St. Anthony-on-Hudson Seminary

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St. Anthony-on-Hudson Seminary
Type Seminary
Active 1912–1988
Affiliation Catholic Church (Franciscan)
Location Rensselaer, New York, United States

St. Anthony-on-Hudson Seminary was a Roman Catholic seminary in Rensselaer, New York. It was run by the Franciscans and closed in 1989.[1] It was housed in Beverwyck Manor.

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  1. ^ Brandon, Craig (1988-05-07). "St. Anthony-on-Hudson to close as seminary". Albany Times Union. The seminary at St. Anthony-on-Hudson, operated here by the Franciscan Friars for the past 76 years, is scheduled to close at the end of this month as part of a national trend toward concentrating seminarians at large centers. 
  2. ^ Paddock, Barry (March 10, 2013). "Meet Peter Cardinal Turkson — the possible future Pope who started his spiritual path in upstate New York". New York Daily News.