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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 2, 1, 237| diocese; otherwise, the students who are preparing for the 2 2, 1, 239| finance officer, and, if the students pursue their studies in 3 2, 1, 239| spiritual director, though the students remain free to approach 4 2, 1, 239| the teachers, and even the students themselves participate in 5 2, 1, 240| discipline of the seminary, students are always free to approach 6 2, 1, 240| are made about admitting students to orders or dismissing 7 2, 1, 243| to the daily life of the students and the order of the entire 8 2, 1, 244| doctrinal instruction of the students in a seminary are to be 9 2, 1, 245| their spiritual formation, students are to become equipped to 10 2, 1, 245| supernatural goods.~§2. Students are so to be formed that, 11 2, 1, 246| very love of Christ, the students daily draw strength of spirit 12 2, 1, 246| fostered; through these, students are to acquire a spirit 13 2, 1, 246| strength in their vocation.~§4. Students are to become accustomed 14 2, 1, 246| conscience.~§5. Each year students are to make a spiritual 15 2, 1, 247| Can. 247 §1. Students are to be prepared through 16 2, 1, 248| is to be directed so that students acquire an extensive and 17 2, 1, 249| formation is to provide that students not only are carefully taught 18 2, 1, 251| human development of the students, sharpens their minds, and 19 2, 1, 252| magisterium in such a way that the students understand the entire Catholic 20 2, 1, 252| exercise of the ministry.~§2. Students are to be instructed in 21 2, 1, 252| tradition; through these, students are to learn to penetrate 22 2, 1, 254| doctrine of the faith so that students find that they learn one 23 2, 1, 254| curriculum of studies.~§2. Students are to be instructed in 24 2, 1, 254| assignments in which the students learn to pursue certain 25 2, 1, 255| the entire formation of students in the seminary has a pastoral 26 2, 1, 255| organized through which students learn the principles and 27 2, 1, 256| Can. 256 §1. Students are to be instructed diligently 28 2, 1, 256| of other functions.~§2. Students are to be instructed about 29 2, 1, 257| 257 §1. The instruction of students is to provide that they 30 2, 1, 258| Can. 258 In order that students also learn the art of exercising 31 2, 1, 258| adapted to the age of the students and the conditions of the 32 2, 1, 259| the formation of their own students as well as the philosophical 33 2, 1, 259| piety, and progress of the students, especially with a view 34 2, 1, 261| are to take care that the students observe exactly the norms 35 2, 1, 263| seminary, the support of the students, the remuneration of the 36 2, 1, 264| in fact have a college of students or teachers to promote the 37 2, 1, 295| and even to incardinate students and promote them to orders 38 2, 3, 683| exclusively to the institute’s own students.~§2. If by chance he has 39 3, 0, 811| classes are also given for lay students.~§2. In individual Catholic 40 3, 0, 813| earnest pastoral care for students, even by erecting a parish 41 3, 0, 815| the sacred and to instruct students scientifically in the same 42 4, 1, 985| sacramental confessions of their students residing in the same house 43 4, 1, 985| the same house unless the students freely request it in particular


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