Many Core II students are reading Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto this week while some read Pope Francis' Evangelii Gaudium.
Faith and Service News
Patrick Manning, Chair of the Dept. of Pastoral Theology, offers ways to be transformed in our awareness during the pandemic.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts is working to provide the Seton Hall community with opportunities to volunteer remotely.
This week many Core students may be reading John Locke's Second Treatise and Pope Francis' Laudato Si.
Papers presented at Seton Hall's 2015 Father Jaki International Congress have been included in an edited volume.
MLK Leadership Program, University Core, and Catholic Studies join together with others to celebrate Romero and King.
The Ninth Annual Servant Leadership Day is a celebration of Seton Hall’s commitment to forming students as “servant leaders."
On Monday, March 23, "The Cross and Politics: Friendship and Responsibility in an Age of Dysfunction" at 4 p.m. in the Beck Rooms of the Walsh Library.
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.
Seton Hall’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies challenges students to expand their understanding of mediation obstacles.
Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, founder and director of the Center for Catholic Studies, will retire from the Center this summer.
The Center for Catholic Studies and the Department of Religion hosted "Is Globalization Good: A Critical Analysis," a guest lecture by Professor Paul St. Amour, Ph.D. and J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D.
The Center for Catholic Studies and Department of religion hosted "Newman's Idea of a University Today," a lecture by Msgr. Richard M. Liddy, Ph.D. and a response from Professor C. Michael Shea, Ph.D.
Core II classes, students study the development of modern sciences and faith by reading both Galileo and Genesis.
Students in the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society aim to collect 700 books for underprivileged students.
The 9th Annual Faculty Talent Show is an evening of fun and entertainment for a good cause.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts again sent students, faculty, and administrators on a service trip to El Salvador.
The Living Word Project, an evening of performances and original poetry, is now available for viewing online.
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
These conferences will be held in tandem with the publication of Vol. VIII of the Spanish-language version of The Chesterton Review.
Art is a relationship of forms, textures, and colors. At the same time, art is an interpersonal relationship.
Named one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders,” Sr. Norma will discuss "The American Identity, Crisis at the Border."
The foundation I have developed as a Catholic Studies major has allowed me to have a more holistic worldview.
This week began with a symposium honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It was also the week Core II classes read Perpetua.