News & Events

Upcoming Ordinations

This year, 18 men are expected to graduate from Kenrick-Glennon Seminary and be ordained to the Sacred Priesthood. 21 seminarians will be ordained to the Transitional Diaconate. Please pray for them as they prepare to devote their lives to the service of Christ and His Church. For information about the upcoming ordinations, please visit www.kenrick.edu/ordinations.

The seminary community is grateful to its friends who have generously supported these young men as they discerned God’s call. Thank you for helping them become effective, faithful and humble leaders, ready to engage the world and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Prayer Partners

As Pope Francis recently stated, “Behind and before every vocation to the priesthood or the consecrated life, there is always the strong and intense prayer of someone: a grandmother, a grandfather, a mother, a father, a community."

It is in this spirit that all are invited to partner with the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary community in prayer. Beginning on the first Sunday of Advent, the seminary will hold up a special intention each week and invite others to take the intention into their personal prayer time. The list of intentions will be updated online each month at www.kenrick.edu/prayer.

KGS e-Store

KGS Lions ShirtThe Kenrick-Glennon Seminary e-Store is officially open. As a promotional for this grand opening, there is a 20% discount for any items purchased on or before April 25th (when using the promo code KGS20 upon payment). All items will be shipped to the Seminary after the promotional event has concluded unless otherwise specified. This promotional is open to the public.

http://www.estoresbyzome.com/kenrickglennonseminary.php

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the KGS Sales Rep. Zachary Pinaire, Theology III - Wichita, at kgssales@kenrick.edu.

Spring 2014 Herald Magazine

Herald Spring 2014Look for the Spring 2014 issue of the Herald Magazine in the mail soon! Highlights from this issue include:

  • Pastoral Formation: Becoming True Shepherds of Souls by Joe Kelly
  • Homiletics: The Art of Preaching by Deacon Anthony Saiki
  • An Interview with Fr. Tom Molini
  • The Heart of Catechesis: Jesus Christ by Sr. Adriane Torrisi

You may view the magazine now by clicking here. If you do not currently receive the Herald and would like a printed copy, please email your contact information to communications@kenrick.edu.

Cakeway to the West

CakewayThe seminary has been chosen as a host location for the Cakeway to the West in honor of the City of St. Louis' 250th birthday.  The Cakeway to the West is one part public art exhibit, one part scavenger hunt, and one part history lesson.  250 locations were chosen to tell the story of St. Louis' past, present and future. The cake will be proudly displayed on the seminary campus through the end of 2014.

For more information about Cakeway to the West, please visit the STL250 website.

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