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Canon 344

1. Adolescents and young people living in a minor seminary are

to have appropriate relationships with their families and peers,

which they need for sound psychological, particularly emotional,

development; however they are carefully to avoid all things

which, according to sound psychological and pedagogical norms,

can diminish in any way the free choice of a state of life. 2.

Assisted by suitable spiritual direction students are to be

trained in making personal and responsible decisions in the light

of the Gospel and for the continual refinement of their various

natural abilities, not omitting any appropriate virtues of human

nature. 3. The curriculum of a minor seminary is to consist of

those things required in each nation for beginning higher studies, and, insofar as the plan of studies permits, also those

which are especially necessary or useful for undertaking the

sacred ministry; care is generally to be taken that students obtain a civil diploma, and that their studies can be pursued, even

somewhere else, if they so choose. 4. Students more advanced in

age are to be instructed either in a seminary or a special institute, having taken into account any earlier formation.




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