Hello, St. Patrick's Community!

We are so excited to offer to you a new video series from the extraordinary Faculty and staff here at St. Patrick's Seminary. Each month we will be posting a short video from a different faculty member about a feast day, Saint, or teaching of the church. We hope to both highlight the immense wisdom and insight of our amazing faculty and staff, and also grow in holiness and faith by their guidance. Join us on this journey in faith as we dive into the life-changing teachings of the Catholic Church. God Bless 

This Month: St. Thomas Aquinas

This month, Dr. Francis Feingold shares with us a beautiful reflection on the life and teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas's philosophy and theology play a vital role in the teachings of the church, the philosophy of God, and the movement of the liturgy. The Church owes a great debt to St. Thomas, one of the most brilliant minds of all time, Saint Thomas helped shape the way the church understands God and man. Dr. Feingold shares a beautiful insight into these teachings and more about the amazing life of St. Thomas. St. Thomas Aquinas, pray for us!

Last month: Mary and the Holy Rosary 

We are so excited to share a video with you from our very own Dr. Adrian Walker. As the new year begins and we start our new year's resolutions, there is no better time than now to start a devotion to Mary, the Mother of God. Let us take this time to allow Mary and the rosary to play bigger roles in our lives. The more we turn to Mary, the more she brings us to Jesus. May Dr. Walker's words on the Mother of Our Lord inspire us to turn our lives towards Christ and enter deeper into the mystery of his love. God Bless!

Older Videos: The Feast of St. Padre Pio

Happy Feast Day of St. Padre Pio! Today, Reverend Vito Perrone COSJ. shares with us his beautiful insight on the life of St. Padre Pio. St. Padre Pio is a beautiful model of what it means to live the Mass and love the Mass. Let the words of Padre Pio and Rev. Perrone move us towards deeper participation in the blessed Sacrament of the Altar!

St. Padre Pio, Pray for Us!