Part of the discernment process a young man engages in is to see whether the brotherhood should become his permanent home, his “family”. Once he has made a life-long commitment to the Servants of the Word, his brothers are the main people caring for him in life and death. His family remains his family, but his ability to be part of family life changes, just as it does for children once they marry. How much he can continue to be part of the life of his family depends on many factors, such as proximity, availability and need.


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