The seminary chapel is the most important space in the diocese. Here the seminarian learns to pray regularly, or at least consolidates his patterns of prayer in good times and bad, in times of enthusiasm and times of dryness. Archbishop Eric D’Arcy
The dedication of a church, like baptism, confirmation and ordination, is a rite that is enacted only once. And just as these sacraments mark a new stage in the life of the Christian, so too the rite of dedication points to a new and characteristic moment in the life of a community, especially a seminary community. Archbishop George Pell
Ancient tradition asserts the icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour was originally written by St Luke. The image became popular, and was widely reproduced, in Greece in the 13th century.
The Molczyk icon of “Our Lady of Perpetual Succour”, also known as “Our Lady of Perpetual Help”, is based on a miraculous 15th century Byzantine icon which resides in Rome, at the church of Sant’Alfonso de Ligouri.