The Center for Catholic Studies and the Catholic Studies Department and Program highlighted SHU's interdisciplinary pedagogy at the third annual National Catholic Studies Consortium Symposium.
Department of Catholic Studies News
Inside the Core, we all enjoyed listening to the talk by Msgr. Piero Coda, entitled "Synodal Church: Tradition, Kairós, Challenges," sponsored by the Catholic Studies Dept., co-sponsored by Core.
The Department of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu local-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 25, at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.
Author and philosopher Zena Hitz led SHU faculty in exploring the role of educators in the Liberal Arts and the conditions necessary for cultivating an intellectual life at the university.
The Hebrew scriptures studied around this time of Rosh Hashanah offer reflections for the New Year for us all regarding the plight of migrants and refugees, as seen in Exodus and in the Book of Ruth.
As part of Seton Hall University’s programming in support of the local community, the Core teamed up with the English Department to provide free verbal SAT and college prep classes to local students.
The Department of Catholic Studies and the International Federation of Catholic Universities are pleased to present “Synodal Church: Tradition, Kairós, Challenges.”
Core Fellow Roger Alfani, Ph.D., has received, with Nicole Eggers, Ph.D., of the University of Tennessee, an important NEH grant allowing them to research the impact of religion on Congolese refugees.
In the Fall 2023 semester, rising senior Jasmine De Leon will be the first Seton Hall student to participate in the new opportunity to study in Rome through Seton Hall.
Inside the Core we wish Dr. Gregory Floyd all the best, as he leaves Seton Hall for Boston College, his alma mater. He will be an assistant professor of philosophy there.
We are excited to celebrate the completion of the first season of CORECast, the podcast program coming out of one of the Academies in our Seeds of Innovation program.
Inside the Core, we welcome Dermot Quinn, Ph.D. back to the Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition to discuss his latest book, Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006.
While Core students are likely to be studying the works of Friedrich Nietzsche, adjunct professor Stephen Adubato has published an opinion piece in Newsweek discussing the philosopher’s influence today.
Findings from the most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll on the new Major League Baseball season and its historic rule changes were featured in Forbes, The Athletic and FiveThirtyEight.
Inside the Core, this week and next week (Friday, March 24 at noon and Tuesday, April 4 at 1 p.m.), we will celebrate the lives and remember the deaths of St. Oscar Romero and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Institute for Communication and Religion is excited to announce “Bhagavad Gita – The Essence of Upanishads,” a talk featuring Mataji, a monastic member of Sri Sarada Math visiting from India.