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The Path into a Vocation

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Admission


All interested applicants must meet the following criteria: - Must be between 18 and 40 years old. - Have completed high school or equivalent. - Be in good physical health and have a balanced personality, capable of living a communal life. - Not be in a valid marriage recognized by the Church. - Be free of financial obligations. - Have an aptitude for further developement of the four pillars of formation: Spiritual, Human, Intellectual, and Pastoral.





Postulancy


The initial period of discernment is the Postulancy. This stage is the introduction to community life with the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius joining in work and prayer. Through participation in the Liturgical Office and the Mass he will familiarize himself with the rich liturgical history of the Roman Catholic Church in both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms.





Novitiate


The Novitiate is a two year period used to determine whether the Novice truly has a vocation to the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius. During this period the Novice is immersed in the daily parish work, life and prayer. The Novitiate begins with the official and public acceptance of the individual by the Superior who vests him in the black Roman cassock and sash (without fringe) during a formal ceremony.





Discernment


A young man interested in exploring a vocation with the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius will visit the community for at least a few days to become acquainted with the common life and charism of the Canons Regular. Rather than attend a ‘vocational retreat’, visitors will participate in the Restoration of the Sacred by praying and working with the community within the normal daily schedule. Visitors will meet with the Superior to ask questions and learn more about the community, its formation, charism and apostolates.





Seminary Formation


If a member of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius discerns that he also has a call to the priesthood, he will be admitted into theological studies. He must first complete the proper undergraduate studies if he has not already done so prior to entrance into the community. Guided by the norms established by the Holy See, the seminarian will be given human, spiritual, intellectual and pastoral formation centered around the Holy Eucharist, especially daily Mass, the Divine Office and contemplative prayer. Frequent use of spiritual direction and sacramental Confession is emphasized to foster an unwavering commitment to a priestly life of sacrifice and service.





Ordination


A professed member of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius who has successfully completed the required theological studies and who has been judged as a suitable and worthy candidate, may advance to the Diaconate and then to the Priesthood. A member who advances to Sacred Orders serves in our parish apostolates.





Ordination


A professed member of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius who has successfully completed the required theological studies and who has been judged as a suitable and worthy candidate, may advance to the Diaconate and then to the Priesthood. A member who advances to Sacred Orders serves in our parish apostolates.