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Canon 352

1. The pastoral formation is to be adapted according to the

conditions of place and time and to the aptitude of the students

whether celibate or married and to the needs of the ministry for

which they are preparing themselves. 2. Students are to be instructed especially in the catechetical and homiletic arts, liturgical celebration, parish administration, dialogue of evangelization with non-believers or non-Christians, or with the less

fervent Christian faithful, the social apostolate and the instruments of social communication, not neglecting auxiliary disciplines such as psychology and pastoral sociology. 3. Although

students are preparing themselves for the ministry in their own

Church sui iuris, they are to be formed in a truly universal spirit by which they are prepared in spirit to respond in the service of souls everywhere in the world. Therefore they are to be

thoroughly instructed about the needs of the universal Church,

and especially about the apostolate of ecumenism and evangelization.




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