This May, the Faculty Summer Seminar led by Father Lawrence Frizzell will explore Interfaith Relations.
Join Catholic Studies as they sponsor the lecture, featuring Reverend Daniel Utrecht, C.O., Ph.D. who will be presenting a lecture on "A Bishop Who Stood Against Hitler and His Lessons for Today."
The Center for Catholic Studies honors the 10 year anniversary of the passing of William J. Toth.
Team Coady, a group from northern N.J. interested in the work of Father Moses Coady, will lead a panel discussion on the third millennium Haitians as masters of their own destiny.
Jessica West, M.S.P.A. candidate, reflects on her minor in Catholic Studies, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Join us for this 2-session workshop on Critical Thinking and Assessment in the general structure of human consciousness.
Dr. Murzaku, Ph.D., Professor of Church History and Director of the Catholic Studies Program will keynote address.
The first Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor, noted theologian Mark Miller, addressed the Seton Hall teaching community as the Keynote Speaker at the 2017 Faculty Convocation on Friday, September 8th.
Dr. Anthony Sciglitano reflects on Self-Transcendence and the Intellectual Life on Monday, October 2 in the first retreat.
Seton Hall University has appointed noted theologian Mark T. Miller as the first Toth/Lonergan Endowed Visiting Professor.
The workshop, entitled “The Role of Functional Specialties,” was held in Trieste, Italy, July 25-27, 2017.
Join Dr. Mark Morelli in a Skype workshop where he will introduce themes of ideals that inform the language of the University
The Chesterton Institute announces conference series in Chile: Santiago, Concepcion and Talca -- May 2017
Join us for a lecture by Frederick Lawrence, PhD, BC, as he explores John Finnis and Bernard Lonergan on Natural Law.
Dr. William’s groundbreaking study chronicles the epic journey of black Catholic sisters in the United States.
Archbishop Bolen will discuss Towards Unity, a collection of essays in honor of Monsignor Radano's ecumenical work.
Join Prof. Tom McAuley as he discusses the importance of the hydrological cycle through the works of Bernard Lonergan.
Join us for a lecture by John Dadosky, Ph.D., exploring a philosophy of beauty based on the thought of Bernard Lonergan.
Join Amy Giuliano as she discusses the history and theological significance of the ancient pilgrimage of the Station Churches.
The essays from the 2016 Faculty Summer Seminar, "Meeting St. Paul of Tarsus: Teacher of the Nations," have been published.