Statement of Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki, O.S.B., on the appointment of Very Reverend Edward C. Malesic, as Bishop-Elect of the Diocese of Greensburg

“The Benedictine Community at Saint Vincent joins Bishop Brandt and the clergy, religious and lay persons of the Diocese in welcoming Bishop-elect Edward Malesic as the fifth Bishop of the Diocese of Greensburg,” said Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki, O.S.B., of Saint Vincent Archabbey. The Archabbot noted that “Bishop-elect Malesic brings a wealth of pastoral experience […]

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Five Instituted To Ministry of Reader

Five Saint Vincent seminarians were instituted to the Ministry of Reader on March 23 by Most Rev. Mark Bartchak, Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown. Most Rev. Roger Foys, Bishop of Covington; Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki, O.S.B., Seminary chancellor; Very Rev. Timothy Whalen, rector of Saint Vincent Seminary; Rev. Patrick Cronauer, O.S.B., academic dean; faculty members and alumni […]

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Education Fund Dinner Planned

Richard A. DiClaudio, a member of the Saint Vincent Seminary Board of Regents, will be the featured speaker at the Annual Saint Vincent Seminary Education Fund Dinner, Thursday, April 9. He is Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Blue Tip Energy Management, LLC. DiClaudio has 30 years business management and leadership experience, the last […]

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Seminary Affiliates With Sant’ Anselmo

Although Saint Vincent Archabbey and Sant’ Anselmo, the international Benedictine university, have a history dating back to the support of Sant’ Anselmo by Saint Vincent’s founder, Archabbot Boniface Wimmer, in the 19th century, the Seminary in Latrobe and the university in Rome have not had a formal academic affiliation. In February, officials from Rome completed […]

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