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Ioannes Paulus II. PP
Vita Consecrata

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1 I, 4,38 | possibility of a deeper spiritual formation might lead consecrated persons 2 II, 1,50 | clergy is included in the formation of consecrated persons.Finally, 3 II, 1,53 | create a valid style of formation in consecrated life". exhort 4 II, 1,56 | necessary to provide proper formation so that, besides being competent, 5 II, 1,58 | themselves.~Moreover, the formation of consecrated women, no 6 II, 1,58 | Pastoral and catechetical formation, always important, is particularly 7 II, 1,58 | women.Clearly, a more solid formation, while helping consecrated 8 II, 1,58 | activities, participation in the formation of future priests and consecrated 9 II, 2,59 | initial and continuing formation, mutual economic support 10 II, 2,60 | appropriate and integral formation: human, spiritual, theological, 11 II, 2,62 | mission, the methods of formation and the manner of incorporation 12 II, 3,64 | the needs of vocational formation in countries which are economically 13 II, 3,65 | Commitment to initial formation~65. The Synod Assembly paid 14 II, 3,65 | special attention to the formation of those who wish to consecrate 15 II, 3,65 | primary objective of the formation process is to prepare people 16 II, 3,65 | travelling the road of formation with generosity, and accepting 17 II, 3,65 | the Lord and the Church.Formation should therefore have a 18 II, 3,65 | the principal objective of formation. Formation is a path of 19 II, 3,65 | objective of formation. Formation is a path of gradual identification 20 II, 3,65 | character of wholeness. Formation should involve the whole 21 II, 3,65 | clear that the commitment to formation never ends. Indeed, at every 22 II, 3,65 | mission of their Institute.For formation to be complete, it must 23 II, 3,65 | be reserved for initial formation, understood as a process 24 II, 3,65 | priesthood, this initial formation coincides with and fits 25 II, 3,65 | studies, as part of a broader formation programme.~ 26 II, 3,66 | of those responsible for formation~66. God the Father, through 27 II, 3,66 | of those whom he calls. Formation then is a sharing in the 28 II, 3,66 | women. Those in charge of formation must therefore be very familiar 29 II, 3,66 | The chief instrument of formation is personal dialogue, a 30 II, 3,66 | of suitable directors of formation, who will fulfil their task 31 II, 3,66 | of those responsible for formation, preferably in places where 32 II, 3,66 | carried out. In the work of formation, the more solidly established 33 II, 3,67 | Formation in community and for the 34 II, 3,67 | the apostolate~67. Since formation must also have a communal 35 II, 3,67 | community is the chief place of formation in Institutes of Consecrated 36 II, 3,67 | from the moment of initial formation, community life must disclose 37 II, 3,67 | during the period of initial formation, Institutes of Consecrated 38 II, 3,67 | the one responsible for formation, enabling candidates to 39 II, 3,68 | 68. A definite period of formation extending up to final profession 40 II, 3,68 | institutionis, that is, a formation programme inspired by their 41 II, 3,68 | life depends primarily on formation, it is equally certain that 42 II, 3,68 | mind of Christ the Lord. Formation is a dynamic process by 43 II, 3,68 | by society, this plan of formation is doubly important: as 44 II, 3,69 | Continuing formation~69. Continuing formation, 45 II, 3,69 | formation~69. Continuing formation, whether in Institutes of 46 II, 3,69 | As mentioned above, the formation process is not limited to 47 II, 3,69 | mind of Christ. Initial formation, then, should be closely 48 II, 3,69 | connected with continuing formation, thereby creating a readiness 49 II, 3,69 | of its plan of continuing formation. The chief purpose of this 50 II, 3,70 | At this point continuing formation is aimed at helping not 51 II, 3,70 | the mysterious process of formation which began many years before. 52 II, 3,71 | Dimensions of continuing formation~71. If the subject of formation 53 II, 3,71 | formation~71. If the subject of formation is the individual at every 54 II, 3,71 | stage of life, the object of formation is the whole person, called 55 III, 2,89 | training and professional formation, preparing young people 56 III, 2,95 | especially in the period of formation and at certain other times 57 III, 3,98 | had great influence in the formation and transmission of culture. 58 III, 3,98 | study as a means of integral formation and as a path of asceticism 59 III, 3,98 | cannot be limited to initial formation or to the gaining of academic 60 III, 3,99 | appropriate, for the religious formation of leaders and workers in 61 III, 4,102| training, both in initial formation and in continuing formation. 62 III, 4,102| formation and in continuing formation. They require study and


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