Four experts will discuss WWII refugees and the current situation of those who have fled from Syria, Iraq and other nations.
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The annual memorial lecture at Seton Hall celebrates the strengthening of Catholic-Jewish Relations.
The theme for this year’s Teachers Study Day is "Propaganda: Film and Print during and after the Nazi Period."
Cardinal Peter Turkson will address the University communityon Pope Francis’ recent Encyclical.