Inside the Core, we were very happy to welcome the Most Reverend Fernando Natalio Chomalí Garib, Metropolitan Archbishop of Santiago, Chile, to Seton Hall University, where he visited a Core II class.
News and Events
The Scholars' Forum in the CIT welcomes Jeff Morrow, Ph.D, professor of ICSST, and co-author of a new book, A Catholic Guide to the Old Testament.
The Department of Catholic Studies proudly presents the Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series: "Discerning Ethical Questions in a Synodal Church: An Ecumenical Reflection" by Myriam Wijlens.
"Galileo, Science and Scripture," a lecture by Kenneth J. Howell, Ph.D., an Academic Director of the Eucharist Project and President of the Pontifical Studies Foundation.
A conversation about Christopher Dawson who was one of the greatest Catholic historians of the 20th century. A scholar of extraordinary range and variety.
Inside the Core we are reading medieval scholars Moses Maimonides, Ibn Rushd, and Thomas Aquinas. The latter is linked closely to the origins of the Catholic University.
Seton Hall’s newest cultural organization, the Albanian Student Organization (ASO), was proud to be represented at the Involvement Fair on the South Orange campus in January.
The University Core is pleased to announce our Teacher of the Year, Chad Thralls, Ph.D., and Scholar of the Year, Roger Alfani, Ph.D. They bring a standard of excellence to the Core and to Seton Hall.
Interim President Katia Passerini shared her faith journey at the Center for Catholic Studies’ monthly student-faculty coffeehouse.
Several of us in the Core participated in a service of Prayer for Christian Unity at St. Helen's Church in Westfield where Seton Hall's Rev. Pritchett gave the sermon, and Cardinal Tobin presided.
What is "attention"? How has the understanding of attention changed over time? Princeton Professor D. Graham Burnett will examine these questions, and more, on Thursday, 2/8 at 1 p.m. in the Beck Room
Reflecting on Pope Francis’s emphasis on the importance of accompanying the marginalized and on his teachings on compassion, empathy, and social justice, which are rooted in the life of Jesus.
Core II classes begin by reading ancient Greek texts, such as Plato's Crito, and early Christian texts from the New Testament and other writers, like Tertullian, Justin Martyr, and Perpetua.
University Core Fellow and author Chad Thralls contemplates the changing seasons of basketball play with his noontime contingent along with the lessons of impermanence, joy and community.
Social work assistant professor and co-director of Seton Hall’s Catholic Social Thought (CST) in Action Academy, Anthony Nicotera, J.D., D.S.W., published an article.
Inside the Core we held a bake sale to help a refugee family met by Core Fellow Roger Alfani on his research trip to East Africa last summer.