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By Diogenes (articles ) | May 09, 2004

The newspaper of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles reports on a real estate transaction.

Funds from the sale of the property housing St. John's Seminary College in Camarillo will be used for the Endowment of the Seminary Theologate, in accordance with the vision and mandate of pioneer landowner Juan E. Camarillo.

In accordance with the vision.

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  • Posted by: snowbird - May. 14, 2004 7:22 AM ET USA

    SJC opened in OCt 1961, bulging at the seams with young men, ready to serve this Archdiocese in the priesthood. Something happened along the way and SJC's numbers dwindled to a handful. Why? Because no one saw the writing on the wall and did anything about it. Now, the once proud college on the hill will be leveled so that Camarillo's vision and mandate can be realized in a housing development by the Shea Co. Bishop's Retiement Villas in the plans? God, I wish.

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