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SECTIONS
SPEAKING
SOULS
REGULATIONS
PENAL LAW
MODERN LAW
CANONISTS
GERMANIC LAW
OTTOMAN LAW
LITURGICAL LAW
CANONICAL WRITERS
CANON LAWYERS
CANON 28
SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL
THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES
FRANCE
SUPREME LAW
LOTARIO
PAPAL AUTHORITY
CANON LAW JURISTS
OWN CANON LAW
TIME
CATHOLIC CANON LAW
UNIVERSITY
POWER
RELATIONS
SITUATION
STATE LAW
PATRIARCH
IMPORTANT
EXPERT
MARRIAGE
REVISION
MATTERS
NATURAL LAW
TRENT
TRIBUNAL
PRIEST
CARDINAL
EUCHARIST
SACRAMENT
HERESY
COUNCIL
CHAIRS
POPE JOHN PAUL
AFFINITY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Canon law was a code, it simply was not collected into one volume until 1917. (Web site)
  2. Canon law is only in use by members of the clergy in the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion. (Web site)
  3. Canon law is one such sort of legal system; it was administered in ecclesiastical courts.
  4. Canon Law is nothing without the sanction of the Pope. (Web site)
  5. Canon law was hostile to Jews in wording, but the popes also refused to accept popular violence against Jews.

Sections

  1. In 1853 it set up sections of Canon Law and Civil Law. (Web site)

Speaking

  1. They are, properly speaking, the active sources of canon law. (Web site)

Souls

  1. State of necessity: An emergency situation in which canon law no longer applies because of a greater need for the good of souls. (Web site)

Regulations

  1. Code: A digest of rules or regulations, such as the Code of Canon Law.

Penal Law

  1. The penal law of the Church is contained in Book VI of the Code of Canon Law.

Modern Law

  1. Modern law has only a restricted and local influence on canon law, and that particularly on two points. (Web site)

Canonists

  1. She also was a patron of the developing school of canon law at Bologna under canonists such as Irnerius. (Web site)

Germanic Law

  1. 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. (Web site)

Ottoman Law

  1. Lebanon's judicial system is a mixture of Ottoman law, Napoleonic code, canon law and civil law.

Liturgical Law

  1. However, when liturgical law overlaps with canon law, canon law normally prevails. (Web site)

Canonical Writers

  1. The sources of canon law, and the canonical writers. (Web site)

Canon Lawyers

  1. Canon lawyers are jurists who specialize in canon law.

Canon 28

  1. Eventually, this missionary jurisdiction came to be legislated in canon law as a jurisdiction over the "barbarian lands" (Canon 28 of Chalcedon). (Web site)

Second Vatican Council

  1. John XXIII, in Consistory, announces his intention to convoke the Second Vatican Council and to reform the 1917 Code of Canon Law. (Web site)

Thirty-Nine Articles

  1. However, synodical legislators made changes to canon law to accommodate those who feel unable to adhere strictly to the Thirty-Nine Articles. (Web site)

France

  1. 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. (Web site)

Supreme Law

  1. 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. (Web site)

Lotario

  1. In any case, as Pope, Lotario was to play a major role in the shaping of canon law. (Web site)

Papal Authority

  1. To understand the scope of papal authority it is instructive to read the following sections of Canon Law. (Web site)

Canon Law Jurists

  1. 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.

Own Canon Law

  1. 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. (Web site)

Time

  1. It's the consensus opinion of many scholars through time, not a code of law like canon law. (Web site)

Catholic Canon Law

  1. 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.

University

  1. After studying astronomy at the University of Kraków, he spent a number of years in Italy studying various subjects, including medicine and canon law. (Web site)

Power

  1. 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. (Web site)

Relations

  1. Benedict XV also promulgated a new Code of Canon Law in 1917 and attempted to improve relations with the anticlerical Republican government of France.

Situation

  1. In this situation, the demand for reform of canon law became increasingly pressing. (Web site)

State Law

  1. Many of the practices of the state law are due to canon law, affirms Edson Luiz Sampel, a brazilian expert in canon law.

Patriarch

  1. 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.

Important

  1. Even more important for the internal structure of the Church, he initiated and closely supervised the construction of the Code of Canon Law.
  2. The Constitutiones Clementinae, issued by the pope in 1313, are important in canon law. (Web site)

Expert

  1. 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.

Marriage

  1. Since canon law forbade marriage between a man and his brother's widow, a dispensation from the pope was necessary.
  2. Eventually the church regulated marriage through canon law. (Web site)

Revision

  1. He convoked the Roman Synod, established the Commission for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law and summoned the Second Vatican Council. (Web site)

Matters

  1. Also, as specified in canon law, he is authorized to issue writings on matters of religion or morality. (Web site)

Natural Law

  1. 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. (Web site)

Trent

  1. As required by Trent, he organized the publication of an approved edition of the Corpus of Canon Law in 1582.

Tribunal

  1. Interbody disagreements within the church are now often handled administratively rather than by a tribunal, but within the confines of canon law.

Priest

  1. Alexander Sherwood Healy was also ordained as a priest, obtained his doctorate degree[ 3],and became an expert in canon law.

Cardinal

  1. 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.

Eucharist

  1. Besides advocating frequent reception of the Eucharist, he called for a codification of Canon Law and founded the Biblical Institute of Rome. (Web site)

Sacrament

  1. Only for a serious reason may the diocesan bishop delegate a priest to administer the sacrament (canon 884 of the Code of Canon Law). (Web site)

Heresy

  1. In 1520, he was condemned for heresy by the papal bull Exsurge Domine, which he burned at Wittenberg along with books of canon law. (Web site)

Council

  1. The Council of Trent (1545–63, with interruptions) by its decrees concerning the church and church discipline was a landmark in canon law.
  2. Besides voting members, every council admits, as consultors a number of doctors in theology and canon law. (Web site)
  3. The council, indeed, laid an interdict on all who, in contravention of the canon law, arrested a cleric. (Web site)

Chairs

  1. In France, first Orléans and then Paris erected chairs of canon law. (Web site)

Pope John Paul

  1. 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). (Web site)
  2. 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.

Affinity

  1. The subject is chiefly important from the matrimonial prohibitions by which the canon law has restricted relations by affinity.
  2. By canon law a marriage not consummated does not beget affinity.

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