THE DAILY LIFE

“Whatever you eat, then, or drink, and whatever else you do, do it all for the glory of God. Never be a cause of offence, either to Jews or to Greeks or to the Church of God.”

1 Co 10, 31-32

THE DAY OF A SEMINARIST

The communal and fraternal life of a seminarist is at the heart of the formative experience at the Seminary of Ars. Dear to the Society of John Mary Vianney and all the instructors, it does stimulate the human and spiritual growth of the priest to be and gives seminarians mutual support as brothers through established friendships and communal prayer.

A typical daily schedule at the seminary is devised to promote life in a community and further structure the student. It supports, strengthens and encourages the young seminarist’s determination to succeed.

An intense

community life

and a true learning

experience

THE DAY OF A SEMINARIST

The communal and fraternal life of a seminarist is at the heart of the formative experience at the Seminary of Ars. Dear to the Society of John Mary Vianney and all the instructors, it does stimulate the human and spiritual growth of the priest to be and gives seminarians mutual support as brothers through established friendships and communal prayer.

A typical daily schedule at the seminary is devised to promote life in a community and further structure the student. It supports, strengthens and encourages the young seminarist’s determination to succeed.

Rise and Orison

07h30 Laudes in fraternity

Breakfast in fraternity

08h30 Courses (3 hours)

11h45 Mass

12h45 Lunch

Afternoon : personal work, meetings, etc.

19h Vespers & Divines

Rise and Orison

07h30 Laudes in fraternity

Breakfast in fraternity

08h30 Courses (3 hours)

11h45 Mass

12h45 Repas

Afternoon : personal work, meetings, etc.

19h Vespers & Divines

BROTHERHOOD UNITS

Within the larger community, student are organised in small units (fraternities). They are set up by the seminary for a year. Each fraternity is composed of six to ten seminarians, accompanied by a priest. They live in the same accommodation. A head seminarist is tasked with the structuring of the daily schedule, supervised by a priest. All other seminarist are also encouraged to provide their support.

A library of some 58000 books, 200 magazines and publications is permanently at the disposal of students and priests. The wilde ranging variety for the intellectual and human development of all.

Monday

18.00 Mass in the basilica for 2nd cycle

Tuesday

Evening : lecturing by external contributors

Wednesday

14.00 communal work

15.15 sport

18.00 chanting

20.30 Rosary in the Basilica

Thursday

20.30 Adoration

Friday

18.00 meeting of the community

BROTHERHOOD UNITS

Within the larger community, student are organised in small units (fraternities). They are set up by the seminary for a year. Each fraternity is composed of six to ten seminarians, accompanied by a priest. They live in the same accommodation. A head seminarist is tasked with the structuring of the daily schedule, supervised by a priest. All other seminarist are also encouraged to provide their support.

A library of some 58000 books, 200 magazines and publications is permanently at the disposal of students and priests. The wilde ranging variety for the intellectual and human development of all.

Small units,

Brotherhood,

community life

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