Campus Ministry and the Center for Catholic Studies launched the first Agape Latte event of the academic year and look forward to an exciting speaker series for this student-faculty coffeehouse.
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Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, student Jasmine De Leon reflected on her experience as the youth envoy for World Youth Day celebrated in August earlier this summer.
The Center for Catholic Studies and the Catholic Studies Department and Program highlighted SHU's interdisciplinary pedagogy at the third annual National Catholic Studies Consortium Symposium.
Inside the Core, we all enjoyed listening to the talk by Msgr. Piero Coda, entitled "Synodal Church: Tradition, Kairós, Challenges," sponsored by the Catholic Studies Dept., co-sponsored by Core.
The Department of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu local-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 25, at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.
Author and philosopher Zena Hitz led SHU faculty in exploring the role of educators in the Liberal Arts and the conditions necessary for cultivating an intellectual life at the university.
The Hebrew scriptures studied around this time of Rosh Hashanah offer reflections for the New Year for us all regarding the plight of migrants and refugees, as seen in Exodus and in the Book of Ruth.
While more than 80 priests and four bishops looked on, Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin commended Monsignor McCarren, as the 23rd rector of Immaculate Conception Seminary.
International scholar joins the Center for Catholic Studies as the 5th Toth-Lonergan visiting chair.
The Department of Catholic Studies and the International Federation of Catholic Universities are pleased to present “Synodal Church: Tradition, Kairós, Challenges.”
Over 850 students have participated in DOVE's mission trips. With the price of travel skyrocketing, the Division of Volunteer Efforts is reaching out for support to provide these opportunities to all.
We invite proposals for the Conference “Civilizational Prospects: Engaging Wicked Problems”, to be held on Friday, November 17th.
Donations exceeded $28 million in fiscal year 2022-23
This volume features several outstanding Seton Hall student essays about topics today’s Catholics face in their personal and public life.
Every generation of Setonians needs to reflect upon the University’s history and mission and make it their own. Too seldom do we take the time to consider what is most important to us as a Community.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, professor of religion and director of the Catholic Studies Program, celebrates her private audience with Pope Francis.