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List of Eastern Catholic seminaries

This is list of Eastern Catholic seminaries in the world. They prepare candidates for the priesthood.

Alexandrian liturgical tradition

  • (Coptic) St. Leo’s Patriarchal Seminary in Maadi (1953), a suburb of Cairo
  • (Ethiopian) Seminary in Asmara, Eritrea
  • (Ethiopian) Seminary in Keren, Eritrea
  • (Ethiopian) Capuchin Franciscan Institute of Philosophy and Theology in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • (Ethiopian) Seminary in Adigrat, Ethiopia
  • (Ethiopian) Pontifical Ethiopian College in Rome

Antiochian (Antiochene or West-Syrian) liturgical tradition

  • (Maronite) Seminary of St. Antoine in Lebanon
  • (Maronite)Collegio dei Maroniti (1584, reopened in 2000) in Rome
  • (Maronite) Maronite Patriarchal Seminary at Ghazir
  • (Maronite) diocesan seminary at Karm Sadde, near Tripoli
  • (Maronite) Our Lady of Lebanon Seminary in Washington, D.C.
  • The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik [1], Lebanon provides advanced theological education for Maronite
  • (Syriac) Al-Charfet Patriarchal Seminary [2] in Lebanon
  • (Syro-Malankara) St. Mary’s Malankara Major Seminary (1983) at Trivandrum
  • (Syro-Malankara) Seminary in Kerala

Armenian liturgical tradition

Italy

Chaldean or East Syrian liturgical tradition

India

  • (Syro-Malabar) Mangalapuzha Seminary in Mangalapuzha, Aluva
  • (Syro-Malabar) St. Thomas Apostolic Seminary in Vadavathoor
  • (Syro-Malabar) Good Shepherd Major Seminary [3] in Kunnoth, Tellicherry
  • (Syro-Malabar) major seminary in Satna
  • (Syro-Malabar) Mary Matha Major Seminary

Iraq

  • (Chaldean) St. Peter’s Patriarchal Seminary in Baghdad

United States

  • (Chaldean) The Seminary of Mar Abba the Great in San Diego[1]

Byzantine (Constantinopolitan) liturgical tradition

Brazil

  • (Ukrainian) Greek Catholic Seminary in Curitiba

Canada

  • (Ukrainian) Ottawa, Ontario

Croatia

  • Greek Catholic Seminary in Zagreb

Hungary

  • Nyíregyháza

Palestine

  • (Melkite) St. Anne’s Seminary in Jerusalem, under the direction of the White Fathers (now called the Missionaries of Africa) closed
  • (Melkite) Holy Savior Seminary in Beit Sahour, Holy Land, for dioceses in Israel, Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza of Melkite

Italy

Lebanon

  • (Melkite) Patriarchal Seminary of St. Anne in Raboueh, Antelias, Lebanon

Romania

Slovakia

  • (Slovak) Prešov

United States

Ukraine

  • [5] in Lviv
  • Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Lviv
  • Greek Catholic Seminary in Uzhhorod (1995)
  • Drohobych
  • Greek Catholic Seminary in Ivano-Frankivsk
  • Greek Catholic Seminary in Ternopil
  • Kyiv

See also

Notes

External links

  • Syro-Malankara Seminaries and Institutions
  • Syro-Malabar Seminaries
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