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Welcome to Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary

The Pope St. John XXIII Seminary community is committed to our founding mission: the human, spiritual, academic and pastoral formation of candidates aged 30 and older. Our unique institution is the only American seminary for these mature candidates administered by diocesan priests. For more than five decades, candidates have been accepted from various professional backgrounds; such as law, medicine, business, teaching, sales, banking, social work and military service. The diversity of life experiences shared by these mature seminarians enriches both the Seminary community and their future ministries in the Church.

Read a Welcome Message from Very Reverend Brian R. Kiely, Rector

News and Events

Photo taken by the Archdiocese of Washington D.C.

It is with tremendous joy that Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary celebrates the ordination of Most Rev. Roy E. Campbell Jr. ’07 to the Order of Bishop! Bishop Campbell is an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Washington D.C.

The Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary community was honored to welcome to Weston the Rector of our brother seminary, Saint John’s Seminary in Brighton, MA, on March 20th, the Feast of St. Joseph. Monsignor James P. Moroney celebrated Mass with seminarians where in his homily he highlighted the virtue of obedience while speaking of St. Joseph as a role model. We thank Monsignor Moroney for taking the time to pray with us, and for sharing his joyfulness, his friendship and his thoughtful words on a wonderful man, St. Joseph.

Great news! We are so very proud that 2007 alumnus Bishop-Elect Roy E. Campbell, Jr. has been named by Pope Francis on March 8th as Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Washington D.C.  Bishop-Elect Campbell worked in the retail banking industry before entering Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary in 2003.

Read more about Bishop-Elect Campbell in the official announcement on the Archdiocese of Washington D.C. website

Daily Reflection

Each one of us, as a living member of the Body of Christ, is called to work for unity and peace.

-Pope Francis

 

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