Saint Meinrad Seminary & School of Theology

Formation and Education for the Life of the Church

Month In Pictures: April 2013

by Krista Hall

I have been talking to a lot of seminarians lately about things they are grateful for. One of the common things I hear people say is that they're thankful for the relationships they have. There is a community atmosphere at Saint Meinrad, where everyone seems like family and, while here, students develop relationships with their classmates, professors, monks and God.

Photos from this month represent many of the relationships monks, students and professors have and develop through their studies and work at Saint Meinrad. The photos come from the deacon ordination, the Around the World party, the First Communion at St. Boniface Church in Fulda, IN, and the softball tournament. They were taken by seminarian Charles Peñalosa and me.







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