First Sunday of Advent with Fr. Servando Guerrero.
In this changing world the work of a priest is more important now than ever. The call to become a shepherd, following the path of Christ, is one that must be tended, nurtured, and faithfully kept.
At Assumption Seminary the Society of St. Sulpice, U.S Province, is honored and privileged to work for dioceses all over Texas and beyond, ensuring that the priests of tomorrow are faithful shepherds and witnesses of the love of God in the world. We promise to open our hearts and commit our efforts to build a formation community in which the main concern is: Vivere Summe Deo in Christo Jesu. (“To live fully for God in Christ Jesus”).
We ask Our Lady, who was Assumed into Heaven and crowned Queen of Heaven and Earth, to intercede on behalf of this community to become people docile to the work of the Holy Spirit who send us to Evangelize the world. May the Blessed Virgin Mary, Seat of Wisdom, guide us with her example to become a Seminary committed to strong pastoral and moral leadership in social justice. This includes a respect for the dignity of human life in all circumstances, a concern for the poor, and a respect for creation.
We welcome you to our website and ask you all to help us with your prayers as we continue the service of priestly formation.
Father Jaime E. Robledo, PSS
Rector of Assumption Seminary
For the Official Letter of Welcome please visit texts from the Rector’s Desk
If you are interested in the priesthood visit our page “Is God Calling?”
Assumption Seminary is a bilingual and multi-cultural community of priestly formation. This seminary exists for the personal, spiritual, theological and ministerial preparation of diocesan seminarians for the Roman Catholic Church. Assumption Seminary’s goal is to enable Christ-centered men to grow and develop as collaborative and culturally sensitive pastoral leaders committed to the gospel.
Forming outstanding priests as leaders in the image of Christ the Good Shepherd for an evangelizing Church.
A Mutually Shared Vision –
Pastores Dabo Vobis – Link
For the Sake of the Kingdom: A Sulpician Approach for Formation in Priestly Celibacy