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Canon 331

1. In the minor seminary, in the first place those who seem to

show signs of a vocation to the sacred ministry are to be instructed so that they can more easily and clearly discern it

themselves and refine it by a dedicated spirit; according to the

norm of particular law, others also can be instructed who, even

though they do not seem to be called to the clerical state, can

be formed to fulfill certain ministries or apostolic works.

Other institutes which, according to their statutes, serve the

same purposes, even if they differ in name, are equivalent to a

minor seminary. 2. In the major seminary, the vocation of

those who are already considered suitable by certain signs for

steadfastly undertaking the sacred ministries is more fully

cultivated, proven and confirmed.




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