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1) f or all deceas ed brothers and sisters of the Order; 2) for our decease d fathers, mother s, brothers, sister s, relati ves, and close f riend s; 3) f or our decease d benefactor s. On the above days ever y priest is to celebrate Ma ss for this intention, and thos e who are not priests are to partici pate in Mass fo r thes e inten tions. e) Every mon th in which som e anniversar y of the Order does not occur, in all com munities Mas s is to be offered for the deceased brothers and sisters and ben efactors of the Order. f) When notice has bee n received of the death of a parent, brother, or sist er of one of our professe d friars or of a novice, at least one Mas s is to be offered for the decea sed in a place to be det ermined b y the p rovincial statute s.

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11 8. We should observe necessary prudence in admitting la y people to places reserved to the fr iars so that the life of the commu nity and of the individual fr iars may suffer no harm from their p rese nce ( see CIC 667. 1).118. .

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11 9. a) The major superior, with the con sent of his council, has the faculty of gran ting the fria rs permission to remain outside the religious house for a just and fitting reason, but not beyond one yea r except for cases of illnes s, studies, or exerc ising the apostolate in the nam e of the Order. Moreover, fo r a serious reason, the prior general, also with the con sent of his council, may gran t a fr iar in sole mn vows an indult of exclaustration for no more than three years; if the friar is a cler ic, the prior cons ent of the Ordinary of the place in wh ich he is to live must be obtained (se e CIC 66 5, 1 and 68 6, 1). The facult ies of the local pr ior in this mat ter are to be det ermined by p rovincial statutes.119. a) 1 . 3 . .( 665,1; 686,1) .

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12 0. a) Mindful of the example of Saint Augustin e, who "alwa ys practiced hospitality," an d of our fr ien dship found ed in Christ, we should fittingly and courteously show hosp itality to all, especially to our own.120. a) 233) , , . b) . , .

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13 2. In our tim e the Augu stinian Patr istic Institute in Rome constitute s an impo rta nt contribution of the Order to the life of the Churc h in theolog ical an d patristic studies. The superio rs of the Order should take care to con tr ibute to the life of the Ins titute in an effective ma nner by supplying profes sors and stude nts.

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13 4. Where neces sity or utility requi res it, provinces should ha ve schools in wh ich candidates can acquire the intellectual tra ining men tioned in the preceding nu mber.134. , (133 ) ,

13 5. Our candidates are to be initiated into the life of the Order through one and the same philosoph ical-theological tra ining, but in such a way that this training, in the case of those who are called to the pr iesthoo d, is ri ghtly ca rried out in accord with the norms esta blished by the Churc h. For those candidates who are not going on to further studies, however, provision is to be made, according to statu tes, that they obtain app ropriate certif icates to enabl e them to engage in administrative act ivities, technical pursuits, catechetical wor k, or other a postolic endeavors.135. . , . , .242)

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13 9. If the circumsta nces of time and place the direct cooperation of several relig ious organizat ion of studies, pr iors pro vincial, after the pr ior general, may engage in such a commo

should require orders fo r the consulting with n undertaking.

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14 0. For the sake of the unity and stability of the whole Order, as well as fo r training the Order's stud ents for special and higher studies, major superio rs giving due consideration to the circumsta nces of their own circumscriptions, should select some suitable stude nts to be se nt to the Augustinian Interna tional College in R ome.140. , .

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to superv ise studies in any to the major superior and h is council.

. 144. A general consultative commission, made up of members chosen from the whole Order by the general council after consulting with the major superiors is to be established under the immediate authority of the prior general, so that he may be able to proceed more expeditiously and effectively in supervising studies. It shall pertain to this commission to investigate carefully all matters that pertain to studies and to submit these matters to the prior general and his council for definitive approval. When it seem appropriate, a commission, similar to the general one, is to be established in each circumscription to assist the major superior in regulating studies.144. . , . .245)

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The docume nts of the archives or books precious because of age or value belonging to any prov ince, mu st not be transferred to another house of the Order, sold, pawned, or otherw ise alienat ed without the exp res s permission of the prior prov incial with his council, or, if it is a question of general house s, without the permission of the pr ior general with h is council. .

14 9. (Augu stiniana) . . Whe n books are to be disposed of, it is strongly recomme nded that before

they be sold to outsiders, they should be propose d to other libraries of the Order which perhaps may nee d them, especially in the case of "Augustiniana." Mo ney gained from the sale o f books is to be used fo r buying other one s.

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Conseque ntly, all who take part in the apostolate should be hea rd whe n it comes to determi ning plans and nor ms fo r carr ying it out, provided that the rights of superiors of the Order in regard to dealings with outside authorit ies, whether ecclesiastical or ci vil, are preserved. . 162. , .259)

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16 3. Friars who posse ss the neces sar y abil ity and qual ifications may assume the perman ent diacona te, with due permission of major super iors and pro vided the prescr iptions of law are observed and the fr iars the mselves request it.

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16 9 . Special atten tion should be gi ven to the pastoral care of youth, who are to be encouraged both indi vidually and in grou ps to follow Ch rist generously after the example and spi rituality of ou r hol y Father, St. Augus tine. To this end gather ing s of young people both international and in the circum scr iptions are to be promote d. . .

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Circum scr iptions should therefore promote the build ing of schools and other institutions fo r ins tructing the ch ildren and youth of ever y social condition w ith equal ca re. . 179. .272) , 273), .274)

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19 0. Missio nar y com munities are to be governed the same as other commu nities of the Order, in keeping with the norms in numb ers 1 13- 11 4.

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19 8. . Inter-religious dialogue is of great importanc e in the world of today both for ou r mis sionaries who labor in areas where no nCh ristian rel igions are practiced an d for the friars in Christian reg ion s where the nu mber of no n-Chr istian immigrants is consta ntly increasing. 19 9. . . Super iors are to take great ca re that ou r can didates in fo rma tion be prepared fo r the ap propriate promotion of th is dialogue. All the fria rs in thei r own special apostolic activ ity should pa rticipate in this dialogue so that "they may jo yfully and reverently uncover the hidden seed s of the Word " in all

national an d relig ious trad itions, effo rts to advance it.

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20 2. In accord with the teaching of the Chu rch, both unive rsal and particular, and that of the general chapters, our Order as sume s the preferential option for the poor. In view of this option, the Order com mits itself to the cause of the weaker and more needy part of human societ y without any discr imina tion of persons an d with consta nt, concrete, and priorit ized dil igence. . .

20 3. All the friars should ta ke care to help in resolving the social questions that especially concern the Churc h an d human society at the presen t time, for example, justice and peace, the ri ghts of persons, the dignity of wom en, the defense of human life, the care of creation, an d a more just econo mic order. The enrollme nt of the Order among the nongo vern men tal organizations recognized by the United Nation s is a sign of the Order's dedication in this ma tter. On the ir pa rt, super iors, both local and major, should encourage the friars and commu nities to partic ipate in the in itiatives of the Chu rch and ci vil society. , , , , , . UN NGO . .

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These va rious aspect s complem ent one another and play a greater or les ser role as the age and maturity o f the y oung men dema nd. .??

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22 6. In our Order fo rma tion is imparted gradually, first of all in the aspirancy or minor se minary, where it exists; and afterwa rd in the pre-novit iate; then in the nov itiate; finally the nov ices who ha ve been approved make their profession of vows accord ing to the formula set forth in the Ritual of the Order.226. . ( ) . , . . .

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(see number s 133- 34). These house s of formation, provincial, interprovincial, and general, are go verned by the norms of the Hol y See and according to the Plan of Augustinian Forma tion ( Ratio In stitutionis) and particular program s ..

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The pre-novitiate is the tim e whe n, even though not bound by public vows, the candidates are graduall y led to expe rience trul y Augu stinian life before the novitiate. Admis sion to the pre-novitiate and its prog ram are to be governed b y sta tutes. . 231. , . pre-

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23 7. The fo rma tion of those fr iars who are aspi ring to the priesthood include s also specifically pastoral aspects and

extends to the en d of the theological prog ram, even though they may ha ve already made their solem n profession. The fo rma tion of the other fr iars who do not aspire to priesthood is to be completed in suitable houses by appropr iate study of theological and technical subjects accord ing to the statu tes.237. . .

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