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.
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The Msgr. James Cafone Catholic Mission Vitae Gaudium Award recognizes Seton Hall University Seniors.
Professor Ines Murzaku shares historical and theological perspectives on how the Church has engaged public health challenges.
Papers presented at Seton Hall's 2015 Father Jaki International Congress have been included in an edited volume.
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.
The Center for Catholic Studies and Department of religion hosted "Newman's Idea of a University Today," a lecture by Msgr. Richard M. Liddy, Ph.D. and a response from Professor C. Michael Shea, Ph.D.
This lecture will explore the lives of Holocaust victim, Etty Hillesum and the French saint, Therese of Lisieux.
The Idea of the Catholic University Today A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission with Neil Ormerod and Michael Stebbins
The Center for Catholic Studies will host The Idea of the Catholic University Today, A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission.
J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D., has been appointed as the Toth/Lonergan Endowed Visiting Professor for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Cardinal Peter Turkson provides the opening address at the Just Peace Through Nonviolence Conference, Monday, September 30.
the 5th annual praxis program summer workshop reflected on the Catholic mission and the philosophy of education.
Alumna, Amy Giuliano, will take the audience on a visual church history lesson through the eternal city of Rome.
Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman has been declared eligible for canonization.
The 2019 Faculty Summer Seminar will focus on discernment and how it can enrich the specialized work of each participant.
Fr. Whelan, of the Gregorian University in Rome, will present a lecture on the importance of promoting peace in our society.
This lecture will focus on the question, "How can Bernard Lonergan help us understand the thought of Thomas Aquinas?"
The Center for Catholic Studies hosted its Annual Friends Dinner to welcome Fr. Roy, the spring 19' Toth/Lonergan Professor
The Lonergan Institute at Seton Hall University announces the publication of volume IX of its journal, The Lonergan Review