Mission and Purpose
Borromeo Seminary, the college seminary in the Diocese of Cleveland, is a community in which men discern the call to and are formed for diocesan priesthood or religious life through the integration of human, spiritual, intellectual and pastoral formation.
Monday, June 26, 2017
This year the golf outing will be held at Signature of Solon Country Club . Proceeds benefit scholarship support for seminary students. For more information, contact the Vocation Office at (440) 943-7631 or go to the website: http://clepriesthood.org/events/borromeo-seminary-golf-outing/
Duc in Altum: A Come and See Weekend experience at Borromeo Seminary
Come and See the goodness of seminary life during a weekend visit. The weekends begin on Friday evening and continue until community Mass and brunch on Sunday. Personal interaction with our seminarians, several presentations, time with the Lord Jesus in Eucharistic adoration, prayer and Mass with the seminary community, social time, free time to use the grounds or the gym, and an individual meeting with the vocation director all take place. This opportunity to experience the awesome Borromeo community is always enjoyable and prayerful. Contact the Vocation Office for upcoming dates.
– Check out the Philosophy Portraits in Borromeo’s classrooms
– Read Fr. Damian Ference’s response to the question: Why a College Seminary?
Welcome from Bishop Lennon
Dear Friend in Christ,
After being appointed as the Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland, I must tell you how thrilled I was to learn that we have a college seminary program right here in our own diocese. Upon my first visit with the seminarians, I quoted the late John Paul II, in saying that I see the seminary as “the heart of the diocese.” I am happy to welcome you to Borromeo Seminary.
Welcome from Fr. Latcovich
Welcome to Borromeo Seminary’s website!
For over fifty-eight years Borromeo Seminary has had a rich tradition and place within the Diocese of Cleveland. Our primary mission is and has always been to help men to discern their call to priestly service.