What is Evil?
Can evil be understood? How can an all-loving and all-powerful God permit evil and suffering?
What is Truth?
What is Truth? Can the Truth really set us free? Sit down with some of Seton Hall's brightest minds and discover the relationship between truth and freedom.
What is Happiness?
Are you truly happy? What does it mean to have true happiness? Take a moment to listen to some of Seton Hall's brightest minds tackle these questions!
"Outcasts" Audience Reactions
Seton Hall students react to a screening of the Award-Winning documentary "Outcasts".
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe: Transcending Borders
In this special lecture, Reverend Augustus "Gus" Puleo, will address how Our Lady of Guadalupe is at the forefront of the immigration debate in our country.
A Bishop Who Stood Against Hitler
"The Lion of Münster: The Bishop Who Roared Against The Nazis" Blessed Clemens August von Galen was the first bishop named in Germany after Adolf Hitler took power.
Exorcism & The Power of God
Fr. Vincent Lampert, exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, gives an overview of the ministry of exorcism and the power Christ holds over the demonic world.
Fatima 100th Year Anniversary
It's been 100 years since the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima (1917-2017) and the Miracle of the Sun!
Cardinal Joseph Tobin's Homily
Seton Hall Campus Ministry was blessed last week to welcome Cardinal Joseph Tobin to the Immaculate Conception Chapel for the celebration of Holy Mass.
Deck the Hall Christmas Party
Seton Hall Campus Ministry hosted a beautiful Christmas Party in the Atrium of Jubilee Hall.
My Life With The Saints
Dr. Mary J. Corwin, Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University, gives a powerful testimony as to how the Saints have directly intervened in her life.
Christ on Campus
Students, seminarians, faculty and staff all gathered on the Green for a twilight exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and benediction in the heart of campus.