Share God’s peace to the ends of the earth
At times it’s nearly impossible to see and feel the awe of God’s divine plan. Everywhere we turn we see suffering—from war, conflict, death and destruction. Despite the turmoil around us, there is hope!
St Vladimir’s Seminary continues to send men and women into the world to share God’s everlasting peace.
But it is through your generosity that St Vladimir’s can prepare individuals to go out into the world and proclaim God’s truth. To build healthy parishes, which in turn build healthy communities, healthy people, and a healthy world.
TOGETHER, WE ARE COMPELLED TO PRAY CONSTANTLY.
Prayer, especially corporate prayer, ensures we never lose sight of the reality that we are participating in God’s plan to redeem the world. At St Vladimir’s, our seminarians are taught to restore within everyone a sense of the Holy centered on the communal experience of the Eucharist. As a residential community, we lean into the Liturgy and offer constant prayer to God, for the life of the world.
TOGETHER, WE ARE COMPELLED TO PURSUE CONTINUOUSLY.
Personal transformation into the likeness of Christ is the solution to the growing desperation in the world. At St Vladimir’s, our seminarians are taught to desire personal transformation by inspiring a profound and ongoing conversion in Christ. This transformation is not just an abstract idea—it is an authentic, personal, ongoing relationship with Christ.
TOGETHER, WE ARE COMPELLED TO PROCLAIM COURAGEOUSLY.
The Gospel must be spoken—even when the words fall on deaf ears. At St Vladimir’s, our seminarians are prepared to share Hope with the world by demonstrating an unwavering commitment to the Truth of the Gospel. For such a time as this, the world needs pastors who are missionary-minded, courageous, and compassionate.
Top: Adn Joseph Matusiak (Class of 2006), deacon at the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Theotokos in Wrocław, Poland, serves the Divine Liturgy at St Vladimir’s Seminary.
Bottom: Pavlo Kurganov (Class of 2024), left his home and family in Kyiv, Ukraine to attend St Vladmir’s Seminary.
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