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Department of Catholic Studies Fall Programs

Department of Catholic Studies Fall Semester Lectures.

The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41-NEW ISSUE

The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41, No. 1&2.


GEM Fellows Praxis Retreat

Some of the participants from Praxis of the Advanced Mission Seminar were in Rome for an academic retreat 19-25 May 2015.

Online bibliography with GEM

The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute launches Select Interdisciplinary Bibliography on GEM, the Disciplines & Professions.

2015 Annual Faculty Summer Seminar

The 2015 Faculty Summer Seminar, "The Quest for God &The Good Life," will be on June 2-4 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Ethics and Economics Forum

The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on April 30 at 12:30 p.m. in Business Conference Room, Jubilee Hall 558.

Catholic-Orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue

The Department of Catholic Studies is proud to present The Orthodox-Catholic Dialogue Expert Panel Discussion

Msgr. James Cafone S.T.D. Memorial Lecture

 Department of Catholic Studies is proud to present a lecture in memory of Monsignor James Cafone S.T.D.

"The Body in Prayer" Lecture

The Center for Catholic Studies sponsors lecture by Dr. Paul LaChance on April 20 at 5 p.m. in Stafford Hall, Room 111.

Marianne Lloyd Wins Collegium Award

 Dr. Marianne Lloyd wins the 2015 Collegium Visionary Award.

Ethics and Economics Forum

The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on March 26 at 12:30 p.m. in University Center 214.

Delta Epsilon Sigma - Honor Society Revived

Delta Epsilon Sigma - a National Scholastic Honor Society for Students of Catholic Colleges and Universities

Ethics and Economics Forum

The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on February 26 at 12:30 p.m. in University Center, Room 214.

“Who is Jesus of Nazareth” Lecture

Jeremy Wilkins, Director of the Lonergan Research Institute, to give lecture on “Who is Jesus of Nazareth?” on Jan. 29.

Msgr. Liddy Lectures at Gannon

Msgr. Richard Liddy gave a lecture entitled "Insight and the Universe" at Gannon University on November 12, 2014.

Ethics and Economics Forum

The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on Dec. 2, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. in UC 214.

Ethics and Economics Forum

The Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on October 29, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. in UC 214.

Lilly Fellows Program Conference

The Center for Catholic Studies sponsored faculty who attended the Lilly Fellows Program's National Conference

Dean Bartoli on Business, Peace

The Micah Institute sponsors lecture by Dr. Andrea Bartoli on Oct 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the Diplomacy Room, McQuaid Hall.

Collegium Inspires Seton Hall Faculty

Center for Catholic Studies sponsors Seton Hall Collegium participants to further the university's faith-based mission.

The Lonergan Review, Vol. V, 2014

The Bernard Lonergan Institute @ Seton Hall University announces the publication of Vol. V of The Lonergan Review (2014).

A Conversation with Neil Ormerod

Join us for a conversation with author Neil Ormerod on June 13 in the Chancellor’s Suite, UC from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Lonergan on Economics II

The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute to host webinar discussing Lonergan’s ideas on economics in the Basque Country.

Lonergan on Economics

Msgr Richard Liddy of the Lonergan Institute hosted a webinar that discussed Bernard Lonergan's ideas on Macroeconomics.

2014 Annual Faculty Summer Seminar

The 2014 Faculty Summer Seminar on "Transforming Conflict Through Insight" will be on May 20-22 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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.

"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.

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.

International Lonergan Conference

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

Actions Speak Loudest in Service

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

"Understanding Values" Seminar

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

2013 Faculty Summer Seminar II

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

The Hunt for Catholic Identity

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

Chesterton and Humour

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

Bernard Lonergan Conference

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

Faculty Summer Seminar 2013

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

Immaculée's Story

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

Italy Summer Study Abroad

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

Saints & Sleuths VII
The Chesterton Institute & Center for Catholic Studies Present 2013 Saints & Sleuths Series.
Assessing Values at a University

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

New Access to Msgr. Liddy’s Works

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

Faculty Retreat: Rome 2013

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

Student Reflects on 'Islam' Lecture

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

The Prophecy of Islam

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

Rome: Students Reflect

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

Annual Faculty Summer Seminar 2012

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

Catholic Studies 2012 Grads

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

A World of Opportunities: Rome 2012

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

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.

Micah Immigration Summit

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

Rome Study Abroad

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

Solar Power at St. Peter’s

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

Catholic Priest Among Muslims

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

The Experience of Peacemaking

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

Summer Study Abroad in Spain

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

Catholic Studies Dinner Held

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

Student Reflection: Commonweal Panel

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

Southern Windows Exhibit

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

The Lonergan Review

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

Fall 2011 Newman Series Continues

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

Spring Break Study Abroad in Rome

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

Student Study Abroad Reflection

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

First Lonergan Research Fellow

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

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.

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.

Welcome Mass

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

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.

Catholic Studies' Upcoming Program

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

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."

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.

"Lentils on Fridays"

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

May 2011 Faculty Summer Seminar

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

Annual Micah Summit - "Living Wage"

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

February 3 & 4 Lectures

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

Update: Study Abroad 2011

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

The Idea of a University

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

Pope Benedict XVI and Lubich

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

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.

Cardinal Newman to be Beatified

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

Institute Receives Major Support

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

Students Awarded Scholarships

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

"The Great Renaissance Race"

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

Has Art History Lost Its Soul?

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

Magazine Features April Conference

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

Center  Hosts Italian Teachers

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

Fragmenting Dialogues, 4/14/10

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

Social Justice Explored

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

Orientale Lumen XIV Conference

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

May 2010 - Faculty Seminar

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

Saints and Sleuths IV

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

Business is a Human Science, 11/12/2009

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

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.

The Soul of a Leader, 10/27/2009

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

Launch of The Lonergan Review

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

Catholicism and the Big Apple

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

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.

The Legacy of Thomas Merton

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

Saints and Sleuths

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

Visit Oxford this summer!

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

The New Atheism Revisited

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

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.

Symposium Celebrates a Legacy

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

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.

St. Augustine’s Confessions

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

Holiness & Workaday World

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

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.

Catholicism Explored

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

Catholicism and the Big Apple

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

Chesterton Review: Poland

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

Human Sexuality Panel Discussion

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

Catholicism in Depth

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

Preserving Catholic Artifacts Digitally

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

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

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

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.

Reflections for Lent

Evolution and Design

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

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.

Contact Us

Center for Catholic Studies
(973) 275-2525
(973) 275-2175
Fax (973) 275-2594
Walsh Library Rm. 429

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