The University Core joins the College of Communication and the Arts and others to remember the achievements and gifts of beloved Prof. Bill Haney with a Mass on Friday, Nov. 19 at 2 in the chapel.
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.
Inside the Core this week, we are excited to host several exciting events, all dealing with issues pertinent to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
We are pleased to welcome a distinguished panel of scholars to discuss Dante's Divine Comedy in celebration of the 700th anniversary of his death. Dante describes the soul's spiritual journey.
The Core and the Center for Catholic Studies are pleased to present an Inter-Religious Panel on the Afterlife, introduced by Msgr. Robert Sheeran, President Emeritus of Seton Hall on November 2nd, 2 p.m.
Core Fellow Ksenija Puskaric and Coordinator of Core I, Elizabeth Redwine both recently were honored by having their works included in projects celebrating the accomplishments of women artists.
Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy and Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, will present on social justice and personal involvement at Seton Hall--and be presented with an honorary doctorate.
The Core is pleased to host Dr. Stacy Transancos for the second Scholars Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition this semester as she discusses her new book, Particles of Faith (Ave Maria Press).
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."
The University Core joins the Catholic Studies (both Program and Center), the Department of Religion, ICSST, and the University Library to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante's death.
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.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition begins our second year, with our first presentation by Dr. David Opderbeck of the Law School.
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.