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Published by The Catholic university of America in Washington .
Written in English


  • Patronage, Ecclesiastical (Canon law)

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Edition Notes

Statementby Rev. John A. Godfrey.
Series[Universitas catholica Americae Washingtonii., no. 21]
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Pagination153 p. ;
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6283739M
LC Control Number32035422

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The Christian faithful have the right not to be punished with canonical penalties except according to the norm of law. Can. §1. The Christian faithful are obliged to assist with the needs of the Church so that the Church has what is necessary for divine worship, for the works of the apostolate and of charity, and for the decent support of ministers. Hardback or Cased Book. Condition: New. Pastors, Their Rights and Duties According to the New Code of Canon Law. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Can. §1. The pastor, parochial vicars, chaplains, and, with regard to all those dwelling in the house, the superior of a community in clerical religious institutes and societies of apostolic life have the duty and right of bringing the Most Holy Eucharist as Viaticum to the sick. §2. Can. §1. A person who by natural law and canon law is able freely to dispose of his or her goods can bestow goods for pious causes either through an act inter vivos or through an act mortis causa. §2.

  Canon Right to Sanction Claims the right of the church, here understood as ecclesiastical authorities, to impose sanctions on those (christifideles) who commit offenses. Canon Healing effect Penalties are healing, censures, expiatory or penitential (Canons , ), others may also be imposed. CODE OF CANON LAW See also: Credits. IntraText CT is the hypertextualized text together with wordlists and concordances. TITLE I. THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF ALL THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL (Cann. - ) Prepared under the auspices of the Canon Law Society of America Canon Law Society of America Washington, DC Codex Iuris. Can. § 1. In leading their lives, clerics are bound in a special way to pursue holiness since, having been consecrated to God by a new title in the reception of orders, they are dispensers of the mysteries of God in the service of His people. § 2. In order to be able to pursue this perfection. §2. Universal or particular customs beyond the law (praeter ius) which are in force until now are preserved. Can. 6 §1. When this Code takes force, the following are abrogated: 1/ the Code of Canon Law promulgated in ; 2/ other universal or particular laws contrary to the prescripts of this Code .

The first canon of books declares right of the church to do certain things. Canon (Book 5) also declares the right of the church to own and administer temporal goods. Canon (Book 6) declares the right to coerce offending members with penal sanctions. Canon (Book 7) declares right to judge ecclesiastical matters. Canon Denial §1 If the postulation is denied the right of election returns to the group. §2 If the postulation is admitted, the individual is asked to consent, canon §3 On acceptance, the person acquires the full right to the office Ius in re (since the dispensing authority is the confirming authority). In June , the Vatican uploaded a new and apparently updated version of the Code of Canon Law to its website. You can access it here. In the process, however, every single link to every single canon has been changed. (?!) This means that in all the articles on this site which predate this change, the links to relevant canons no longer work. The Papal Bull decreed that the new book of law was to go into effect on Whitsunday, May the nineteenth, The period of time allowed before a new law after its official promulgation goes into force is known in the terminology of Canon Law as the vacatio legis. Canonists have generally held that for .