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Co-curricular Activities 2014-15

Center for Catholic Studies Program 2014-15

Including the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture, and the Micah Institute for Business and Economics
--in association with The Celtic Theatre--

Summer 2015 

  • May 19-25
    Bi-annual Faculty Retreat in Rome, for GEM Fellows 
  • June 2, 3, 4
    Annual Summer Faculty Seminar
  • July 20 - August 2
    Newman Association of America – Annual Conference at Seton Hall 
  • Ongoing throughout summer
    Trinity Health Leadership Ministry Academy program for health care professionals

Spring 2015 

  • January 22
    Ethics and Economics Forum, co-sponsored by the Micah Institute for Business and Economics, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, and the Department of Religion. 
  • January 29
    Guest lecture by Prof. Jeremy Wilkins of the Lonergan Research Institute, "Who is Jesus of Nazareth? Insights from Bernard Lonergan," co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Studies, the Immaculate Conception Seminary, the School of Theology and the William J. Toth Endowed Professorship 
  • February 19
    Ethics and Economics Forum, co-sponsored by the Micah Institute for Business and Economics, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, and the Department of Religion. 
  • March 25
    Guest lecture by Brad S. Gregory of University of Notre Dame, "Buying In: The Makings of Modern Consumerism in the Reformation Era," co-sponsored by The University Core, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of History, Department of Religion, Department of Catholic Studies, Center for Catholic Studies, Ethics and Economics Forum at Seton Hall University. 
  • March 26
    Ethics and Economics Forum, co-sponsored by the Micah Institute for Business and Economics, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, and the Department of Religion. 
  • April 17
    Msgr. Richard Liddy guest lectures on "Encountering Pope Francis" at Lutheran Church of the Redeemer 
  • April 20
    Guest lecture by Dr. Paul LaChance, "The Body in Prayer" 
  • April 23
    Ethics and Economics Forum, co-sponsored by the Micah Institute for Business and Economics, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, and the Department of Religion. 
  • May 8 - June 13
    "The Surprise," a play by G. K. Chesterton, presented by The Storm Theatre in collaboration with the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at the Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame in New York, NY 

Faculty Seminars facilitated by Msgr. Richard Liddy, sponsored by the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership

  • The University Seminar on Mission: Msgr. Richard Liddy facilitating 
  • Advanced University Seminar on Mission: Praxis Program, co-sponsors, "GEM Fellows", Cohort 3 

Ongoing throughout Semester

  • Woodstock Business Conference/ Seton Hall Chapter on-line resources, January – May 
  • Catholic Health East Leadership Ministry Academy program for health care professionals, Cohorts 3 and 4 
  • Micah Stillman Seminars for Business Leadership Students, Stillman School of Business, undergraduate sessions

Fall 2014 

  • August 30
    Msgr. Richard Liddy lecture at Twenty Years of Catholic Studies: A Conference in Honor of Don J. Briel, at University of Mary, Bismarck, North Dakota -- "Newman, Lonergan and the Foundations of Catholic Culture." 
  • September 11-12
    Msgr. Richard Liddy presentation on introducing the Generalized Empirical Method to university faculty, Bolzano, Italy, Annual Seminar on Lonergan sponsored by the School of Education, Sacred Heart University, Italy, and the Italian Conference of Catholic Bishops. 
  • September - October
    Exhibit in Walsh Gallery, "Chesterton and Freedom" 
  • September 18
    Conference on "The Chesterton Institute: 'Tis Forty Years Since," McGill University, Montreal, Canada, Fr. Ian Boyd, speaker 
  • September 25
    Ethics and Economics Forum, sponsored by the Department of Religion; the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute of the Center for Catholic Studies. 
  • October 2
    Fr. Ian Boyd Guest Lecture on Chesterton, sponsored by the Department of Catholic Studies at Seton Hall 
  • October 3, 4
    Msgr. Richard Liddy facilitated retreat at Boston College on Lonergan and Healthcare 
  • October 13-17
    G.K. Chesterton Institute Conference: "Chesterton, Distributism and Poland," Speakers: Fr. Ian Boyd & Dr. Dermot Quinn,  Warsaw, Poland, Co-sponsored by the American Institute of Polish Culture, the University of Warsaw and the Office of the Archbishop of Warsaw 
  • October 29
    WBC/ Micah Institute Guest Lecture: Dr. Andrea Bartoli on "Blessed are the Peacemakers: Our Obligations as Business Persons in a World at War," School of Diplomacy
    Ethics and Economics Forum, sponsored by the Department of Religion; the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute of the Center for Catholic Studies. 
  • November 7 - 9
    Newman Association of American conference, Paris, France, The Relevance of Newman in a Christian and Post-Christian World, Msgr. Richard Liddy speaking. 
  • November 13
    Msgr. Richard Liddy guest lecture at Gannon University, Erie, PA. "Insight and the Universe." 
  • December 2
    Ethics and Economics Forum, sponsored by the Department of Religion; the Micah Institute and Bernard J. Lonergan Institute of the Center for Catholic Studies.
  • December 4
    Guest Lecture by Dr. Cheryl Picard, Carleton University, "Insight Approach to Conflict and Insight Mediation," co-sponsored with the Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution, School of Diplomacy. 
  • November - December, TBD
    G.K. Chesterton Institute Conference, "40 Years of the G.K. Chesterton Institute," London, England. 

Faculty Seminars facilitated by Msgr. Richard Liddy, sponsored by the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership

  • Integrating Wisdom: Advanced Seminar on Mission Series: October 1, 8, 22; November 5, 19. 
  • The University Seminar on Mission: September 29, November 10. 
  • Praxis Pilot Program, "GEM Fellows" co-sponsors: ongoing implementation and peer support groups throughout Fall semester. 

Ongoing throughout Semester

  • Spanish Mass -12:30 pm in Boland Hall Chapel – First Thursday each month, starting October, co-sponsored with Campus Ministry. 
  • Woodstock Business Conference/ Seton Hall Chapter, Micah Group monthly on-line resources, Sept - May. 
  • Catholic Health East Leadership Ministry Academy program for health care professionals. Micah Leadership Seminars for Stillman School of Business, undergraduate student sessions. 
  • Micah Leadership Seminars for School of Diplomacy, leadership and administration sessions. 
  • Faculty development and scholarship support for students in the Department of Catholic Studies degree program.
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