Center for Catholic Studies co-sponsors 2nd annual symposium with National Catholic Studies Consortium at Loyola University Chicago.
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The Core is pleased to present our first Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition with the presentation by Ellen Scully, Ph.D., of ICSST on Wed. Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. on TEAMS.
This seminar will explore the context of John Henry Newman’s Idea, how it intersects with our own experience of higher education, and the implications of these “ideas” for Seton Hall University and its vision of a Catholic education.