A former Goldman partner, a minister, and seminary president have a biblically ambitious plan to help the company do just that.
Six years ago, Reisz was a student at a Kentucky seminary school, studying Catholicism.
If he had known his family tree, his parents could have said, ‘You’re going to seminary.
Better that I leave the seminary than stay and become a sourpuss.
The influential Assembly of Scholars and Researchers at Qom seminary released a joint statement demanding new elections.
Miss Legare organized a ladies' seminary, and was an artist of considerable talent.
He, who was sixteen, was to enter the seminary on the following Tuesday.
Five years old when he entered heder, at eleven he was already a yeshibah bahur—a student in the seminary.
It was indeed a "seminary of every vice and of every disease."
The peculiar and appropriate armoury for these degrading bonds is the College or seminary for priests.
mid-15c., "plot where plants are raised from seeds," from Latin seminarium "plant nursery, seed plot," figuratively, "breeding ground," from seminarius "of seed," from semen (genitive seminis) "seed" (see semen). Meaning "school for training priests" first recorded 1580s; commonly used for any school (especially academies for young ladies) from 1580s to 1930s.