St. John's Seminary
St. John’s Seminary was established in 1920 adjacent to Mission Concepción, one of just twenty-four UNESCO World Heritage Site in the United States. From 1920 to 1969 the seminary flourished, serving students of the Archdiocese of San Antonio by providing a pathway to priesthood. In 1969, the seminary moved to it’s present day location and the original site was utilized by the Patrician Movement, a substance abuse program until 2011. For 5 years the facilities were abandoned and the grounds subjected to vandalism and destruction.
Archdiocese of San Antonio