“The task of formation of candidates for the priesthood requires not only a certain special preparation of those to whom this work is entrusted, one that is professional, pedagogical, spiritual, human, and theological, but also a spirit of communion and of cooperating together to carry out the program, so that the unity of the pastoral action of the seminary is always maintained under the leadership of the rector. The body of formation personnel should witness to a truly evangelical lifestyle and total dedication to the Lord. It should enjoy a certain stability, and its members as a rule should live in the seminary community.”
– Pastores Dabo Vobis §66

Theological College’s full faculty complement has more than 150 collective years of formation experience. The faculty is committed to Sulpician ideals in forming joyful and well-rounded priests with the disposition and tools for facing the challenges of the American Church of the 21st century. The cooperation and friendship with Catholic University’s academic faculty in the School of Philosophy, the School of Theology and Religious Studies, and the School of Canon Law offer a uniquely fruitful education to all seminarians.