Vocations Future Priests of the Third Millennium by Jeffrey Miller November 20, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller November 20, 2006 Threshing Grain links to a nice video done by the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity. They also maintain a blog at Future Priests of the Third Millennium. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post The Papal States next post KKKramer You may also like A youth movement in the priesthood February 8, 2015 Seminarians in the hood February 13, 2007 Beacons of light in the heart of the... January 27, 2007 Posters for all vocations May 27, 2008 Culture of Vocations December 7, 2006 I love you, Jesus. I am totally yours April 29, 2008 Aggie Vocations August 18, 2009 Top U.S. Catholic seminary sees spike in enrollment September 13, 2008 My mother and my brethren are those who... April 29, 2007 Vocations a result of lots and lots of... March 30, 2007 3 comments Barbara November 21, 2006 - 7:43 pm just a wonderfully touching viedo. thank-you for sharing! Reply Roamin' Roman November 22, 2006 - 10:41 am Yay! Yes – those are “my” guys, praise God! Here in St. Paul/Minneapolis we are so blessed, we have so many Adoration chapels and so many good and holy vocations. First our Archbishop cleaned up our minor seminary and transformed it into one of the best formation houses for young men in the nation (and now the biggest!), and then a few years ago he began bringing in new blood to transform the darkness that was St. Paul Sem into a place that is now certainly working for the Lord to bring about priests to plant the seeds for the new Springtime! And – if you look at that video, you will even see (and hear, a little bit) our majestic cathedral, my beloved parish! 🙂 The scenes from that were from our ordinations in 2005, where our Archbishop ordained 15 new priests for the Archdiocese. The sanctuary almost couldn’t hold them all! I was fortunate enough to be standing right next to that videographer in that front pew (I was taking still photos for some of the ordinands), it was a sight that I remember more fondly and clearly than all the things I saw in my year in Italy. Reply Lynne November 22, 2006 - 8:37 pm Wow! That’s so wonderful. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.