Saint John the Evangelist Seminary

A Commitment of the Evangelical Catholic Church for Academic Formation

Est. 2006

 


 

 



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Saint John the Evangelist Seminary
Mission Statement

 

The Mission of Saint John the Evangelist Seminary is the academic formation of men and women for the Catholic priesthood in the service of the Kingdom of God.  Saint John’s strives to establish a solid academic foundation within our students to enable them for a lifetime of priestly ministry.  This foundation is an intimate relationship with God the Father in Jesus Christ His Son through the Holy Spirit, a relationship nourished by Scripture, celebrated in the sacraments, especially the Eucharist and marked by a sincere devotion to Mary, the Mother of God and Mother of the Universal Church.

 

Through the interrelated components of priestly formation—human, spiritual, intellectual, pastoral—our Seminary strives to train men and women, called as priests to be living images of Jesus Christ, to become more like Christ the Good Shepherd, people of deep humility and genuine pastoral charity. This Seminary prepares our future priests to share in a special way in the three-fold office of Christ: teaching the Gospel, celebrating the divine mysteries, and shepherding God’s people. Saint John’s prepares our future priests to be men and women of ecclesial communion, united by special bonds with their own Bishops, other priests, religious and the People of God.

 

 

Saint John the Evangelist Seminary
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