Use of the name Catholic according to the 1983 Code of canon law
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Use of the name Catholic according to the 1983 Code of canon law canons 216, 300, 803, [section] 3 and 808

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  • Catholic Church -- Societies, etc.,
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  • Catholic schools.

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Statementby Stephen Aloysius Meriwether.
SeriesTheological Research Exchange Network (Series) -- 029-0225.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination66 leaves
Number of Pages66
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Open LibraryOL18072739M

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The canon law of the Catholic Church (Latin: ius canonicum) is the system of laws and legal principles made and enforced by the hierarchical authorities of the Catholic Church to regulate its external organization and government and to order and direct the activities of Catholics toward the mission of the Church. It was the first modern Western legal system and is the oldest continuously. Code. Book I: General Norms and 2) it is allowed by the Holy See. This is according to the norm of law: ad normam juris. Instruction doesn't change the code, even when the pope approves it in forma specialis, however, often a change results. so that also everyone is a person in canon law. But the canon uses 'person in the church.'. The Catholic School According to Code of Canon Law I should like to note that religious institutes too, which are public eccle-siastical persons (I am referring to the second case), need the consent of the diocesan bishop to found a school (can. ); however, in such a case, theFile Size: KB. informed the clergy of the most important features of the new Code of Canon Law. The same author now gives to the public a Summary and Commentary of the whole Code. As the present volume is published mainly with a view of the needs of the clergy engaged in the care of souls, the bulk of the book has beenFile Size: 1MB.

CANON LAW, CODE The Code of Canon Law for the Latin Church, incorporating many of the reforms of Vatican II, was promulgated on Janu , by Pope john paul ii. The apostolic constitution Sacrae disciplinae leges described the procedures and guiding principles of the revision. A parallel text was also proposed for the oriental Catholic Churches. §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 . : Code of Canon Law: Latin-English Edition (English and Latin Edition) (): Catholic Church, Canon Law Society of America: Books4/4(9). The science of canon law, i.e. the methodical and coordinated knowledge of ecclesiastical law, was at length established. Gratian’s “Decretum” was a wonderful work; welcorned, taught and glossed by the decretists at Bologna and later in the other schools and universities, it was .