2015 Convivium Dinner Auction

IMG_6684The Convivium Dinner Auction was established in 1992 as the seminary’s sole annual fundraising event. Throughout its 23-year history, this event has experienced tremendous growth. Last year, this event sold out with over 300 guests and raised nearly $300,000 for our seminary’s programs of priestly formation and education. Convivium 2015 will take place on November 7, 2015.

The evening includes Mass, silent and oral auctions, a raffle, and an elegant dinner. For further information, please click here.

Missouri Catholic Conference

Dr. Larry Feingold, Associate Professor of Theology & Philosophy, will be the keynote speaker at the Missouri Catholic Conference’s Annual Assembly on Saturday, October 3, 2015. The theme for the free day-long event is “The Church in the Modern World.”

The Annual Assembly will be held at the Missouri Capital and will feature fifteen engaging workshops covering topics including religious liberty, education, race relations, abortion, and more. For further information, please visit MOCatholic.org.

St. Louis Review Articles

The St. Louis Review has recently published several articles featuring members of the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary community:

Carpentry Skills Lead to Vocations Call for Seminarian

Dane Westhoff, Pre-Theology II – St. Louis, worked as a carpenter prior to entering the seminary. This summer, he has put his skills to use in the seminary’s Mary, Mother of the Word Chapel. “Just being able to be part of God’s plan is a blessing in itself.” Click to read the article.

Adoration, Eucharistic Experiences Foster a Culture of Vocations

Communities in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, including the Serra Club, St. Clement of Rome Parish, and the Vincentian Marian Youth Group, are working to build a culture of vocations through prayer, especially adoration, and conversation. Click to read the article.

Vocations Job a Natural Fit for Father Fallon

Fr. Brian Fallon, Class of 2012, is the new Associate Director of Vocations in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. The vocations job is a natural fit. Click to read the article.

Restored Prairie at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary Offers a Glimpse at the Past

The seminary campus includes 22 acres of native prairie grasses and wild flowers, including the one mile Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Nature Trail. The prairie restoration beautifies the property, reduces outdoor maintenance, and benefits all God’s creatures. Click to read the article.

Women Further Victimized Through Harvesting of Fetal Parts

Dr. Sue Harvath, Director of Psychological and Counseling Services & Professor of Pastoral Counseling, works with our seminarians in the area of human formation and has counseled post-abortive women in the St. Louis area for more than 30 years. Click to read the article.

“Answer the Call” – Serra International

The Serra International Foundation recently released a video titled “Answer the Call.” The video includes highlights from the

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2015 St. Louis ordinations as well as interviews with our President-Rector Father James Mason, former President-Rector Father John Horn SJ, and new alumni-priests Father Daniel Kavanagh (Class of 2015) and Father Peter Fonseca (Class of 2015). Serra was founded in 1951 to assist in fostering and promoting vocations to the priesthood and consecrated religious life in the Catholic Church.

In Memoriam: William Cardinal Baum

Please pray for the repose of the soul of His Eminence William Cardinal Baum, Cardinal Glennon College Class of 1945 and Kenrick School of Theology Class of 1951. Cardinal Baum was ordained a priest

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Papa-Palooza on September 19th

Papa Palooza 2015 On September 19th, the Archdiocese of St. Louis will host “Papa-palooza” on the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary campus (near the soccer field). This afternoon of fun is a local celebration of the Philadelphia World Meeting of Families and Papal Visit. Visit archstl.org/palooza for

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schedule and registration information. You may also contact the Archdiocese’s Office of Laity and Family Life at 314-792-7173 or 314-792-7170 with questions or concerns.