Une profession religieuse est la déclaration publique et officielle par laquelle un homme ou une femme entre dans la vie religieuse en prononçant les vœux de pauvreté, chasteté et obéissance, et s’engage à suivre le Christ suivant les constitutions ou règles d’un institut de vie consacrée reconnu par l’Église. Cette profession, qui peut être temporaire ou perpétuelle, se fait généralement lors d’une célébration eucharistique solennelle.

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  • Une profession religieuse est la déclaration publique et officielle par laquelle un homme ou une femme entre dans la vie religieuse en prononçant les vœux de pauvreté, chasteté et obéissance, et s’engage à suivre le Christ suivant les constitutions ou règles d’un institut de vie consacrée reconnu par l’Église. Cette profession, qui peut être temporaire ou perpétuelle, se fait généralement lors d’une célébration eucharistique solennelle.
  • Con professione solenne, nella Chiesa cattolica, si intende l'emissione in perpetuo dei voti religiosi (di povertà, castità ed obbedienza) da parte di chi entra in modo definitivo in un Ordine religioso. La professione solenne si distingue dalla professione temporanea, che è la professione dei voti religiosi per un determinato periodo di tempo (generalmente uno o tre anni). Infatti il Codice di diritto canonico richiede che ogni candidato che entri in un Istituto di vita consacrata emetta dapprima i voti in modo temporaneo per un certo numero di anni, da tre a nove, e in seguito in modo definitivo.
  • For Profession of faith (public avowal of faith according to a traditional formula), see Creed. The term religious profession is defined in the 1983 Code of Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church in relation to members of religious institutes as follows:By religious profession members make a public vow to observe the three evangelical counsels. Through the ministry of the Church they are consecrated to God, and are incorporated into the institute, with the rights and duties defined by law.Canon Law also recognizes public profession of the three evangelical counsels on the part of Christians who live the "eremitic or anchoritic life" without being members of a religious institute:A hermit is recognized in the law as one dedicated to God in a consecrated life if he or she publicly professes the three evangelical counsels, confirmed by a vow or other sacred bond, in the hands of the diocesan bishop and observes his or her own plan of life under his direction.The three evangelical counsels, which are considered in greater depth in the article about them, are those of chastity, poverty and obedience. The Benedictine religious profession of "stability, conversion of manners and obedience", though historically preceding the profession of the evangelical counsels by several centuries, includes the three evangelical counsels implicitly. Some orders add to the three evangelical counsels special vows inspired by the purpose of their own founder (see in particular the fourth vow unique to the Society of Jesus).Religious profession is often associated with the granting of a religious habit, which the newly professed receives, with or without ceremony, from the superior of the institute or from the bishop. Acceptance of the habit implies acceptance of the obligation of membership of the religious institute, including the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience.Religious profession can be temporary or perpetual: "Temporary profession is to be made for the period defined by the institute's own law. This period may not be less than three years nor longer than six years.""When the period of time for which the profession was made has been completed, a religious who freely asks, and is judged suitable, is to be admitted to a renewal of profession or to perpetual profession; otherwise, the religious is to leave."Conditions for making a temporary religious profession are a minimum age of 18 years, completion of a regular novitiate, freedom of choice on the part of the person making the profession, and acceptance by the superior after a vote by the superior's council. Additional conditions for making perpetual profession are a minimum age of 21 years and the completion of at least three years of temporary profession.The traditional distinction between simple and solemn vows is no longer taken into account for canonical effects.
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  • Une profession religieuse est la déclaration publique et officielle par laquelle un homme ou une femme entre dans la vie religieuse en prononçant les vœux de pauvreté, chasteté et obéissance, et s’engage à suivre le Christ suivant les constitutions ou règles d’un institut de vie consacrée reconnu par l’Église. Cette profession, qui peut être temporaire ou perpétuelle, se fait généralement lors d’une célébration eucharistique solennelle.
  • For Profession of faith (public avowal of faith according to a traditional formula), see Creed. The term religious profession is defined in the 1983 Code of Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church in relation to members of religious institutes as follows:By religious profession members make a public vow to observe the three evangelical counsels.
  • Con professione solenne, nella Chiesa cattolica, si intende l'emissione in perpetuo dei voti religiosi (di povertà, castità ed obbedienza) da parte di chi entra in modo definitivo in un Ordine religioso. La professione solenne si distingue dalla professione temporanea, che è la professione dei voti religiosi per un determinato periodo di tempo (generalmente uno o tre anni).
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