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Every year of the fall semester, PSJS seminarians and spiritual directors take time away from academics and participate in a week-long retreat.  Taking this time allows the men to slow down after the hectic pace at the start of a new academic year.  It helps the men to center their priorities and to hear God more clearly; it is a time to reflect on their paths and strengthen their resolve to serve God and the people of His Church.  It is good – and at times emboldening - to experience and to be the quiet, to listen.   It is also a great time for fellowship among the men.  At the conclusion

This marks the 36th year we are having our Lawn Party to support the priestly formation program for our current seminarians. Please consider joining us! Find details here:

Great article!  In Trust Center for Theological Schools highlights Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary in its summer 2017 issue.  Read about what impact following God’s call at a later stage in life has on experienced and mature men, and about the solid foundation they will receive when attending Pope St. John XXIII. 

Join us in celebrating and praying for the men of the Class of 2017.

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.


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