Celebrating 100 years of college seminary formation in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis at Nazareth Hall and Saint John Vianney.
Vianney News was thrilled to catch up with Mitch Milless ’08 and hear how SJV helped prepare him to transform the culture through his marriage, family life and career.
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.
Seminarians reflect on sixteen days serving the poorest of the poor in Kolkata, India with St. Teresa of Calcutta’s Missionaries of Charity.
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?