In Fides et ratio, philosophy is committed to serving the expansion of right reason.
Department of Catholic Studies News
Alumnus Christian Zeron '16, founder and CEO of Theo & Harris, a vintage watch company, recently cracked $2 million in sales.
The Program of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu) 2019
After Lutherans and Catholics observed the 500th Anniversary of The Reformation in 2017, Dr. Susan K. Wood discusses 'What is Next in Catholic-Lutheran Relations?'
The dramatic reading of Chesterton's Father Brown Story "The Sign of the Broken Sword," is adapted and directed by Dr. James McGlone, Professor Emeritus.
The Program of Catholic Studies invites you to explore Italy in The Footsteps of the Saints. Spring Break 2019.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "Living in Truth, and Love, Lessons from Saint Moscati, Doctor of the Church."
The story on the 1982 meeting where the president and the pope confided their conviction that God had spared their lives.
This conference, held on Tuesday, October 2 at 1 p.m, will celebrate Pope Paul VI's upcoming canonization on October 14, 2018 in St. Peter's Square by Pope Francis.
A Catholic Studies degree prepared Kristine well for her teaching vocation.
A group of fifteen Core faculty, with some additional guests, had a wonderful week of fellowship and inspiration in Rome.
Fathers Laracy and Platania presented at a seminar about theological and scientific perspectives on the Universe's origins.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Director of Catholic Studies Program will deliver the keynote address at Wyszynski in Poland.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Naomi A. Shuyama had a great opportunity to serve as an intern for the United Nations' annual Committee on Teaching About the United Nations.
Ines Murzaku, Catholic Studies program director, will present seminars and lectures at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre, in Rome, Italy.
Through her Catholic Studies minor, Cassidy Martin '17, R.N., gained an appreciation for Catholicism's contributions to science.
Come and enjoy this celebration of Irish cultural heritage, orchestrated by Dr. James McGlone.
Jordan Mabalatan's interdisciplinary experiences at Seton Hall have helped him develop a more holistic worldview.
Dr. James McGlone will present a reading of G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown Story: The Invisible Man