The Saint Paul Seminary
The Saint Paul Seminary’s mission is the preparation of men for ordination to the priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church. The Seminary provides an integrative program of human, spiritual, intellectual, and pastoral formation.
Without the priest, there is no Eucharist. Thus, our Seminary plays an important role in the life of our Church. A flourishing seminary with successful, healthy, happy, and well-formed seminarians serves as a beacon to other men considering priesthood.
The Catholic Services Appeal Foundation funds the tuition, room and board for all men from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis attending The Saint Paul Seminary. Each seminarian’s costs total approximately $30,000 a year. With over four years of seminary, this translates into approximately $120,000 funded by the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation for each seminarian ordained.
Did you know?
- Currently, 28 men are studying at The Saint Paul Seminary for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
2017 CSAF Goal Amount: $650,000
For most ministries, CSAF funds only part of their annual budget. Some ministries have other sources of funds, such as participant fees and direct donor gifts for some of their programs.