The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture has published the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of its widely recognized journal.
Faith and Service News
A tireless activist, Sister Rose Thering dedicated her life to the fight against anti-Semitism.
The University community's generosity on behalf of DOVE will impact thousands of lives at home and around the world.
Core 1 ends with a choice from among modern authors. One such author is Dorothy Day, who was committed to peace and the poor.
The Program of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu) 2019
Campus Ministry's recent DISCOVERY retreat offered students practical strategies for responding to God in their daily lives.
Students read Benedict XVI's encyclical "Deus Caritas Est" or "God is Love," examining connections with other texts.
On November 27, Giving Tuesday celebrates philanthropy, good works and the meaningful service of DOVE to improve the world.
The Center for Catholic Studies hosted its Annual Friends Dinner to welcome Fr. Roy, the spring 19' Toth/Lonergan Professor
Many Core I classes are reading the life story of one of the most interesting writers in history, Augustine of Hippo.
After Lutherans and Catholics observed the 500th Anniversary of The Reformation in 2017, Dr. Susan K. Wood discusses 'What is Next in Catholic-Lutheran Relations?'
The dramatic reading of Chesterton's Father Brown Story "The Sign of the Broken Sword," is adapted and directed by Dr. James McGlone, Professor Emeritus.
Seton Hall and Sacred Heart Universities have received a Lilly Grant for collaboration on a conference on CIT.
Fr. Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., will hold a free public lecture inspired by St. Paul's letters to the Romans.
Reverend Thomas G. Guarino celebrates the release of his newest book.
The Program of Catholic Studies invites you to explore Italy in The Footsteps of the Saints. Spring Break 2019.
Dr. Frank Braio will present a lecture series on Canadian Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan's economic theory.
Dr. Todd Stockdale reflects on The Educational Vocation and Discernment: The Discipline of Listening, the second retreat
Rabbi David Fox Sandmel delivers special memorial lecture at 65th anniversary of Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "Living in Truth, and Love, Lessons from Saint Moscati, Doctor of the Church."
Mark's Gospel intrigues readers with its focus on action and shortened accounts of some key events, like the resurrection.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology and the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas Announce New Alliance
Through a new partnership, the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas in Rome will become an institute under the Seminary.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently explored early childhood learning at an internship at the American Museum of Natural History.
Art can be an interesting way to explore the beginning of Mark's short but powerful telling of the life of Jesus.
Students delve into the Hebrew Scriptures in Core I this week, looking at excerpts from Genesis and Exodus.