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- Canon law was a code, it simply was not collected into one volume until 1917.
- Canon law is only in use by members of the clergy in the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion.
- Canon law is one such sort of legal system; it was administered in ecclesiastical courts.
- Canon Law is nothing without the sanction of the Pope.
- Canon law was hostile to Jews in wording, but the popes also refused to accept popular violence against Jews.
- In 1853 it set up sections of Canon Law and Civil Law.
- They are, properly speaking, the active sources of canon law.
- State of necessity: An emergency situation in which canon law no longer applies because of a greater need for the good of souls.
- Code: A digest of rules or regulations, such as the Code of Canon Law.
- The penal law of the Church is contained in Book VI of the Code of Canon Law.
- Modern law has only a restricted and local influence on canon law, and that particularly on two points.
- She also was a patron of the developing school of canon law at Bologna under canonists such as Irnerius.
- It is in a different sense that Roman law, Germanic law, and in a lesser degree modern law, have become a subsidiary source of canon law.
- Lebanon's judicial system is a mixture of Ottoman law, Napoleonic code, canon law and civil law.
- However, when liturgical law overlaps with canon law, canon law normally prevails.
- The sources of canon law, and the canonical writers.
- Canon lawyers are jurists who specialize in canon law.
- Eventually, this missionary jurisdiction came to be legislated in canon law as a jurisdiction over the "barbarian lands" (Canon 28 of Chalcedon).
- John XXIII, in Consistory, announces his intention to convoke the Second Vatican Council and to reform the 1917 Code of Canon Law.
- However, synodical legislators made changes to canon law to accommodate those who feel unable to adhere strictly to the Thirty-Nine Articles.
- During his pontificate he issued a new addition to canon law, participated in Italian political and dynastic struggles, and opposed King Philip IV of France.
- Citing the final canon of the Code of Canon Law, Cardinal Kasper also pointed out that the supreme law of the church is the salvation of souls.
- In any case, as Pope, Lotario was to play a major role in the shaping of canon law.
- To understand the scope of papal authority it is instructive to read the following sections of Canon Law.
- The Canon Law jurists are not unanimous as to the value of the property stolen, which would involve the penalty of the cutting off of the hand.
- Each Church was to keep its own liturgy and its own canon law as far as that was not incompatible with the Roman primacy, which is de fide.
- It's the consensus opinion of many scholars through time, not a code of law like canon law.
- He is considered one of the foremost experts in Catholic Canon law and is one of only two cardinals who is a member of the personal prelature Opus Dei.
- After studying astronomy at the University of Kraków, he spent a number of years in Italy studying various subjects, including medicine and canon law.
- THE POPE AND GOD THE SAME.-Writers on the Canon Law say, "The Pope and God are the same, so he has all power in heaven and earth."- Barclay Cap.
- Benedict XV also promulgated a new Code of Canon Law in 1917 and attempted to improve relations with the anticlerical Republican government of France.
- In this situation, the demand for reform of canon law became increasingly pressing.
- Many of the practices of the state law are due to canon law, affirms Edson Luiz Sampel, a brazilian expert in canon law.
- Patriarch Mar Eshai Shimun became convinced that nothing in the Canon Law of the Church of the East prohibited the Patriarch from taking a wife.
- Even more important for the internal structure of the Church, he initiated and closely supervised the construction of the Code of Canon Law.
- The Constitutiones Clementinae, issued by the pope in 1313, are important in canon law.
- Bishop Chislett's legal advisor at the hearing was Mr. John Harley QC, well known churchman, expert in Canon Law and State Advocate of South Australia.
- Since canon law forbade marriage between a man and his brother's widow, a dispensation from the pope was necessary.
- Eventually the church regulated marriage through canon law.
- He convoked the Roman Synod, established the Commission for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law and summoned the Second Vatican Council.
- Also, as specified in canon law, he is authorized to issue writings on matters of religion or morality.
- Of course, its scope would be much widened if the Second Section gave consideration to natural law which is officially a component part of Canon Law.
- As required by Trent, he organized the publication of an approved edition of the Corpus of Canon Law in 1582.
- Interbody disagreements within the church are now often handled administratively rather than by a tribunal, but within the confines of canon law.
- Alexander Sherwood Healy was also ordained as a priest, obtained his doctorate degree[ 3],and became an expert in canon law.
- The term "cardinal" derives from the Latin cardo, or hinge, which in Canon law referred to the cleric's incardination into the local church of Rome.
- Besides advocating frequent reception of the Eucharist, he called for a codification of Canon Law and founded the Biblical Institute of Rome.
- Only for a serious reason may the diocesan bishop delegate a priest to administer the sacrament (canon 884 of the Code of Canon Law).
- In 1520, he was condemned for heresy by the papal bull Exsurge Domine, which he burned at Wittenberg along with books of canon law.
- The Council of Trent (1545–63, with interruptions) by its decrees concerning the church and church discipline was a landmark in canon law.
- Besides voting members, every council admits, as consultors a number of doctors in theology and canon law.
- The council, indeed, laid an interdict on all who, in contravention of the canon law, arrested a cleric.
- In France, first Orléans and then Paris erected chairs of canon law.
- The new Code of Canon Law, promulgated by Pope John Paul II, uses the phrase "autonomous ritual Churches" to describe these various Churches (canon 112).
- The Code of Canon Law published in 1983 under Pope John Paul II and the Ecumenical Directory published in 1993 are quite clear on the question you asked.
- The subject is chiefly important from the matrimonial prohibitions by which the canon law has restricted relations by affinity.
- By canon law a marriage not consummated does not beget affinity.
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