Seton Hall helps professed religious students from abroad continue their education so they can return home to share the lessons they’ve learned.
In the Spring 2018 issue of Seton Hall magazine, we wrote about a number of priests with Seton Hall connections who had served as military chaplains. After asking readers to send us the names of others who had served in this important role, we received a number of emails and calls.
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Though Catholic priests are underrepresented as chaplains in the U.S. military, priests with Seton Hall connections have made an outsized impact in their service of fellow servicemen and women.
The “silo effect” is a major problem in academia today. And nowhere is the lack of free-flowing information across disciplines more of a problem than in the sciences. At Seton Hall, a new initiative promotes cross-disciplinary learning, particularly in areas that relate to STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and math. Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins…
The campus statue of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton serves as a powerful symbol of courage, determination and faith.
Spurred by a personal connection, neurologist Vincent Fortanasce ’65 has searched for ways to slow the devastation of the disease.
A host of Seton Hall community members participated in events surrounding Pope Francis’ historic visit to the U.S.
As the University’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, Seton Hall magazine profiles its founder, Jeanine Cavanagh.
In the face of heartbreak and tragedy, Barbara La Porte, M.A. ’13 relied on a steadfast faith in God. Her journey toward healing offers a remarkable lesson in the power of forgiveness.
When Barbara La Porte tells her story, she raises some of the hardest questions most of us will ever face: How do we make sense of tragedy? When another’s actions cause us suffering, how do we respond? When the unimaginable happens, where do we turn?