John Beal, professor of canon law
at The Catholic University of America in Washington.
The legal system of the Roman Catholic church is probably the longest-running in history Canon law
, the commonly used name for this system, has been accorded near magical status by some of its practitioners, who are firmly convinced it has an answer to every problem facing the institutional church.
Commenters couldn't be silenced after reading that the Diocese of Rochester ended Its 40-year custom of lay preaching during Mass--which canon law
At the time, Bodeant called this "automatic excommunication" and cited canon law
referring to "someone who directly participates in an abortion.
This groundbreaking, intensive program allows for rigorous post-graduate training in Canon Law
with the convenience of online studies.
The 46th annual meeting of the Canadian Canon Law
Society was held in Cornwall, Ontario, October 24-27, 2011.
In the words of the Code of Canon Law
, these documents are to be 'protected most securely' and contain, 'matters of morals' and 'criminal cases'.
The canon law
of the Roman Catholic church and the Church of England; a handbook, 2d ed.
After earning a Licentiate in canon law
from Catholic University in Washington, he returned to Rome where he studied canon law
and, in 1968, obtained a doctorate in both church and civil law from Pontifical Lateran University.
rather than paying slavish duty to Canon Law
in order to victimize fellow Anglicans.
s mastery of canon law
and the history of jurisprudence is coupled with a mature vision of Catholic ecclesiology grounded in the concept of communio and enriched by a Pneumatology that insists on the vital contributions of the whole people of God through the exercise of the sensus fidei.
actually says nothing about parish schools, however.