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St. Joseph Seminary is a Roman Catholic Seminary located in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). It is dedicated to forming men for the priesthood of Jesus Christ.
The Seminary first opened its doors in September 1927 by Archbishop Henry Joseph O'Leary. The Seminary moved from downtown Edmonton to St. Albert Trail in 1957 and is currently attached to Newman Theological College. In 2007 the province bought the seminary's land in order to build Alberta Highway 216, requiring the seminary to vacate in June 2009. In the summer of 2010, the seminary moved to new facilities at the intersection of 98 Avenue and 84 Street.
Presently the Society of Saint-Sulpice offers formation team members, and has done so since 1990.
Rectors of St. Joseph Seminary 
Current Formation Team at the Seminary 
- Rev. Stephen Hero (Rector)
- Rev. Shayne Craig, pss
- Rev. Augusto Garcia, pss
- Rev. Andrew Szablewski, pss
- Rev. Sylvain Casavant, pss
- Rev. Nam Kim, pss
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