A group of fifteen Core faculty, with some additional guests, had a wonderful week of fellowship and inspiration in Rome.
Kelly Shea will be giving a presentation to Core faculty planning to go to Rome this summer, encouraging them to write about their experiences.
Philosopher Simone Weil talks about how scholarly study, when done rightly, prepares us for greater love of God and others.
Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher, offers an interesting contrast to many of the other texts read in Core II.
Gaudium et spes, a required text in Core II classes, deals with temporal problems in light of eternal meaning.
This week Core II students may be reading a work by John Henry Cardinal Newman, one of several optional modern texts.
Seton Hall commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a special showing of the film Selma, on Friday, April 6 at 7 p.m.
Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis' book on the Joy of the Gospel, is an optional text read in many Core classes this week.
In Core II classes this week, any students will be reading Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto.
Core II classes continue to explore connections between faith and science.
Dr. Greg Floyd, Core Fellow in the University Core, has written an article entitled "Death Clarifies What We Love."
Core Fellow Jason Scully has published a book on an important figure in early Christian history with Oxford University Press.
Core texts explore the link between faith and science.
Medieval philosophers dialogue with each other.
What many classes may be reading in Core II this week is The City of God by Augustine of Hippo.
This week, many Core II classes will be covering Perpetua of Carthage.