...they would speak words of gratitude. Members of the Alpha Class stopped by the property today to write prayers of thanksgiving and petition on the walls of the seminary’s future home. After four years living in four different houses surrounding St. Ann Church, they are excited for the future seminarians who will be formed and live under one roof together.
Also in thanksgiving, the seminary hosted a luncheon for the seminary construction crew today in appreciation for their hard work in building our future home.
After lunch, the Alpha Class spent time inspecting the building’s progress. They brought along Bravo Christopher Angermeyer (affectionately known as “Gigs,” a nickname derived from the Latin word for giant), since he can more easily inspect the high places.