Seminary: Mount Saint Mary’s
Home Parish: Annunciation, D.C.
I walked the Camino de Santiago in high school.
My life before the seminary:
I am the second oldest of 8 children and for most of my childhood I was homeschooled until 8th grade. From 8th grade onward I attend the Heights, an Opus Dei school in Potomac Maryland. After graduating from the Heights in 2016, I attend the Catholic University of America for my freshman year of college.
What convinced me to enter the seminary:
I felt called by the Lord in February of 2017 to discern entering seminary, at the time I was attending Catholic University of America. Once I opened myself to the Lord, I saw how out Lord had been forming me throughout my life and saw how He was asking me to use that which he had given me. He was asking me to place my talents at the foot of the cross and the service of the Church. It was from the desire, to serve our Lord at the foot of the cross that truly brought me to the seminary.
Other interests include:
Reading, pipe smoking, the Washington Redskins, and Rugby.
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