Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary will host its annual Lenten Concert performed by seminarians under the direction of Director of Sacred Music Rudy Lucente. The theme is “Adoramus Te, Christe—We Adore You, O Christ.”
The concert is open to the public and will include a program of music and prayer in preparation for Easter. This annual event provides an opportunity for all to visit the Seminary and continue solemn Lenten preparations in anticipation of Easter.
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Chapel of Saint Martin of Tours
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary
100 East Wynnewood Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096
The concert is organized and performed entirely by seminarians. Each year, they collect a free will offering from guests and designate a charity of their choice as the beneficiary. This year, the seminarians have selected the Sisters of Saint Joseph Welcome Center in Kensington.
Since March of 2003, this ministry of the Sisters of Saint Joseph has worked to address the needs and challenges facing newcomers to the community and the country by offering English language classes, citizenship preparation courses, computer skills programs, and a variety of other social services.
About Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary: Founded in 1832, the Seminary has served as a leading institution in the formation of Catholic men for the Priesthood in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and dioceses throughout the country for over 180 years.