Spirituality


Seton Home’s spirituality program promotes acceptance and positive self-development as our residents begin to view themselves and their children as worthy and unique creations of God.

Seton Home is fortunate to have a volunteer from the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) serve a one-year term as the Faith Formation Coordinator and coordinate many faith-based activities, including weekly youth group meetings. Residents are encouraged to attend religious services at the congregation of their choice.


Theological Field Education Program

Seton Home partners with the Oblate School of Theology to bring future Ministers to work with our Residents and their children.

Through the Theological Field Education Program, a Student comes to Seton Home not only to practice their ministry and develop their pastoral skills but to gain the experience of being in active ministry with our population.

The Student works alongside the Youth Minister and is supervised by the Spirituality Coordinator.

As part of Catholic Charities and an affiliate of the Archdiocese of San Antonio, Seton Home appreciates the support we receive through the Archbishop’s Appeal!

(*All spirituality and faith development activities are offered to all residents, but not mandatory.)