Department of Catholic Studies
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We prepare students to become servant leaders through our academic programs, foster Seton Hall University's Catholic identity and mission and globally promote Catholic thought and culture through our publications and lecture series and distinguished scholars in residence program.
Our undergraduate and study abroad programs are led by faculty who explore Catholicism's rich Intellectual Tradition and living heritage across a variety of disciplines including history, modern Catholicism, philosophy, science, theology, social service, art, music and literature. Our curriculum is custom-built according to each student's chosen specialization and career path and offers students the opportunity to major, double major, minor, double minor earn a certificate in Catholic Studies or Pastoral Music Ministry. We also offer both in-classroom and online courses.
The History of the Department
News & Events
- Fourth Annual Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series on Law, Society and Faith
Catholic Studies is proud to present the fourth Annual Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series on Law, Society and Faith entitled "Rising from The Underground, The Ukrainian Catholic Church Reborn" by Rev. Dr. Mark M. Morozowich. The event will be held on Monday, October 16 at 3 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
- Study Abroad - Spring Break 2017
The Department of Catholic Studies invited you come and explore Sicily and Rome. March 2 - March 11, 2017.
- Two-day Symposium in Memory of John Wu
The Department of Catholic Studies, along with the Asian Studies Program, at Seton Hall University are proud to present a two-day symposium to commemorate the life and work of scholar Dr. John Ching Hsiung Wu.
Watch the two videos: Video 1 and Video 2
- 2016 Faculty Summer Seminar
Join Msgr. Anthony Ziccardi, VP of Mission & Ministry, in the 2016 Faculty Summer Seminar exploring the Apostle Paul.
- Dr. Francesca Zaccaron on Bernard Lonergan
Professor Francesca Zaccaron discusses Bernard Lonergan on the education of the whole person "from above downwards."
- Toward Self-Possession with Mark Morelli
Join Mark Morelli, Ph.D., in a Skype session discussing his book Self-Possession: Being at Home in Conscious Performance.
- The Value of a Liberal Arts Education
Join Dr. Kerry Cronin as she explores the importance of a core curriculum rooted in a broad liberal arts education.
- The Fifth Annual Servant Leadership Day
This is a celebration of Seton Hall University's commitment to forming students "as servant leaders in a global society."