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TITLE 12

Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes

of Consecrated Life

Canon 410

The religious state is a stable mode of common life in an institute approved by the Church, in which the Christian faithful, by

closer following Christ, the teacher and exemplar of holiness,

under the action of the Holy Spirit, totally dedicate themselves

by a new and special title through public vows of obedience,

chastity and poverty, observed according to the norms of the statutes under a lawful superior, they renounce the world and totally dedicate themselves to the acquisition of perfect charity in

service to the Kingdom of God for the building up of the Church

and the salvation of the world as a sign of the foretelling of

heavenly glory.




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