(11) "Mr." was the formal address for an unordained Jesuit in the Theologate
Then I was assigned to open the new theologate
, Loyola House, and then back to studies in New York.
There are two lessons I learned and took to heart in my Canon Law classes in the Theologate
. One, learn to discern and interpret the law pastorally and if one will err, do so on the side of being pastoral.
When the first Jesuit theologate
Woodstock College was founded in the remote hills outside Baltimore, European Jesuit exiles constituted the faculty to protect the scholastics from American "false ideas," like democracy and separation of church and state.
Semmelroth taught as a professor in the Jesuit theologate
at Sankt Georgen in Frankfurt, Germany.
(Reference: Congar, Yves (1964): Power and Poverty in the Church, Helicon, Baltimore.) (The writer is the founder and dean for many years of Jesuit Regional Theologate
His Jesuit formation followed the path of Novitiate, Juniorate, Philosophate, Regency, Theologate
, Ordination, and Tertianship.
He entered Holy Cross College, the theologate
of the congregation associated with The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Each of these theologians was formed at Le Saulchoir, the Dominican theologate
that was first located in Belgium when the religious orders were exiled from France in 1905, and later reconstituted near Paris in 1937.
Jesuit formation took place for the most part in the Netherlands, centered on the college (scholasticate and theologate
) at Valkenburg, the largest German Jesuit house until World War II.
Joseph Mattam sj, founder and dean of the first ever Regional Jesuit Theologate
and first regional seminary in Gujarat and its dean for nearly 16 years.