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Decretum

(dɪˈkriːtəm)
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(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the name given to various collections of canon law, esp that made by the monk Gratian in the 12th century, which forms the first part of the Corpus Juris Canonici
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Special attention will be paid to the distinction between matrimonium initiatum and matrimonium ratum in the Decretum Gratiani, taking into account the different stages of its composition.
(17) <<La universidad bolonesa cultivo principalmente la ciencia del derecho civil, perfeccionado por el jurisconsulto Irnerio y Guarnerius, y el derecho canonico, perfeccionado por Graciano, que colecciono las leyes en el Decretum Gratiani e hizo de esta ciencia una disciplina autonoma.
Del Decretum Gratiani, que es la recopilacion de Derecho canonico medieval mas importante, pero no solo de el, se desprende que si es necesario se debera combatir a los herejes obstinados con penas seculares, dado que se han hecho culpables de un crimen contra el orden cristiano del mundo y las autoridades tienen encomendada por Dios la funcion y la obligacion de protegerlo.
Mining the Decretum Gratiani, Hubmaier cited church councils such as a regional synod at Laodicea in 363-364, which decreed that baptismal candidates should be taught the creed and must be able to recite it before they can be baptized.
Nor is St German's claim that "English law tells us which taking is just and which unjust," and therefore whether or not restitution is due, an "extraordinary" usurpation of priestly authority (50-51) but a standard principle of canon law (Decretum Gratiani, prima pars, d.
He begins by tracing legal theories of ownership back to Justinian's Corpus Iuris Civils, then on through the Middle Ages with examples from canon law, the Decretum Gratiani, and the schoolmen, comparing these with early Germanic Codes, such as the Sachsenspiegel (referred to as "the first written code of Germanic law" [19]) and later imperial law reform.
6; see also, Gratian, "Decretum Gratiani" in Corpus Iuris Canonici (1616) C.
Bucers Hermeneutik der lex Dei und sein humanistischer Zugriffaufdas romische Recht"; Irena Backus, "Bucer's view ofRoman and Canon Law in his exegetical writings and in his Patristic Florilegium"; David H Wright, "Martin Bucer and the Decretum Gratiani"; Cornelius Augustijn, "Die Berufung auf kanonisches und romisches Recht aufdem Regensburger Reichstag 1541: die Abusuum [...] indicatio"; Christoph Strohm, "Die Berufung auf kanonisches, romisches Recht und Reischsrecht in derAuseinandersetzung urn die Kolner Reformation 1543-46"; N.
Sheehan remarks that "by the 1150s, the first syntheses, the one canonistic, the other theological, were available in the Decretum Gratiani and the Libri IV Sententiarum of Peter Lombard.
CIC: Corpus Iuris Canonici, 1: Decretum Gratiani, 2: Decretalium Collectiones, ed.
Seriously aberrant popes could be deposed (Decretum Gratiani d.40.6)
Abstract: Due to developments in the theological account of the sacramentality of marriage and the compilation of the Decretum Gratiani, the doctrine concerning the formation of the marriage bond was defined over the course of the 12th century.