Daily mass is the center of community life and grounds all the other activities.
The silence of the 30 Day Ignatian Exercises allows seminarians to learn the art of contemplation.
The community gathers daily in the morning and evening to recite the Liturgy of the Hours.
Seminarian are immersed in the tradition of Catholic spirituality in a rigorous academic setting.
Seminarians meet regularly with a spiritual director to discern God’s will for their lives and deepen their relationship with him.
Authorities on the spiritual life are regularly brought in to lead conferences and days of recollection
The Eucharist is the center of life at the seminary, and adoration is a vital aspect of nurturing that life.
Seminarians are encouraged to deepen their relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary through frequent recitation of the Rosary.
The private interior dialogue with God, fostered by private prayer, is a vital aspect of the spiritual life.