Listen to faculty of St. Patrick’s seminary yourself
Ten recent talks available to the public

  St. Patrick’s Seminary and University, the training school for priests of the Archdiocese of San Francisco and other dioceses in the West, is offering a series of informative videos by

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Listen to faculty of St. Patrick’s seminary yourself
Ten recent talks available to the public
2020-05-19T21:17:37-07:00

How to pray at Mass – come to Covina next week for the answer
St. Patrick's Seminary, Adoremus Society, Liturgical Institute represented

Next Saturday’s (March 14) Adoremus Conference, held at the historic Sacred Heart Chapel in Covina will include Jesuit Father Joseph Fessio, founder and editor of Ignatius Press and founding member of

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How to pray at Mass – come to Covina next week for the answer
St. Patrick's Seminary, Adoremus Society, Liturgical Institute represented
2020-03-06T10:17:08-08:00

Bishop Daly to lead vocations retreat at St. Patrick’s in Menlo Park Feb. 21-23
Plus monthly sessions with Fr. Tom Martin in Redwood City and Fr. Cameron Fuller in San Francisco

Is God calling you to a vocation as a priest? One way to find out if you have a true calling is by attending a free weekend discernment retreat at St. Patrick’s Seminary

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Bishop Daly to lead vocations retreat at St. Patrick’s in Menlo Park Feb. 21-23
Plus monthly sessions with Fr. Tom Martin in Redwood City and Fr. Cameron Fuller in San Francisco
2020-01-06T11:06:28-08:00

Menlo Park priest answers Archbishop Paglia on euthanasia
Father Pius Pietrzyk: a priest must do anything in his power to stop a person from committing suicide

After a prominent archbishop commented to journalists last week that he would hold the hand of a person dying of assisted suicide, two priests and a cardinal offered their perspectives to Catholic News Agency on what a priest

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Menlo Park priest answers Archbishop Paglia on euthanasia
Father Pius Pietrzyk: a priest must do anything in his power to stop a person from committing suicide
2019-12-20T10:41:35-08:00

Filipino seminarians make up a fifth of the student body
St. Patrick's Seminary celebrates Philippine's patron saint

On Sept. 27, the St. Patrick’s Seminary & University community celebrated the feast day of San Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila, the patron saint of the Philippines and the Filipino people, with a procession, Mass and traditional

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Filipino seminarians make up a fifth of the student body
St. Patrick's Seminary celebrates Philippine's patron saint
2019-10-30T05:38:47-07:00

Fr. Fessio, Ignatius Press at St Patrick’s Seminary
Catholic publishers honored

 

Special from Gibbons Cooney. On Saturday, September 14, St. Patrick’s Seminary will host its annual gala fundraiser. St. Patrick’s serves the archdiocese of San Francisco, plus surrounding dioceses including Oakland, Santa Rosa,

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Fr. Fessio, Ignatius Press at St Patrick’s Seminary
Catholic publishers honored
2019-09-12T13:53:47-07:00

New rector named at California seminary
Fr. Daniel B. Donohoo appointed president-rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University, Fr. Anthony Stoeppel as vice-rector

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of the Archdiocese of San Francisco announces the appointment of Rev. Daniel B. Donohoo as President-Rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University, and Rev. Anthony Stoeppel as its Vice-Rector. Both appointments are for

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New rector named at California seminary
Fr. Daniel B. Donohoo appointed president-rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University, Fr. Anthony Stoeppel as vice-rector
2019-08-16T05:54:53-07:00

St. Patrick’s Seminary hosts discernment retreat for prospective military chaplains

Twenty-nine men from three service branches of the United States Armed Forces will gather here this weekend for a March 15-18 discernment retreat aimed at helping them determine if they are called by the Holy Spirit to be

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St. Patrick’s Seminary hosts discernment retreat for prospective military chaplains2018-03-15T13:46:32-07:00

In San Francisco archdiocese, new website promotes Catholic arts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=x6On-gOKDOY

Expanding a recent San Francisco archdiocesan initiative to encourage reverent music and enrich liturgical life, a new website celebrates Catholic culture as a means to share and spread the faith. 

The online venture

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In San Francisco archdiocese, new website promotes Catholic arts2018-03-11T12:33:14-07:00
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