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The Seminary Guild is a community of supporters who support Bishop White Seminary through their prayers and recurring financial support. We invite you to join us in our mission of forming holy priests.
COR CHRISTI • FORMATION for YOUNG MEN
A NEW PHASE OF FORMATION
Forming Solid Catholic Men Ready to Begin Seminary
Cor Christi is a new program that fulfills the Vatican’s new requirement for a “propaedeutic phase” as men begin seminary. Its purpose is to form strong Catholic men in the heart of Christ, so that they have a solid foundation for their journey through seminary.
Men in the new program will live in McGivney Hall, a building just one block from Bishop White Seminary. Renovations on the building are well underway, and the Cor Christi men are scheduled to move into the building this coming school year.
A GIFT FOR THE WHOLE CHURCH
How You Can Help
A huge effort is underway throughout Western dioceses to raise funds for this critical new program, which will be the launching point for future priests for years to come.
The building, renovations, and programming will cost $5.4 million. Will you help fund this new home for the men who are generously giving their lives to serve as priests?
A PLACE FOR WORSHIP
Update on McGivney Hall
All of the renovation work is in the final stages of painting, trimming, casing and installing — e.g. new cabinetry, sinks, toilets, showers, etc. We are working hard to ensure McGivney Hall is move in ready.
Short Cor Christi Intro Video
A two-minute explanation of the new pre-seminary formation program.
Proposed Renovations to McGivney Hall
Architect’s rendering of the renewed exterior, remodeled student rooms, and new chapel.
BISHOP WHITE SEMINARY
Forming our Future Priests
Forming Faithful Priests in the Western US
Bishop White Seminary has provided human, spiritual, intellectual, and pastoral formation for hundreds of seminarians in the dioceses of the Western United States.
We provide initial formation for men discerning a vocation to the diocesan priesthood, foster the continuing education of the clergy, and help generate a culture of discernment in the Diocese of Spokane.