Support our Seminarian Program

Dear Brothers and Sisters of Jesus Christ,

I implore you today to ask the question of if seminarians, and their priestly discernment, are important to you in your everyday life and your spiritual life? With married men having the availability to become priests, it is even more important to discern your call in helping men discern without the problems that may arise. I implore you to think about making a donation to help these seminarians who face many obstacles in their priestly discernment because they are married and hearing the call of God.

Many times we say, “well if God calls them he will provide a way”, but we must remember that he provides a way by placing the desire on the Church’s heart to support these seminarians with their time, talent and treasure. This is what I implore of you today. Not only do we have married seminarians, but we also have married seminarians with debt from previous degree programs. This year, please consider giving back to our seminarians as they seek to answer Christ’s call on their lives.

Thank you for your attention and time, may God give you the grace to freely give your heart to this matter in Christ’s holy name.

In Christ,

Mr. Adam Cook
Adam Cook Ministries

Published by Mr. Adam Cook, O.P

Adam is a Missionary for the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Mission to the Carolina Indians in Pembroke, NC, a mission of the Ukrainian Eparchy of St. Josaphat. He is a Pee Dee Indian, a member of the MacGregor Clan of Scotland and a professed member of the Order of Preachers. He is a graduate of the University of North Georgia and a Graduate Student of Franciscan University. He holds a Bachelor's of Arts in International Relations and is working to complete his Master of Arts in Catechetics and Evangelization. Adam is married to his wonderful wife and they have one son.

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