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Catholic Mission

Catholic Values Shape the Seton Hall Community

bayleyIt doesn't take much time on the Seton Hall campus to realize that you are part of a community guided by faith. Whether this first becomes apparent when you see priests eating alongside you in the cafeteria or when walking past our beautiful historic chapel, you will quickly learn that our Catholic tradition is a big part of who we are. More »

 

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Travel with Campus Ministry

Hear about Campus Ministry's "Spirit Trek" to Alaska and learn how to get involved in upcoming trips such as Colorado in Summer 2015.

Lilly Fellows Program
Lilly Fellows Program Conference

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

 Andrea Bartoli
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.

 

Office of Mission and Ministry

Monsignor Anthony ZiccardiThe Office of Mission and Ministry is charged with ensuring that Seton Hall fulfills its Catholic mission.  We oversee the University's Catholic initiatives, work to infuse Catholic values, faith and intellectual heritage throughout the University and help promote the University's efforts at developing servant leaders. More »

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Mass Schedule

Calendar All Masses are held in the Immaculate Conception Chapel.

  • Sunday Mass
    10 a.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.

  • Weekdays
    8 a.m., 12 p.m., and 5 p.m.
    (No 5 p.m. Mass on Fridays)

  • Confessions
    11:30 a.m. (Monday thru Friday)
    10 p.m. (Wednesdays)
 

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Response by Archbishop Myers to Recent Media Coverage

The Most Rev. John J. Myers, the Archbishop of Newark, who also serves as the Chairman of Seton Hall's Board of Trustees and the President of its Board of Regents, has made the protection of children a principal responsibility of his service to the Archdiocese.  Recently, the local media have reported unsubstantiated allegations involving Archbishop Myers' oversight of a now-deceased priest in Peoria, Ill., when he served as the Bishop there a number of years ago.The following documents have been posted online to provide more accurate and balanced information regarding this matter:

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