The line from the Acts of the Apostles ingrained in the archway entrance of Saint John Vianney College Seminary’s new chapel sends a clear message: we are called to be saints — witnesses to the love of Christ. One of those witnesses is SJV alumnus Fr. Luke Meyer ’02.
This past J-term, eight University of St. Thomas Church and Culture study abroad students (including six SJV seminarians) experienced profound joy in a surprising place: the poverty of Mexico’s Neza Dump.
The life of a seminarian at SJV is markedly different from most of his 18-22-year-old contemporaries. How does the seminary help him acclimate to the nuances of university and seminary life while laying the groundwork to support his vocational discernment?