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- n. Alternative spelling of propaedeutic.
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Part of the Formation center has already been completed and is home to the diocesan propedeutic seminary – where the candidates for priesthood are prepared for one year before entering the major seminary.
Fifteen young propedeutic students started formation in the diocese this year, after a rigorous selection, nine of them will be going forwards to study at the Major Seminary.
The faculty of philosophy, which, as the so-called "faculty of arts," until that moment had only been a propedeutic to theology, now became a true and proper faculty, an autonomous partner of theology and of faith in this reaction.
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