Every two years, the Sulpician Institute for Seminary Formators offers an eight-day education program for those in seminary formation ministry, following the guidelines of Pastored Dabo Vobis and the most recent PPF.
Theological College’s Class of 2019, one of the largest in 30 years, celebrated the accomplishments of 16 theologians and 3 Basselin scholars.
Each year, Theological College hosts those who so generously assist our seminarians in their pastoral placement ministries. The TC community gathered on April 3rd to thank the many people who accompany our seminarians in these placements.
Mission trips are a popular option for TC students during spring break. This month, as every year, a group set out to help the poor in Appalachia, while an even larger contingent headed to Honduras. One seminarian shares his experience working with the Misioneros de Cristo in Comayagua…
A unique media formation initiative has been underway at TC: The Alberione Project. Supported by faculty and fueled by seminarians inspired by Bishop Robert Barron, papal documents, and the holy example of Blessed James Alberione, their work will inform seminarians around the country for years to come.
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.