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1 - May 2013 - History: The Church in the Middle Ages: the role of bishops, Frank Mobbs(Subscribers only - please login to view)
The chapters (clergy) of cathedrals were by canon law the electors of bishops.
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Woodall This book seeks to anchor the Churchs canon law in the values of the Gospel in particular the justice which should guide the lives of those called to follow Christ and in the baptism by which they are incorporated into him and into his Church.
3 - Feb 2013 - History: Parish life in the Middle Ages (Part 2): living under canon law, Frank Mobbs
Today we have a Code of Canon Law which mainly affects clergy and religious.
4 - Dec 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
The Catholic Church teaches - and canon law upholds - that life must be respected from the moment of conception he said.
5 - Oct 2012 - The Year of Faith and true unity of faith, Cardinal Raymond Burke
The following are extracts from Cardinal Burkes address on 28 August at the convention of the Canon Law Society of Kenya.
6 - Aug 2012 - Books: HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL IN THE PRIESTLY BREAST: Procedural Justice, Michael Thomas
Fr Valladares cites the late Fr Richard Neuhaus comments: The niceties of Canon Law due process and elementary decency have in many instances taken a beating.
7 - Jul 2012 - Benedict XVI calls for reform of US Catholic higher education, Hilary White
While improvements have been made Pope Benedict said much remains to be done particularly in such basic areas as compliance with Canon 812 of the Code of Canon Law.
8 - Dec 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
According to Canon Law bishops have to offer their resignation to the Pope when they reach 75 which Archbishop Bathersby did in July.
9 - Nov 2011 - Letters: Advocate needed, Oliver Clark
As per Canon Law 1483: The advocate is .
10 - Sep 2011 - Cloyne Report exposes Ireland's continuing sex abuse crisis, Michael Gilchrist
Vatican spokesman Fr Federico Lombardi later responded to Kennys attack with its claim that a 1997 Vatican letter to the Irish bishops had sabotaged child protection policy by instructing them to handle abuse cases strictly according to canon law.
11 - Jul 2011 - Letters: Lack of vocations, Susanna Vale
In addition canon law was misused to try to sideline people with genuine concerns about the doctrine being taught and the liturgy practised in the diocese.
12 - May 2011 - Two million in Rome for beatification of John Paul II, Peter Westmore
He promulgated the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the revised Code of Canon Law and was responsible for a major reorganisation of the Vatican to reflect the universal character of the Catholic Church.
13 - Mar 2011 - A bishop and his priests: united in truth with Christ, Fr John O'Neill
Let it show itself in fidelity to the Churchs liturgical norms and her Canon Law.
14 - Mar 2011 - Personal Ordinariates for former Anglicans: worldwide progress, Michael Gilchrist
The Conferences general secretary Father Marcus Stock explained: As the ordinary of the Ordinariate has similar authority and responsibilities in canon law to a diocesan bishop he will therefore be an ex officio member of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales.
15 - Feb 2011 - Liturgical rights of Catholics must be upheld, Fr Martin Durham
Episcopal limits As set out in Canon 838 of the Code of Canon Law the individual bishops authority over the liturgy is limited.
16 - Dec 2010 - Congress for Life: Catholic orthodoxy: key to promoting the culture of life, Cardinal Raymond Burke
The perennial discipline of the Church for that reason among other reasons has prohibited the giving of Holy Communion and the granting of a Church funeral to those who persist after admonition in the grave violation of the moral law ( Code of Canon Law can.
17 - Dec 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
Reilly added: Catholic colleges are expected to conform to Ex Corde Ecclesiae an application of Canon Law so we greatly value the perspective of the Prefect of the Catholic Churchs highest court.
18 - Oct 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Archbishop Chaput: face up to secularism Addressing the first session of the 15th symposium for the Canon Law Association of Slovakia in August Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver called for Catholics in America and Europe to oppose the rise of a state-encouraged atheism which reduces religion to an individual lifestyle accessory incapable of influencing the world.
19 - Jul 2010 - Archbishop Chaput defends the Pope and the Vatican over abuse lawsuits
They go to the heart of how the Catholic community understands and organises herself and more importantly how the Church actually conducts herself guided by her own theology and canon law.
20 - Dec 2009 - Letters: Women priests, Ken Bayliss
Furthermore the Code of Canon Law requires a candidate to the priesthood to be vir (Latin for man).
21 - Oct 2009 - Priesthood: Why the Catholic Church cannot ordain women, Kathleen Wood OAM
Since the revision of The Code of Canon Law in l983 women have been making inroads into decision-making and areas of lay ministry bringing with them their own gifts and talents which are and always have been indispensable.
22 - Dec 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
He said canon law required that homilies at Mass must be preached by a deacon or priest.
23 - Oct 2008 - Eugenio Pacelli: The enduring legacy of Pope Pius XII: a 50th anniversary tribute, Fr John Walshe
He was introduced to some of the great men of that period and was an assistant to the noted codifier of the Canon Law of the Church Cardinal Pietro Gasparri and Cardinal Giacomo della Chiesa (the future Pius XI).
24 - Aug 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
Canon law requires a vote by two-thirds of the US bishops to approve the translation or one-third to reject it.
25 - Jun 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
David McFadden head teacher at London Oratory said the criteria for admission are based on canon law: The first criterion is based on Mass attendance.
26 - Apr 2008 - Church law: Conciliar decrees: what authority do they have?, Frank Mobbs
This is retained in the present Code of Canon Law.
27 - Apr 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Sister Lucias beatification process to begin Benedict XVI announced he will dispense with the five-year waiting period established by Canon Law to open the cause of beatification of Sister Lucia one of the three Fatima visionaries.
28 - Dec 2007 - Church History: Interesting aspects of ecumenical councils, Frank Mobbs
The Code of Canon Law of 1917 (223) says members of an ecumenical council can include abbots superiors of monastic congregations or superiors of religious orders.
29 - Dec 2007 - Catechetics: Religious education in Catholic schools: the role of parish priests, Michael Gilchrist
Fr Waters paper titled The Canon Law of Governance in Victorian Catholic Primary Schools was later published as an appendix in the CECV report Governance in Victorian Catholic Primary Schools.
30 - Nov 2007 - Letters: Clerical attire, Fr G.H. Duggan
The Church has in her Code of Canon Law made it quite clear that she wants priests and religious to be readily identifiable by their attire.
31 - Nov 2007 - Democracy: Religious leaders must have freedom to speak, Cardinal George Pell
In the press conference on 5 June after reading the joint statement of the New South Wales Bishops I faced repeated questions about the consequences for Catholic politicians who did not follow the natural law teaching of the Church on these matters after being reminded in a written question that on 9 May Pope Benedict XVI had spoken about abortion in these terms: It simply states in Canon Law that the killing of an innocent child is incompatible with going to Communion where one receives the Body of Christ.
32 - Oct 2007 - Letters: More on Vatican II, Peter D. Howard
Dr Mobbs second reason is that the 1917 Code of Canon Law (1323.
33 - Oct 2007 - Catholic Life: Sydney's Pastoral Plan ready for implementation in 2008, Michael Gilchrist
Lecturers at Catholic tertiary institutes who teach on matters of faith and morals should meet the requirements of Canon Law and the Australian requirements of the document Ex corde ecclesiae.
34 - Sep 2007 - Letters: Dr Mobbs' response, Frank Mobbs
The Fathers were well aware of their obligation to signal to the faithful and the world that they were defining a doctrine had they intended to do so because they knew that article 1323 (3) of the 1917 Code of Canon Law reads Nothing is to be understood as declared or dogmatically defined unless that fact is manifestly established.
35 - Apr 2007 - History: How much do Catholics know about ecumenical councils?, Frank Mobbs
Under modern canon law only a pope has authority to summon a council.
36 - Feb 2007 - Priesthood: Orthodox priests in a divided Church, Fr John Trigilio
We had the Code of Canon Law since 1983 but even that was criticised in class as in the case of mandating first confession before first communion (777 and 915).
37 - Nov 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
Fr Tom Doyle a canon lawyer dismissed from his Vatican post after publicly criticising its handling of child abuse appears in the film saying the document was an explicit written policy to cover up abuse.
38 - Oct 2006 - Benedict XVI interviewed by German journalists
But theres a juridical problem: According to canon law the power to take legally binding decisions is limited to sacred orders.
39 - Sep 2006 - Letters: Correction to last month's reflection on Baptism, John Young
The Code of Canon Law expresses an obligation; its words are: Parents are obliged to see that their infants are baptised within the first few weeks (canon 867.
40 - Aug 2006 - Reflection: The importance of early baptism, John Young
The Code of Canon Law expresses an obligation; its words are: Parents are obliged to see that their infants are baptised within the first few weeks (canon 867.
41 - Aug 2006 - What makes a Catholic university 'Catholic', Father John Coughlin
Here Fr Coughlin explains the essential characteristics of a Catholic university as laid out in canon law and in the 1990 apostolic constitution Ex Corde Ecclesia and the need for a commitment to the priority of Catholic truth over all other claims.
42 - Jun 2006 - China defies Holy See to 'ordain' two bishops, Peter Westmore
A Vatican spokesman cited Article 1382 of the Churchs Code of Canon Law which states that both the bishop who without a pontifical mandate consecrates a person a bishop and the one who receives the consecration from him incur a latae sententiae excommunication which means they are automatically excommunicated.
43 - May 2006 - Reflection: Oneness in Christ: the heart of the priesthood, Fr John W. O'Neill PP
If this oneness in Christ is not seen as the heart of the priesthood then the seminarians philosophy and theology all his study of Sacred Scripture Liturgy Canon Law languages history all will be a waste of time like following old tracks that disappear into drought-stricken country leading at best only to dry old ruins the worn out faded attempts of human learning to fulfil itself without the life-giving presence of God as teacher and goal.
44 - Mar 2006 - The distribution of Holy Communion past and present: an historical survey, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Formerly known as Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist and often incorrectly called Special Ministers Extraordinary Ministers of Communion (the term insisted upon in the 2004 Vatican document Redemptionis Sacramentum) are acolytes or any others of Christs faithful approved by the parish priest according to the norms of Canon Law.
45 - Dec 2005 - Books: Good News About Sex And Marriage, by Christopher West, Kerrie Allen
West paraphrases from Canon Law and Vatican II: Marriage is the intimate exclusive indissoluble communion of life and love entered by man and woman at the design of the Creator for the purposes of their own good and the procreation and education of children; this covenant between baptised persons has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament.
46 - Aug 2005 - Letters: Sacrifice (letter), M.A. Ross
They seem to see no need in their lives for adoration reparation thanksgiving and petition (the four ends of the Mass) or to derive from the Eucharistic celebration the many fruits for which Christ the Lord instituted the Eucharist Sacrifice (Code of Canon Law 899 3).
47 - Jun 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
In a doctrinal note made public on 25 March which has been sent to all the worlds bishops conferences the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith pointed to the Code of Canon Law (1003) and the Council of Trent which state that the rite of anointing the sick is to be performed by priests.
48 - Mar 2005 - Editorial: Pray for John Paul II ..., Peter Westmore
It is possible for a Pope to resign and provision for it is made in canon law; but the last occasion on which it occurred was nearly 600 years ago when Gregory XII stepped down at the Council of Constance to resolve the Western Schism when there were two rival claimants to the Papacy.
49 - Nov 2004 - Orthodoxy: Anglican Synod 2004: Are liberal Anglicanism's days numbered?, Rev Nigel Zimmerman
Orthodox stirrings Since 1992 when canon law was altered to allow women priests theological warfare has ripped official Anglicanism apart.
50 - Oct 2004 - Books: The Ceremonies Of The Roman Rite Described, Fortescue,O'Connell, Alcuin Reid, Msgr. Peter J. Elliott
He has set the old rubrics and laws in the framework of the current Code of Canon Law (1983).
51 - Oct 2004 - Liturgy: Why priests should stick to the Mass texts, Bishop T.J. Paprocki
He has doctoral degrees in civil law from DePaul University and in canon law from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.
52 - Oct 2004 - Society: US bishops call on Catholic institutions to oppose culture of death, Patrick Reilly
Canon Law rightly insists that Catholic institutions expect probity of life outside the classroom for professors and the same might be expected for lecturers and honorees.
53 - Sep 2004 - Books: More new titles from AD Books
Entries include Scripture Canon Law the Liturgy and Vatican II.
54 - Aug 2004 - Getting serious about orthodoxy: an American bishop shows how, Michael Gilchrist
These teachings said the Bishop are to be found clearly enunciated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church papal encyclicals and documents liturgical rubrics and the Code of Canon Law to name a few of the authentic sources.
55 - Dec 2003 - Letters: Common sense, Michael Barry
The common sense reasons he provides for this - and Canon Law which the trendoids ignore - I believe reflect the thinking of the vast majority of genuine Catholics.
56 - Oct 2003 - Reflection: Why the tabernacle should be centrally located in our churches, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Canon Law reminds us (938 2): The tabernacle in which the blessed Eucharist is reserved should be sited in a distinguished place in the church or oratory a place which is conspicuous suitably adorned and conducive to prayer.
57 - Jun 2003 - Reflection: Church scandals: focus on the message, not just the messengers, Fr Kevin Brannelly
Indeed not a few of our Church traditions methods and even much of our Canon Law were responses to scandals occurring long ago.
58 - Jun 2003 - Books: From Physics to Metaphysics, by Fr Francis J. Selman, Michael Casanova
(The discernment of good oils is the very point behind the call of the Code of Canon Law for seminaries to teach dogmatic theology with St Thomas Aquinas in particular as their teacher (Can 252 3).
59 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Holy Orders (letter), Francis Vrijmoed
The answer is none according to article 752 of the Churchs Canon Law which reads: While the assent of faith is not required a religious submission of intellect and will is to be given to any doctrine which either the Supreme Pontiff or the College of Bishops exercising their authentic magisterium declare upon a matter of faith or morals even though they do not intend to proclaim that doctrine by definitive act Christs faithful are therefore to ensure that they avoid whatever does not accord with that doctrine.
60 - Jun 2003 - Liturgy: John Paul's new encyclical on the Eucharist targets liturgical abuses, Michael Gilchrist
The Code of Canon Law refers to this situation of a manifest lack of proper moral disposition when it states that those who obstinately persist in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to Eucharistic communion.
61 - May 2003 - Books: Essentials of the Faith: A Guide to the Catechism / Pastoral Answers, Michael E. Daniel
Its advice is also reflective of current Church discipline particularly regarding Canon Law and the norms for administration of the sacraments.
62 - Apr 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
Unlike in other systems Catholic beliefs were set in canon law and in many places.
63 - Mar 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
He describes these as a grave violation of one of the most basic rights of the Christian faithful as set out in canon 213 of the Code of Canon Law.
64 - Feb 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
At their November 2002 meeting the US bishops approved a revised set of canonical norms that included stronger protection for the rights of accused priests a more specific definition of sexual abuse and a clear statement that the new policy would be interpreted according to existing provisions of the Code of Canon Law.
65 - Dec 2002 - Brisbane Synod 2003: a leadership challenge, Peter D. Howard
One conference in Brisbane in July 1999 saw the Statement of Conclusions dismissed as these simplistic Vatican condemnations a demand that theology must be ecology-centred and the Catechism and Code of Canon Law denigrated.
66 - Nov 2002 - Books: A Generation Betrayed: Deconstructing Catholic Education, by Eamonn Keane, John Young
When John Paul II issued his Apostolic Letter Ad Tuendam Fidem which made changes in the Code of Canon Law aimed at protecting Catholic doctrine against current errors Groome responded: Its a pretentious attempt by the present Pope to stifle conversation and dialogue.
67 - Aug 2002 - Letters: Dissent (letter), Clair Tieppo
Strangely the Bishop does not refer to Ad Tuendam Fidem (1998) an Apostolic Letter in Motu Proprio (by his own authority) in which John Paul II tightened the disciplinary provisions of Canon Law (750 1 and 2) that deal with theological dissent.
68 - Aug 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
It explained that the process was prolonged because the juridical forms applied most in the Code of Canon Law are those of an association and foundation while the Way is effectively at the service of the dioceses and parishes in terms of Christian initiation without being an autonomous entity.
69 - Jun 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
455 sect; 2 of the Code of Canon Law shall send as soon as possible to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments the text of the norms which they intend to issue or update in the light of this Motu Proprio on the application of Can.
70 - May 2002 - General absolutions continue in the Toowoomba Diocese, Michael Gilchrist
When AD2000 approached Bishop William Morris on this matter he referred to Canon 960 of the Code of Canon Law regarding physical and moral impossibility as basic grounds for permission to be granted for general absolution.
71 - Apr 2002 - Letters: Bare churches (letter), Ned Haliburton
Canon Law reaffirms this position on sacred images in Can 1186.
72 - Mar 2002 - Letters: Testimonies, Raymond de Souza
It is encouraging to see Australian Catholics respectfully making use of their sacred rights enshrined as they are in Canon Law ( 212:3).
73 - Feb 2002 - Letters: Liturgical abuses, Michael Baker
The Code of Canon Law (c.
74 - Oct 2001 - Can US bishops enforce Papal teaching on Catholic universities?, Zenit News Service
And given that the US bishops original plan for implementing Canon Law was rejected by Rome for being too soft most believe strict enforcement unlikely.
75 - Sep 2001 - Letters: Aquinas (letter), Michael Casanova
We see in his letter that St Thomas is valued by Leo XIII (last century) by the old Canon Law (1918) and by John Paul II (1979).
76 - Aug 2001 - Letters: St Thomas Aquinas (letter), Valentine Gallagher
This endorsement was reinforced when in 1918 Thomas name was inserted in the Churchs Code of Canon Law.
77 - Jul 2001 - Report on Marins BECs workshop in Ballarat, Peter Finlayson
The teams core theme of an out-reaching missionary Church could only be applauded affirming the role of the laity in accord with Canon 211 of the current (1983) Code of Canon Law: All Christs faithful have the obligation and the right to strive so that the divine message of salvation may more and more reach all people of all times and all places - although neither this nor the Magisterium were ever referred to by the team.
78 - Jul 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
In a recent feature article in its publication The Mix the editor Fr Michael Whelan SM who is also the President of the Aquinas Academy in Sydney took the opportunity to criticise the lack of transparency in recent episcopal appointments which he saw as at odds with the Churchs movement towards renewal in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council and the Code of Canon Law.
79 - Jun 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
A three-year course is being developed for applicants which would cover Theology Sacramental Spirituality Homiletics Canon Law (especially about marriage law) Pastoral Theology and Practice and other areas important for the ministry.
80 - May 2001 - US professor defends papal teaching on universities, Charles E. Rice
The autonomy issue is raised by the requirement of Canon Law that Catholics who teach the theological disciplines in a Catholic university are required to have a mandatum granted by ecclesiastical authority.
81 - Feb 2001 - Letters: Limbo (letter), John Young
The Code of Canon Law states: Parents are obliged to see that their children are baptised within the first few weeks (canon 867).
82 - Feb 2001 - Bishop Wilson of Wollongong to be the future Archbishop of Adelaide, AD2000 Report
After completing his Doctorate in Canon Law in 1995 he was appointed as the third Bishop of Wollongong on 12 April 1996 and consecrated on 10 July 1996 (Canon Law requiring that a bishop-elect must be consecrated within three months of his appointment).
83 - Dec 2000 - Australian Foundation to back new Pontifical University
The university has four faculties: Theology Canon Law Philosophy and Institutional Social Communications which grant Bachelors Licentiate and Doctoral degrees.
84 - Dec 2000 - ACU - when will the 'Statement of Conclusions' be implemented?, Michael Gilchrist
Ex Corde Ecclesiae includes general norms for the governing of Catholic universities based on Canon Law particularly canon 812 which states: It is necessary that those who teach theological disciplines in any institute of higher studies have a mandate from the competent ecclesiastical authority.
85 - Nov 2000 - Fr Francis Harman RIP: bioethicist of distinction, Dr Joseph Santamaria
At the outbreak of the Second World War he chose to complete his studies in Rome and graduated with a doctorate in divinity and a bachelors degree in canon law being ordained at Propaganda College in February 1941 returning to Australia in May 1944.
86 - Sep 2000 - The 'Statement of Conclusions' and liturgy: what needs to be done, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Certainly there is no single solution for the location of the tabernacle but it is to be set up in a distinguished place in the church as envisaged by Canon 938 of the Code of Canon Law.
87 - Aug 2000 - Divorce and remarriage: Vatican reaffirms Church teaching
In the latest statement the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legilative Texts cites 915 of the Code of Canon Law which stipulates that Catholics who obstinately persist in grave sin are not to be admitted to Holy Communion.
88 - Mar 2000 - US Bishops favour prominence of tabernacle, AD2000 Report
So I would hope that when the revisions are made and this document is developed that we would find once again opportunity to underline what the Code of Canon Law of 1983 asks us: that the place be prominent and conspicuous.
89 - Feb 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Bishop Heenan stated that the existing practice in this Diocese fails to meet the criteria which are found in the Code of Canon Law and which the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments had now explained in greater detail.
90 - Dec 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Eucharistic abuse concerns Vatican Improper reception on the increase Archbishop Julian Herranz who heads the Vatican agency charged with the implementation of Canon Law has indicated a growing concern with the improper reception of the Eucharist.
91 - Sep 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
He cited Canon 1367 of the Code of Canon Law: A person who throws away the consecrated species or who takes them or retains them for a sacrilegious purpose incurs an automatic (latae sententiae) excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See; if a cleric he can be punished with another penalty including dismissal from the clerical state.
92 - Jul 1999 - General absolutions to continue in Adelaide, AD2000 Report
And the Letter from the Australian Bishops to the Catholic People of Australia following their conference last April states that the Church would be following the Popes request that use of the Third Rite would be kept strictly within the conditions laid down by Canon Law (par 12).
93 - Jun 1999 - Bishops Conference resolves crisis over 'Statement of Conclusions', Michael Gilchrist
In paragraph 12 the Letter indicated that the bishops would be following the Popes request that the use of the Third Rite of reconciliation be kept strictly within the conditions laid down by Canon Law.
94 - Feb 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Most are not Catholic in the sense of being approved by the Church hierarchy under the terms of canon law.
95 - Dec 1998 - News: The Church Around the World
This is in line with Canon Law that it is the responsibility of a local bishop to determine whether grounds exist for use of the Third Rite in his diocese.
96 - Oct 1998 - Pope John Paul II: the impact of his twenty-year pontificate, Peter Westmore
He also oversaw the first official catechism of the Churchs teachings in centuries and the re-drafting of the Code of Canon Law setting out to hold his flock with personal visitations to around 100 countries while ending potential schisms in the United States and Holland.
97 - Sep 1998 - Pope John Paul II's new Apostolic Letter on Bishops' Conferences, Apostolos Suos, Michael Gilchrist
In the same chapter the document instructs (Article 4) episcopal conferences to review their statutes in order that they may be consistent with the document as well as the Code of Canon Law and they should send them subsequently to the Apostolic See for recognitio in accordance with canon 451 of the Code of Canon Law.
98 - Aug 1998 - Pope's new Apostolic Letter puts theological dissenters on notice
In a 3-page Apostolic Letter - Ad Tuendam Fidem (To Defend the Faith) - which authorises key additions to the Code of Canon Law the Pope explains that these were necessary in order to defend the faith of the Catholic Church from errors that arise on the part of some faithful.
99 - Nov 1995 - Evangelium Vitae - Catholicism, the media and the 'culture of death', Bishop George Pell
He has set in place much of the intellectual groundwork for this with the new Code of Canon Law the Catechism and his many encyclicals but the fruits in the West unlike Africa some parts of Asia and even South America have been scarce.
100 - Aug 1994 - How dissent operates in the Church, Bishop George Pell
The 12th-century Camaldolese canon lawyer from Bologna Gratian (quoted by The Age writer) was correct when he claimed that disciplinary norms need to be received by a community for them to be effective but statements of belief and even theological opinions are outside the world of law and do not derive their force from popular approval.
101 - Mar 1993 - Books: A review of the 'Catechism of the Catholic Church' (French Edition), Fr Peter Joseph
Magisterial teaching is taken from ancient credos 17 of the 21 Ecumenical Councils smaller councils and synods Pontifical documents Vatican documents and Canon Law (Roman and Eastern).
102 - Mar 1993 - Religious Order Leaders challenge Catholic structures
In fact Vatican II and Canon Law make it clear that bishops must align such policy decisions - e.
103 - Oct 1992 - Why is Archbishop Weakland invited to Australia?, AD2000 Report
Archbishop Weakland has allowed ex-priest and open dissenter Professor Daniel Maguire to continue to teach moral theology at Milwaukees Marquette University in clear contravention of Canon Law: Maguire has appeared regularly on the U.
104 - Sep 1992 - The Townsville experiment: next stage in the evolution of an Australian Church?
What Canon Law says Can.
105 - Jun 1992 - Monika Hellwig visits Australia, Michael Gilchrist
Yet this book (minus imprimatur) has been prescribed in recent years as a text for all Catholic student teachers undertaking a religion unit on at least one campus of Australian Catholic University a practice difficult to reconcile with Canon Law (Can.
106 - May 1992 - Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy: has ecumenism lost its way?, Fr Peter Knowles OP
They sought this not as individuals but as local dioceses or other groups of faithful always under the condition that they would be able to retain their ancestral customs of public worship personal piety and even canon law.
107 - Dec 1991 - New Zealand: 'transforming the Church from within', John Kennedy OBE
Sister Hannans conclusion is that no matter what it may seem to say Canon Law does not prevent women from preaching at Mass including on Sunday.
108 - Oct 1991 - France and the revival of traditional Catholicism, Dr Geoffrey Hull
The seminary offers its students a full program of studies in Latin Church History Canon Law Scripture Thomist philosophy and theology modern philosophy spirituality liturgy and ecclesiastical chant.
109 - Aug 1990 - Editorial: Dissent in Catholic academia is 'out' says Vatican Instruction, B.A. Santamaria
Fr Byron also expressed the prevailing view of Catholic academia when he warned about the likely negative consequences of any episcopal oversight of theology - something already required by Canon Law but rarely practised since Vatican II.
110 - Nov 1989 - Teaching Christian doctrine in Catholic primary schools, Gerard Gaskin
Formation Canon Law states that catechetical formation must ensure that the children according to their character capability age and circumstances in life .
111 - Oct 1988 - A Catholic university for Australia: surely not modelled on Notre Dame?, Michael Gilchrist
The President of Fordham University Fr Joseph OHare SJ addressed this meeting to the effect that issuance of the Vatican document would be short-sighted observing that if the proposed document put Catholic institutions under ecclesiastical authority Fordham would have to declare itself not a Catholic University in the sense of the document or the provisions of Canon Law.
112 - Sep 1988 - 'Putting the essence of the Faith in doubt' (Jean Guitton), B.A. Santamaria
Symptomatic are the Holy Sees concern over the challenge to the basic concept of the priesthood involved in the abuse of the institution of lay ministers of the Eucharist the subject of a recent decree of the Pontifical Commission for the Authentic Interpretation of the Code of Canon Law; the Popes plea for an end to the abuses associated with the Sacrament of Penance which was the subject of a recent address to American Bishops; and untenable ideas concerning the Eucharist which surfaced recently on the front page of the Melbourne Advocate (23 June).
113 - Feb 2013 - Books: THE PASSION OF PERPETUA AND FELICITY, by Thomas J. Heffernan, Peter Westmore
114 - Jul 2011 - Universae Ecclesiae: Vatican document strengthens use of the traditional Latin liturgy, Fr Glen Tattersall
115 - May 2008 - Books: THE REALM: An Unfashionable Essay on Converting England, Aidan Nichols OP, Tim Cannon
116 - Aug 2005 - Anglican update: an orthodox fight-back, Fr Christopher Seton
117 - Apr 2005 - Letters: Religious habit, Fr G.H. Duggan SM
118 - Dec 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
119 - Sep 2003 - Understanding the Catholic Liturgy since Vatican II, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
120 - Aug 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
121 - May 2003 - Letters: Friday Abstinence (letter), Leo Leitch
122 - Dec 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
123 - Aug 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
124 - Apr 1999 - Extending general absolution: why such a move is out of the question, Fr Peter Joseph
125 - Apr 1999 - Adelaide Archdiocese on the brink over general absolutions, AD2000 Report
126 - Aug 1998 - Cardinal John Henry Newman and the development of doctrine, Fr Peter Waters
127 - Apr 1992 - Problems of modern Biblical scholarship, B.A. Santamaria