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Preaching Conference set for Jan. 7-8

Join us for the second annual Preaching Conference at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology! Effective preaching is the key to effective ministry.  Preaching in the Lukan Parables from a socioeconomic standpoint; to the military and thei...

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The Pope and the Rabbi: a Faithful Friendship

Guided by their own religious convictions, Rabbi Abraham Skorka and Pope Francis spent years conversing about their understanding of God and each other. Today they are friends. Rabbi Skorka is a biophysicist, rabbi, seminary rector, and author. RSVP to b...

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SHSST to hold landmark international symposium on the theology of Pope Francis

Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology has announced it will hold a landmark symposium entitled "Discovering Pope Francis: Theological, Philosophical, Cultural and Spiritual Perspectives,” Oct. 8 through 11, 2018. Leading international theolog...

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Public lecture: Bringing Christians and Jews Together through the Psalms

What can members of different religious traditions learn from one another when they come together to examine Scripture they have in common? Scholar and author Rabbi Or Rose will explore this question through an examination of the Psalms at a March 11 publ...

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SHSST hosts nuncio for lecture, rite of candidacy

SHSST was honored to have His Excellency Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States, deliver the fall, 2017, Dehon Lecture on Wednesday. He also presided at Mass for the Rite of Admission to Candidacy for Holy Orders. SHSST congratulate...

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Bishops help celebrate Institution of Acolyte

Bishop Edward Rice of the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau celebrated the Institution of Acolyte at an Oct. 11 Mass, along with Bishop Anthony Taylor and Vocation Director Msgr. Scott Friend, of Little Rock. Pictured are are: Joel Seipp, a seminarian...

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Seventeen grads honored at commencement

SHSST congratulates its recent grads, most of whom will ordained to the priesthood in the coming days.   Receiving their master of divinity degree: Deacon Leo W. Blasi, Diocese of Salina; Deacon Adam J. Bradley, Louisville; Deacon Daniel R. Dorau, ...

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SHSST hosts Pastor's Toolbox

Presenters from around the United States came to SHSST the week of Jan. 9 to put on the Pastor’s Toolbox, a program for SHSST seminarians who will be graduating this spring, and very recent alumni. The Pastor’s Toolbox is a brief, intensive c...

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SHSST congratulates former adjunct Fr. Schuerman and Fr. Haines.

Sacred Heart congratulates its former faculty member, Fr. James Schuerman, and Fr. Jeffrey Haines on their appointments as auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Schuerman, 58, taught systematic theology at SHSST from 2007 to 2009 as an ad...

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Two seminarians admitted to candidacy for holy orders

Nelson Jésus Rubio Villalobos (left), a seminarian for the Diocese of Little Rock, and John Gonzales, Diocese of Tucson, were admitted to candidacy for holy orders on Nov 9. The Most Rev. Gerald Kicanas, bishop of Tucson, presided at the all-semi...

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Fr. Birdsall receives 2016 Archbishop Cousins Vocations Award

Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology has presented its 2016 Archbishop Cousins Vocations Award to Fr. Hugh Birdsall, SDS. The Archbishop Cousins Vocations Award honors an organization or individual who has demonstrated distinguished effort, inv...

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Seminarians make deacon promises

Nine seminarians made their deacon promises on Wednesday, March 30. These seminarians will be ordained to the transitional diaconate in their sponsoring dioceses. Pictured are: President-Rector Msgr. Ross Shecterle; Director of Homiletics Deacon Steve Kra...

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Eight granted Ministry of Lector.

The Most Rev. Steven J. Raica, Bishop of Gaylord, conferred the Ministry of Lector during an all-seminary Mass on Wednesday, Mar. 16. Conferrence of this ministry is an important step on the path to priesthood. Pictured (l-r) are: Angel Valdez, Diocese...

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SHSST kicks off Lent with day of recollection on mercy

The Sacred Heart community began Lent Wednesday with a day of recollection offered by Fr. Duane Wachowiak, the seminary's director of liturgy and liturgical formation. The day began with a morning Ash Wednesday Mass, and was followed by presentations r...

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Six complete programs in December

Six students who graduated or completed their programs were recognized at a special all-seminary Mass on Dec. 9. Pictured are (l-r) Fr. Hung Nguyen, Sr. Lien Dang, OP, Fr. "Michael" Bao Nguyen, Dcn. George Holley of the Diocese of Tucson, and Wendy New...

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Five admitted to candidacy for holy orders

Five seminarians were admitted to candidacy for holy orders on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology. The Most Rev. Edward J. Weisenburger, bishop of Salina, presided. Pictured above are (back row, in clerical garb) admitt...

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Seven seminarians receive Ministry of Acolyte

The Most Rev. Martin J. Amos, D.D., bishop of Davenport, conferred the Ministry of Acolyte on seven seminarians as part of an Oct. 14 liturgy at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology. Pictured (l-r) are: Br. Vincent Nghiep Van Pham, CSC; Marcellin...

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Cultural Fair shows off students' homelands

Sacred Heart celebrated its annual Cultural Fair Friday, Sept. 11, in which students from 16 countries showed off their homelands' culture, economy, food and drinks. The international students are in the seminary's English-as-a-Second-Language Program. &...

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Sacred Heart congratulates grads

Seventeen seminarians, clergy and lay students graduated from Sacred Heart's master of divinity and master of arts programs on May 1. The Most Rev. Richard Sklba, Bishop Emeritus of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, gave the commencement address, and the Ver...

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Three make deacon promises

Three seminarians made their deacon promises at an all-seminary Mass on April 15. The promises made in preparation for Diaconal Ordination are the Profession of Faith, the Oath of Freedom and Knowledge, and the Oath of Fidelity. Making promises were (...

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Nine instituted as readers at March 18 rite

Nine seminarians were instituted as readers by the Most Rev. William Callahan, bishop of La Crosse, during a March 18 Mass. The institution of reader is an important milestone on the path to priesthood. Posing after the rite were (l-r): Patrick Saint-Jea...

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Noted biblical archaeologist to give March Lux lecture

How were the motivations of First Century Jewish movements rooted in their responses to Greek and Roman authorities, and how did this shape the reaction of the Judeans to the ministry of Jesus?  Creighton University’s Dr. Nicolae Roddy will ...

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Lobby renovation nearly complete

The "summer" renovation project of Sacred Heart's main lobby is nearly complete. In addition to remodeling the lobby, the project included a refresh of the Dining Room. In addition to the refreshed appearance, work included asbestos abatement, upgrades...

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Six seminarians received into candidacy for Holy Orders

Six Sacred Heart seminarians were admitted to candidacy for holy orders on Nov. 5. Candidacy is a critical milestone before diaconal ordination and, ultimately priestly ordination.  At Sacred Heart, it is the point in the formation journey at which ...

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Fourteen instituted as acolytes at Oct. 8 rite

Fourteen Sacred Heart seminarians were instituted as acolytes, an important milestone in the journey of priestly formation, at an Oct. 8 rite. The Most Rev. Donald Hying, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, presided. Pictured are: Rub&ea...

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Bishop of Hung Hoa, Vietnam, visits SHST

Bishop Alphonsus Long Nguyen, the auxillary bishop of Hung Hoa, Vietnam, came to SHST on May 22 to visit with two of his priests who are studying English as a second language at the seminary. Pictured (l-r) are Bishop Nguyen, Fr. Quang Nguyen, SCJ, a mem...

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22 men representing 12 dioceses and religious orders graduate from SHST

Twenty-two students took degrees or completed their programs at SHST at the seminary's May 2 spring commencement. Pictured left to right are: Robert Ballman, a seminarian from the Diocese of Memphis; Taj Glodd, Diocese of Lafayette in La.; Robert Cloos...

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Sacred Heart priest economist brings Dehon's message to 2014

Fr. Quang Nguyen, SCJ, was the presenter for Sacred Heart School of Theology’s annual Dehon Lecture on March 26. The title of his presentation was, “Fr. Dehon’s Ministry from an Economic Perspective.” He spoke of the historical ...

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March 19 rite institutes 17 as readers

The Most Rev. Thomas J. Paprocki, D.D., Bishop of Springfield in Illinois, preached and presided at the Mar. 19 Institution of Reader. Seventeen seminarians were instituted as readers at the Mass. Pictured above, left to right are: William Tulua, Dioce...

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New classroom furniture brightens students' return

Seminarians and other students returned from the Christmas break to find attractive new furniture throughout the classroom areas of the seminary. New, comfortable wood chairs and wood-laminate tables complete the make-over of the classrooms initia...

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Workshop preps soon-to-be priests for parish administration

Twenty-three seminarians who will be ordained this year have returned early from their Christmas break to participate in the seminary’s four-day Parish Administration Workshop. As head of a parish, the future priests will face duties that are not ...

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Peace and Justice Committee collects 40 holiday meals

Seminarians from the Peace and Justice Committee collected 40 holiday food boxes from the Sacred Heart School of Theology community, to feed the poor in the greater Milwaukee area. The boxes of food, each with enough to feed a family of five, will be dist...

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Six seminarians admitted to candidacy for holy orders

Six SHST seminarians were admitted to candidacy for holy orders Wednesday. This is an important milestone on their path to priesthood.  At Sacred Heart, candidacy marks the point at which seminarians may wear the Roman collar. Milwaukee Archbishop...

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Cultural Fair celebrates SHST's global reach

Sacred Heart on Wednesday celebrated its Cultural Fair  – an annual celebration of the cultural diversity of the student body – starting with a special all-seminary Mass.  Following the Mass, students from 10 countrie...

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Seminarians commissioned for pastoral field placements

Twelve SHST seminarians were commissioned for their pastoral formation field placements around the Milwaukee area at a special Mass Sept. 18. Their placements are an important part of the pastoral formation process. Pastoral formation is one of the four...

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Fr. Paul Kelly, SCJ, delivers year's first day of recollection

Fr. Paul Kelly, SCJ, delivered the seminary's first first day of recollection of the year Sept. 11. The day, which included all seminarians, faculty and staff, started with a Mass, followed by a morning reflection by Fr. Kelly, the sacrament of Penance, a...

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School year kicks off with diverse group of seminarians

Twenty-three new seminarians representing nine nations have begun their new school year at Sacred Heart School of Theology, bringing the total number of seminarians so far this year to 87. Their ages range from 22-year-old Matthew Rappl from the D...

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SHST mourns the loss of Javier Ibarra-Hernandez

The Sacred Heart School of Theology community mourns the loss of Javier Ibarra-Hernandez, a seminarian for the Diocese of Salina, Kansas, who died on Monday, August 26. He died from an unusual form of pneumonia. A wake service with Rosary will be h...

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ESL students swell SHST summer ranks

Thirty priests, nuns and religious brothers from 12 countries on five continents are converging on Sacred Heart School of Theology this summer to learn English. The students, whose backgrounds in English range from those with virtually no knowledge ...

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Nineteen future priests take masters' degrees, complete programs

Nineteen students representing 15 dioceses and religious orders across the United States, and one in Tanzania, took masters' degrees or completed their programs on the path to priesthood at Sacred Heart's May 3 graduation. Receiving the maste...

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Knoebel, Papineau, Schiavone retire after a combined 89 years of service to SHST

Three long-time Sacred Heart faculty members are retiring at the end of the Spring, 2013 semester. Pictured are (l-r) Fr. André Papineau, SDS, Fr. Robert Schiavone, and Fr. Thomas Knoebel at a special vespers ceremony during which they r...

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Eleven seminarians make deacon promises

Eleven seminarians made their deacon promises before the entire Sacred Heart School of Theology community on May 1. In seminary formation, deacon promises are an important rite leading up to ordination to the diaconate. The milestone marks the point...

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Weekend of Lux Center dialogue culminates in talks by theologians Levine, Sklba

  Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, professor of New Testament and Jewish studies at Vanderbilt University, participated in several events sponsored by the Lux Center at Sacred Heart School of Theology April 19 through 21.Photos above: A., B. and E.: Levine and...

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Ten instituted as readers

Ten SHST seminarians were instituted as readers at a March 20 rite, with the Most Rev. Richard F. Stika, bishop of Knoxville, Tenn., presiding. Pictured are (l-r): Charles William Massie, Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana; Juan Carlos Torres-Chapeta, Dio...

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Ash Wednesday brings day of recollection on Ignatian spirituality for SHST community

An Ash Wednesday day of recollection following a model of Ignatian spirituality was presented by Sacred Heart Academic Dean Patrick Russell, Ph.D., and his wife, Stephanie Russell, Ed.D., both lay Ignatian Associates. Dr. Stephanie Russell is vice preside...

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Msgr. Shecterle appears on WTMJ TV news regarding papal transition

WTMJ TV news in Milwaukee interviewed Msgr. Ross A. Shecterle, president-rector of Sacred Heart School of Theology, for a Feb. 12 segment on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Msgr. Shecterle provided comments on the papal transition and his personal ...

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SHST releases new promotional video featuring Msgr. Ross Shecterle

Sacred Heart School of Theology has release a new promotional video featuring the seminary's new rector, Msgr. Ross A. Shecterle. In the video, which features a number of scene's from around the institution, Msgr. Shecterle offers his view of the ideals ...

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Fr. Michel speaks on experiences among Muslims at Ecumenical and Interreligious Luncheon

The Rev. Thomas Michel, S.J., offered a discussion on the challenges of anti-Islamic sentiment in American churches and society, as the featured speaker for the Nov. 16 Ecumenical Interreligious Luncheon at Sacred Heart School of Theology. Fr. Michel, wh...

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Alum Gathering features McCord for Dehon Lecture

Dr. H. Richard McCord, the recently retired executive director of the Secretariat for Family, Laity, Women and Youth at the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, presented insights on trends in lay ministry, and their roots in Vatican II as the fall, 2012 Sa...

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12 seminarians instituted as acolytes on path to preisthood

Twelve Sacred Heart School of Theology seminarians were instituted as acolytes Wednesday at a special all-school liturgy. The Most Rev. V. James Weisgerber, Archbishop of Winnipeg, presided. The rite is an important step on the path to priesthood. Pict...

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Students from around world show off traditions at Cultural Fair

Sacred Heart School of Theology students, faculty, staff and visitors enjoyed the seminary's annual Cultural Fair this week, with students from nine foreign countries showing off various aspects of their cultures. The event, a longstanding tradition at S...

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15 seminarians commissioned for pastoral ministry assignments

Fifteen seminarians were commissioned for their pastoral ministry assignments at an all-school liturgy Wednesday. Pictured here with their supervisors, the men accepted a wide range of assignments, including parish work and roles at hospice centers, resi...

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Msgr. Shecterle gives day of recollection on art, beauty

The Very Rev. Msgr. Ross A. Shecterle delivered the first day of recollection of the 2012-2013 school year at Sacred Heart, entitled, The Language of Beauty: Spirituality of the Fine Arts. Msgr. Shecterle is Sacred Heart's president-rector. The day inclu...

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Msgr. Ross Shecterle formally installed as 19th rector, president of SHST

Msgr. Ross A. Shecterle was formally installed as president-rector at Sacred Heart School of Theology at an evening Mass on Aug. 29, with hundreds in the congregation, including seminarians, faculty, staff, family, clergy and a host of other well-wishers....

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35 attend summer English-as-a-Second-Language program

  Thirty-five students of 11 nationalities are converging on Sacred Heart School of Theology for its summer English-as-a-Second-Language Program. The group is the largest summer class in recent years. The students are mostly priests, brothers and...

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ESL grad Dalla Zuanna named bishop in Africa

Pope Benedict XVI has appointed Sacred Heart ESL Program alumnus Fr. Claudio Dalla Zuanna, SCJ, as archbishop of Beira in Mozambique. He is the sixth graduate of SHST's English language program to be made a bishop. Fr. Dalla Zuanna, 53, is currently vice...

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SHST bids fond farewell to Fr. Jan de Jong, SCJ

Sacred Heart School of Theology held a tribute celebration for the Very Rev. Jan de Jong, SCJ, president-rector, on the occasion of his upcoming retirement. The celebration started with a Mass. The homilist was the Very Rev. Thomas Cassidy, SCJ, provinci...

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Four admitted to candidacy

Four seminarians were admitted as candidates for holy orders at an Apr. 25 all-school Mass. This is an important step on the path to diaconate ordination. The four will be ordained as transitional deacons in the near future. Pictured (l-r) with Fr. Jan d...

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Bishop Ricken gives day of recollection on 'interior life'

The Most Rev. David Ricken, DD, Bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay, presented Sacred Heart School of Theology's final day of recollection for the 2011-2012 school year on April 18. Bishop Ricken, who sends seminarians to the school and sits on its Board ...

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Eight instituted as readers

Eight Sacred Heart School of Theology seminarians were instituted as readers at a March 21 Mass. The Most Rev. J. Terry Steib, bishop of the Diocese of Memphis, presided. Pictured are (back row, l-r): Anthony Budnick, Diocese of Knoxville; Taj Glodd, Dio...

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Fr. Heille presents Dehon lecture on preaching

Fr. Gregory Heille, O.P., lead sessions on preaching for Sacred Heart School of Theology's March 14 Dehon Lecture and workshops. His presentation was  entitled, “Parish Practice For Hearing The Word Of God.” Rev. Heille stated: "Good Sun...

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Landau's Lux Center lecture sees models for peace in Genisis passages

The Lux Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies at Sacred Heart School of Theology hosted a lecture by Professor Yehezkel Landau of Hartford Seminary entitled Biblical Resources for Peacemaking: Liberating Lessons from Genesis. Landau examined passages in Gen...

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Author appears with subject of 'Rescuing Regina' at book event

SHST hosted a Feb. 2 presentation by Josephe Marie Flynn on her book, Rescuing Regina, in which she chronicles the story of Regina Bakala and her family. Bakala was a young mother in the U.S. threatened with the terrifying prospect of deportation to the ...

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Dr. Sherry Blumberg named the 2012 Milwaukee Jewish Educator of Year

Sherry Blumberg, Ph.D., a frequent part-time lecturer at SHST, has been named the 2012 Milwaukee Jewish Educator of Year by the Coalition for Jewish Learning, an arm of the Jewish Federation of Milwaukee.  Blumberg is a member of the Executive Commi...

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Priest psychologist takes on internet pornography

Sacred Heart seminarians attended a workshop on internet pornography and addiction presented by Fr. James Schroeder, SCJ, Ph.D., a St. Louis-based clinical psychologist.Easy access to pornography via the internet has increased the prevalence of compulsive...

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‘Rescuing Regina’ author to speak at SHST Feb. 2

Sr. Josephe Marie Flynn, SSND, will make a presentation on her book, Rescuing Regina: The Battle to Save a Friend from Deportation and Death, on Feb. 2 at Sacred Heart School of Theology. Regina Bakala, the woman who is the focus of the book, and her hus...

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Posada Navideña brings Mexican advent tradition to Hales Corners

Sacred Heart seminarians and staff recently celebrated a Posada Navideña, a Mexican Advent tradition which usually begins nine days before Christmas. The Posada is intended to prepare one's heart for the coming of Jesus Christ and to remember the t...

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Three ordained to diaconate at Nov. 19 rite

Three seminarians were ordianed to the transitional diaconate on Nov. 19. Left to right are: Fr. Jan de Jong, president-rector, Louis Shea of the Diocese of Cheyenne, Bishop Kevin Vann and Michael Moloney, both of the Diocese of Fort Worth, and Justus Ala...

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Dehon lecture focuses on 'mystagogy' of new Roman Missal

Sacred Heart's October 2011 Dehon Lecture was a creative exploration of the new translation of the Roman Missal facilitated by Fr. Duane Wachowiak, director of the Secretariat for Worship and Liturgical Formation for the Diocese of Gaylord, Mich.The prese...

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Nine nations at SHST cultural fair

Nine nations were represented at Sacred Heart's annual Cultural Fair on Sept. 28. The lunchtime exhibition gives foreign students at the seminary an opportunity to show off their home cultures with displays, including local foods and beverages. Sacr...

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Welcoming Holy Spirit is Day of Recollection focus

Sacred Heart President-Rector Fr. Jan de Jong, SCJ, delivered a reflection on "Welcoming the Holy Spirit" for the seminary's first Day of Recollection in the 2011-2012 school year. His presentation included morning and afternoon theological reflections c...

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Bishop returns after 30 years to see profs

Bishop Paul Ssemogerere of the Diocese of Kasana- Luwero, Uganda (center) visted the SHST campus today and met with two of his former St. Francis de Sales Seminary professors who taught him as a student there three decades ago. The bishop was in the Unit...

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Bishop Paprocki visits seminarians

Bishop Thomas Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield, Ill. visited Sacred Heart School of Theology on Sept. 8 to meet with his seminarians and their advisors. Seminarians for the Diocese of Springfield are now at Sacred Heart include Dn. A...

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SHST welcomes four new profs to faculty

Three new professors have joined the Sacred Heart School of Theology faculty, and a former part-time instructor has joined as full-time Associate Director of Human and Spiritual Formation. Rev. Toan Do, a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, has been...

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SHST welcomes 29 for English as second language

 Twenty-nine students from 11 countries have arrived at Sacred Heart School of Theology for the seminary's respected English-as-a-Second-Language Program for clergy and church workers. The group is one of the largest in years. The large class is par...

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Feast of Sacred Heart July 1

The Feast of the Sacred Heart, Friday, July 1, will be observed at the Sacred Heart Monastary and School of Theology starting with Eucharist at 11 a.m. in the main chapel. The feast celebrates devotion toward the love of God as symbolized by th...

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Fr. Hying appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee

Congratulations to Bishop-elect Don Hying (pictured left with Sacred Heart President-Rector Fr. Jan de Jong, SCJ) on his appointment as Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The Sacred Heart community wishes him many blessings in this transi...

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Twenty grads take M.A., M. Div. degrees, and complete programs

Sacred Heart School of Thelogy graduated this year's class of men and women at a May 6 verspers ceremony. Most will serve as priests in Catholic dioceses around the United States and Canada – 13 of whom received Master of Divinity degrees and two co...

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Richey honored as Cardinal Stritch Teacher of the Year

Dr. Lance Richey was honored as Educator of the Year at Cardinal Stritch University recently. Richey, a lecturer of Introductory Studies at Sacred Heart and Associate Professor of Relgious Studies, has been a member of the Sacred Heart faculty since 2006....

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Three faculty celebrate retirements

Fr. Melvin Michalski (in vestments, at left), Barbara Scherrer (center), and Fr. Hugh Birdsall, SDS, (right) greet well-wishers after taking part in a Mass that was part of their recent retirement celebration. Fr. Birdsall served on Sacred Heart's facul...

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Russell discusses his Involvement with the Ignatian Associates

Dr. Patrick Russell, assistant professor of systematic studies, is currently featured on the Ignatian Associates website. Russell, one of the founding members of the Associates, discusses the taskforce that formed the Associates, and his family's commitme...

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Students give Promises on the Path to the Diaconate

Five students gave their promises on the path to diaconate ordination at an April 5 rite at Sacred Heart School of Theology. Pictured are (l-r): Sacred Heart President-Rector the Very Rev. Jan de Jong, SCJ (back to camera);Albert Allen of the diocese of S...

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Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV presents last Day of Recollection of the School Year

Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV, presented a Day of Recollection for the Sacred Heart seminary community on April 13. The author of six books, Fr. Gallagher presentation was on St. Ignatius of Loyola's Rules for Discernment and how their insights are invaluab...

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Sacred Heart mourns the death of Fr. Charles Bisgrove

Fr. Charles Bisgrove, SCJ, Associate Director of Human and Spiritual Formation at Sacred Heart School of Theology, died Sunday, April 10, following a massive stroke suffered the previous Thursday. His passing is mourned by the many students, faculty and s...

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2011-2012 academic year calendar available

The calendar for the 2011-2012 academic year is now available online Keep up on all of the upcoming events and academic deadlines going on at Sacred Heart. If you are looking for the current year's calendar, it can be found under News and Events link on t...

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Sacred Heart community celebrates personal milestones

Wednesday, March 30, the Sacred Heart community gathered for the Employee Recognition Evening. This evening is a time for everyone to celebrate the milestones of members of the community. The evening began with a prayer service and continued with a recept...

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Faculty Publications Continue

Sacred Heart School of Theology faculty have continued their impressive pace of publications this academic year. Dr. Patrick Russell (left), in Review of Biblical Literature, reviewed Introduction to the Historical Books: Strategies for Reading , by Stev...

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Eight instituted as readers

Eight seminarians were instituted as readers March 2nd at the seminary. Bishop Kevin Vann of the Diocese of Fort Worth presided at the institution Mass, while Bishop Ronald Gainer of the Diocese of Lexington concelebrated. Pictured are Kevin McDonald, Dio...

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Lux Center at SHST hosts lecture by B.C.'s Dr. Ruth Langer

Nearly 200 people attended the inaugural public lecture of The Lux Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies at Sacred Heart School of Theology Sunday, March 6, as Dr. Ruth Langer presented “Approaches to our Sacred Text: Jews and Christians Living with ...

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Lux Center at SHST to host lecture by B.C.'s Dr. Ruth Langer

The Lux Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies at Sacred Heart School of Theology will host its inaugural public lecture, “Approaches to our Sacred Text: Jews and Christians Living with the Bible,” by Dr. Ruth Langer of Boston College . The event ...

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Seminary hosts national vocation directors' institute

Dozens of vocation directors are at SHST this week for the National Conference of Diocesan Vocation Directors' (NCDVD) Institute for Diocesan Vocation Personnel. Attendees represent 35 dioceses mostly from the United States and Canada . The institute, a m...

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