St. Anthony College (Hudson, New Hampshire)

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St. Anthony College
TypeCatholic seminary college
Activecirca 1954–circa 1978
AffiliationOrder of Friars Minor Capuchin

St. Anthony College was a bachelor's degree-granting seminary college in Hudson, New Hampshire, that provided a foundation for men preparing for service in the Capuchin order of friars. The college offered a program in philosophy leading to the B.A. degree.

The college was operated by the Capuchin Province of St. Mary, founded in 1952 and spanning New York and New England. It was located at St. Anthony Friary in Hudson, which was constructed in 1954. The friary and college closed in 1979.[1]

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  1. ^ "St. Anthony's Friary". Ruth Parker (information from Hudson Historical Society). Retrieved 27 August 2018.

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