Collegio forms Sodalities, establishes By-Law

Di benedaris vos.

The Sacra Flameno or High Priest of the Collegio Sacerdae, the College of Priests, has promulgated a by-law for the Collegio Sacerdae. The by-law addresses inactivity in the internal structure of the Collegio Sacerdae by refocusing the College’s commitment to religious expression, cultural and religious diversity, and the use of academia to develop Sandum and micronational culture. Changes include the addition of a sodality system, the broadening and defining of a flameno or priest-member of the College, the establishment of formal templae or sanctuary sites, and reforms concerning the College’s religious, economic, and academic functions.

Read the entire law below or here:

XIX C Iunio MMXIV (19 June 2014)
Collegio Sacerdae
Office of the Sacra Flameno

Whereas the Collegio Sacerdae has been an inactive organisation with all work being done by the Sacra Flameno of the Collegio,
Whereas the Collegio Sacerdae has the potential to open its doors to Sandum Citizens, Sandum Friends and Allies, and Sandum-aligned Peoples,
Whereas the Collegio Sacerdae can teach the virtues of the Sandum Philosophy to Sandum-aligned Peoples,
Whereas the Collegio Sacerdae acts both as an semi-academic and professional college intended to develop Sandum Culture and as an interfaith organisation for religious and spiritual communities in the State of Sandus,
Nunc benedicaris vos, and may we, the Sacra Flameno, resolve the following:

Article 1. The internal structure of the Collegio Sacerdae shall be comprised of sodalitae, confraternal groups within the Collegio charged with a focus.

Article 2. The following changes shall be made to the internal structure of the Collegio:
a. A sodalito for the following focuses shall be made: Religion & Religious Expression; Ancient & Modern Pagan Studies; Indigenous Peoples’ Culture; Philosophy in Sandus and in General; Intersection between the Collegio Sacerdae and the Kremlum Sandus State College; Sandum & Micronational Studies; Sancta Culture; Sacerdotium Editorial Board.
b. A flameno shall refer to a participatory member of the Collegio Sacerdae who may be of any faith, spirituality, and religion and a member of any of the sodalitae; flamenae may be given tasks by the Sacra Flameno and may serve administrative functions in the Collegio.
c. A templo shall refer to a specific sanctuary space dedicated to any religion in Sandus and in the Collegio which is kept and managed by any Sandum citizen or any Collegio flamenae.
d. The sodalito of the Sacerdotium Editorial Board shall be chaired by the Sacra Flameno.
e. The sodalito of the Sancta Culture shall work to develop Sancta culture and seek to define it.

Article 3. Pursuant to the religious activity of the Collegio, the following changes shall be made:
a. Sandum Friends and Allies shall be eligible to become members of the Collegio Sacerdae as lay members of the Collegio Sacerdae and as flamenae.
b. In order to develop diversity and religious equity in Sandus, members of religious minorities in Sandus and in main culture are to be welcomed as flamenae of the Collegio Sacerdae and are to be allowed to establish formal templae as members of the Collegio Sacerdae.
c. Flamenae shall be encouraged to celebrate Sancta holidays as members of the Collegio, and the Collegio shall endeavour to include diverse religious holidays into its calendar, including holidays surrounding Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and others.
d. The Collegio Sacerdae shall organise events for irregular days known as Culture Days and Religious Diversity Days, whereby flamenae are expected to perform some act or display some cultural emblem of their culture or religion.

Article 4. Pursuant to the academic activity of the Collegio, the following changes shall be made:
a. The Collegio Sacerdae shall work towards the study of micronational cultures in conjunction with intermicronational agencies whose focuses are culture and micropatriological studies.
b. The Collegio Sacerdae shall seek to form a micropatriological academic union, in order to foster micropatriological studies and shall develop a membership system.
c. Flamenae are encouraged to become members of the International Centre for Micropatriological Studies.
d. The Collegio Sacerdae shall work with the International Centre for Micropatriological Studies to publish micropatriological journals when members are out of academic semesters.
e. The Sacra Flameno shall oversee the development of the academic activity of the Collegio and shall issue calls for papers to publish academic papers relating to micropatriology.

Article 5. Pursuant to the economic activity of the Collegio, the following changes shall be made:
a. The Collegio Sacerdae shall develop an economic platform in the Collegio for flamenae to develop products to sell to members and those interested in future wares.
b. The Collegio Sacerdae shall work with its fellow Sandum economic cooperatives to work towards economic activity and towards the 2015 Economic Goal.
c. The Collegio Sacerdae shall cooperate with the Saint Josephsburg Economic Pact to develop economic links and stores to sell Sandum products.
d. The Sacra Flameno shall publish an article in Sacerdotium concerning religious wares that the Collegio and other Sandum economic cooperatives may produce.

Article 6. The Collegio Sacerdae shall use the Greek names of all Greek mythological figures and shall use the Greek names for gods of the Di Consentes and other Roman gods reconciled to the Greek pantheon; the Di Familiaris , Di Indigetes , Di Novensiles , and Di Inferi shall use their Roman names. Gods outside this dilemma shall be addressed in their native way.

the Sacra Flameno Gaius Sörgel Publicola

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