SYNERGY IN THE TRANSFORMATIVE FORMATION OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS: A CASE OF HEKIMA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Authors

  • Jacinta Auma Opondo, FSSA Author

Keywords:

Religious life, Women Religious, Canon Law

Abstract

Formation is foundational to religious life. It allows
candidates to discover, acquire, assimilate and deepen their religious

identity. Since family and societal culture constantly change, high-
quality ongoing formative programs are indispensable. Yet, despite the aim

of formation and the Church’s guidelines on holistic and transformative
formation, formation challenges appear perennial and seem to call for
a collaborative approach. This article highlights some challenges to the
holistic and transformative formation, indicating magisterial responses. It
also elucidates the Church’s invitation for a collaborative approach and
buttresses the synergetic approach of Hekima University College (HUC)
towards the transformative formation of African women religious.

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Published

15.05.2024

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SYNERGY IN THE TRANSFORMATIVE FORMATION OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS: A CASE OF HEKIMA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. (2024). Hekima Review . https://journals.hekima.ac.ke/index.php/journals/article/view/1328