The mission of Theological College is the formation of priests after the heart of Christ. In unity with the US Bishops and in affiliation with The Catholic University of America, seminarians are prepared for the diocesan priesthood.
Founded in 1917, Theological College is the nation’s seminary. Its rich history is traced from the founding of the Society of St. Sulpice, to TC’s beginnings as a missionary seminary, to present day.
Theological College, overseen and directed by priests of the Society of St. Sulpice, provides a unique opportunity for formation of priests. This pages provides the biography and the Curriculum Vitae of each of the faculty members as well as their respective roles in the community.
The community of Theological College is made up of seminarians from multiple dioceses and archdioceses across the United States, as well as student priests from other countries. The variety of their geographical locations, pastoral situations, and forms and expressions of the faith bring a rich diversity to the seminary community.