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May 2014 Newsletter

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Alumni priest Rev. Anthony Cardone, Pope St John Class of 2011, was featured in the Divine Mercy News.

News coverage of our 2014 commencement. Coverage from the Detroit Free Press, My Catholic Standard, and Please visit our Press Coverage page to read more.

Pilgrimage to Assisi

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The 22nd Annual Golf Tournament was Monday, May 19th! We hope you had a wonderful time!


Pope John XXIII was canonized on Sunday, April 27th. A delegation from the seminary went on a pilgrimage to Italy to attend the ceremony. You can follow our pilgrimage on Facebook. We were interviewed by Paula Ebben (WBZ Boston), R.D. Sahl (NECN and Catholic TV ), Richard Weir (WHDH Boston) and Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News.

The Boston Pilot also featured an extensive article on the delegation from our seminary.

On April 15th the Catholic World Report wrote an article about 2nd-career seminarians, featuring a current student and graduate from Blessed John XX III National Seminary.

On March 27th seminarian Rick Lesser's article, "A Lenten parable: Making maple syrup at the seminary" appeared on

On Tuesday, February 4th, Fr. Palardy appeared on The Good Catholic Life "to discuss the seminary, its 50th anniversary, the upcoming change in name when Bl. John XXIII is canonized, the elevation of former rector Bishop Peter Uglietto as vicar general for the archdiocese, and the epic softball battles between St. John Seminary and Bl. John Seminary."

On Monday, February 3rd, the Boston Herald wrote an article about our seminarian, Larry Love, and his delayed vocation. "Closing in on 69, some would call Larry a late bloomer. But in the Catholic Church it’s what is known as a delayed vocation, having felt a call on his life to become a padre, to walk away from a thriving career in ophthalmology and live out his faith as a diocesan priest down in his homeland of Tyler, Texas." Read more.

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On Friday, January 31st, Fr. Palardy said mass on Catholic TV on the feast of St. John Bosco. You can view the mass on the Catholic TV Network's YouTube channel.