Definition of Noviceship. Meaning of Noviceship. Synonyms of Noviceship

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Definition of Noviceship

Noviceship
Noviceship Nov"ice*ship, n. The state of being a novice; novitiate.

Meaning of Noviceship from wikipedia

- becoming a Buddhist monk or novice. This indicates that the monkhood and noviceship are not appropriate for politics in every respect. When a monk or novice...
- He subsequently joined the Society of Jesus in 1984, completing his noviceship in 1986. He joined the Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy in...
- months later he entered the Jesuit novitiate at St Andrea. After his noviceship, he was successively penitentiary at Loreto, professor of philosophy at...
- fled to London. Beauregard was born in Metz, Lorraine, France. After his noviceship and higher studies, he taught classics and rhetoric with distinction for...
- Father Whitty obtained leave to resign his position, and entered the noviceship of the Society of Jesus at Verona. On his return to England he was appointed...
- legitimate way. The period of postulantship lasts six months, followed by noviceship for eighteen months, and after six years, permanent vows are taken. In...
- of an attack on the Jesuit Order in a volume entitled One Year in the Noviceship of the Society of Jesus by Andrew Steinmetz. He found the book unconvincing...
- a Catholic, joining the Dominican Order at Rome, where he p****ed his noviceship in the convent of Saints John and Paul on the Caelian Hill, then occupied...
- asked the then Superior General, Francis Borgia, to be admitted to the noviceship. After completing his studies, he was very soon given positions of important...
- obedience, goes through a period of intense discernment. After two years of noviceship first profession is made which includes the temporary vows of poverty...