Kenrick-Glennon Seminary sees surge in St. Louisans
Remember praying for vocations to the priesthood in recent times?
It looks like those prayers are having an effect.
Two priests who work directly with seminarians and potential seminarians in the archdiocese are attributing a recent growth in the number of St. Louis men enrolling at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary to a number of factors.
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