On January 18, TC seminarians and their 95 overnight guests joined over 500,000 supporters of the 46th annual March for Life in the United States capital.
On December 7, 2018, the end of Fall semester was celebrated by the entire TC community, including family and friends of the staff, looking forward to another fruitful semester ahead. The Mass, holiday fare, and hilarious skits offered a much-needed respite for all.
This year’s annual Bishops Breakfast at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel in Baltimore during the General Assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops took place on November 13, with a “full house” attendance.
As it enters a second century in service of the American Church, Theological College has launched a campaign for the Rev. John C. Selner, P.S.S., Endowed Chair for Music and Liturgy, which will ensure the continuation of the highest quality of liturgical music and worship for generations of seminarians to come.
Bishop Knestout of the Diocese of Richmond received six Theological College theologians as candidates for Holy Orders on October 10th.
Vianney Cup 2018 was once again a lively and dramatic annual sporting event between four mid-Atlantic seminaries in September, this year hosted by Theological College.
On Wednesday, September 11, almost 30 faculty members from Catholic University joined the TC community to meet and greet and catch up with TC faculty and seminarians at the outset of the academic year.
On Tuesday, August 21st, 20 new seminarians from 12 different dioceses were welcomed to Theological College by the Orientation Team and faculty and staff.
Theological College’s faculty and staff continue their annual mid-summer tradition of welcoming all the McCormick Pavilion tenants to a picnic lunch together in the inner courtyard of the seminary.
Life at Theological College takes on a new tenor during summer months as it hosts a wide variety of guests, such as those registered for summer classes at The Catholic University of America’s School of Canon Law, week-long workshops for USCCB interns and youth ministers, and groups involved in work focused on the medieval Bible, Catholic catechesis, human ecology, marriage tribunal, the military archdiocese, and much more. This summer season will see 500 guests passing through TC’s halls!