St. Mary's Minor Seminary, Lahore
St. Mary's Minor Seminary, Lahore, is the preparatory seminary in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lahore. It is the first minor seminary in the country, started by Belgian Capuchin Bishop Marcel Roger Buyse of Lahore in 1951. St. Mary's is now serving Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi dioceses, as well as the Capuchins and Franciscans. 
From September 1992, St. Mary's Seminary has been training seminarians from two other dioceses – the Karachi archdiocese and Hyderabad diocese. The physical facilities have also been expanded with two new classrooms on the first floor of the seminary and the new extension hall, named after St. John Vianney, patron saint of diocesan clergy. In 1992 the seminary had 98 students.
Bishop Joseph Coutts of Faisalabad has been one of its rectors. Fr. Inayat Bernard was appointed rector of the diocese's St. Mary's Minor Seminary in 1988. Father Zacharia Ghouri was rector of the Seminary in 2007.
At St. Mary's Seminary, seminarians are encouraged to take an interest in human development and social issues. The seminarians held a Labor Day program on May 1, 2003 to highlight the importance of laborers.
A Vocation Day was held at the seminary on June 14, 2010. Around 110 Catholic youngsters from several parishes attended the program that included a Mass by Auxiliary Bishop Sebastian Francis Shah of Lahore. In 2010 there are 48 minor seminarians at St. Mary’s, along with 48 others studying philosophy at St. Francis Xavier Seminary in Lahore.
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