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Almost Ordained. By Monsignor Vincent Foy

Almost Ordained Originally published in Emeritus, Volume 1, Issue 4 By Monsignor Vincent Foy The summer of 1939 was an exciting one for me, full of hope and joy and new experiences in the priesthood. Ordained on June 3rd 1939 at … Continue reading

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Curator of the Museum. By Monsignor Vincent Foy

Curator of the Museum By Monsignor Vincent Foy It was September 1934. We who had entered St. Augustine’s Seminary in 1933 had the joy and privilege of going into our second year of Philosophy. Our text was in Latin by … Continue reading

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Personal Memories of Msgr. Vincent Foy: Apples and Applesauce, Dining at St. Augustine’s Seminary in the nineteen thirties

By Msgr. Vincent Foy Apples and Applesauce Dining at St. Augustine’s Seminary in the nineteen thirties Ordinarily, during recreation periods at St. Augustine’s Seminary, we were not permitted to walk alone. That rule did not apply during retreats, when silence … Continue reading

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