Visited the seminary today


#1

So, today was the day at the seminary where we had Evening Prayer and a cookout and got to tour the seminary and meet all the seminarians. I felt so at home and at peace at the seminary. I don't know what it was, but I knew that I would be really happy being there. The guys were really nice, and it was just a wonderful experience. I want to go back!


#2

I'm happy for you! May God bless and guide you on your quest to serve Him. :)


#3

Congratulations!


#4

I want to visit the seminary of my diocese SO BAD. :D


#5

[quote="CatholicZ09, post:1, topic:250892"]
So, today was the day at the seminary where we had Evening Prayer and a cookout and got to tour the seminary and meet all the seminarians. I felt so at home and at peace at the seminary. I don't know what it was, but I knew that I would be really happy being there. The guys were really nice, and it was just a wonderful experience. I want to go back!

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Good for you. You will be in my prayers. I am so glad that things are going well. You still going to log on the forum every now and then and let us know how things are going?

God bless.


#6

[quote="Little_One0307, post:5, topic:250892"]
Good for you. You will be in my prayers. I am so glad that things are going well. You still going to log on the forum every now and then and let us know how things are going?

God bless.

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I still am two years off, so yes! But when that time comes, I will.


#7

Another thing that I liked about the cookout was the turnout of men that showed up. They are all persuing a religious/priesthood vocation, and it looked very promising. I know that the vocations director and bishop were thrilled to see us!


#8

I hope to be heading up to Denver this September or November for a retreat that our seminary does. I want to go sooo bad!


#9

[quote="JL2011, post:4, topic:250892"]
I want to visit the seminary of my diocese SO BAD. :D

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Ask your parish priest or the diocese vocations director. Seminaries usually have open house times where you can visit.


#10

[quote="pablope, post:9, topic:250892"]
Ask your parish priest or the diocese vocations director. Seminaries usually have open house times where you can visit.

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I would do that if it were possible for me right now...


#11

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