An essential for the ongoing survival of CPA is the definition of a process for the ongoing formation of CPA clinical and academic members. While members are typically well trained academically, virtue and competencies related to the clinical and educational practice are uncertain. The six years of priestly academic training and the decades of community life are not realistic for CPA members. However, about a third of his recorded teaching, Jesus' parables offer examples of both cognitive and behavioral competencies and can be ideal for formation. Further, it is essential to define competence as the professional dependent variable and virtue as the spiritual dependent variable for CPA members. Biersbach applies all these using current MACT approaches.