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News Archive (2002)

Three New Members Join Seminary Board of Regents

Three New Members Join Seminary Board of Regents

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Three new members have joined the Saint Vincent Seminary Board of Regents.Most Rev. Roger Foys is Bishop of Covington, Kentucky. Formerly vicar general and vocations director for the Diocese of Steubenville, Bishop Foys was ordained and installed as Bishop of Covington on July 15.The Hon. Maureen E. Lally-Green of Pittsburgh is a judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. Appointed by Governor Tom Ridge and confirmed by the Senate in 1998, she was elected to a ten-year term in January of 2000.Mr. Harry F. Murray of Fox Chapel is a former chief financial officer and vice president -of finance at Westinghouse, and also served as chief executive officer of Group W Cable. Read More

Eleven Seminarians in Rite of Admission to Candidacy

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Eleven Saint Vincent seminarians from six dioceses and archdioceses and two abbeys were admitted to Candidacy for Holy Orders on November 25 by the Most Rev. R. Daniel Conlon, Bishop of Steubenville, Ohio. The seminarians were Br. Boniface Hicks, O.S.B., Saint Vincent Archabbey; Eric Filmer, Diocese of Savannah, Georgia; David Young, Diocese of Columbus, Ohio; H. Christopher Foxhoven and Timothy Kozak, Diocese of Steubenville; Cyril Chae, Archdiocese of Atlanta, Georgia; Samuel Odeh and John Paul Otanwa, Diocese of Makurdi, Nigeria; Alex Andrua, Diocese of Arua, Uganda; Viliamu Emanuele, Diocese of Mandeville, Jamaica and Br. Gabriel Landis, O.S.B., Saint Benedict’s Abbey, Atchison, Kansas. Read More

Twelve Seminarians Installed to Ministry of Acolyte

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Twelve seminarians from five archdioceses and dioceses, and one religious community were installed in the Ministry of Acolyte on November 4 at Saint Vincent Seminary. The Most Rev. Bernard W. Schmitt, D.D., Bishop of Wheeling-Charleston, presided over the installation, held at Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica, Latrobe. Read More
Cardinal Adam Maida to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Saint Vincent Seminary

Cardinal Adam Maida to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Saint Vincent Seminary

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — His Eminence Adam Cardinal Maida will receive an honorary Doctor of Sacred Theology degree from Saint Vincent Seminary at the Seminary’s Alumni Day Mass at 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 1 at the Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica. Read More
His Eminence Paul Cardinal Shan to be Honored at Saint Vincent Seminary Commencement

His Eminence Paul Cardinal Shan to be Honored at Saint Vincent Seminary Commencement

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — His Eminence Paul Cardinal Shan, S.J., Bishop of Kaohsiung, Republic of China, will be honored with an honorary doctor of divinity degree from Saint Vincent Seminary at the Seminary’s 156th annual commencement. The graduation ceremony will be held at 7p.m. Friday, May 10 in the Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica. Cardinal Shan will speak about the role of the Church in China. Read More

Three Seminarians Ordained to Diaconate

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA —Three seminarians attending Saint Vincent Seminary were ordained to the Diaconate by the Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Youngstown, Ohio, on April 20 at the Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica. Read More
Pittsburgh Diocesan Secretary for Education to Keynote Scholarship Dinner

Pittsburgh Diocesan Secretary for Education to Keynote Scholarship Dinner

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Rev. Kris D. Stubna, Secretary for Education for the Diocese of Pittsburgh, will be the keynote speaker at the annual Saint Vincent Seminary Scholarship Banquet, at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 25, at Churchill Valley Country Club.Father Stubna studied at the North American College in Rome where he earned licentiate and doctoral degrees in fundamental theology from the Gregorian University. Read More
Summer School Registration Underway

Summer School Registration Underway

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Saint Vincent Seminary is now accepting registration for three summer school courses to be offered in two sessions. The three-credit, graduate-level courses include “Ecclesiology,” taught by Rev. Warren Murrman, O.S.B.; “The Fourth Gospel,” taught by Dr. Mary Ann Getty-Sullivan; and “Foundational Theology I,” taught by Dr. Kathleen Borres. Read More
Holocaust Survivor to Give Talk at Saint Vincent Seminary

Holocaust Survivor to Give Talk at Saint Vincent Seminary

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Robert Mendler of Latrobe, a Holocaust survivor who has spent his life educating people about the horrors of the concentration camps, will give a talk on the topic at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 25 at Saint Vincent College and Seminary. The free lecture will be held in the Westmoreland Room on the second floor of Placid Hall and the public is invited to attend. Read More

Twelve Seminarians Installed to Ministry of Lector

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Twelve seminarians from Saint Vincent Seminary were installed to the Ministry of Lector on March 11 by Most Rev. Paul S. Loverde, D.D., S.T.L., J.C.L., Bishop of Arlington, Virginia. Read More
Five Part Lenten Series on Gospel of Mark

Five Part Lenten Series on Gospel of Mark

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — A Scripture scholar and Professor of New Testament Studies at Saint Vincent Seminary, Br. Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B., Ph.D., will give a five-part Lenten program on the Gospel of Mark at Epiphany Chapel in Monessen at 7 p.m. Thursdays during Lent. The program is entitled “Jesus’ Urgent Message for Today: The Eschatology of the Gospel according to Mark.” Read More
Five  Adult Educational Classes to be Presented by Brother Elliott Maloney

Five Adult Educational Classes to be Presented by Brother Elliott Maloney

January 27
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Br. Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B., Ph.D., scripture scholar and Professor of New Testament Studies at Saint Vincent College, will present a lecture on the social, political and religious background of the Gospels on Tuesday, February 26 at St. Raymond of the Mountains Church, Donegal, at 7 p.m. The fifty minute presentation will be followed by a coffee break, and a half-hour question-and-answer period for those who wish to remain. The program is entitled “Life in the Holy Land in the Time of Jesus.” Read More


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