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Hello and welcome!

Around this time each year, I like to give a couple of our newly ordained priests an opportunity to share their experiences with you. I think it is wonderful to way for you to hear their stories in their own words and get to know them a little better.

This week, we will hear from Father Chris Lowe and next week Father Andrew Filippucci will share his reflection with you.

– Cardinal Seán


Frs. Greg Bierbaum '15 (Diocese of Colorado Springs), Phil Schulze '16 (Archdiocese of Hartford), David Skoblow '15 (Diocese of Metuchen) and Mark Brantley '17 (Diocese of Dodge City, KS) traveled to France for a retreat.

The Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary Community held our annual Tenebrae Service in the Alumni Chapel on the Evening of March 20th.

The mood was somber, quiet and reflective with a focus on Jesus' death and burial in the tomb. The distinctive feature of the service was the gradual extinction of all the lights in the chapel until only one candle, considered a symbol of our Lord, the inextinguishable and perpetual light of the world, remains and by its light all the members of our community departed in silence.


Supporting Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary

May 20, 2019

The Weston Golf Club
275 Meadowbrook Road
Weston, MA


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