Vigil Praise

Young Adults pray at Vigil Praise. Once a month, 250 young faithful silently trickle into the chapel at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary.

Vigil Praise is a night of worship with the SJV Theological Seminarians. Vigil Praise is a ministry of SJV Theological Seminary and is held in the
Christ the King Chapel, 1300 South Steele Street, Denver CO 80210. Hosted by the resident seminarians, Vigil Praise awaits.

www.vigilpraise.org

Vigil Praise is a seminarian run apostolate of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary located in Denver, CO. It is a monthly community event that includes praise & worship; Office of Readings; confession; and Eucharistic adoration with Benediction. Vigil Praise is held on the grounds of the St. John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization in the Christ the King Chapel of the seminary.

About St. John Vianney Theological Seminary
The Archdiocese has two seminaries located in the heart of Denver, Colorado, with a majestic view of the Rocky Mountains. The two seminaries reside on the grounds of the St. John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization, which is also home to the Archdiocese of Denver Chancery Offices.

St. John Vianney Theological Seminary has served the Archdiocese of Denver, numerous other dioceses throughout the country and several religious orders for more than ten years. Today we are blessed to have more than 120 men in formation for the priesthood. The Seminary has a single and most important priority: to form priests in the image of Jesus Christ, the One Priest in whose Priesthood every priest shares.

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Download our 2018-2019 flyer and post it on your parish or school site or bulletin!
To listen to Homilies visit the Homily Archive.

For more information, visit www.vigilpraise.org or contact vigilpraiseden@gmail.com