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Co-curricular Activities

Center for Catholic Studies Program 2017-2018

Including the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture, and the Micah Institute for Business and Economics

Fall 2018

  • Tuesday November 7, Walsh Gallery, 6-8 p.m.- Micheal O'Siadhail, Poetry Reading presented by the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture, co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Studies.
  • Ongoing Faculty Development programs, co-sponsored with the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership:
    • University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating.
    • Advanced University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating.
    • Praxis Program of the Advanced University Seminar on Mission - co-sponsors, Cohorts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ongoing monthly Peer Support meetings
    • G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture programs – international conferences and guest lectures.
  • Ongoing Woodstock Business Conference/Seton Hall Chapter and Micah Group on line resources, September- May
  • Ongoing: Spanish Mass, sponsored by the G.K. Chesterton Institute - first Thursday, monthly.

Summer 2018

  • May 23, 24, 25 – Annual Faculty Summer Seminar with Fr. Lawrence Frizzell, “Interfaith Relations”
  • June 2-9 - Fourth Annual Praxis Program Summer Workshop - Rome, Italy.
  • July 15-22 - Faculty Retreat in Rome - co-sponsored with Department of the Core.

Spring 2018

  • February 7 – Ethics and Economics Forum, “Third Millenium Haitians as Masters of Their Own Destiny”. Co-sponsored with the Department of Religion.
  • March 27 – Guest Lecture by Visiting Scholar Paul Robin, with the Department of Physics
  • April 10 - Guest lecture by Fr. Timothy Graff, “A Stranger and You Took Me In – The Local Catholic Community and Immigration”
  • April 13 – Ethics and Economics Forum, with Professor Yeomin Yoon, “Human Values, Ethics and Political Economy.”
  • April 18 – Guest lecture by Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor Mark Miller, “The Meaning of Redemption”
  • April 19 – Co-sponsoring RENEW International Symposium on Parish Renewal.
  • Ongoing Faculty Development Seminars, co-sponsored with the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership:
    • University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating.
    • Praxis Program of the Advanced University Seminar on Mission - co-sponsors, Cohorts 1, 2, 3 4 ongoing monthly Peer Support meetings; New Cohort 5 begins.
  • G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture – International Conferences – Spain; Chicago.
  • Ongoing Monthly Ethics and Economics Forum Series, co-sponsored by the Department of Religion, the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute.
  • Ongoing Woodstock Business Conference/Seton Hall Chapter and Micah Group on line resources, September- May
  • Ongoing Spanish Mass, sponsored by the G.K. Chesterton Institute - first Thursday, monthly

Spring 2017

Summer 2017

Fall 2017

  • September 8 -Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor Mark Miller gives keynote address at Faculty Convocation.
  • September 14-15 – Annual Italian Lonergan Conference, Piacenza , Italy , "Insight after 50 Years" Msgr. Richard Liddy presenting on "Simplifying Lonergan."
  • September 22-23 – Lonergan Institute, Boston College, "Collaboration with Prof. Russell Hurlburt."
  • Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor Mark Miller teaching two undergraduate courses.
  • October 16 – Visiting lecture to faculty on Bernard Lonergan by Msgr. Richard Liddy at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.
  • October 17 – Workshop, Part 1 - sponsored by the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute and the SHU Center for Faculty Development, presented by Richard Grallo, Professor of Applied Psychology at Metropolitan College of New York, on the Generalized Empirical Method and Critical Thinking.
  • November 7 - Workshop, Part 2, sponsored by the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute and the SHU Center for Faculty Development, presented by Richard Grallo, Professor of Applied Psychology at Metropolitan College of New York, on the Generalized Empirical Method and Assessment.
  • November 30 – Guest Lecture by Prof. Hilary Mooney of University of Education, Weingarten, Germany, on “Discerning Intentionality: St. Paul and Bernard Lonergan on Growth in Human Authenticity”. Co-sponsored with Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership.
  • Ongoing Faculty Development Seminars, co-sponsored with the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership:
  • University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Liddy co-facilitating.
  • The Advanced University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating
  • Praxis Program of the Advanced University Seminar on Mission - co-sponsors, Cohorts 1, 2, 3 4 - Peer Support;
  • G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture – International Conferences – Poland, Chile.
  • Ongoing Monthly Ethics and Economics Forum Series, co-sponsored by the Department of Religion, the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute.
  • Ongoing Woodstock Business Conference/Seton Hall Chapter and Micah Group on line resources, September- May
  • Ongoing Spanish Mass, sponsored by the G.K. Chesterton Institute - first Thursday, monthly

Ongoing Publications

Past Events

Visiting Scholar Lecture Series

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  • Tuesday November 7, Walsh Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm- Micheal O’Siadhail, Poetry Reading presented by the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture, co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Studies.
  • Ongoing Faculty Development programs, co-sponsored with the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership:
  • University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating.
  • Advanced University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating.
  • Praxis Program of the Advanced University Seminar on Mission - co-sponsors, Cohorts 1, 2, 3, 4,5 ongoing monthly Peer Support meetings
  • G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture programs – international conferences and guest lectures.
  • Ongoing Woodstock Business Conference/Seton Hall Chapter and Micah Group on line resources, September- May
  • Ongoing: Spanish Mass, sponsored by the G.K. Chesterton Institute - first Thursday, monthly.
    • February 23, 4 pm – Guest Lecture by Amy Giuliano, “A Lenten Pilgrimage: The Art and Architecture of the Roman Stational Liturgy.” Faculty Lounge, Student Center.
    • March 1 – Msgr. Richard Liddy talk in Mathematics Department course, "The Limits of Logic" - professors Thomas Marlowe and Rev. Joseph Laracy. 15 students.
    • March 3 – Msgr. Richard Liddy talk to STEM faculty group in the sciences (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), on "The Sciences and the Mission of Seton Hall University" . 20 faculty.
    • March 13 – Msgr. Richard Liddy talk to Serra Club of the Oranges: "Authenticity".
    • March 15 – Msgr. Richard Liddy talk in Stillman Business School to two classes of Professor Yeomin Yoon's class, "Global Business: Engaging the World", on "Business and the Core Curriculum: Escaping the Cave". 40 students.
    • March 23, 4 pm – Guest Lecture by John Dadosky, STD, Ph.D., “Every Being is Beautiful: Philosophy for a Theology of Beauty.” Faculty Lounge, University Center.
    • March 29, 4 pm – Guest Lecture by Tom McCauley , “Water: A Lonergan Take”, Chancellor’s Suite, University Center.
    • March 30 – Msgr. Richard Liddy, Open Talk to Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, South Orange, NJ "Becoming Conscious: The Journey to Authenticity"
    • April 27, 4 pm – Guest Lecture by Fred Lawrence, Boston College, “John Finnis and Bernard Lonergan on Natural Law”
    • Ongoing Faculty Development Seminars, co-sponsored with the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership:
    • The University Seminar on Mission - Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating
    • The Advanced University Seminar on Mission – Msgr. Richard Liddy co-facilitating
    • Praxis Program of the Advanced University Seminar on Mission - co-sponsors, Cohort 1& 2– Advisory Council; Cohorts 1, 2, 3 4 - Peer Support;
    • G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture – International Conferences, Madrid; Chile.
    • Ongoing Monthly Ethics and Economics Forum Series, co-sponsored by the Department of Religion, the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute of the Center for Catholic Studies.
    • February 8 – “Teaching Catholic Social Thought”, Michael Maloney, Ph.D., Seton Hall Religion Department
    • Ongoing Woodstock Business Conference/Seton Hall Chapter and Micah Group on line resources, September- May
    • Ongoing Trinity Health Leadership Ministry Academy program for health care professionals,
      Cohort 3 & 4.
    • Ongoing: Spanish Mass - first Thursday, monthly
    • May 23, 24, 25 – Annual Faculty Summer Seminar, “The Message of Matthew”, with Fr. Pablo Gadenz
    • June 13, 14,15 – Faculty Skype Workshop, “Self-Knowledge and the Language of the University”, with Mark Morelli
    • June 23 – Annual Lonergan Workshop, Boston College - Msgr. Richard Liddy presenting on “Intellectual Conversion as Pastoral”.
    • July 22-29 - Praxis Program Summer Workshop, “The Role of Functional Specialties”, Trieste, Italy. Co-sponsored by Boston College, University of Trieste, and the Jacques Maritain Institute.
    • August 3 – 5 - Newman Association of America Annual Conference, “Looking for Truth, Finding Mercy”, St. Thomas University, St. Paul, MN. Msgr. Richard Liddy, President.
    • August 22 – Praxis Program Back to School Workshop
    • August 30 – Welcome program for Professor Mark Miller, inaugural Toth/Lonergan Endowment Visiting Professor
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