Open House


Come and learn more about life as a seminarian at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary’s Open House on Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Take a seminarian-guided tour throughout the halls, classrooms, living spaces, library, and chapels. Experience seminary life, meet your future priests, and pray in the Chapel of St. Joseph. All are welcome!

*Seminaristas hispanos estarán guiando a los visitantes que hablen español.

Location

Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, 5200 Glennon Drive, St. Louis, MO 63119

6th Annual Glennon Lecture

The 6th Annual Glennon Lecture will take place on Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the seminary’s main auditorium. Dr. Randall G. Colton, Professor of Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, will present Gratitude and the Longing for Home. This annual lecture is sponsored by Cardinal Glennon College. While the lecture is free and open to the public, RSVPs are requested by February 26th to Rita Angeles at 314-792-6100 or angeles@kenrick.edu. Click here for more information.

Kenrick-Glennon Days 2018

Kenrick-Glennon Days (KGD) is a overnight summer camp for young men going into the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grades. This camp is hosted by the Archdiocese of St. Louis’ Office of Vocations on the seminary campus. Registration for Kenrick-Glennon Days Summer Camp is now open on the Office of Vocations website.

Session I (6th-7th graders) – June 4th – 6th

Session II (8th-9th graders) – June 7th-9th

Serra Club Vocations Essay Contest

Every year, the Serra Club of St. Louis hosts a Vocations Essay Contest for 6th graders and high school sophomores. In this contest, the high schoolers were asked to write an essay on “How your relationship with a priest, sister, seminarian or deacon has enriched your life?” The sophomore contest concluded last fall. The 6th grade Vocations Essay Contest is currently underway, with entries due on February 28, 2018.

One of the winners from the high school contest, Benjamin Ducharme, wrote about Fr. John Schneier, Class of 2017:

Come and See: A Catholic Guide to the Holy Land

What better way is there to become configured to Christ than by following in His footsteps? A pilgrimage to the Holy Land allows one to follow, quite literally, in Our Lord’s footsteps, to discover His homeland and the cultural, linguistic, historical, and topographical landscapes that reveal so much about Jesus Christ.

Come and See: A Catholic Guide to the Holy Land by Fr. Charles K. Samson, Cardinal Glennon College Class of 2009 – St. Louis, accompanies pilgrims through holy sites in Galilee, the Dead Sea, and Jerusalem. His book is the fruit and heart of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary’s annual Holy Land Retreat & Pilgrimage and will be a comprehensive tool used to help guide future seminarians and all pilgrims throughout the Holy Land.

The book is available for purchase from the St. Paul CenterAmazon, and Catholic Supply of St. Louis. Proceeds from all sales will go directly to the Latin Patriarchate Seminary in Beit Jala, Palestine, to support our Middle-Eastern brothers in faith who are answering Christ’s call to the priesthood.

Endorsements

“Fr. Samson’s love for the priesthood and for the person of Jesus Christ shines through in this guidebook. His insights are deep and enlightening, and his knowledge of the Holy Land is first-hand and well-studied. He shares these in a manner which reads like a pleasant and focused conversation. Every seminarian making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land will want to be a part of this conversation; it will, in a unique way, bring the seminarian into contact with the reality of our faith in Jesus, to whose heart we priests are called to conform our own in our prayer and ministry.”Archbishop Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis