Seminarians visit nation’s Capitol for annual March for Life

By From the Heart | Community Contributors

Jan 26


Seminarian Brady Keller

St. Paul Seminary first-year theology students are in Washington, D.C.,  for the annual national March for Life. St. Cloud seminarian Brady Keller, from St. Gall Parish in Tintah, will provide regular blog updates leading up to the march on Friday, Jan. 27.




Seminarians Tom Skaja and Patrick Hoeft having fun in Washington.


“Today [Jan. 25] we had the day for sightseeing. We visited the Washington Memorial, White House, National Holocaust Museum, National Museum of American History and Arlington Cemetery.  There’s so much history to learn.  The Holocaust Museum was very powerful.




Seminarians visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Jan. 25 in Washington, D.C.

“The changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was very inspiring. The respect and reverence shown by the soldiers for the unknown soldiers reminded me of the reverence we owe to God.” –Brady Keller


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