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Formation by preventing abuse. Putting aside old ways of thinking and taking responsibility in the church

Former en prévenant les abus. Démaîtrise et responsabilité ecclésiale
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NRT 140/1 (2018) p. 55-73
Those in charge of the formation of future priests or religious are more than ever required, in relation to their candidates, to deal with affective and sexual questions inherent to their human and spiritual growth. First, it is incumbent on those accompanying seminarians or novices to do some work on themselves with a view to dealing with the delicate area of behaviours which are more or less perturbed in the young people. It is within the context of a universal balanced perspective of persons that the problems related to instability and abuse of all sorts can be situated.
Keywords : Formation | seminarians | abuse | affectivity | sexuality

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