NEW SJVTS REFECTORY

Since the beginning of the semester, seminarians had been bringing food from the seminary kitchen to their respective buildings for meals. That being ... the construction of the SJVTS main refectory had commenced.  In a few days however, the community will ones again share meals together in a brighter and more improved refectory.  We thank our benefactors for all the help.  Work, however in the kitchen area has yet to be completed.  The seminary continues to appeal for donors to help this important endeavor for the seminary.  Photos herewith show actual refectory improvements that had been completed.

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