Profession monk / nun
Monks/nuns dedicate themselves to a monastic lifestyle. They vow to take part in sprititual works as part of their religious community. Monks/nuns take part in daily prayer and often live in self-sufficient monasteries or convents alongside other monks/nuns.
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The study of systematically and rationally understanding, explaining, and criticising religious ideas, concepts, and all things divine.
The spiritual act of worship, thanksgiving or request for help to a deity.
The devotion of one's life to spirituality and the rejection of worldly pursuits such as material goods.
- Observe confidentiality
Observe the set of rules establishing the nondisclosure of information except to another authorised person.
- Show empathy
Show empathy in order to prevent any kind of symbolic violence and isolation and to guarantee a considerate attention to everyone. It should include a capacity to understand various verbal and non-verbal communication of sentiment and feeling.
- Establish collaborative relations
Establish a connection between organisations or individuals which may benefit from communicating with one another in order to facilitate an enduring positive collaborative relationship between both parties.
- Promote religious activities
Promote events, attendance to religious services and ceremonies, and the participation in religious traditions and festivities in a community in order to enhance the role religion plays in that community.
- Interpret religious texts
Interpret the contents and messages of religious texts in order to develop spiritually and help others in their spiritual development, to apply the appropriate passages and messages during services and ceremonies, or for theological learning.