Index

thematic index

 

(Figures refer to marginal numbers of the CVD)

 

Accompaniment:Dynamisms, 163-164.

Activities: -of the animator of vocations, 117; -of the provincial team, 220-130; -of the local community, 131-141; -of the local vocations animator, 132; -of the residences of welcoming vocations, 326.

Admission to the welcoming center:341;

Age: criteria for vocational discernment, 242-244; 298-300.

Agents: – of Youth Vocation Ministry, 124-125; 176-178; * Formation of agents: -of vocation ministry, 176-178.

Aims: see objectives.

animator Provincial: -identity, 114-115; aptitudes, 116; functions, 117.

Aspirants in their own homes: -329-344.

 

Basic ecclesial communities: setting for vocations, 214-215.

Bibliography: -documents of the Church and the Congregation, Appendix 1.

 

Chart: -of the normal and mature person, Appendix 7; -of the capacities, Appendix 8; of psychic disorders, Appendix 9; -of negative vocational signs, Appendix 10.

Christian community: -setting for vocations, 190-204.

Christian Youth communities:335-336.

Claret: -40-41; -cultivating vocation, 357-359; -vocational texts of Father Founder, Appendix 3.

Claretian Martyrs: -prophetic example, 145, 3º; witness, 157; -influential vocational place, 201; -models, 306, 5º; -sublime examples of fidelity, 361.

Claretian Vocation Directory:-characteristics, 1-6.

Claretian vocation ministry: * nature: -71-72;

      * characteristics: -ecclesial, 79-83; -cordimarian, 84-85; -Claretian/congregational, 86-87; -connected with youth ministry, 88; * conditions: 89-95; -objectives, 96; -phases, 97-104; -present situation of vocation ministry, 73-77; -those in charge, 105-141.

Commitment Missionary: -means, 183-184.

Claretian vocation ministry: -Congregation, 105-106; -Major Organisms, 107-109; -superiors, 110-113; -provincial animator, 114-117; -provincial team, 118-130; -communities, 131-141.

Communications media: -communications media for animating vocations, 186.

Communities to experience the missionary life: 316-321.

Community: * Christian community: -settings for vocation ministry, 190-204.

      * Youth Christian communities: 335-336.

      * Basic Ecclesial communities: – -settings for vocation ministry, 214-215

      * Claretian community: 131-141; local in charge, 132; -programming prayer for vocational, 133-135; -collaboration, 137; -activities, 138; -welcoming vocations, 139-141.

      * Communities to experience missionary life, 316-321.

Community Claretian,131-134; local vocation animator, 132; -programming prayer for vocations, 133-135; – collaboration, 137; -activities, 138; welcoming vocations, 139-141.

coordinator Provincial: see provincial animator.

Cultivating:-of his own vocation, 350-351; -Father Founder, 357-359; -tradition of the Congregation, 360-361; formative dimension, 362-368; -pedagogical orientations, 369-396; -personal responsibility, 371-386; responsibility of the Congregation, 387-396.

Culture, Vocational:55; -co-responsibility of all, 59, 1º; -integrated into all the pastoral areas, 81; task of the provincial team, 123; – by means of the communications media, 186; -mission of the Christian community, 191,195.

Dimensions Vocational:-of the Christian Community’s Itineraries, 195-204; -of the objectives of welcoming vocations, 303-306.

Discernment:

      * vocational: 129; 169-175; 232.

      * principles: 233-239.

      * criteria: -240-241; -age, 242-244; -physical health, 245-247; -disposition, 248-250; psychic health, 251-257; -vocational motivations, 258-262; -intellectual ability, 263-264; -moral and religious fitness, 265-268. * practical guidelines, 284-286.

Disposition: -criteria for discernment of vocations, 248-250.

Documents, reports, forms: Appendix 5.

Dynamisms: for animating vocations:

      * what are they, 142-143;

      * which ones: -living one’s vocation joyfully, 144-146; -desires to share the gift we have received, 147-148; prayer, 149-155; life witness, 156-157; Word of God, 158-162; -personal accompaniment, 163-166; -personal project of life, 167-168; vocational discernment, 169-175.

 

Ecclesial movements:-settings for vocations, 219-220.

Educational center: -settings for vocations, 216-218.

Family: -lay vocation, 24; settings for vocations, 208-213; -vocational discernment, 269-271; -family situations, 281-283.

Fidelity: * to vocation: -Father Founder, 357-359; -tradition of the Congregation, 360-361; -formative dimension, 362-368; -pedagogical orientations, 389-396; -personal responsibility, 371-386; responsibility of the Congregation, 387-396.

fitness: see suitability.

Forms:

      * of Christian life: -lay vocation, 21-25; -to the ordained ministry, 26-31; -to the consecrated life, 32-38.

      * of welcoming vocations: 307-340; -institutionalized forms: minor seminary, 309-314; other forms, 315-328; -non-institutionalized forms, 329-340.

Forms, documents, reports: Appendix 5.

Founder: see Claret.

 

Groups, Vocational: 337-340.

Health:* criteria of vocational discernment: -physical, 245-247; -psychic, 251-257.

Illnesses: -physical and psychic (drug-addiction, Aids, homosexuality), 278-280; Appendix 9.

Intellectual ability: -criteria of vocational discernment, 263-264.

Itinerant service of the Word:-setting for vocations, 186; 226-227.

Itinerary Vocational:166; -family as a support, 208. (see vocational dimensions).

 

Mary: -call, 18; -presence of Mary, 46; cordimarian presence in vocation ministry, 84-85; she inspires vocation ministry, 84; Mary in the prayer for vocations, 135, 4º; Mary and the Word, 161. 2º; she inspires personal synthesis, 370.

Martyrs, Claretian: -prophetic example, 145, 3º; witness, 157; -influential vocational place, 201; -models, 306, 5º; -sublime examples of fidelity, 361.

 

Means:

* of vocational animation: -formation of agents of vocation ministry, 176-178; -project of vocation ministry, 179-180; – direct proposal of a vocation, 181; -of taking the needs of evangelization into account, 82; -of missionary commitment, 183-184; -of group activities with a vocational thrust, 185; -communications media and Internet, 186.  

Minor Seminary: 309-314.

Motivations: -criteria of discernment of vocations, 258-262; -authentic and true vocational motivations, 260; -discernment of motivations, 262.

Movements, Ecclesial:-settings for vocations, 219-220.

Objectives: -of Claretian vocation ministry, 96; -of welcoming vocations, 314-318; -of residences of welcoming vocations, 324; -of vocational groups, 338.

 

Parish: -setting for vocation ministry, 205-207.

Phases of the vocational Process: 97-104.

Plans: -of study, Appendix 6º.

Prayer for vocations: -133-136; 149-155.

Prayer, Vocational: 376.

Process, Phases of the vocational process: 97-104.

Project: -personal, 167-168, Appendix 11; -vocation project, 121-122; 179-180; -of youth ministry project, 223.

Psychological traits: -personal, normal and mature, Appendix 7; -chart of abilities, Appendix 8; -chart of psychic disorders, Appendix 9; -chart of negative vocational signs, Appendix 10.

 

Religious life:*characteristics, 34-37.

Reports, documents, forms: Appendix 5.

Requisites: *-nature, 240; * -types: -age, 242-244; 298-300; -physical health, 245-247; -dispositions, 248-250; -psychic health, 251-257; -motivations, 258-262; intellectual ability, 263-264; suitability, 265-268; * admission to the welcoming center, 341; *tradition of the Congregation: 237. 239, 243, 246, 250, 264, 268, 270, 275; Appendix 3. * in the universal law, Appendix 4.

Residences: -pre-vocational residences: -setting for vocations, 230-231; -residences for welcoming vocations, 322-328.

Responsible (those in charge):

      * Claretian vocation ministry: -Congregation, 105-106; -Major Organisms, 107-109; -superiors, 110-113; -provincial animator, 114-117; -provincial team, 118-130; -communities, 131-141. * Welcoming vocations: -those in charge of admission, 341; -those in charge of formation, 342-344. * Fidelity to vocation (cultivating one’s vocation): -personal responsibility, 371-386; responsibility of the Congregation, 387-396.

School:see educational center.

Secular Institutes: 38.

Selection: -vocational, 239.

Seminary Minor: 309-314.

Settings for Vocation Ministry:

      * what they are, 187-189;

      * which are they: -Christian community, 190-204; -parish, 205-207; -family, 208-213; basic ecclesial communities, 214-215; educational centers, 216-218; Church movements, 219-220; Youth/Vocation Ministry, 221-223; University Ministry, 224-225; itinerant service of the Word, 226-227; the Corps of volunteers, 228-229; pre-vocational residences, 230-231.

Signs: -vocational, 173-175; 297.

Spirit apostolic: -requisite for admission, 261; 301.

Study: -plans, Appendix 6.

Superiors: * -responsibility in pastoral vocation ministry: -general, 110-111; -major, 112; local, 113.

Suitability, (fitness) Moral and religious: -criteria for discernment of vocations, 265-268.

Team Provincial: 118-130; -identity, 118; -composition, 119; mission and functions, 120-130.

Traditions:* types: -of prayer for vocations in the Novitiate, 136, 6; – of prayer for vocations in the Congregation, 149, 152; -life witness, 156; -choice of formative charges, 387. * vocational requisites in the tradition of the Congregation: 237, 239, 243, 246, 250, 264, 270, 275; Appendix 3.

Traits, Psychological: -personal, normal and mature, Appendix 7; -chart of abilities, Appendix 8; -chart of psychic disorders, Appendix 9; -chart of negative vocational signs, Appendix 10.

 

University ministry:-setting for vocation ministry, 224-225.

 

Vocation:* nature: -what is it, 7-8; -God’s call and human response, 50-52, 170-172; -a dynamic reality, 233;. * types: -human vocation, 9-13; -Christian vocation, 14-19; Claretian vocation, 39-48; -lay vocation, 21-25; -vocation to the ordained ministry, 26-31; -vocation to the consecrated life, 32-38; vocation of Mary, 18.

      * Vocational signs: 173-175; -positive, 234; -seeds of vocation 235; -quality, 236-238. * Special vocations: -of converts to the Catholic faith, 272; -from seminaries and other religious Congregations, 273; -from extreme poverty and unemployment, 274-277; with illnesses and physical and psychic disorders, 278-280; -only sons, 281; -sons of separated or unwed parents, 282; -sons of unbelieving parents or from other religions, 283. * Vocational texts: -from the Bible, Appendix 2; -of Father Founder, Appendix 3.

Vocation ministry: * in the Church: 49 ff.; 53-59; * characteristics: 60-63; -general pastoral ministry and vocation ministry, 64-65; -vocation/youth ministry, 66-69; -vocation ministry and vocation guidance, 70; * setting for vocations, 221-223.

Vocational itinerary:166; -family as a support, 208. (see vocational dimensions).

Vocational Prayer: 376.

Volunteers:-setting for vocations, 228-229.

Welcoming vocations: -what is it, 287; -principles, 288-290; characteristics, 291-296; -addressees, 297-301; -formative objectives, 302-306; -forms, 307-340; -those in charge of formation, 341; -those in charge of formation, 342-344; collaboration, 345-349.

Witness: * of life, 156-157.

Word of God: -dynamism for vocation ministry, 158-162; -vocational texts in the Bible, Appendix 2.

Word, Itinerant Service of the: -setting for vocations, 186; 226-227.

youth/Vocation ministry: * -connected with youth/vocation ministry, 66-69, 88; -setting for vocation ministry, 221-223.