The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition begins our second year, with our first presentation by Dr. David Opderbeck of the Law School.
News and Events
Accomplished author Rev. Wesley Granberg-Michaelson discussed his latest book, Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage, via Microsoft Teams on November 17.
Dr. Josephine DeVito reflects on Development and Integration: Spiritual Integration as a Guide in our Lives, in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 21, the Core will offer tutoring to Core I and Core II students by experienced Faculty Tutors in the Core Center, Mooney 339.
The Core joined with others in the SHU-READS program to select Bryan Stevenson's book, Just Mercy, as our summer read. Now, one of our Core faculty has gone to Montgomery's EJI center and met him.
The Core, in collaboration with the English Department, with funding from the Provost's office offered two SAT/College preparation classes for free to local students.
The Chair of Catholic Studies, Director of the Catholic Studies Center, Msgr. Dick Liddy (who started CAST and the Center), the Director and Asst. Director of the Core attended symposium at Duquesne.
Dr. Elizabeth Redwine will become the new Coordinator of Core I, and Dr. Todd Stockdale is stepping down from this position. We welcome Dr. Redwine and are deeply grateful to Dr. Stockdale.
The Core classes end this week, after a challenging year with the pandemic, but we also have many positive things to remember from this difficult time.
The University Core is pleased to sponsor an inter-religious panel in conversation about four faith traditions and their perspectives on Nature in celebration of Earth Day.
The Scholars Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition hosts Fr. Paul Haffner and Fr. Joseph Laracy speaking about their latest publication, collection of essays from the Jaki Conference of 2015
Dr. Chad Thralls, Core Fellow, has published a book, Deep Calls to Deep: Mysticism, Scripture, and Contemplation (Orbis Books, 2020).
For the second year, Seton Hall will be celebrating our annual Romero-King events, with two virtual on-the-green events, on March 24 and March 31, at 4:00 p.m. A film series will also be available.
The eighth Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition hosts Dr. Greg Floyd, speaking about his latest book, The Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America.
Core II offers the writing of several very powerful and influential women writers, including Perpetua, Julian of Norwich, Phyllis Wheatley and Harriet Jacobs.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition continues with Maria Morrow, Ph.D. a presenting on her new book A Busy Parent's Guide to a Meaningful Lent.
Our Core III courses offer an interesting and exciting variety of topics, rooted in how the Catholic Intellectual Tradition links with the disciplines.