Winter 2014 Seminary Classified Notes!

Today, my first year as a Catholic seminarian has finished! A good bunch of my brother sems here graduated and are moving on, while some have found that Jesus is calling them specifically elsewhere. I’m still finding the time to reflect with the Lord on my discernment experience, but for now… enjoy the top secret notes I’ve taken during my academic missions here:

 

[above is the 1st page of notes from my Theology 249 class: Introduction to Sacred Scripture.]

[above is the 1st page of notes from my Theology 249 class: Introduction to Sacred Scripture.]

[above is my 4th page of notes from my Latin 122 class: Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin]

[above is my 4th page of notes from my Latin 122 class: Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin]

[above is my 4th page of notes from my Philosophy 300 class: Epistemology]

[above is my 4th page of notes from my Philosophy 300 class: Epistemology]

[above is the 3rd page of notes from my Philosophy 235 class: Medieval Philosophy]

[above is the 3rd page of notes from my Philosophy 235 class: Medieval Philosophy]

*not pictured is a sample of notes from my Philosophy 365 class: Philosophical Anthropology, but believe me, it was a great class.

** click here for my notes from the Fall 2013 Semester!

Fall 2013 Seminary Classified Notes!

Besides ministry, prayer, fraternal hang-outs, spiritual direction, physical and spiritual exercise, Mass and worship, we seminarians also go to class. Here’s just a little look at what I’ve been jamming into my brain the semester just past:

[above is the 5th page of notes from my Philosophy 225 class: Ancient Greek Philosophy]

[above is the 5th page of notes from my Philosophy 225 class: Ancient Greek Philosophy]

[above is the 2nd page of notes from my Latin 122 class: Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin]

[above is the 2nd page of notes from my Latin 122 class: Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin]

[above is the 4th page of my Philosophy 350 class: The Philosophy of Nature]

[above is the 4th page of my Philosophy 350 class: The Philosophy of Nature]