Jesuit College and Diocesan Seminary
The students at St. John’s College came from a surprisingly wide geographical background, including a number from Latin America whose wealthy parents sent them to Rose Hill to learn English. The Jesuits soon found themselves at loggerheads with Bishop Hughes over their administration of the diocesan seminary, leading to their resignation from the seminary faculty. Hughes was unable to continue to operate the seminary with his own diocesan priests and was forced to close it in 1860.
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