Dating seminary student
If a student decides not to commit to the next year, the student is free to leave the seminary. However, if financial need becomes necessary, seminarians would need permission from the rector before seeking employment.
We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Seminary women, handsome Seminary men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.
Before I met my boyfriend, my list of the acceptable careers paths for anyone vying for the position of 'love of my life' used to look like this: If you had told me that I would eventually be in a committed relationship with a seminarian, I would have laughed at you.
Before I met my boyfriend, you would have needed to pay a modest-to-large sum of money to get me to even set foot inside a church. Blame it on everything except my childhood exposure to Catholicism.
A: It is our hope that a student would stay at Borromeo Seminary through his graduation if it is his desire to study for the priesthood. The academic and spiritual formation in the seminary is a full-time load (minimum 15-18 credit hours) for a college student.
However, at the end of each year, the student discerns his progress in the seminary and makes a commitment for the following year if he decides to continue. Seminarians need to complete FAFSA in order to receive academic scholarships from John Carroll University. Therefore, the seminary recommends that students do not seek employment.