Saint Patrick's Seminary and University

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Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: California

Description

Under the guidance of the Archbishop of San Francisco and in cooperation with its sponsoring bishops, St. Patrick's Seminary & University maintains as its primary purpose the spiritual, intellectual, and pastoral formation of candidates for the Roman Catholic priesthood within the Western United States and the Pacific Rim. St. Patrick's carries out its commitment to seminary formation according to the vision of priestly life articulated in the Church's tradition and lived in the Sulpician ethos through: 1) Collaboration among the faculty, students, diocesan clergy, religious and lay ministers, and the larger Catholic community; 2) Integration of the various components of the formation program: academic, communal, pastoral, and spiritual; 3) Firm commitment to ecumenism and inter-faith relations, peace, justice, respect for human life, the promotion of collaborative ministry, and harmony in a multicultural world; 4) Commitment to the ongoing education of priests through the Vatican II Institute program.

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320 Middlefield Rd
Menlo Park California 94025

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