Your seminary turns out great priests!!Jan BraunMary Queen of Heaven Parish, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I love my ministry. The most satisfying aspect of it is being there for people when they are in need...
Sacred Heart prepared me well for this part of priesthood.Rev. Richard Broussard, Diocese of Lafayette, LouisianaAlumnus
When I graduated from Sacred Heart, I was very well prepared for the responsibilities of priesthood.Rev. Robert Guerra, Diocese of Victoria, TexasAlumnus
I learned so many valuable things that I use in my daily ministry.John MondayAlumnus
The Archdiocese of Winnipeg, Canada, has sent a number of seminarians to Sacred Heart over the years and has been
very satisfied with the quality of education and formation available at Sacred Heart.Most Rev. Richard GagnonArchbishop of Winnipeg
...I felt really welcome, I felt as a family, either with the parents and siblings of the Sacred Heart Community,
for which I especially appreciate to Fr. Yvon and Br. Duane...Fr. Ronald Cerda MezaDiocese of Juigalpa (Nicaragua), English & Culture Studies
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology prepares men of all ages and backgrounds for priesthood. Sacred Heart’s expertise ensures a rich, rewarding and efficient formation experience, while rigorously following the Program of Priestly Formation, 5th Edition. Approximately 30 bishops and religious superiors entrust their seminarians to Sacred Heart.
Conform our world to the heart of Christ
As a Roman Catholic seminary and school of theology, we form missionary disciples who evangelize, both globally and locally, minds and hearts with the life and light of Jesus Christ.
Thoughts & Prayers
“God’s touch brings life-giving power that leads to healing and wholeness. As we confront the physical illness of COVID-19, we also call upon the Lord to restore whatever is wounded in body, mind, heart and soul.” Fr. Andrew Ricci, Diocese of Superior WI
“During times of hardship…we need to see the beauty that is all around us. We can recreate what’s already there…we have the ability within us, by God’s grace, to dream and build a world full of wonders, adventure and love.” -Author Unknown
Thoughts from Auxiliary Bishop Jeffrey Haines:
“I would like to think these difficult times with the Coronavirus will cause us to think and talk in new ways — to not be so aggressive, and to realize that we need to speak in a more peaceful way. Let’s work during the season of Lent on writing our discourse, taking the high road and speaking the truth with love.”
-Auxiliary Bishop Jeffrey Haines
“During the Lenten season, let us do all we can to strengthen our relationship of trust with Jesus. He loves us and wants to share with us true and everlasting life.”
-Auxiliary Bishop James Schuerman
“Hope and fear cannot occupy the same space. Invite one to stay.” Maya Angelou
Prayer for a Pandemic
May we who are merely inconvenienced
remember those whose lives are at stake.
May we who have no risk factors
remember those most vulnerable.
May we who have the luxury of working from home
remember those who must choose
between preserving their health or making their rent.
May we who have the flexibility to care for our children
when their schools close
remember those who have no options.
May we who have to cancel our trips
remember those that have no place to go.
May we who are losing our margin money
in the tumult of the economic market
remember those who have no margin at all.
May we who settle in for a quarantine at home
remember those who have no home.
During this time
when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other,
let us yet find ways to be the loving embrace of God
to our neighbors.
News and Events
April 26, 2020 at 2:30 pm
Catholic-Jewish Book Dialogue
The Misunderstood Jew: The Church and the Scandal of the Jewish Jesus
A discussion on the book by scholar Amy-Jill Levine to help Christians and Jews understand the “Jewishness” of Jesus so that their appreciation of him deepens and a greater interfaith dialogue can take place. Levine’s humor and informed truth-telling provokes honest conversation and debate about how Christians and Jews should understand Jesus, the New Testament, and each other. Discussion leaders include: Rabbi David Cohen, Bishop Richard J. Sklba, and Dr. Patrick Russell. The book is available for purchase on amazon.com or barnsandnoble.com.
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