Noun(1) the period during which you are a novice (especially in a religious order(2) someone who has entered a religious order but has not taken final vows
(1) After a year as a novitiate in De Soto, Missouri, he proceeded to the major seminary of the Redemptorist Fathers in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.(2) Similarly, in the thirteenth century, the peripatetic general chapter of the Franciscan Order regulated matters as central to the life of the local priories as the form and content of the novitiate and where it should be spent.(3) Before starting her novitiate in October 1933, Edith spoke with the prioress, who felt there was so much she still could do outside the convent.(4) He and other engineers huddled over the gun like nuns inspecting a novitiate , but they could find no flaw.(5) After serving in Detroit for twenty-one years, seventy-four-year-old Solanus was sent to New York, then to the novitiate in Indiana.(6) The partial nature of such accounts of the research process can leave the novitiate insufficiently prepared for the actual experience of ├ö├ç├┐doing├ö├ç├û research, which can come as something of a shock.(7) She entered the novitiate soon after her baptism and pronounced her final vows on September 19, 1699.(8) In September 1969 he joined the SVD in Donamon where he did his novitiate .(9) Do not get discouraged if in the early stages of your novitiate you cannot successfully translate these basic principles into practice.(10) His taste for images dated from his novitiate and is marked by a sensibility comparable to that of the nuns he later governed.(11) He studied with Fr John in his novitiate and then assisted him with the establishment of the first Christian Meditation Centre in London in 1975 which was the origin of The World Community for Christian Meditation.(12) In such a beautiful and spiritual atmosphere I spent nine of those noontime years - three in the minor seminary, one in the novitiate , four in the major seminary and one in the infirmary when I was stricken with a severe bout of tuberculosis.(13) Born and raised in a farming family at Kyledellig, he went to school in Aghaboe and from there to Tullow, Co. Carlow, where he entered the novitiate in 1942.(14) There Was an Ancient House presents a disillusioned view of life in a Jesuit novitiate .(15) The demands made upon Martin in the novitiate in his difficult work with the dying - and the hard-won joy it brings - lead to a further thought.(16) He died of heart failure on Easter, April 11, 1955, and was interred in the cemetery of the Jesuit novitiate on the Hudson River, north of New York City.
1. probationary period ::
2. novice ::
1. vet ::
2. veteran ::
Different Formsnovitiate, novitiates
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