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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.

"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

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