Students delve into the Hebrew Scriptures in Core I this week, looking at excerpts from Genesis and Exodus.
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The story on the 1982 meeting where the president and the pope confided their conviction that God had spared their lives.
Dr. Liam Brockey, a former consultant to Martin Scorsese's film Silence, will discuss Jesuit missionaries in East Asia.
Fr. Pablo Gadenz's new book, "The Gospel of Luke," tops Amazon's "Hot New Releases" list. A book signing will be held Oct. 3.
This conference, held on Tuesday, October 2 at 1 p.m, will celebrate Pope Paul VI's upcoming canonization on October 14, 2018 in St. Peter's Square by Pope Francis.
Monsignor Richard Liddy's 1993 book, Transforming Light: Intellectual Conversion in the Early Lonergan, has recently been translated into Italian.
A Catholic Studies degree prepared Kristine well for her teaching vocation.
Dr. Marianne Lloyd reflects on The Educational Vocation and Authenticity: Let Your Life Speak (Even in Meetings and Lectures) in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators.
Celebrating the common journey shared by our community, Seton Hall launches The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series on 9/20.
Want to become Catholic? Need Confirmation? Join RCIA today! RCIA meets every Sunday in the lower level of Boland Hall.
All freshmen are welcome on Saturday, September 8. Come meet your fellow Pirates during our day of discussion and recreation.
Faculty and administrators are invited to a sustained reflection on the University's mission in light of its history and Catholic character.
On Oct. 27, the School of Theology will host a day of theological presentations and discussion about Pope Paul VI's encyclical.
The School of Theology and the Archdiocese of Newark had a powerful presence at the National Diaconate Congress last month.
Melinda Hanlon, M.A. '08, president of the Academy of the Holy Angels, began her new role as of July 1.
Three M.A. in Museum Professions scholarship recipients share how they give back to the College of Communication and the Arts.
A group of fifteen Core faculty, with some additional guests, had a wonderful week of fellowship and inspiration in Rome.
Will Durant was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Pulitzer; he was a faculty member and a student at Seton Hall.
Fathers Laracy and Platania presented at a seminar about theological and scientific perspectives on the Universe's origins.
Featured on NCA's homepage, two CommArts professors weigh in on Pope Francis’ World Communications Day message on fake news.
Catholic Studies awarded senior David Miller with the Msgr. James Cafone Catholic Mission Vitae Gaudium Awards.
The gallery and lounge within Bethany Hall has been dedicated to Monsignor James Cafone '61/M.A. '67 S.T.D.
Campus Ministry is commissioning the creation of a large painting that seeks to tell the story and mission of Seton Hall.
Eleven faculty members participated in this year's international workshop, entitled "Perspectives on a Catholic Philosophy of Education: Action and Direction for the 21st Century."
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University announces the publication of volume 44, nos. 1 & 2.