SummarySeton graduates have found their vocations in the priesthood, in the consecrated life, and in marriage. Let the Seton program of immersion in our Holy Catholic Faith,…
Seton graduates have found their vocations in the priesthood, in the consecrated life, and in marriage.
Let the Seton program of immersion in our Holy Catholic Faith, through our curriculum, help you to answer God’s call. Pope Leo XIII proclaimed that “…the entire system of education must be permeated with the sense of Christian piety.”
Seton’s program follows this command, and many vocations have been found because of this.
Ann Marie Solis
Ann Marie Solis is now Sr. Anna Christi, a Dominican Sister of St. Cecilia. She graduated from Seton in 1999. “Seton Home School was a true blessing from the time I began to be home schooled in sixth grade. It strongly supplemented the solid foundation that my parents provided through family prayer and daily living of the Faith.
Through the Seton curriculum, I learned the truth of Church doctrine, the beauty of the Catholic viewpoint in literature, history, and science, and the goodness of a life lived for God. In my senior year, I discovered that God was calling me to share what I had learned with others in the vocation of a Dominican Sister of St. Cecilia. Today as a sister and teacher, I have the joy of preaching to others what I myself have received.”
Fr. Justin Nolan
Fr. Justin Nolan graduated from Seton in 1995. He was ordained for the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter in 2008. “Seton High School’s religion course taught me the fundamental truths of our faith which provided the intellectual foundation for my vocation to the priesthood. I don’t think I would have realized my vocation without the religious convictions they helped instill within me.”
Paul Tillotson graduated from Seton in 1995, Natalie Johnson graduated from Seton in 1996. They met at Christendom College, in Virginia, and fell in love. They were married after graduating from college and now have three beautiful children, Pauline, Kristen, and James. “We are grateful to Seton for giving us an exemplary education of which Catholicism is an integral and important part. This education enabled us to hear God’s call and respond to it.”