St Johns Seminary College

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Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: California

Description

The primary mission of St. John's Seminary College is the preparation of college seminarians for admission to the theologate as mature men, liberally educated in the Roman Catholic intellectual tradition. Recognizing the collaborative nature of contemporary Church ministry, the diversity of Christian vocations, and the alternative choices that arise from discernment, the college seminary also commits itself to the task of educating religious and lay pastoral leaders and others interested in preparing for advanced theological education.

For the accomplishment of these purposes, students are provided with the resources of an accredited college and the baccalaureate degree appropriate to a Catholic college seminary, as well as the necessary academic and formation programs designed to enable them to discern their vocations and to mature as liberally educated persons committed to Christ and to the service of the Church. This preparation is carried out in the context of, and with a responsiveness to, the particular needs and demands of the multicultural, multiethnic, socioeconomic complexity of the local churches.

The various programs of the college seminary are conducted according to the prescriptions of the Roman Catholic Church and the standards established by appropriate governing bodies and the college seminary's accrediting agency.

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5012 Seminary Rd
Camarillo California 93012

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