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seminary

1. an academy for the training of priests, rabbis, etc.
2. US another word for seminar (sense 1)

Seminary

A school, academy, college, or university, especially a school for the education of men for the priesthood.

Seminary

 

a type of specialized secondary educational institution. Christian religious secondary educational institutions are called seminaries. In prerevolutionary Russia and in some other countries, seminaries were pedagogical educational institutions that trained primary schoolteachers.

seminary

A place of education; a school, academy, college, or university; especially a school for the education for the priesthood.
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The world's recent economic crisis has deeply affected theological colleges dependent on their endowment, as well as departments of theology or religious studies dependent on state funding.
Following the discussions of the 2014 budget--which occurred without media present--the Council approved an additional motion: "That the finance committee in consultation with the colleges explore whether or not it is good stewardship of our resources and financially astute to support three theological colleges.
My visit to Zomba Theological College, where pastors of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian are trained, was enlightening.
To that end, we are committed to working at ways that the three theological colleges can cooperate in the delivery of theological education on behalf of the church more effectively and efficiently.
There is also "tremendous pressure" to get candidates out of theological college and into active ministry as fast as possible, said Mr.
Invitations to participate were sent to all students at the church's three theological colleges.
Other socials were held at the same venue by the dioceses of Toronto and Rupert's Land, and theological colleges.
And let's remember: those who come from other churches and theological colleges are vetted by presbyteries and the Committee on Theological Education and often required to undertake additional studies at our own theological colleges.
Twenty-eight students from theological colleges across Canada have completed placements with partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
A CONTROVERSIAL MOVE to raise the stipend for executive staff, including those at church offices and the theological colleges, was passed as an interim policy.
The commission has also surveyed theological colleges to determine how they are preparing students for the "new reality of shared ministry.

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