'That evening (3/16) I met with the seminarians at St. John's Seminary for evening prayer, a holy hour and dinner.' Pilot photo/CardinalSeansBlog.org
Last Thursday (3/15) afternoon, I was visited by Christopher Gosselin, who was a youth minister in the archdiocese and is now a campus minister at Salve Regina University in Newport. He brought a group of students to do service projects here in the archdiocese, particularly the homeless and others. He brought them to meet with me at the cathedral and have them talk a little bit about their experience and their faith. We had a nice conversation with them and they gave me a beautiful paperweight with the Salve Regina prayer in Latin. After our meeting, they had a chance to take a tour of the cathedral.
Visit to St. John's Seminary
That evening (3/16) I met with the seminarians at St. John's Seminary for evening prayer, a holy hour and dinner. Then, after dinner, I had a time of dialogue with them. I also used the opportunity to speak to them about the HHS regulations and the issue of physician assisted suicide. Then, since it was a Friday night, I led them in the Stations of the Cross.
Charitable Irish Society Banquet