Second, it specifies that this investigation is to be done in light of "the general laws governing the structure and meaning of the liturgy and from the experience derived from recent liturgical reforms and indults
conceded to various places.
111) Me Guy du Rousseaud de la Combe, Recueil de jurisprudence canonique et beneficiale, par ordre alphabetique : avec les pragmatiques, concordats, bulles & indults
des papes, ordonnanees, Edits & Deelarations de nos Rois ; Arrets & Reglements intervenus sur cette Matiere dans les differens Tribunaux du Royaume, jusqu'a present, Paris, Delalain, 1755, sub verbo << femme separee >>.
144) PiusXII, Sacram communionem: Motu Proprio whereby the indults
granted by the Apostolic Constitution "Christus Dominus" are extended, in ACR 34 (April 1957): 97-98.
Bishops were already closely controlled by the Vatican, particularly through the countless indults
that had to be obtained for any ecclesial initiative beyond established policy or routines.
Jesus Torres, was the primary signatory on official documents such as indults
, releasing religious from solemn vows, a seemingly clear exericise of jurisdiction.
189, 588, 932); they granted indults
of exemption from tithes (no.
Further, he assured the gathering, the federation's collaboration would be sought as the bishops' committee discusses indults and issues germane to U.
In private discussion, the announcement about an indult brought a sigh of dismay from one delegate.
From the beginning, the indults gained only the prisoners' release from prison.
Still, for innocent prisoners whose cases have been reviewed by the commission, the nightmare doesn't end with the presidential indult.