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SoctaL MANUAL FOR SEMINARIANS Reverend Thomas F. Casey and Reverend Leo C. Gainer, OF. Foreword by His Emineoe Richard Cardzal Cushing, Roman Catholic Books ter Fos fee Box 285, Ft Cli, CO 522 TE Man oF Toni Cazes Cine Publisher’ Note ir 9 ed ‘Not all custons and manners survive cultural ‘Dorel it sued tb Western word th le 140 Thsbock vas writen Tie eay "60s, bat helds up quite well | Senin pret nd nda Choi yen ‘Sifing alae ven ne cary yours bs Sisco. Eapeay so tn fit — beast fro of Tne ad ie aining in Christan ‘Sauce invutspt wesepet oto om farSemiarionscactyasionginaly opr. | | the mitors clletvey spent dads in v0 jr ahahocse Bosna Chg ag oniast743 FOREWORD ‘Gur modern scuinaians {ace a formidable challenge as thy Seaerusly answer the call of God t Afelong service ate Rerun and moral formation must be achieved during the Dest period of their aseocation with the seminary. Many forces within and without the individual candidat combine fn anault on his good purpose. Strengthened by the soora~ penis and guided by his bishop, shaped by the devoted. at fenton of is seminary professors, and encouraged by the roving prayers of his family, the young man labors to reach the goal to which his vocation summons bin, “wikia the young man ie qualities which the pasing years writ se develop, He has it in him o Become first a gentleman, Text an educated priest, and then a saint. One sep achicved til leed him to the next and each is necessary forthe full TRalzation of te inner qualities bestowed on him by God Man, gentleman, pies, and stint are the challenging sags A the developing ie that bes before the young seounarian Iris for the development of the gentleman that Pather CGainoe and Fisher Casey Have composed this manual. AS Griese speaking to sominaians who share the presly voce Tou they offor guidance in the many social stations en ovntered by aseminacan, Included ae the socal responsb- fe of he community Te of the seminary and tbe demands of ‘proper Behavior which occur when seminarians are on leave From the sominary. The authors examine the social cstoms ts they apply to seminarians, teat of a range of topics and