The formation is developed through four aspects: human, spiritual, intellectual and pastoral. Each seminarian is formed and prepared for the priesthood via coursework and study, field education, spiritual direction, retreats, workshops and living in community with one another.
The New Evangelization calls each of us to deepen our faith, believe in the Gospel message and go forth to proclaim the Gospel. The focus of the New Evangelization calls all Catholics to be evangelized and then go forth to evangelize. In a special way, the New Evangelization is focused on ‘re-proposing’ the Gospel to those who have experienced a crisis of faith.
Christians should act with compassion to less fortunate people. They believe that life is sacred and that God loves every human being. Church teaches that the poor represent those who are marginalized in society. Jesus himself taught the importance of helping those who are poor and need help. The Church also teaches about the ‘preferential option for the poor’, that in order to improve life for the poor, we should speak for the voiceless and defend the defenseless.