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   * Evaluation ​   * Evaluation ​
   * Overview   * Overview
 +    * **Day 1 **
 +      * Introduction to Religious Life
 +      * Common Norms
 +    * **Day 2**
 +      * Common Norms (continued)
 +      * Religious Institutes
 +      * Houses (and Mutual Relations)
 +      * Governance (Superiors and Councils, Chapters, Temporal Goods)
 +    * **Day 3**
 +      * Admission of Candidates and Formation (Admission to Novitiate, Novitiate and Formation of Novices, Religious Profession, Formation of Religious)
 +      * Obligation and Rights of Institutes and their Members
 +      * Apostolate of Institutes
 +    * **Day 4**
 +      * Separation from Institutes (Transfer to another Institute, Departure from the Institute, Dismissal of Members
 +      * Religious as Bishops
 +      * Conferences of Major Superiors
 +      * Secular Institutes
 +      * Societies of Apostolic Life
 +      * Eastern Code
  
-===Bibliography=== +===Readings=== 
-ConnorsKelly. “The ​Role of the Major Superior ​with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women’s ​Religious ​Institutes ​in the United States.” Saint Paul University2011.+**Required Readings** ​ (https://​my.pcloud.com/​publink/​show?​code=kZGdHt7ZDmCDKBKBs0yCHUYfOzTcNmA6Yi4k) 
 +  * BauerNancy. “The ​State of Consecrated Life: //Vita et Sanctitas Ecclesiae//​.” //The Jurist// 75 (2015): 71–108. 
 +  * Holland, Sharon, and Amy Hereford. “Canons 119.1-2, 127.1,3 , 167, 172.1.2, N220, 625.1, 627, 631-633: Virtual Meetings in Religious Life.” //Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//, 2012, 69–76. 
 +  * McDermott, Rose. Consecrated Life: Cases, Commentary, Documents, Readings. Alexandria, VA: Canon Law Society of America, 2006. p. 135ff 
 +  * McDermott, Rose. "The Vigilance ​of the Diocesan or Eparchial Bishop: Diocesan/​Eparchial Right Institutes/​Sui Iuris Monasteries/​Hermits/​Ascetics/​Virgins/​Widows.” //Studies in Church Law// 8 (2012): 141–74. 
 +    * Note that there is new legislation on contemplative monasteries of nuns and on consecrated virgins, that effects their relationship ​with bishops. Otherwise the article is a fine analysis by a great canonist.  
 +  * Okoye, Agnes. “The Office of a Religious ​Superior ​in the Light of the Universal Law and the Proper Law of the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Love.” //​Commentarium pro Religiosis et Missionariis//​ 94, no. III–IV (2013): 207–27. 
 +  * Wijlens, Miriam. “Diminishing Human Resources for Leadership in Religious Institutes: A Canonical Reflection about the Situation in The Netherlands.” //RCRI Bulletin//, 20144–20.
  
-Euart, Sharon. “Religious Sponsors, Ministry Leaders, and Diocesan Bishops: Together in Communion.” RCRI Bulletin 18 (2017): 19–33. 
  
-HerefordAmy. “Canons 119.1-2127.1,3 , 167172.1.2N220625.1627631-633Virtual Meetings ​in Religious Life.” Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions, ​20126976+**Recommended Readings** - in addition to a general commentary on the canons: 
- +  * AAVVNFVC. “Elementi Teologici e Canonici per La Riflessione Sulle Nuove Forme Di Vita Consacrata.” //​Commentarium pro Religiosis et Missionariis//​ 96noI–II (2015): 51–73. 
-———. “Members of Religious Institutes - Civil and Canonical Issues.” In Manual for Leaders in Religious Life, 5.1-40. Washington DC: RCRI, 2012. +  * BauerNancy. “Profession by Votum or by Vinculum - Is One Bond Better than Another?” //Studia Canonica// 50 (2016): 359–82. 
- +  * ———. “The Religious Habit in Church Law from 1917 to the Present.” //Studia Canonica// 52 (2018): 45–80. 
-———. “Practical Guidelines for Aging Religious Institutes.” ​In Canon Law Society Proceedings,​ 220–60. Washington, D.C: Canon Law Society of America, 2015. +  * Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life. //Cor Orans// – Implementing Instruction of the Apostolic Constitution //Vultum Dei Quaerere// on Women’s Contemplative Life. AAS 110 (2018). Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana2018. 
- +  * ———//Ecclesiae Sponsae Imago// Instruction on the Ordo Virginum. AAS 110 (2018). Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana2018. 
-———. Religious Life at the Crossroads: A School for Mystics and Prophets. New York: Orbis Books, 2013. +  * ConnorsKelly“The Role of the Major Superior with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women’s Religious Institutes in the United States.” Saint Paul University2011. 
- +  * EuartSharon. “Religious Sponsors, Ministry Leaders and Diocesan BishopsTogether ​in Communion.” //RCRI Bulletin// 18 (2017): 19–33. 
-———. Screening and Discernment Guide for Religious Life. 2nd ed. Saint Louis: Religious Life Project, 2018. +  * Hereford, Amy. “Canon 690: Reentering ​Religious Life.” ​//Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//2017. 
- +  * ———. “Canon 803: Sponsorship of Catholic Schools.” //Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//, 20149093
-———. See I Am Making Something New: A Pastoral-Canonical Guidebook to New Religious Institutes, Diocesan Hermits, Consecrated Virgins and New Forms of Consecrated Life. St. Louis, MO: RLC, 2018. +  ​* ​———. “Members of Religious Institutes - Civil and Canonical Issues.” In Manual for Leaders in Religious Life, 5.1-40. Washington DC: RCRI, 2012. 
- +  ​* ​———. “Practical Guidelines for Aging Religious Institutes.” ​//Canon Law Society Proceedings//, 220–60. Washington, D.C: Canon Law Society of America, 2015. 
-———. “The Shape of Religious Life to Come.” Horizons 39, no. 2 (2014): 14–20. +  ​* ​———. Religious Life at the Crossroads: A School for Mystics and Prophets. New York: Orbis Books, 2013. 
- +  ​* ​———. Screening and Discernment Guide for Religious Life. 2nd ed. Saint Louis: Religious Life Project, 2018. 
-Hite, Jordan F., Sharon Holland, and Daniel J. Ward. A Handbook on Canons 573-746: Religious Institutes, Secular Institutes, Societies of the Apostolic Life. Collegeville MN: Liturgical Press, 1985. +  ​* ​———. See I Am Making Something New: A Pastoral-Canonical Guidebook to New Religious Institutes, Diocesan Hermits, Consecrated Virgins and New Forms of Consecrated Life. St. Louis, MO: RLC, 2018. 
- +  ​* ​———. “The Shape of Religious Life to Come.” ​//Horizons// 39, no. 2 (2014): 14–20. 
-Holland, Sharon. “Select Issues in Religious Law: Admission, Separation, Approbation.” Canon Law Society of America Proceedings 44 (1982): 121–40. +  ​* ​Hite, Jordan F., Sharon Holland, and Daniel J. Ward. A Handbook on Canons 573-746: Religious Institutes, Secular Institutes, Societies of the Apostolic Life. Collegeville MN: Liturgical Press, 1985. 
- +  ​* ​Holland, Sharon. “Select Issues in Religious Law: Admission, Separation, Approbation.” ​//Canon Law Society of America Proceedings// 44 (1982): 121–40. 
-McDermottRoseConsecrated LifeCasesCommentary, Documents, ReadingsAlexandria, VACanon Law Society of America, 2006.+  * MartynyukTeodor“//Il Contributo Del CCEO Allo Sviluppo Del MonachesimoProblemi e Prospettive//​.” //​Periodica//​ 106no2 (2017)233–68.
  
 =====Way of Life & Community of Faith===== =====Way of Life & Community of Faith=====
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   * The Second Vatican Council sought to restore the balance.   * The Second Vatican Council sought to restore the balance.
   * Office and Charism constitute the Church, are gifts of the Spirit.   * Office and Charism constitute the Church, are gifts of the Spirit.
-  * //The holy people of God shares also in Christ'​s prophetic office.+  * The holy people of God shares also in Christ'​s prophetic office.
   * God distributes special graces among the faithful of every rank.    * God distributes special graces among the faithful of every rank. 
     * makes them fit and ready to undertake the various tasks and offices     * makes them fit and ready to undertake the various tasks and offices
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   * Judgment as to their genuinity and proper use belongs to those who are appointed leaders in the Church, to whose special competence it belongs, ​   * Judgment as to their genuinity and proper use belongs to those who are appointed leaders in the Church, to whose special competence it belongs, ​
     * not indeed to extinguish the Spirit, but      * not indeed to extinguish the Spirit, but 
-    * to test all things and hold fast to that which is good.//+    * to test all things and hold fast to that which is good.
 ==Chapter 5== ==Chapter 5==
-  * //The counsels are a divine gift +  * The counsels are a divine gift 
-  * Church authority has the duty, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, of interpreting these evangelical counsels, of regulating their practice and finally to build on them stable forms of living. ​//(no citation)+  * Church authority has the duty, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, of interpreting these evangelical counsels, of regulating their practice and finally to build on them stable forms of living. (no citation)
     * e.g by erection of an institute and the acceptance of its constitutions     * e.g by erection of an institute and the acceptance of its constitutions
-  * //The hierarchy, following with docility the prompting of the Holy Spirit, accepts the rules presented by outstanding men and women and authentically approves these rules after further adjustments. +  * The hierarchy, following with docility the prompting of the Holy Spirit, accepts the rules presented by outstanding men and women and authentically approves these rules after further adjustments. 
-– Do not quench the Spirit. Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good.// 1 Thess+– Do not quench the Spirit. Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good. 1 Thess
 ===1983 Code=== ===1983 Code===
 **… test … but do not quench....** **… test … but do not quench....**
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   * Those areas where churches have recently established... which take into account the genius and way of life of the inhabitants and the customs and conditions of the regions....   * Those areas where churches have recently established... which take into account the genius and way of life of the inhabitants and the customs and conditions of the regions....
   * Sufficient resources for their ongoing life....   * Sufficient resources for their ongoing life....
 +=====History===== 
 +===Meanings of History=== 
 +  * Your life 
 +    * Curriculum Vitae 
 +    * Memoir 
 +  * Long arc of history 
 +    * Events 
 +    * Evidence and meanings 
 +===History=== 
 +  * A parade of past, people, facts and events 
 +    * begat, begat, begat, 
 +  * A story about the past for the present 
 +  * A story of competition and struggle 
 +    * People and Peoples 
 +    * East v West 
 +    * Rome v Christianity 
 +    * Christianity v Islam 
 +  * A story of movements and ideas 
 +    * Philosophy, Mathematics,​ Communication,​ Technology, Enlightenment,​ Democracy, Science, Evolution, Relativity, Economics, Globalization,​ Post-modernism,​ Sociology 
 +<​html><​iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​vGJ3KEuwSTg"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe></​html>​ 
 +===... a glass of wine=== 
 +  * Society/​Community is wine 
 +    * People, relations, values, groups 
 +    * Family, Economy, Culture, Arts 
 +  * Law is a wine-glass 
 +    * Embodies society’s values 
 +    * Enables society to negotiate diversity and change 
 +    * Gives structure to support social cohesion 
 +  * Metaphor breaks down 
 +===Global Monasticism=== 
 +  * 600 BC - Hindu Monasticism 
 +    * Jain Monasticism 
 +    * Buddhist Monks 
 +  * 100 BC - Essenes 
 +  * 350 AD - Celtic Monasticism 
 +  * 530 AD - Benedictines 
 +<​html><​iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​AvFl6UBZLv4"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe></​html>​ 
 +===Timeline== 
 +  * 2-300s Anthony, Pachomius, Amoun and Macarius, Jerome 
 +  * 400s Century - Augustine 
 +  * 500s Benedict, Columban, Augustine (of Canterbury) 
 +  * 1000s – Benedictine reforms 
 +  * 1100s – Crusades, Military Orders 
 +  * 1200 – Dominicans, Franciscans,​ Augustinians 
 +  * 15-1600s – Apostolic Congregations 
 +  * 1900s - VCII 
 +===Video Timelines=== 
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 =====Typology===== =====Typology=====
   * Consecrated Life (c573 – 606)   * Consecrated Life (c573 – 606)
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 =====Consecrated Life===== =====Consecrated Life=====
 +[[book2.3|The rest of the course is found at this link.]]
 ====Common Norms==== ====Common Norms====
 === Nature === === Nature ===
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