Saint Vincent Seminary
Dr. Paula M. Kane, who holds the John and Lucine O’Brien Marous Chair in Catholic Studies in the Department of Religious Studies at the University
Most Rev. Bernard Hebda will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the Fifty-Fourth Annual Red Mass sponsored by The Diocese of Greensburg, The Saint
Saint Vincent Seminary is a Roman Catholic Seminary grounded in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the living tradition of the Church in accord with the Magisterium, and shaped by the Benedictine heritage of liturgical prayer, study, hospitality and community. As such, the Seminary is a center for the spiritual formation, human development, and academic and pastoral preparation of candidates for the priesthood. Consistent with this primary mission and responsive to the contemporary needs of the Church, the Seminary provides programs for permanent diaconate candidates and offers degree programs to qualified men and women seeking a theological education.
Saint Vincent Seminary Bulletin
The Bulletin of Academic and Formation Programs and Policies of Saint Vincent Seminary is available online by clicking on the image on the left, describes our current course offerings and programs.
Read the Seminary Bulletin directly on this website here.