When it Comes to Faith, Family Matters

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One of the most moving memories of this weekend’s Eucharistic Congress can be summed up in this photo of Kolbe Murrey and his young sister, Magdalen. It was taken just before the Eucharistic Procession in which thousands of the faithful followed Bishop Peter Jugis from St. Peter Church to the convention center, as he elevated …

We look forward to seeing you tonight!

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We look forward to seeing you tonight as we kick off the 2019 Eucharistic Congress! We will be serving cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and don’t forget, you are welcome to bring a friend who might want to learn more about and support our college seminary. Until then, may God bless and keep you.

One brick at a time!

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Progress on our new seminary is moving rapidly along. The framed Gothic arch windows are finished and another brick wall is nearing completion. Looking at the full moon over the building in the early morning, it is easy to imagine our men rising before the dawn to seek Him and sing His praises.

Noble, Strong, and Beautiful

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“According to the grace of God given to me, like a wise master builder I laid a foundation, and another is building upon it. But each one must be careful how he builds upon it, for no one can lay a foundation other than the one that is there, namely, Jesus Christ.” Construction on our …

Adoration and the Great Outdoors

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I couldn’t be happier to welcome our new Delta Class of seminarians. They moved in on Sunday and are already starting to acclimate to seminary life. Yesterday, our first day of Latin Immersion turned into a hike for the Deltas. Our beloved Magistra was sick, so we had to improvise. With a good hike and …

Welcome, Delta Class!

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This weekend, St. Joseph College Seminary welcomes its fourth class of seminarians – the Delta Class – comprised of eight young men from across the diocese. This brings our total enrollment for the 2019-2020 academic year to 26 men. In addition to these 26, our first four St. Joseph College graduates are continuing their formation …

Abundance of Vocations in Diocese Featured on EWTN

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Earlier this week, Fr. Kauth made an appearance on Life on the Rock, a weekly television series on EWTN hosted by Fr. John Paul and Br. John of the Franciscan Friars of the Eternal Word. In addition to reviewing the seminary’s capital campaign video, the three men discussed the abundance of vocations in our diocese, …

Check out this beautiful brick!

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It has been a productive week on the construction site of our new college seminary. Here’s a look at the mock up wall which shows the brick and cast stone which will adorn our building. Please continue to keep our building project and seminarians in your prayers. I truly appreciate your support in this important …

Fr. Kauth is coming back to EWTN!

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He’s back! If you didn’t get a chance to see Fr. Kauth’s last EWTN segment, you’re in luck! Fr. Kauth will be appearing on Life on the Rock to discuss St. Joseph College Seminary and his latest book “The Sacraments: Discovering the Treasures of Divine Life.” Fr. Kauth’s segment will be airing on June 23 at 9pm, June 27 …

An Aerial Tour of our Seminary Project

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I wanted to share this fun “video update” on our building progress from Edifice, the general contractor for our seminary construction project. It includes a great aerial view of the land and steel structure work that has been completed to date. I’ve also included a copy of the article that appeared in the May 24 …