Integral to fraternal life and the spiritual formation of seminarians are the many and varied opportunities for personal and community prayer and worship at Theological College. Seminarians meet for morning and evening prayer and participate in the celebration of the Eucharist in the seminary chapel throughout the week. Private prayer and adoration are also nurtured through the weekly exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
The many liturgies and other formational activities occurring through the year, such as the regular celebration of individual feast days, Sulpician meditations, communal rosary, days of recollection, and evenings and weekends of silence, help seminarians develop solid habits of prayer that impart a spiritual vitality, build virtue, and support collegial awareness. The formation of this solid prayer life will sustain them during their time in seminary and in their ministry as priests.