Phileas Fogg, a character in the pen of Jules Verne, bet with his companions of the Reform Club who, helped by the faithful waiter Passepartout, would be able to circumnavigate the world in 80 days; certainly a venture of all respect but a seminarian of Sedes can bet, without fear of losing, to be able to go around the world in a single day! You will wonder how, here is the answer: only one seminary, 85 students, 11 priests, 30 nations. Every day you can go from the heart of Africa to a small island of the Philippine archipelago, from the Swiss Alps to the expanses of the Argentine pampas, from the small Malawi to the immense Brazil, but always feeling at home and always managing to live fraternally because all children of God and of the Church are on the way to the priesthood. Here is the catholicity and the universality of the Church here at Sedes by the very fact we can appreciate and live every day. Each one, thanks to his peculiarity, enriches one another and all walk together and grow in following Christ under the protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Seat of Wisdom.