Lentils on Fridays"

On Thursday, April 28 Dr. Nadeau will lecture on “Lentils on Fridays: Understanding Spain's History Through Its Food."

4/7/2011
May 2011 Faculty Summer Seminar

The Center for Catholic Studies and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership are co-sponsoring “John Henry Newman."

3/30/2011
Annual Micah Summit - "Living Wage"

How does a business person wanting to be a servant leader approach decisions regarding wages?

2/18/2011
February 3 & 4 Lectures

Public Lecture and Faculty Colloquium on how science and religion can be compatible.

12/22/2010
Update: Study Abroad 2011

The Foundations of Christian Culture: England and The Foundations of Christian Culture: Spain and World Youth Day.

11/16/2010
The Idea of a University

Msgr. Liddy and Prof. McGlone present an afternoon celebrating the beatification of Newman.

11/1/2010
Pope Benedict XVI and Lubich

Professor Amy Uelmen will discuss Chiara Lubich's spirituality of unity and how the Focolare foster economic justice.

10/14/2010
Faculty Retreat Series 2010-11

Msgr. Gerard McCarren reflects on John Henry Newman in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.

9/21/2010
Cardinal Newman to be Beatified

Msgr. Liddy, Rev. Gomes and Msgr. Ivory will attend the beatification of Newman on September 19.

9/10/2010
Institute Receives Major Support

Through the ongoing support of an anonymous foundation, a grant of $25,000 was received by the Micah Institute.

9/8/2010
Students Awarded Scholarships

Patrick Curran and Brian Callahan were awarded Center for Catholic Studies scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year.

9/8/2010
"The Great Renaissance Race"

Art Historian Elizabeth Lev will lecture on "Pagan Antiquity vs. Christian Italy" on September 2.

8/18/2010
Has Art History Lost Its Soul?

Art Historian Elizabeth Lev will lecture on "Has Art History Lost Its Soul?" on September 1.

8/17/2010
Magazine Features April Conference

"Living City" Magazine features an essay about the recent conference "Contemporary Movements for Social Justice."

8/10/2010
Center  Hosts Italian Teachers

The Center for Catholic Studies hosts members of the Associazione Italiana Maestri Cattolici (AIMC).

7/19/2010
Fragmenting Dialogues, 4/14/10

Dr. David Tracy will present a lecture on the emergence of dialogue in the ancient world and today.

4/5/2010
Social Justice Explored

Join Catholic Studies on April 24 for Contemporary Movements in Social Justice, exploring the work of Bernard Lonergan.

4/4/2010
Orientale Lumen XIV Conference

Join the Center for Catholic Studies for an opportunity to discuss and learn about Catholic and Orthodox traditions.

4/3/2010
May 2010 - Faculty Seminar

Professor Mark Doorley of Villanova University will facilitate the May 2010 Faculty Seminar "Teaching as an Ethical Act".

3/11/2010
Saints and Sleuths IV

 A celebration of Catholic life, features dramatic readings, performances and commentaries.

12/23/2009
Business is a Human Science, 11/12/2009

A conversation with Mr. Gene Ahner on understanding business as a vocation.

11/2/2009
Religious Legal Theory, 11/12-13/2009

Msgr. Richard Liddy will speak at the conference "Religious Legal Theory: The State of the Field" at SHU School of Law.

10/30/2009
The Soul of a Leader, 10/27/2009

A conversation with Dr. Margaret Benefiel on a new model of leadership in tough economic times.

10/8/2009
Launch of The Lonergan Review

The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute Announces the Launch of its Journal: The Lonergan Review.

9/30/2009
Catholicism and the Big Apple

Join the Center for Catholic Studies for two exciting walking tours exploring Catholic New York.

9/10/2009
Forging a New Economic Paradigm

Take a closer look at the root of the economic crisis during the Bernard J. Lonergan Economic Summit on June 19 and 20.

6/11/2009
The Legacy of Thomas Merton

Today at 4 p.m. the University will present "Uncaging Our Minds and Opening the Ears of Our Hearts".

2/11/2009
Saints and Sleuths

Terrorists, romance, slander and ghosts -- join us for Saints and Sleuths, a celebration of Catholic life in literature.

1/21/2009
Visit Oxford this summer!

Earn three credits studying abroad in "the greatest city in the world" this summer!

11/6/2008
The New Atheism Revisited

Tired of the hearing the same old views on science and faith?  Join us for a fresh perspective...

11/6/2008
Lonergan Inspires Micah Event

Join the Center for Catholic Studies on Oct. 28 and apply the teachings of Bernard Lonergan to business and the economy.

10/17/2008
Symposium Celebrates a Legacy

Join us for "Georges Rouault and the Art of Sacred Engagement" on Saturday, September 27, from 2-5 p.m.

9/23/2008
Two Ways to the Same End

David Mills to give a lecture comparing G.K. Chesterton’s "Orthodoxy" and C.S. Lewis’s "Mere Christianity" on April 22.

4/11/2008
St. Augustine’s Confessions

The Neoplatonic Form and Content of St. Augustine’s Confessions, a lecture by Dr. Wayne Hankey on April 16.

3/27/2008
Holiness & Workaday World

“Holiness in the Workaday World” a mini-conference on the teaching of St. Josemaria Escriva.

10/8/2007
Explore the Land Down Under!

Join us for an Information Session on September 27 for Catholic Studies' Study Abroad trip to Australia in Summer 2008.

9/18/2007
Catholicism Explored

The Center for Catholic Studies will welcome William Kauffman and Randall S. Rosenberg for two upcoming special events.

9/12/2007
Catholicism and the Big Apple

Join the Center for Catholic Studies for two exciting walking tours exploring Catholic New York.

9/12/2007
Chesterton Review: Poland

The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture has released its special Polish Issue of The Chesterton Review.

8/20/2007
Human Sexuality Panel Discussion

This panel focuses on the Church & sexuality in secularized society Wednesday, April 11, Jubilee Auditorium 6:30 p.m.

4/9/2007
Catholicism in Depth

The Center for Catholic Studies will present a series of unique discussions in March and April.

3/19/2007
Preserving Catholic Artifacts Digitally

Seton Hall’s pioneering work on the preservation and digitization of religious artifacts was featured at a conference in Bulgaria.

12/8/2006
Britain’s Schindler
The Sister Rose Thering Endowment will show film highlighting a man’s quest to save 669 children from the Nazi Germany.
12/5/2006
Lonergan Institute to Launch

The Center for Catholic Studies will unveil its new institute on Thursday, November 16, at 4 p.m.

11/15/2006
Discover Natural Law & Rhetoric of Persuasion

Jean Porter, Ph.D. will discuss the Natural Law and Saint Thomas Aquinas on Thursday April 20 at 4 p.m. in the Beck Rooms at Walsh Library.

5/10/2006
Reflections for Lent

2/28/2006
Evolution and Design

Stephen Barr, Ph.D., speaks on evolution and intelligent design on Feb. 27, at 4 p.m. in Jubilee Hall Auditorium. 

2/10/2006
Catholic Radio in New Jersey

Jim Manfredonia ’77 and his wife, Cheryl, lease and operate 89.3 FM, a radio station devoted to Catholic programming.

1/25/2006
 
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