Entering and leaving vocation intrapsychic dynamics by Luigi M. Rulla

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Published by Gregorian University Press, Loyola University Press in Rome, Chicago .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Vocation (in religious orders, congregations, etc.) -- Psychology.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-421) and indexes.

Book details

StatementLuigi M. Rulla, Joyce Ridick, Franco Imoda.
ContributionsRidick, Joyce., Imoda, Franco.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 436 p. :
Number of Pages436
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21176020M

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That said, most communities would hesitate to engage with someone less than 6 or 7 months after leaving - and would probably prefer longer.

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The idea of personal vocation is in the air, but it’s vocation as a calling to the priesthood or religious life that still really counts. That is a mistake. All the same, you can see why that young priest is anxious about priestly and religious vocations.

Psychological Structure and Vocation is an important work in the field of religious psychology. Rulla, Imoda and Ridick have made a prizewinning scientific study of the reasons which motivate men and women to enter vocation and either to persevere or to abandon it.5/5(1).

My understanding of vocation is evolving. It has been shaped by my parents’ farm work ethic, Luther’s theology, supportive mentors, mountain-top moments, and professional failures. I understand my vocation to be, at least in part, to nurture other people’s understanding of their own vocations.

I count this as a privilege. Since I work as an intentional interim pastor, leaving is a continual part of my ministry. A typical interim stint lasts between 8 and 15 months. By necessity, leaving is on my mind and heart from the first time I hear about a congregation.

This does not mean that I leave well—just that I do it frequently. The Well-Done Exit Leaving is no trick. The first thing necessary for leaving the priesthood is for the priest to have theology that allows him to leave.

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It is about collecting some reasons to leave religious life. When I was discerning entering a monastery, I searched the web for reports about people who left.

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I discovered my vocation through the Neocatechumenal Way. Before entering the seminary I had many aspirations in life. I wanted to be an architect, graphic designer, video editor, and many other interests.

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Joseph formed a new sisterhood in the turbulent s. By. I am very open to a vocation to priesthood or religious life, although uncertain of where the Lord is leading me.

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He adds that counsel may also be taken as to the manner of entering, and which religious order one should enter. The idea of vocation is not entirely absent from this account. Thomas does explain that one is truly discerning a vocation, the work of God, in this process.

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