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Multiply Your Ministry:  “a vocation within a priestly vocation.”

We seek Roman Catholic diocesan priests with special skills to join our apostolate.

We seek those who have a love of the priesthood and feel called to help form others in this sacred ministry. We invite those with the ability to share their faith and spiritual life as guides for others. We encourage priests to join us who wish to continue learning and to help others learn as well.

We invite you to search your heart as you read these pages and prayerfully discern. If you feel inspired by something you’ve read and would like to hear more about us, we will be happy to speak with you.

Contact us today to learn more about multiplying the effectiveness of your priestly ministry by forming others to become priests

Should You Apply?

Candidates must be Roman Catholic priests who have:
•    At least two years of parish experience as an ordained priest.
•    Love of the priesthood
•    A collaborative approach and appreciation for teamwork
•    Enthusiasm to communicate faith
•    A missionary dimension to your identity as a priest
•    Above-average potential for training as a spiritual director, teacher, administrator or pastoral supervisor
•    A willingness to learn.

Priests in good standing who are incardinated into dioceses in the U.S. or in Zambia are welcome to inquire.

Admissions Process

Meet the Director of Discernment, U.S. Province

Joining the staff at the U.S. Provincial House full-time in July of 2011, Father Daniel Moore, PSS, has served as the Director of Discernment and Admissions since 2009.

Father Daniel F. Moore, PSS, is an alumnus of St. Mary’s Seminary & University, Baltimore (1984); priest of the Diocese of Memphis (TN); graduate of The Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (STL/STD, Systematic Theology) and the Director of Discernment & Admissions for the Society.  Father Dan entered The Society of The Priests of Saint Sulpice on  July 1, 2000, after serving 16 years as a diocesan priest: notably as a high school principal, pastor, secretary to presbyteral council, and member of the college of diocesan consultors.  Currently, he is the First Consultor and the Provincial Secretary of the U.S. Province (working and residing in Baltimore), having served seven years (2004-2011) in priestly formation at Theological College / CUA, Washington, DC, as formation advisor, spiritual director, adjunct lecturer at The Catholic University of America –and four years as vice rector (2007-2011).

Today, Father Dan serves the Sulpician community as Provincial Secretary, Director of Discernment and Director of Communications.

Contact :
Rev. Daniel F. Moore, PSS,
Director of Discernment & Admissions
Sulpician Provincial House
5408 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21210-1988
Phone: 410-323-5070
Fax: 410-433-6524