Stages of Formation – Postulancy
This is the time for making discernment. The aim of the Postulancy is to give them sufficient religious formation as a preparation for the novitiate. The aims include:
- To have a deeper knowledge of the Congregation, its history, charism, and apostolate.
- The Congregation and the postulant will come to deeper understanding and discernment of the postulant’s capabilities and vocation to the Congregation.
- To help her gradually rid herself of the worldly spirit and orient herself for life in the novitiate.
- To discover whether the postulant has a real call to our Congregation, and how she should respond to it.
- To make sure that the postulant acquires sufficient human and spiritual growth necessary for successful religious life.
- Manifestations of spiritual, personal and physical growth.
- A readiness to be directed, cooperate with others and help one another.
- Good foundation in spiritual life,
- Good health and other endowments required by our Congregation.
The duration for postulancy is one year.