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Farewell to St. Patrick’s

Sulpicians Bid Adieu to Patrick’s Seminary & University

Baltimore, MD – On Saturday, May 13, 2017, the Society of St. Sulpice, Province of the United States (commonly known as the Sulpicians) hosted a Farewell Celebration that included a prayer service and luncheon to officially end their 118-year history of staffing at St. Patrick’s Seminary & University. More than 500 alumni, friends and supporters of the seminary attended the event. The celebrant for the prayer service was Rev. Gladstone Stevens, PSS, President-Rector of the seminary and the homilist was the Very Rev. John C. Kemper, PSS, Provincial Superior, US Province.

Read full article at this link: Farewell to St. Patrick’s after 118 years

Archbishop Lori Addresses Franco-Canadian Solitude

The Most Reverend William E. Lori’s address, “The Enduring Relevance of the French School of Spirituality,” is available as a downloadable PDF file. His address was given to the French, Canadian, and American Sulpicians at the St. Mary’s Seminary and University on April 28, 2017.

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In Memoriam: Addison George Wright, PSS

June 28, 1932–January 31, 2017

“Enjoy life; whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might” (Eccl 9: 7, 10).  This quote from Ecclesiastes, the biblical book to which Fr. Wright devoted much of his academic career, is a fitting caption for one who enjoyed the benefits of God’s grace for fifty-nine years as a priest and for eighty-four years of life.

Addison George Wright was born on June 28, 1932, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Addison and Ann (Dowd) Wright. He had no siblings and his parents are deceased.

Fr. Wright died on January 31, 2017 at the Sulpician retirement community of Villa Olier, Catonsville, MD. The Mass of Resurrection was celebrated on February 6, 2017 in the chapel of St. Mary’s Seminary & University with the Provincial, John C. Kemper, PSS as celebrant, and Fr. Robert Leavitt, PSS as homilist.  Burial followed in the Sulpician Cemetery, Catonsville, MD.…

In Memoriam: Claude Henry Dukehart, PSS

Aug. 16, 1917–Sept. 14, 2016

“As for you, you shall go to your fathers in peace; you will be buried at a good old age.” (Gen 15:15) These words that Yahweh spoke to Abram could well be spoken to Fr. Claude Henry Dukehart, who enjoyed the benefits of God’s grace for seventy-three years as a priest and ninety-nine years of life. When he died, he was the oldest priest in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and second oldest Sulpician in the world.

Fr. Dukehart was born on August 16, 1917, in Baltimore, Maryland, to John and Rose (Huesman) Dukehart. He was one of nine children: John Cyril (who was also a Sulpician), Paul, Edward, John, Charles, Mary (Musser), Betty (Quinn) and Joseph, who survives him.

Fr. Dukehart was ordained for the Archdiocese of Baltimore on June 8, 1943. He earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy from St. Mary’s Seminary on Paca Street in Baltimore in 1939.…

In Memoriam: Vincent dePaul McMurry, PSS

Oct. 1, 1924-July 24, 2016

“God desires to confer benefits on those who persevere in his service.” This quote from St. Irenaeus is a fitting caption for the life of Vincent dePaul McMurry, who enjoyed the benefits of God’s grace for sixty-nine years as a priest and ninety-one years of life.

Fr. McMurry was born on October 1, 1924, in Nashville, Tennessee, to Vincent and Augusta (Delaigre) McMurry. He is survived by his brother, Fr. John McMurry, PSS, his sister, Mary (Hoenigman), two nephews, John and Vincent (Hoenigman), and one niece, Ammon Marie (Hoenigman).

Fr. McMurry was ordained for the Diocese of Nashville in 1949. He earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy (1945) from St. Mary’s Seminary on Paca Street in Baltimore, and then his STB (1947) and STL (1949) from St. Mary’s Seminary, Roland Park. He completed the MA in history at The Catholic University of America in 1951 after writing a thesis titled “The Catholic Church During Reconstruction, 1865–1877.”

As a Sulpician candidate, he served for one year (1950–1951) on the high school faculty of St.…

Peter Francis Chirico, PSS

May 4, 1927 – May 6, 2016

Peter Francis Chirico was born on May 4, 1927 in Brooklyn, NY to Peter and Anna Chirico. He is survived by his two sisters, Anna (Slater) and Eleanor (Sparaco), and two nephews, Peter and Eugene.

Fr. Chirico was ordained for the Diocese of Camden, New Jersey in 1956. He earned his undergraduate degrees, BBA in 1949 and BA in 1952 at St. John’s University in Brooklyn, New York. He completed his seminary training at St. Mary’s Seminary & University in Baltimore, earning a licentiate in sacred theology in 1956. Fr. Chirico received his doctorate in sacred theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome in 1960.

Fr. Chirico was admitted to the Society of St. Sulpice in 1958 and served on the faculty of St. Thomas Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky (1956-1957). After doctoral studies, he was sent to the West Coast where he spent the rest of his active ministry as a Sulpician.…

New Rector for St. Mary’s Seminary & University

The Provincial Council of the U.S. Province of the Society of St. Sulpice has appointed Sulpician Father Phillip J. Brown, P.S.S., J.D., J.C.D., as President-Rector of St. Mary’s Seminary & University in Baltimore, Maryland, effective July 1, 2016. This appointment has been made by the Sulpician Council with the approval of Most Reverend William Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore and Chancellor of St. Mary’s, and the Holy See. Read More

New Rector for Theological College

The Provincial Superior, Father John C. Kemper, PSS, is pleased to announce, the Provincial Council of the U.S. Province of the Society of St. Sulpice has appointed Sulpician Father Gerald D. McBrearity, P.S.S., S.T.B., D.Min., M.A. as Rector of Theological College, the national seminary of The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, effective July 1, 2016.
This appointment has been made by the Sulpician Council with the approval of His Eminence Donald Cardinal Wuerl, S.T.D., Archbishop of Washington and Chancellor of the University, and John H. Garvey, J.D. President of The Catholic University of America. Read More