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  • n. Plural form of seminarist.

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Examples

  • Besides the "seminarists," or resident pupils, who were always as numerous as space admitted, and the day scholars, who included all children old enough to be taught, adults of both sexes received daily instruction -- the women in the school-room, the men at the parlour grating -- all manifesting equal eagerness to hear the word of God; all afterwards showing in their altered lives the miraculously transforming power of Divine grace.

    The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation

  • It would seem to me that this provides friendly bishops the excuse they need to start training all their seminarists in how to offer our Mass as well as the other one.

    Of note from Frejus-Toulon

  • Such seminarists, once trained, would have the right to celebrate Mass according to both Missals but would be specially prepared to meet the needs of local traditionalists.

    Of note from Frejus-Toulon

  • Assisting in choir was the auxiliary bishop of Melbourne, the Most Rev'd Peter Elliott, the Vicar-General, Monsignor Tomlinson, and a large number of clergy and seminarists.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Several priests and seminarists of this diocese are interested in the extraordinary form Latin Mass.

    The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum

  • There is interest in the traditional Mass among younger clergy and seminarists of the archdiocese.

    The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum

  • There appears to be growing interest among diocesan priests and seminarists.

    The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum

  • The Abbe Caron was speaking, in terms of praise, to a private gathering of seminarists in the blind alley of Feuillantines, of an unknown priest, named Felicite – Robert, who, at a latter date, became Lamennais.

    Les Miserables

  • Saint – Ferdinand, like seminarists going to mass.

    A Woman of Thirty

  • Another time — this was in Russia (near Orel, and also in a time of severe frost) — he was in a tavern outside the town in company with seven young seminarists (or theological students), and these seminarists were celebrating their final examination, but had invited Misha, as a delightful person, a man of ‘inspiration,’ as the phrase was then.

    A Desperate Character

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