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The paths of formation 1. The first indications about the formation of permanent deacons were given by the Apostolic Letter Sacrum diaconatus ordinem. Regarding doctrinal formation, it was specified that it must be above that required for a simple catechist and, in some way, analogous to that of the priest.
The material which had to be taken into consideration when drawing up the programme of studies was then listed.
After about thirty years from the Norms work directives, and with the contribution of subsequent experiences, it has been thought opportune now to draw up the present Ratio fundamentalis institutionis diaconorum permanentium. Its purpose is that of providing an instrument for guiding and harmonising, while respecting legitimate diversity, the educational projects drawn up by the Episcopal Conferences and dioceses, which at times vary greatly from one Norms work another.
Reference to a sure theology of the diaconate 3. The effectiveness of the formation of permanent deacons depends to a great extent on the theological understanding of the diaconate that underlies it.
In fact it offers the co-ordinates for establishing and guiding the formation process and, at the same time, lays down the end to be attained. The almost total disappearance of the permanent diaconate from the Church of the West for more than a millennium has certainly made it more difficult to understand the profound reality of this ministry.
However, it cannot be said for that reason that the theology of the diaconate has no authoritative points of reference, completely at the mercy of different theological opinions. There are points of reference, and they are very clear, even if they need to be developed and deepened.
Some of the most important of these will now follow, without, however, any claim to completeness. First of all we must consider the diaconate, like every other Christian identity, from within the Church which is understood as a mystery of Trinitarian communion in missionary tension.
This is a necessary, even if not the first, reference in the definition of the identity of every ordained minister insofar as its full truth consists in being a specific participation in and representation of the ministry of Christ. The diaconate is conferred through a special outpouring of the Spirit ordinationwhich brings about in the one who receives it a specific conformation to Christ, Lord and servant of all.
Quoting a text of the Constitutiones Ecclesiae Aegypticae, Lumen gentium n. This indication, together with the admonition of Saint Polycarp, also taken up again by Lumen gentium, n. The matter of diaconal ordination is the laying on of the hands of the Bishop; the form is constituted by the words of the prayer of ordination, which is expressed in the three moments of anamnesis, epiclesis and intercession.
The intercession is an exhortation to a generous and chaste life. The essential form of the sacrament is the epiclesis, which consists of the words: The seven gifts originate in a passage of Isaiah These are the gifts of the Spirit given to the Messiah, which are granted to the newly ordained.
Insofar as it is a grade of holy orders, the diaconate imprints a character and communicates a specific sacramental grace. The diaconal character is the configurative and distinguishing sign indelibly impressed in the soul, which configures the one ordained to Christ, who made himself the deacon or servant of all.
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