Our seminarians after Sunday Mass at St. Michael’s in Gastonia with Fr. Matthew Buettner, pastor. Fr. Buettner is working a few days a week with the seminary and has been appointed by the Bishop as the house spiritual director.
See also THE SYMBOLIC MEANING OF OUR HOUSE CASSOCK
The seminary tabernacle was designed and built by artisan Jacob Wolfe of Ars Coeli studio, and paid for by a generous donor. You’ll recognize the design elements inspired by Belmont Abbey.
The 2016 Quo Vadis Days for the Charlotte Diocese was the biggest yet – 100+ in attendance!
Fr. Kauth receiving a chalice and monstrance for the seminary in celebration of the seminary’s founding on the feast of St. Joseph, 2016.
Antique chalice by French artisan Thomas Joseph Armand-Calliat donated to St. Joseph College Seminary.
Antique monstrance by French artistan Thomas Joseph Armand-Calliat donated to St. Joseph College Seminary.