Hundreds of Catholics came to St. Charles Borromeo Seminary on Sunday, Dec. 10 for a day of tours of the campus in Wynnewood and a festive concert of sacred and seasonal music by the seminarians. Tours included am impressive collection of Nativity scenes and religious art, along with the areas for study and living, while the evening concert featured vocal renditions and musical accompanists including seminarians and the rector. Read the full story here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
A seminarian describes for visitors some of the seminary’s religious artifacts on display Dec. 10.
People touring the College Division on the lower side of St. Charles Seminary learn about its history and function today from one of the seminarian guides.
Snow sets a beautiful backdrop for the tourists’ walk from the seminary’s upper side campus to the lower side on Sunday, Dec. 10. (Sarah Webb)
The Christmas concert’s emcee, Sheron Fernando, speaks to the attendees in St. Martin Chapel.
Seminarians offer an unforgettable visual and musical delight at the 30th annual Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 10.
Bishop Timothy Senior (left), seminary rector, provides piano accompaniment for Rev. Mr. Kyle Adamczyk on flute.
The gathered faithful enjoy singing along with the seminarians during the Christmas concert.
Catholics gather for a special evening of seasonal sacred music in St. Charles Seminary’s St. Martin Chapel on Sunday night, Dec. 10.