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Support our Seminarians

Our seminarians come from across North America and around the world. Many are from mission dioceses. Your contribution provides financial assistance so seminarians can have the best formation possible. Please pray for our seminarians! Join us as we work together to Conform Our World to the Heart of Christ.

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Support our Lay Ministers

Help support students in our Cor Unum program who are seeking to evangelize and heal a fractured world, putting the teachings of Jesus Christ and His Church into action.  Each student asks: Where is God’s love most desperately needed, and how is God calling me to be an instrument of His heart and hands?

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Support our Seminary

Donations of any amount help to support Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology in our mission of preparing evangelizing disciples through specialized formation to conform our world to the Heart of Christ.

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Support Catholic-Jewish Dialogue

We  serve as a resource and focal point by providing unique and important study opportunities to promote Catholic-Jewish understanding and dialogue in the Milwaukee/Chicago area, both by providing library resources, and by convening public forums and/or lectures.

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Volunteer to help at SHSST in the following areas:

  • Administration
  • English & Culture Studies
  • Events
  • Library
  • Lux Center

Thank you to the following groups who support our mission:

The Catholic Community Foundation graciously awarded Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology a grant of $5000 to provide formators and high school students in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee the unique opportunity to engage with Sacred Heart faculty and liturgical recourses. The Fall 2024 grant project includes attending Sacred Heart’s Intercultural Mass, and a talk by a SCJ with a Q & A lunch. Participates will learn about the many ministries clergy are involved in throughout the world. Additionally, a retreat offering a chance to renew and inspire high school formators will be conducted. 

To learn more about The Catholic Community Foundation, visit their website at