79. Msgr. Andrew Baker: 47 new seminarians amidst a pandemic
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On Today’s Show:
Changing Our World‘s Jim Friend welcomes Msgr. Andrew Baker, Rector for Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland to talk about his success of recruiting 47 new seminarians to the University for the 2020-2021 Academic year in the middle of the pandemic. We discuss some of the challenges and opportunities for recruitment and fundraising for this national seminary.
If you like this episode, please listen to Episode #4 for more of Msgr. Baker and Mount Saint Mary’s University.
About Msgr. Andrew Baker:
Msgr. Baker was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Allentown in 1991. He has served in various parishes including as Pastor of the Cathedral of St. Catherine of Siena. Msgr. Baker has taught high school students, served as a Catholic university chaplain, as a faculty member of St. Charles Seminary, and on the Congregation for Bishops in Rome.