"In priestly formation the challenge is to minister to young men discerning the ministerial priesthood in ways that will open them to the identity that will become theirs through sacred orders. It is a journey of deep and continued conversion to Christ. Formation must challenge them to be open to receive the wisdom that comes from above – and be transformed by it. " 

We want to share our lives with you!

St. John Vianney College Seminary Magazine staff is proud to announce our new bi-annual Fall 2016 edition of our house Magazine. We invite you to get acquainted with our house and your seminarians.

We invite you to browse our magazine; in this edition read the following articles:

  • The Vocation of a Bishop by Bishop Frank Dewane, Diocese of Venice in Florida.
  • Your seminarians provide a witness to how God called them, in this edition:
    • Zachary Brasseur, Diocese of St. Petersburg
    • Milton J. Martínez, Archdiocese of Miami
    • William Goble, Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee
    • Robert Marquez, Diocese of Orlando
    • Kyle Granath, Diocese of Orlando
    • Jean Dossous, Archdiocese of Miami

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St. John Vianney College Seminary Graduation 2016

This video is of the 2016 Graduation ceremony taking place at St. John Vianney College Seminary. Please keep the graduates in your prayers as they continue on in their next step of formation.

Special Moments 2016

Respect Life Walk 2016

Take a moment to enjoy a video put together by the seminarians about the Respect Life Walk 2016. We began with morning Mass and during the walk we interviewed several students, seminarians, and local parishioners asking them why they were walking for the Pro-Life movement.