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an entrant who has not yet taken the final vows of a religious order

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the period during which you are a novice (especially in a religious order)

someone who has entered a religious order but has not taken final vows

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Although participants won't be focused on studying their specific order's charism, as they were during their novitiate year, interacting with others from different communities could help them understand their own tradition better, Dauwer added.
Love is the central theme of Novitiate. In an early scene, a sermon announces, "If there's one thing we know, it's that God's love is unconditional." Immediately afterward, Cathleen's father stumbles home: "Daddy!
In the opening scene of Margaret Betts' Novitiate, a movie about a group of young women seeking admission to a convent on the eve of Vatican II, the filmmaker anticipates the question likely on every viewer's mind: Why?
Austin, TX, July 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Texas native completes novitiate program in California and moves to Colorado to continue Capuchin formation.
There, the young Di Prisco begins a new life, ditching his Brooklyn accent, embracing and then rejecting the life of a Catholic novitiate, and embarking on a college career.
The book follows the travels of Lama Ozer and his novitiate Tashi as they leave the hidden monastery, where they have lived all their lives, in answer to a call received by the lama while in trance from the legendary kingdom of Shambala.
In "From 'Companion to the Novitiate' to 'Companion to the Devout Life': San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 744 and Monastic Anthologies of the Twelfth-Century Reform," Mary Agnes Edsall seeks to relate this mercantile family anthology (the "Fyler MS") to a tradition of "companions to the noviate" and to show how such works developed into "companions to the devout life." Edsall's careful analysis and comparison is furnished with three appendices: the first presents the contents of the manuscript (with quiring and booklet division), the second details of anthologies containing the works of Hugh of Fouilloy, a novitiate author, and the third Edsel's comparison manuscripts.
Concise summaries of ideas--from Situationism to the writings of Marcuse--fit naturally into the dialogue of his young revolutionary characters, informing the novitiate reader whilst remaining perfectly unobtrusive to the informed.
There is no routine of an office to keep you going, only the blank page each morning, and you never know where your words are coming from, those divine words." Fans of Mailer's writing will find some bon most here; for the novitiate, the book provides some valuable context and access to the writer's mind, although for unadulterated passion and venom, check out anything from the 1960s.
Clossey states that Jesuit novices became "formed scholastics" when they took vows at the end of the novitiate; he also suggests that these men became "spiritual coadjutors" sometime prior to becoming "professed" fathers (27-28).
'Novitiate': Stout child in a gauzy lemon dress,/sleeves a confection of puffs and ribbon/worn over a decorous white sweater.//She licks ice cream, looking at neither/plastic cup nor wooden spoon, but off into the air/above the cathedral's sugar spire.//Her gaze is rapt and faraway, as thought the hills of heaven/are mounded from gelado.
The former nun novitiate Yvonne Fern's Gene Roddenberry : The Last Conversation establishes the self-described "Great Bird of the Galaxy" as an original though not always profound thinker (and a strong opponent of religion, a trait that comes across in a striking number of Trek episodes).
The hero is a hermaphrodite Zen novitiate. His master is a homosexual at once on the run from passion and aware that he needs it to complete the circle of life.
After being a right-wing student activist, he began to see the other side and joined the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) novitiate near Lille.