Provide and promote, “Intellectual formation which has its own characteristics, but it is also deeply connected with, and indeed can be seen as a necessary expansion of, both human and spiritual formation” (Pastorem Dabo Vobis. Paulist Press, 1993 par.51)
Spiritan Missionary Seminary provides the first phase of academic training for missionary, priestly and religious formation. Based in Tanzania, it is rooted in the African reality. It fosters a wide, critical, and a global perspective on life. The students live and study in a multicultural
Spiritan Missionary Seminary is founded on the philosophy of The Catholic Higher Education which is “truly outstanding in learning, ready to shoulder duties of major responsibility in society and to witness to the faith before the world” (Gravissimum Educationis 10).
Who We Are
A Message from the Rector
Dear colleagues, students, the non teaching staff, the entire Spiritan Missionary Seminary (SMS) community, the Alumni of SMS and the entire general public; it is my great joy and honour to welcome you to our website.
Since its foundation in 1986, SMS has experienced great growth in its various aspects. Those who were trained and formed in our institute are now leaders with different responsibilities within the Congregation of the Holy Ghost Fathers (spiritans), in other religious missionary congregations, in the Church and the civil society.
The Spiritan Missionary Seminary is a Philosophical Institute, which is owned and administered by the Congregation of the Holy Ghost, otherwise known as Spiritans. It open to receive students from other Congregations and Society.
Rev. Fr. Thaddeus KASOLO, C.S.Sp
M.A in Philosophy – CUEA
Rev. Fr. Josephat SHIRIMA, C.S.Sp
Rev. Fr. Maticha NYAROMBE, a.a
M. A in Philosophy – CUEA
Rev. Fr. Andrew M. NDUNDA, C.S.Sp
Doctoral Candidate – CUEA
Rev. Dr. Germin W. LONGIO
PhD in Philosophy in Theology – CUEA
Dr. Philip MUMO
PhD in Philosophy – UST – MANILA
Salongo K. STEPHEN, C.S.C
MA Moral Theology – Duquesne University
Rev. Fr. Felix JABU, C.S.Sp
MA in Business Administration – Versailles University
Rev. Fr. Christopher Y. MBUNDE
MA in Social Science – Pontifical University Gregorian, Roma
Dr. Rupa JOSHI
PhD in Guidance and Counseling – Texilla American University
Rev. Fr. Oliver O’Brien
Mr. Simon A. KIMAYAN
BA in Library and Information Science – Open University of Tanzania (OUT)
Mr. Anselm M. MOWO
MA in Education – Ottawa University Canada
Sr. Esther W. HINGA, Cp
Diploma in Office Management – Germany Institute, Kenya
Fr. David E. LYIMO, C.S.C
PhD in Theology – University of Notre Dame, USA
Why Choose Us?
Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (C.S.E.E) or Equivalent, with passes in FIVE subjects, obtained prior to sitting of the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (A.C.S.E.E); Read more
The Vice Rector Academic will give out registration forms to the Rectors of the respective houses of formation, who will present to the Seminary at least one week before the beginning of the academic year. At the opening of the Academic Year, candidates must register by duly completing the Registration Form. Requests for transcripts should be accompanied by specific information as to where the transcripts should be sent.
The registration fee of US$ 25 covers the following: library, academic transcripts, identity card and any other communication that shall take place between the institute and the students. The fee is payable once only by new students. Tuition Fee: Each semester 500 $.
New & Upcoming Events
Your excellency, Very Rev. Fr. Henri Kizito, the Provincial Superior of the Augustinians of the Assumption Vice- province of East Africa and the guest of honor in our today’s 33rd graduation ceremony,
SMS BACK TO WINNING WAYS Over more than fifteen years Spiritan Missionary Seminary has been losing football matches to their rivals in the inter-seminary competitions. Thanks to Fr. Andrew Mwania who is the Institute coordinator of sports activities at the Spiritan Missionary Seminary. Under his leadership he has become victorious in the friendly ties against […]
ABSTRACT Evil is one of the problems which have existed in African Societies for a long time, many people in different African localities have now and then been suffering from the catastrophic physical evils like; wars specifically terrorist attacks of Al-Shabab in Kenya and Somalia, floods, storms, drought, earthquakes, diseases some of which is now […]
Philosophy is able to cultivate clarity of thought, ...