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1. The manner of formation of members is to be determined in
the typicon in such a way that they be permanently motivated to
aim more fully toward holiness of life as well as that their abilities be developed through the study of sacred doctrine and the
acquisition of human culture in accordance with the needs of the
time, and that they thereby become more adept in the arts and
tasks which are legitimately undertaken by the monastery. 2.
The formation of monks destined for sacred orders is to proceed
according to the plan of formation of clerics prescribed in can.
330 in the monastery itself, if it has a facility of studies set
up according to can. 340, 1, or under the direction of an experienced moderator in another seminary or institute of higher
studies approved by ecclesiastical authority.
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