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This includes civil authorities, the archbishop, the rector at the complainant’s seminary, the seminary’s board of directors or all of the above.
“I’m going to listen to any one of our seminarians and take their report seriously, totally standing with the seminarian until all is proven otherwise,” said Father Morris.
And once admitted, do they feel free to report concerns about their life in the seminary to the men that sent them there?
For answers to these and other questions, The Leaven went to vocations director Father Dan Morris, as well as two men currently studying for the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. Francis Xavier Parish in Burlington, is in his final year of studies at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Though it’s been nine years since his seminarian screening began, the intensity of the process has stuck with him.
“It’s a very thorough process.” The desire is to make sure that both the applicant and the seminary are a good fit for each other.
“The thing to remember is that [the seminary] is a two-way relationship,” said Father Morris.
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“It’s like dating: The man is discerning the church and the church discerns the man as a spouse.” Father Morris said he seriously thinks about if a man is going to be a bridge or a barrier when considering him for seminary studies.