Chapter XVI: Concerning the divine office and fasting; and in what manner the clergy ought to go through the world.
All members of The Community of Saint George, being members of various orders of the priesthood, are to always be mindful of their status as clergy. The ordained state is a perpetual state and all members of the Community must acknowledge this reality. All members of The Community of Saint George should live “A Clean Life,” as defined by the Landmarks of The Young Rite which means, “… a respect for life and a respectful attitude to all, irrespective gender, faith, religion, color, sexual preference, or whatever other categorization one may use to distinguish human beings from one another.”
Each member of The Community of Saint George should have their own individualized spiritual rule detailing the expectations of their prayer life and fasting. This rule should be made in collaboration with the Master of Formation and designed to foster spiritual growth and maturity. It should include, but is not limited to, a prescribed prayer life (both formal and informal styles of prayer) and include provisions for fasting and other spiritual practices.