This is a lighthearted podcast where two seminarians sit down to discuss their life in seminary, topics and issues Christians face in the modern world, and the spiritual life. We hope to invite others into this journey that we are on and that countless other men are on across the world. We hope you enjoy! God bless!
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Into Our Mother's arms
Newly ordained Deacon Micah discusses some exciting events over the last year. He also interviews Michael about his joyful vocational journey from a career of construction to studying as a seminarian for the diocese of Pueblo. He also announces the future of the podcast.
God Chose You Anyway!
Newly Ordained Dcn. Ian Wintering takes us on a journey of his life and vocation.
What Makes A Seminarian Tic?
Tony and Jacob interview Phoenix seminarian Nathan and discuss his vocation journey and his life with Tourette’s.
Playful Contemplation: The Fr. Christian James Story
Tony and Jacob interview the new Fr. Christian James. They discuss contemplation, playfulness and rest.
Almost Father Christopher and The Holy Grail
Tony and Jacob interview Father Christopher Considine only days before his ordination. Christopher was ordained to the holy priesthood on May 16th. Fr. Christopher shares with us the history of his chalice as he prepares for his ordination.
Sons of Quarantine
Tony and Jacob, still in quarantine leading up to the ordination mass, talk about how SJV Seminary was able to self quarantine and complete the semester.
Inspiring & Interesting!
Great to hear familiar voices!! This podcast is super chill, inspiring, and life-giving! Yoo its nice to hear what’s happening in DEN too lol keep this up!
Great views into the lives of Seminarians
I appreciate hearing the different stories and learning about the different paths young men follow that lead them to seminary life.
Sometimes fun, sometimes serious
It is fun to hear about the lives and experience the friendship of men studying together to be Catholic priests.