- n. Plural form of seminarian.
“The NLM is told that several local seminarians from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, the Institute of Christ the King, and the seminary of St. Charles Borromeo, as well as diocesan priests, who served or sang at the Mass.”
“An affiliated CLN unit focusing on seminarians is being developed.”
“The Mass was offered by Father John Grimm of Immaculate Conception Seminary, with three of the four altar servers for the Mass being seminarians from the same seminary.”
“The seminarians are a really surprising bunch in their diversity.”
“Especially pertinent - given that his words are spoken in the context of a reflection, during this annus sacerdotalis, of the special solicitude of the bishop to bring forth new shepherds - are his words regarding the young generations of seminarians and how the bishops ought to respond.”
“I think this site may be very useful to seminarians, for example, who are not normally required to recite the office daily, but may want to cultivate a traditional liturgical sense.”
“I'm very happy to have you read it online or send the link to anyone, or buy it with proceeds going to support scholarships for music students and seminarians seeking to learn chant.”
“I haven't heard it but I'm going to get a few if only to pass out to people as an illustration of what today's seminarians are doing.”
“The participants of the courses were mainly Church musicians and seminarians.”
“What I am suggesting here is that the selections are indeed nostalgic and you can say that perhaps the world in which this music conjures up is a myth and that today's seminarians are naive to think that all will be well if only we could go back to these times.”
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