Monsignor Richard Liddy's 1993 book, Transforming Light: Intellectual Conversion in the Early Lonergan, has recently been translated into Italian.
A group of fifteen Core faculty, with some additional guests, had a wonderful week of fellowship and inspiration in Rome.
Catholic Studies awarded senior David Miller with the Msgr. James Cafone Catholic Mission Vitae Gaudium Awards.
Eleven faculty members participated in this year's international workshop, entitled "Perspectives on a Catholic Philosophy of Education: Action and Direction for the 21st Century."
The 4th Annual Praxis Program Summer Workshop in Rome, Italy, and allow for dialogue on catholic theology of education
Faculty summer seminar participants will review a key document from the Second Vatican Council,the Nostra Aetate
Ms. Gloria Garafulich-Grabois of the Chesterton Institute, receives the Gabriela Mistral Order of Merit.
The Center for Catholic Studies will sponsor RENEW International as they celebrate 40 years of transforming parish life!
Professor Mark Miller, Ph.D., will give a lecture on "The Meaning of Redemption," and question possible ways to heal humanity.
Visiting Scholar Paul Robin, will give a lecture, "From Trust to Conscience in Life and Science."
Father Timothy Graff will describe the local Catholic community's efforts to listen to the Word of God by welcoming outsiders.
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.