On December 1, 2011, The Center for Catholic Studies hosted its first annual Formal Holiday Dinner. Catholic Studies students, as well as students who have participated in Catholic Studies events such as Studies Abroad, were invited to share food and fellowship during the meal, which was held in Seton Hall’s University Club.
The Formal Holiday Dinner began with an etiquette lesson graciously given by Father Mark O’Malley, who donated his time to help make the dinner a success. The Center for Catholic Studies looks forward to continuing this new tradition in service of the Center’s ever-growing commitment to community, engagement and student fellowship.
About the Center for Catholic Studies
Seton Hall University’s Center for Catholic Studies is dedicated to fostering a dialogue between the Catholic intellectual tradition and all areas of study and contemporary culture. To that end, it sponsors an undergraduate degree program for students, focusing on interdisciplinary studies, with opportunities for community, service, scholarship and foreign study. The Center is the home of the G.K. Chesterton Institute, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute and the Micah Institute for Business and Economics, and their publications. The Center offers study and research, as well as an ongoing program on faith and culture, social justice, business and the economy, for audiences world-wide.
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