Wednesday, 18 August 2010

When good is not enough

The Ratio of the Salesian formation clearly states, among the many other criteria for selection and promotion of candidates to Salesian religious life, the necessity of being more than good. Most often candidates are promoted because he or she is good. But I firmly agree with the Ratio when it states that only those who show an abundance of good qualities and virtues should be promoted. I think that is applicable to any formation - be it Salesian or diocesan.

Not just good Brothers but those with abundant positive characteristics...

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