Vocations - Seminary is the "Heart of the life of the Archdiocese"

Archbishop Raymond L. Burke has called Kenrick-Glennon Seminary "the heart of the life of the Archdiocese of St. Louis."

"That’s very true," Archbishop Burke told the Review. "That’s simply because the seminary is the place in which I’m providing the priests for the parishes. I serve the whole archdiocese best by providing worthy priests to serve in the parishes as spiritual leaders. So it is right at the top of my responsibilities, and I dedicate myself to it."

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