Here is the latest news that is happening at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology.
Lenten Reflection on John’s Gospel
02.28.17 | News
Father Tim Schehr will speak on John's Gospel as part of Our Lady of Lourdes' Wednesday night Lenten Series. The talks will take place on March 8, 15 & 25 at 7:00 p.m. in OLL's Trinity Hall.
Strengthen Your Faith During Lent!
02.28.17 | News
Mary Catherine Levri will speak on "The Annunciation" as part of Immaculate Heart of Mary's Lenten Series. The talk will take place on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. in IHM's Church.
God’s Mechanics: The Religious Life of Techies
02.23.17 | News
Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J. The Director of the Vatican Observatory, came to the Athenaeum on February 8 to talk about science and religion. (See photo gallery.)
Archbishop of the Military Services Visits Athenaeum
02.14.17 | News
The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary's Seminary is pleased to welcome Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio, J.C.D., Archbishop of the Military Services, USA.
Fifth Grade Students Enjoy Visit by Seminarian
02.10.17 | News
Jacob Willig, III Theology, made a positive impression on two classes of 5th graders at Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School, in Liberty Township,
Summer 2017 Course to be offered: "The Virtue Theory of St. Thomas Aquinas"
02.06.17 | News
The Athenaeum of Ohio will offer a graduate-level course which will meet on Monday and Thursday evenings beginning May 15 and ending June 15.
Mount St. Mary’s Men in D.C. to March for Life
01.27.17 | News
Seminarians and faculty members from Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Washington, D.C. for the 44th Annual March for Life, January 27.
Seminarians Attend National Festival of Young Preachers
01.13.17 | News
Four seminarians from Mount St. Mary's Seminary recently participated in an event hosted by the Academy of Preachers January 2-5. (See photo gallery.)
Director of the Vatican Observatory to Present Talk on Faith and Science
01.05.17 | News
Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., Director of the Vatican Observatory, will give a talk titled "God's Mechanics: The Religious Life of Techies" on Wednesday, February 8, at the Athenaeum.