Join us in McNulty 101, October 28th at 7 p.m. for an evening conversation of Dante's works. With guest speakers Drs. Vittorio Montemaggi, Paul Camacho, and Jennifer Martin.
News and Events
On Wednesday, October 6th, Fr. Chase Pepper's research focuses on themes of exile and unity in Dante’s Divine Comedy in a lecture titled Dante and the Good Life."
Ms. Reddin will discuss her role in ministry formation and mission integration, as well as similar career positions that focus on creating an organization that is committed to the Catholic Mission
On June 14-16th, the Center for Catholic Studies will host the twenty-third annual Faculty Summer Seminar, "From Facts to Truth to Wisdom with Thomas Aquinas."
During the virtual panel "Spiritual Dimensions of Music: Meaning, Interpretation, and Culture" panelists had an open, insightful conversation about secular music and its spiritual aspects.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
On Saturday, March 27, 2021, family, friends, and former colleagues and students of Rev. Richard M. Nardone gathered for a Memorial Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
Thursday, April 8th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents "Rising to the Challenge of Figuring Out the World – and Ourselves"
Gregory Glazov, D.Phil. (Oxon.), will discuss his grant award-winning research in a virtual presentation on March 25 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Sister Rose Thering Fund. All are welcome to attend.
Thursday, March 11th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents From Vulnerability to Passion: A Few Thoughts Sprung from Tears.
Join the Center for Catholic Studies on December 8 , for the Toth-Lonergan Endowed Chair Lecture “Eternal Life: What Is It? Why Does it Matter? What Can We Hope For?” delivered by Dr. Stebbins.
Thursday, October 15th the Center for Catholic Studies will host Politics and the Cross: Friendship and Responsibility in an Age of Dysfunction
The online event takes place biweekly beginning Sept. 30 and will celebrate the recent publications of some of Seton Hall's esteemed faculty. All are welcome to attend.
September 21st to 24th, Center for Catholic Studies will host Faith and Racial Justice.
On July 1st, 2020, Dr. Floyd Appointed Director of the Center for Catholic Studies.
On May 28th and 29th, the Center for Catholic Studies will host the twenty-second annual Faculty Summer Seminar, "Discerning the Spirit," co-sponsored by the Center for Vocation & Servant Leadership.
Professor Ines Murzaku shares historical and theological perspectives on how the Church has engaged public health challenges.
On Monday, March 23, "The Cross and Politics: Friendship and Responsibility in an Age of Dysfunction" at 4 p.m. in the Beck Rooms of the Walsh Library.
Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, founder and director of the Center for Catholic Studies, will retire from the Center this summer.
The Center for Catholic Studies and the Department of Religion hosted "Is Globalization Good: A Critical Analysis," a guest lecture by Professor Paul St. Amour, Ph.D. and J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D.