Dr. James McGlone will present a reading of G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown Story: The Invisible Man
Department of Catholic Studies News
Professor Allan Wright's most recent book, 25 Life Changing Questions from the Gospels, has been translated into Polish.
Rev. Augustus "Gus" Puleo will provide a lecture on Our Lady of Guadalupe on Wednesday, March 14.
The Msgr. James Cafone Catholic Mission Vitae Gaudium Awards is open to all Seton Hall University Seniors.
Senior Monika Sowa plans to use her two majors after she graduates to become both professionally and morally successful.
Diplomacy major and Catholic Studies minor Lindsay Smetanka discusses her internship with International Crisis Group.
To be eligible for membership in the Honor Scholastic Society, candidates must be Junior or Senior Students with a 3.5 GPA.
Catholic Business Leaders will address issues of Catholic Social Teaching, ethics and professional conduct today.
John Hughes '16, Education and Catholic Studies major, believes the lessons he learned will help him become a stronger teacher.
Join Catholic Studies as they sponsor the lecture, featuring Reverend Daniel Utrecht, C.O., Ph.D. who will be presenting a lecture on "A Bishop Who Stood Against Hitler and His Lessons for Today."
Brittany Kowalski '15 double majored in Catholic Studies & Sociology and is enjoying success in her grad studies and beyond.
Adjunct Professor of Catholic Studies Monika Rice will host a book talk and signing event honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Senior David Miller is reaping the benefits of a double major in sport management and Catholic studies.
Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University is sponsoring its annual Catholic High School Essay Contest.
Samantha Pettigrew '14 attributes much of her success in medical school to her Catholic Studies degree.
Pirates Pitch winner Christian Zeron '16 discusses how his Catholic Studies major has contributed to his company's success.
The book examines the collective memory of postwar encounters of Holocaust survivors with their Gentile neighbors.
Dr. James McGlone, Professor Emeritus of Catholic Studies and Communications will present a reading of "The Hammer of God."
After a brief survey of the Matteo Ricci era Fr. Robert Carbonneau will offer insight on the contemporary Catholic Church in China and relations with the Holy See.
Dr. Monika Rice, adjunct professor in Catholic Studies, has been awarded the Saul Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah Studies.