APPROACH TO FORMATION


APPROACH TO FORMATION 

1. Directional

  • Providing opportunities for encounter with self, others, God and the world.
  • Making resources available.
  • Facilitating the process of self-transformation.
  • Enabling them to discern their Vocation.
  • Assisting the students to discern personal charism and integrate it with the Charism of the Congregation.

2. Inspirational

  • Witness of personal life.
  • Challenging and supportive presence.
  • Personal maturity and integrity.
  • Sharing experience of God, commitment, Priesthood / Brotherhood, mission.
  • Witness of personal prayer life.
  • Witness of lived apostolic spirit.
  • Witness of personal values, integrated with professed values.

3. Educational

  • Providing academic information and necessary intellectual input.
  • Giving values and value clarification.
  • Developing necessary skills.
  • Offering professional training for our specific apostolate.
  • Performing one's duties as an expression of mission.
  • Giving pastoral orientation.

4. Transformational

  • Facilitating growth at various levels.
  • Facilitating clarity and integration of values and attitudes.
  • Clarifying and deepening motivations.
  • Encouraging personal maturity and responsibility.
  • Fostering tolerance towards shortcomings, failures, etc.

Facilitating freedom – freeing self from within and without.


Agenda Paolina

 16/11/2018

† SSP: D. Giuseppe Fossato (1991) - D. José Carlos Feliciano (1996) - D. Valentino Grosso (2013) • FSP: Sr. Bice Riva (1988) - Sr. M. Timotea García (1995) - Sr. M. Emilia Molaschi (1996) - Sr. Corinna Leone (2013) • PD: Sr. Metilde Betocchi (1956) • IGS: D. Vincenzo Afeltra (1997) - D. Wilfried Paschen (2006) • ISF: Francesco Badellino (2005) - Leonella Rondina (2016).

Thoughts

 16/11/2018 The Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles of St Paul are the teachings of Jesus lived by the disciples, exposed, adapted to the needs of the faithful, from those to whom Jesus entrusted the care of continuing His work: there is nothing more touching, more effective than this first commentary of the Gospel (ACV, 67).