Our Ministry Around the World
Today, you can find U.S. Sulpicians teaching in seminaries in Maryland, California, the District of Columbia, Texas, and Zambia. As instructors, spiritual directors and mentors they guide future priests. They offer timely feedback and support for seminarians in their first pastoral placements. They facilitate ongoing workshops and training to further educate and foster greater spirituality in more seasoned diocesan priests. In fact, the Sulpicians are engaged in every aspect of formation—human, spiritual, intellectual and pastoral—just as they were in 1641.
In the U.S., three seminaries, four programs of continuing formation, a spiritual center, a parish and a retirement community have been established with the Sulpician goal in mind: to develop, educate, form and nurture priests and future priests.
From the priests we teach; to the parishes in which they serve; to the people they support, the presence of Sulpician ministries impacts communities large and small around the world.
Did You Know?
2014 will mark the 25th anniversary of the arrival of the Sulpicians in Zambia.