St. John Vianney
St. John Vianney Theological Seminary was officially constituted on March 17, 1999, and inaugurated on the Feast of the Birth of Mary, September 8, of that same year. Since then, the Seminary has been dedicated to forming priests for the new millennium and offering programs of formation for permanent deacons and the lay faithful. St. John Vianney Theological Seminary consists of three divisions, allowing our faculty and staff to work together to educate and form persons called to different vocations within the Church.
The Seminarian Division educates and forms men who believe they are called by God to serve in His Church as priests.
The Permanent Deacon Division educates and forms men who feel called to serve in the Church as permanent deacons.
The Lay Division includes Catholic Biblical and Catechetical Schools, as well as a number of other programs of study.