35 exceptional students studying Religion, Catholic theology, and Catholic studies were inducted into Theta Alpha Kappa.
Jeffrey Morrow, Professor of Undergraduate Theology, was interviewed by John DeRosa on “The Classical Theism Podcast.”
Patrick Manning, Chair of the Dept. of Pastoral Theology, offers ways to be transformed in our awareness during the pandemic.
Papers presented at Seton Hall's 2015 Father Jaki International Congress have been included in an edited volume.
Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, founder and director of the Center for Catholic Studies, will retire from the Center this summer.
Join members of the Seton Hall community for this evening of celebration of Irish culture and Catholic faith!
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
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology Celebrates Advent with Successful Debut of New Series
Immaculate Conception Seminary's new Advent video reflection series is off to a promising start, metrics indicate.
A group from Immaculate Conception Seminary embarked on a pilgrimage to Rome through its new partnership with the Lay Centre.
Rabbi Alan Brill came out with a new book, Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish-Hindu Encounter, this week.
Fr. Francis of the Child Jesus, C.S.J.,a former SHU Campus Minister, publishes a book on theology in J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy
The University Core was one of several sponsors of a two-day conference on "Just Peace-making Through Non-violence," held in Bethany Hall on September 30th and October 1st.
Close to 800 students and 130 employers networked at The Career Center's Fall Career Fair.
Kiersten Lynch '17 uses the "soft skills" she learned as an English literature major to advance her career as a copywriter.
Newman's historical and theological work affected his developing views, or even 'imaginaries,' of the church and theology.
Ministry of Justice and Charity; and "Christian Anthropology; will both begin their run on October 21.
Cardinal Peter Turkson provides the opening address at the Just Peace Through Nonviolence Conference, Monday, September 30.
Getting to know the remarkable St. Catherine of Siena, a 14th century lay woman with a very modern appeal.
Catholic Studies adjunct faculty member, Father Joseph R. Laracy, was inducted into the inaugural class of Fellows of the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics for his contributions to interdisciplinary communication.
On July 13, the School of Theology presents a one-day retreat entitled "St. Catherine of Siena: Mystic, Reformer and Doctor."