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But, without recognition and respect there can be no legitimacy (Clark, 1973) accorded H-factors, especially the ones figuring heavily in the formational models.
The students receive the formational and spiritual grounding necessary for ministry available through the seminaries, and the critical ecumenical theological education available through the university.
These are all elements of formational partial activity, in which their claimed contrariness is only a problem for the logician (c.
Many researchers have suggested that employees who work with trans formational leaders feel more comfortable and empowered to perform the activities required for successful task accomplishment (Avolio et al.
Examples of formational activities include: prayer groups, Bible study discussions, mission outreach planning, creating art or journaling and so forth.
He recalls first his three years as a young student from Enmore in the Arts faculty of the University of Sydney, where he came under the formational influence of the Newman Society and its chaplain, Father Roger Pryke.
Patrick Keating, executive vice president, observes that "Stokes Hall provides the ideal facility to enhance the educational and formational experiences of our students in a way that honors our institutional commitment to the liberal arts and to student formation.
As a church musician, I'm motivated by the belief that congregational song is formational, as well as transformational, in our communities," Donaldson told the Record.
I've seen many opportunities for priests, who did not learn Latin during their formational years, to learn it later in life; yet they didn't take the opportunity.
Becoming a Catholic deacon is a four- to seven-year educational and formational process that includes psychological testing, a Masters in Theology (or an equivalently rigorous course of study), spiritual formation, and pastoral internships.
Antonin and Murat, and his formational experiences in Rome and New York City, Weis demonstrates the significant effects of each on his understanding of landscape during the period of his novitiate at the Abbey of Gethsemani in 1941.
I hope the film will show some of the joys, soul-searching, laughter, spirituality, prayer, fellowship, community, variety of traditions, study, sermons, frustrations that are experienced by all in what is just the first step of the formational journey in training to be a priest.
I was too young to sprout sideburns, wear plaid polyester pants, or spend time at the disco, but many other cultural events were formational.