XVII. ON ENTRANCE INTO THE SOCIETY; AND THE PROBATION WHICH

BOTH PRECEDES AND FOLLOWS ENTRANCE

XVIII. THE ADMISSION OF SCHOLASTICS INTO THE SOCIETY BY MEANS OF SIMPLE VOWS; AND THE DISMISSAL OF SCHOLASTICS FROM THE SOCIETY   

XIX. THE vows OF CHASTITY, POVERTY AND OBEDIENCE, AS MADE IN THE SOCIETY 

XX. THE SCHOLASTICS OF THE SOCIETY, AND THEIR STUDIES;

AND THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE SOCIETY FOR EXTERNS

XXI. THE PROFESSION OF FOUR Vows, WHICH is MADE IN THE SOCIETY; THE PROBATION WHICH PRECEDES IT, AND THE SIMPLE VOWS WHICH FOLLOW IT 

XXII. THE PROFESSED OF THREE Vows, AND THE FORMED

COADJUTORS OF THE SOCIETY

XXIII. THE MEANS WHICH THE SOCIETY EMPLOYS FOR THE SPIRITUAL

PROGRESS AND PERFECTION OF ITS MEMBERS

XXIV. THE MEANS, OR MINISTRIES WHICH THE SOCIETY EMPLOYS

FOR THE SALVATION OF EXTERNS

XXV. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE SOCIETY 

XXVI. SEVERANCE FROM THE SOCIETY