Servant Leader Scholars Commended at Charter Day
Faith and Service News
Center for Community Research & Engagement participated in the 2021 Engage NJ Conference: Keeping Volunteers Connected - COVID-19 edition. Student leaders highlighted their work during a pandemic.
Amarilis Rodriguez, ('22), is the recent recipient of the Seton Hall and San Damiano Servant Leadership Awards. Since 2017, her organization, Baskets for the Needy, has assisted hundreds of families.
The Buccino Leadership Institute's Education and Human Services Cohort hosted a successful school supply drive in partnership with the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Union County.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
Dr. Chad Thralls, Core Fellow, has published a book, Deep Calls to Deep: Mysticism, Scripture, and Contemplation (Orbis Books, 2020).
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place online on June 1 at 7 p.m. Featuring Rabbi Abraham Skorka, the event raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
On Saturday, March 27, 2021, family, friends, and former colleagues and students of Rev. Richard M. Nardone gathered for a Memorial Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
Thursday, April 8th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents "Rising to the Challenge of Figuring Out the World – and Ourselves"
On Wednesday March 3, 2021, Catholic Studies students and alumni from a variety of disciplines participated in an online conference with the middle and high school students of Holy Family Academy
Spanish edition of G. K. Chesterton's articles published in the "Illustrated London News in 1908" with a prologue by Father Ian Boyd, CSB.
During St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day, the University will celebrate the recipients of the Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid Medal for Distinguished Service.
Sponsored by the School of Theology and the Lay Centre of Rome, "In the School of St. Joseph: Spiritual Reflections in Disquieting Times" will offer reflections and insights into sacred art.
A Very Significant Step Forward-The Official Catholic Response to the new Faith and Order Convergence text The Church Towards a Common Vision
DOVE's final drive of the 2020-2021 academic year aims to provide non-perishable food, feminine products, diapers, and hygiene items to those who continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How can faith be lived out in the workplace? What does a faithful person look like in the working world? You are invited to meet Clare Byrne, a Seton Hall University graduate living a fully faithful
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.
Dr. Raviele will give examples from her own practice of medicine of how living out the Catholic faith in the vocation of medicine brings healing to patients and joy in serving the sick.
Gregory Glazov, D.Phil. (Oxon.), will discuss his grant award-winning research in a virtual presentation on March 25 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Sister Rose Thering Fund. All are welcome to attend.
Campus Ministry partnered with FOCUS to deliver the SEEK conference locally, forming followers of Jesus in an intimate way despite COVID-19.
The Ninth Annual Servant Leadership Day will be held on Thursday, April 15, and is a celebration of Seton Hall University's commitment to forming students as "servant leaders in a global society."
In April, CEPS will launch the next cohort of its online iTHIRST Spiritual Companionship Certification Training Program, empowering students to be a beacon of hope to those suffering from addiction.
Thursday, March 11th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents From Vulnerability to Passion: A Few Thoughts Sprung from Tears.
This bicentennial year of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's passing is a fitting time for the Seton Hall community to reflect on the university's patron saint.
The panelists, sharing from their own areas of expertise, will discuss the interdisciplinary nature of the work of Jaki and Chesterton and applications of their thought to challenges we face today.