Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary recently hosted a sold out concert performance by the Three Irish Tenors. The fundraising event was created to further
support the ongoing mission of the Seminary in forming priests for the future. Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. and Bishop Timothy Senior, Rector of the Seminary, were joined by more than 450 guests at the event, which raised approximately $250,000 for the Seminary.
These funds will enhance the many resources needed to sustain the program of priestly formation and assist the Seminary with general operating expenses, including educational technology advancements, funding for academic programs, seminarian health insurance and building maintenance.
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