The claustral oblates will provide those discerners with impediments a form of enclosed religious life. When severe
disabilities are a cause for rejection by other religious orders, or an annulment is either not obtainable or accepted by
another order, the claustral oblates are an option.
The disabled will continue to receive their monthly check from the government, and the abbot/abbess will be custodian
of the accounts.
The claustral oblates will receive the same formation as the regular nuns/monks. They will make yearly promises,
which can be dispensed at any time.
The habit will be the same as that of the professed.