Men in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia considering a call to holy orders as a permanent deacon are invited to attend an information night in Vianney Hall Lounge at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 20. Married men must attend with their wives.
Registration for the meeting is required; contact Laura Nimmons at 215-587-4532 or email@example.com to register.
For more information on the diaconate in Philadelphia including requirements for admission, visit the permanent diaconate section on the website of St. Charles Seminary.
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