|Fr. Thomas H. Smolich, S.J.|
After completing theological studies and some years of ministry, Jesuits complete their formal formation of prayer, guidance and studies with tertianship, a time of spiritual renewal and ministry with the poor.
After the tertianship period, the Jesuit is called to final vows in the Society of Jesus. In a May 6th letter to all U.S. Jesuits, Jesuit Conference President Father Thomas H. Smolich announced a change to tertianship procedure, with the creation of a national tertianship program.
This transitions away from current practice of tertainship programs being coordinated by each province.
Link (here) to read the full piece at Jesuit.org
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