Thirteen Admitted to Candidacy

LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA – Thirteen seminarians from Saint Vincent Seminary recently received the rite of candidacy in preparation for ordination to the diaconate at a Mass presided at by the Most Rev. Donald W. Trautman, Bishop of Erie. The candidates represented seven dioceses and archdioceses and two Benedictine abbeys. The candidates were, from the Archdiocese of […]

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Seminary Offers Summer Evening Classes

LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA – Registration is underway now for two evening classes being offered during the spring semester at Saint Vincent Seminary. Sister Cecilia Murphy, R.S.M., Academic Dean, has announced that the following courses are being offered: Wisdom Literature and the Psalms, Tuesday evenings, taught by Father William Fay, Seminary Vice Rector, and the Letters of […]

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Rev. Walter J. Burghardt, S.J., To Receive Honorary Doctorate, Speak at Seminary Commencement

LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA – The Rev. Walter J. Burghardt, S.J., will receive an honorary doctor of divinity degree from Saint Vincent Seminary at the Seminary’s 152nd annual commencement, to be held Friday, May 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica. Father Burghardt served for 45 years as the managing editor/editor-in-chief of the scholarly journal, […]

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Six Admitted to Candidacy

LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Six seminarians at Saint Vincent Seminary were admitted to candidacy for ordination on March 2, 1998. Most Rev. Joseph Adamec, Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, presided at the Mass. The seminarians were David M. Hereshko, Diocese of Harrisburg; Theodore R. Book, Kevin J. Hargaden, Fernando Molina-Restrepo and Adrian C.H. Pleus, Archdiocese of Atlanta; and […]

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