Nick is the son of Jeff and Amy Sellers. He is in his third year at Marian University and Bishop Simon Brute College Seminary in Indianapolis.
Nick's message: "I am very grateful for all of your prayers and support. It has been a very fruitful year, and I have continued to form myself as a man of God. I am excited to say that I will be heading back to Simon Brute next year for another year of seminary formation. This summer, I will be coming home to be working around the parishes. I am very excited to be able to have the opportunity to minister to our community this summer. From May 8th to 18th, I will be leading a group to Guatemala, and I would love your prayers for our safety and ability to bring the gospel to our brothers and sisters. Know of my prayers for all of you."
Please continue to pray for Nick as he continues his journey in discerning his calling.
His summer address is: 321 E 750 S, Fort Branch, IN 47648
His school address is: Bishop Simon Brute College Seminary
2500 Cold Spring Road
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Our Princeton deanery is also blessed to have
Brother Joel Blaize
Brother Joel is continuing his studies in the seminary. He has been studying theology while finishing up his philosophy degree. He continues his work in the music office at St. Meinrad.
A note from Br. Joel:
“I had a very nice time attending the International Benedictine Congress for monks in simple vows from June 22 to July 6 in Rome. About 30 young monks from around the world took part in the congress, & we toured many places in Rome & elsewhere in Italy. St. Meinrad's very own Br. John Mark Falkenhain presented conferences on living a healthy celibate life. Since my time at Rome, I've been at the Abbey of Einsiedeln in Switzerland, the monastery that founded St. Meinrad Archabbey. I've visited many historical places, churches, and Benedictine sites here in Switzerland, & before I return home on August 22, I hope to continue to study the musical tradition at Einsiedeln, as well as visit England. Next semester, I will be a part time student in the school of theology, and I will continue my work in the music office and with St. Meinrad's oblate program."
Please continue to pray for Brother Joel as he continues his journey. His address is:
St. Meinrad Archabbey
100 Hill Drive Street
St. Meinrad, IN 47577