Papers presented at Seton Hall's 2015 Father Jaki International Congress have been included in an edited volume.
Department of Catholic Studies News
Dr. Gregory Floyd reflects on "The Idea of a University and Healing: Bias, Development, and Authenticity."
On March 25, Catholic Studies will discuss how the Ukrainian Church is poised to push ecumenical dialogue to the next level.
Join members of the Seton Hall community for this evening of celebration of Irish culture and Catholic faith!
Ms. Sarah Reddin discusses her role as the Director of Ministry Formation-Mission Integration for Ascension Health, one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S
Art is a relationship of forms, textures, and colors. At the same time, art is an interpersonal relationship.
The foundation I have developed as a Catholic Studies major has allowed me to have a more holistic worldview.
Seton Hall will host a training workshop on nonviolent communication on Friday, 2/14 from 9am – 1pm in the Faculty Lounge.
History professors play tribute to military chaplain Father Vincent Capodanno.
Students will gain first-hand experience in exploring nursing and healthcare in Ecuador.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "The Universal Call to Holiness: The Life of Giuseppe Saint Moscati" on Wednesday, November 20 at 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Dr. Anthony Clark's talk will confront how the recent Vatican agreement with China's government has influenced Vatican decisions.
Travel to Sicily, the Amalfi Coast, Catania, Mt. Etna, Palermo, Pompeii, Rome this spring and earn credits while doing it! Deadline to sign up is November 1, 2019.
The University Core was one of several sponsors of a two-day conference on "Just Peace-making Through Non-violence," held in Bethany Hall on September 30th and October 1st.
Dr. James McGlone, Professor Emeritus of Catholic Studies and Communications, will present a reading of Henri Gheon’s The Secret of the Curé of Ars on Wednesday, October 9 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre in the Round.
Newman's historical and theological work affected his developing views, or even 'imaginaries,' of the church and theology.
A lecture proposing a simple way Christian scientists can effectively renew the practice of science.
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.
The Catholic Studies Program along with the Department of Religion proudly present, "Can a Catholic Critique of "Throwaway Culture" Pull Politics From The Brink?", on October 8, 2019 at 3 p.m.
The latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture is now available.