Currents News Staff
From kindergarten to college, students across the Diocese of Brooklyn are preparing for the start of a new school year.
Ahead of their first day of classes, Brooklyn seminarians got to spend some quality time with their bishop.
Twenty-four new and returning seminarians from Cathedral Seminary House of Formation in Douglaston went to a Mets game with Brooklyn Bishop Robert Brennan.
The men started returning Saturday evening to begin their orientation and enjoyed Sunday morning Mass and brunch with the bishop before heading off to the game.
As if that wasn’t enough the bishop also spoke to 66 future priests at St Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie.
The annual retreat included seminarians from Brooklyn, the Archdiocese of New York, and the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
The seventeen Brooklyn seminarians even got to spend some quality time with their bishop, asking him questions and getting advice as they continue their formation.