Melchizedek Project

“Forgetting what lies behind but straining forward to what lies ahead…the prize of God’s upward calling in Christ Jesus” – Phillipians 3:10-14

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Melchizedek Project Dinner
10/28 at 6pm
St. John Neumann Parish Rectory

Join Vocations Director, Fr. Paul Noble, for a casual evening of dining and discernment

If you have ever thought of discerning a vocation to the priesthood, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the process, what seminary life is like, and any other questions you may have. There will not be a formal agenda or program, just an informal night of food, fellowship and conversation with Fr. Noble and seminarians who are currently enrolled in the Pontifical College Josephinum.

Please RSVP to Fr. Noble at

Upcoming Melchizedek Project Events:
Bowling at the PCJ
December 9th

The Melchizedek Project is for high school juniors, seniors and college students who are interested in learning more about the discernment process and gain a deeper understanding of vocations to the priesthood. Join current seminarians from the Pontifical College Josephinum along with Vocations Director, Paul Noble for a casual gathering designed to help answer the questions of those who are discerning their life’s vocation.

For more information on the Melchizedek Project, please contact Vocations Director, Fr. Paul Noble at or visit the vocations website,

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