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Breaking: Justice Alito to Address Seminary Concursus, Receive Honorary Degree

Bishop Timothy Senior, Rector of St. Charles Seminary, announced the exciting news via e-mail to the Seminary Community: It is with great joy that I inform you  that the Honorable Samuel A. Alito, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, has accepted an invitation to join us at Concursus this year. At […]

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Episode 15 – A Look at the Liturgies of Holy Week, with Fr. G. Dennis Gill

SemCasual Podcast, bringing you “Seminary Life with a Twist,” where we talk about things that matter to us, Catholic news that you should know about, various theological or philosophical questions, the saint of the upcoming week, and life at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary! In this week’s episode, we sit down to discuss the Liturgies of […]

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Interview Wednesday – A Look Back at the World Meeting of Families

SemCasual Podcast is pleased to bring you “Interview Wednesdays”, where we sit down and talk with exciting guests about everything from the grassroots of their faith to the passions that drive their creativity and enterprises, in short, the things that make them who they are! In this week’s episode, we take a look back through […]

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Reprinting the legend

The sacred season is now upon us.  Granted, the real Holy Week of the year is still ten days away.  But the other high holy days took place this week.  Baseball is back! But even there the phenomenon of “fake news” seems to be at work.  Case in point: Ty Cobb. Everyone knows his story.  […]

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Institutional Confidence and the Meaning of Holy Week

If Gallup Polls are to be believed, Americans are losing faith in the institutions which have made our country great for a long time. Only a couple of institutions – including, interestingly, the military and police – have been spared the precipitous drop in public confidence since the 1970s. Public schools – you know, the […]

Episode 14 – A Look back at Seminary and a look to the Future

SemCasual Podcast, bringing you “Seminary Life with a Twist,” where we talk about things that matter to us, Catholic news that you should know about, various theological or philosophical questions, the saint of the upcoming week, and life at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary! In this week’s episode: 2’15” – S/o to St. Charles Borromeo Seminary […]

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Watch how you walk!

Television viewers in the 80’s will recognize the iconic phrase from the show Hill Street Blues.  Those were always the final words to the police shift’s roll call. Now it’s a call also being made to people on the streets. A report released this week by the Associated Press notes a spike in pedestrian deaths […]