2015 Acolyte, Candidacy

Five seminarians were instituted into the Ministry of Acolyte and two were admitted to Candidacy for Holy Orders by Most Rev. Edward C. Malesic, Bishop of Greensburg, on October 12 at Saint Vincent Seminary, Latrobe. An acolyte is appointed to aid the deacon and to minister to the priest at the altar and as a […]

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New Students in 2015

Saint Vincent Seminary welcomed 20 new students in 2015. They are from seven dioceses and six monasteries, including the dioceses of Altoona-Johnstown; Beijing, China; Covington, Kentucky; Erie; Metuchen, New Jersey; Pittsburgh and Steubenville, Ohio; Conception Abbey, Missouri; Saint Andrew Abbey, Cleveland; Saint Joseph Monastery, Lucerne Valley, California; Saint Peters Abbey, Muenster, Saskatchewan, Canada; Saint Vincent […]

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Scripture Book Wins National Award

A Scripture book by a former Saint Vincent Seminary faculty member received a national award from the Catholic Press Association in 2015. The Sunday Homilies, Saint Vincent Archabbey, Cycle B, by Father Campion P. Gavaler, O.S.B., and the late Father Demetrius R. Dumm, O.S.B., received a first place book award in the category Scripture: Popular […]

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Degrees Awarded at 169th Annual Commencement

Nine men from the Archdiocese of Atlanta, the dioceses of Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Erie, Saint Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, Subiaco Abbey in Arkansas and Saint Joseph Monastery in California received degrees at the 169th annual commencement of Saint Vincent Seminary, Latrobe. Most Rev. Mark L. Bartchak, Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, received an honorary doctor of divinity […]

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