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  • TITLE 12 Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes of Consecrated Life
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Canon 456

1. A monastery sui iuris can have its own novices who shall be

initiated into monastic life in the same monastery under the

direction of a suitable member. 2. In order that the novitiate

be valid, it must be performed in the monastery sui iuris itself,

or, by a decision of the superior, after consulting the council,

in another monastery sui iuris of the same confederation. 3.

If a monastery sui iuris, whether a confederated one or a non-confederated one, cannot comply with the prescriptions on the

formation of novices, the superior is obliged to send the aspirants to another monastery in which the same prescriptions are

conscientiously observed.




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