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[1983, or Johanno-Pauline, or Roman, or Western] Code of Canon Law, cc. 1-1752

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Sacrae disciplinae leges (25 jan 1983), AAS 75/2 (1983) vii-xiv. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Promulgation of the Johanno-Pauline Code of Canon Law, AAS 75/2 (1983) 1-320, on-line here.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT], Codex Iuris Canonici, Fontium Annotatione et Indice Analytico-Alphabetico Auctus, (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1989) 704 pp. ▪ Synopsis: Per its title, the Code of Canon Law with footnotes. / Reviews: D. Le Tourneau in Studia Canonica 24 (1990) 251-252, and F. McManus in The Jurist 49 (1989) 303-307.

 

 • [Secretariat of State] (Casaroli), doc. Quaedam mendae nuper repertae (21 nov 1988), AAS 80 (1988) 1819. Synopsis: Correcting remaining printing errors in Canons 0996, 1108, 1742.

 

 • [Secretariat of State] (Casaroli), doc. In 'Actorum Apostolicae Sedis' editionem (22 sep 1983), AAS 75/2 (1983) 321-324. Synopsis: Correcting over 100 printing errors in Code.

 

 • Secretariat of State (Casaroli), doc. Necessitas ipsa (28 jan 1983), Communicationes 15 (1983) 41. Eng. trans. in CLD X: 5-6. / Synopsis: Only the Latin text of the Code is binding and permissions for translations should usually be made through episcopal conferences.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Roger Kenyon (American layman, =), A concept of ecclesial law, (SPU/USP diss., D-064, 1981) 230 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Alfons Maria Stickler, “Der Codex iuris canonici von 1983 im Lichte der Kodifikationsgeschichte des Kirchenrechts”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 97-104.

 

 • José Maria González del Valle Cienfuegos, “The method of the Codex iuris canonici”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 141-154.

 

 ― Other

 

 • Canonlaw.info, Master Page on the Johanno-Pauline Code of 1983, here.

 • Canonlaw.info, Pan-Textual Commentaries on the 1983 Code, here.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

► Special topics.

 

Theological considerations on canon law.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Martín Aversano (Argentine priest, =), Teología de la Fe en el Código de Derecho Canónico. Análisis de 55 cánones con la perspectiva epistemológica de T.I.Jimenez Urresti, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 17, 2013) 674 pp.

 

 • Mindaugas Sabonis (Lithuanian priest, 1971-), La concezione del diritto canonico di Wilhelm Bertrams, (Santa Croce diss., 2013, ISBN 9788883333132) 295 pp.


 
 Matteo Visioli (Italian priest, 1966-), Il Diritto della Chiesa e le sue tensioni alla luce di un'Antropologia Teologica, (Gregorian diss. 4642, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-828-6) 476 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Myriam Wijlens (Dutch laywoman, 1962-), Theology and canon law: the theories of Klaus Mőrsdorf and Eugenio Corecco, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 327 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Monograph, Theology and Canon Law: the Theories of Klaus Mörsdorf and Eugenio Corecco, (University Press of America, 1992) xiii-229 pp. / Review: L. Blyskal, The Jurist 53 (1993) 210-212.

 

 • Elizabeth McDonough (American Dominican, =), Canon Law in Pastoral Perspective: Principles for the Application of Law According to Antoninus of Florence, (CUA diss. 504, 1982) 272 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 552-553.

 

 • Elizabeth McDonough, "The concept of Law in the Summa Theologica of Antoninus of Florence”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Remigiusz Sobański, “L’ecclesiologie du nouveau Code de droit canonique”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 243-270.

 

 • Eugenio Corecco, “Theological justifications of the codification of the Latin canon law”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 69-96.

 

Philosophical considerations on canon law.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Hrvoje Škrlec (=, =), Il concetto di legge in san Tommaso d'Aquino: un'interpretazione alla luce dell'insegnamento di Giovanni Paolo II, (Gregorian diss. 5376, 2005) 243 pp.

 

 • James McGrory (Irish priest, =), Philosophical Theories, Methodological Approaches and Hermeneutics of Understanding: a study for canonical meaning and its interpretation, (KU Leuven diss., 1999) 323 pp.

 

  Piotr Sadowski (=, =), Il principio di legalità nel diritto penale canonico, (Gregorian diss. 4582, 1999) 291 pp.

 

 • Bert van Megen (Dutch priest, 1961-), The concept of perfect society from Pius IX to the Second Vatican Council, (Gregorian diss. 4223, 1996) iv-168 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Modesto Lewis Pérez (American priest, =), The "common good" as fundamental principle of the law according to Suárez, (Gregorian diss. 4007, 1994) xvii-253 pp.

 

 • Carlo Redaelli (Italian priest, 1956-), Il concetto di diritto della Chiesa nella riflessione canonista tra Concilio e codice, (Gregorian diss. 3774, 1991) 325 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Bernd-Rolf Wichert (= priest, =), Die Epikie bei Platon und Aristoteles, die äquitas im römischen Recht und die christliche Misericordia - zu den grundlagen der ‘Aequitas canonica’ des Decreta Gratiani: eine rechtsphilosophisch-historische Untersuchung, (Gregorian diss. 3740, 1991) 137 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

Comparative law.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • John Coughlin (American Franciscan, 1954-), Canon Law a Comparative Study with Anglo-American Legal Theory (Oxford, 2011) 226 pp.

 

Legislative history.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Edward Peters (American layman, 1957-), Incrementa in Progressu 1983 Codicis Iuris Canonici: a Legislative History of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Series Gratianus (Wilson & Lafleur, 2005, ISBN: 2-89127-663-9) xci +1549 pp. Reviews: J. Huels, Studia Canonica 40 (2006) 261-262, and T. Green, The Jurist 67 (2007) 265-267.

 

 • Edward Peters (American layman, 1957-), Tabulae congruentiae inter Codicem iuris canonici et versiones anteriores canonum, with a multilingual introduction (Wilson & Lafleur, 2000) 198 pp. ▪ Reviews: G. Stuart, The Jurist 62 (2002) 212-214, and P. Barber, Ecclesiastical Law Journal 7 (July 2004) 489. / Superseded by the Incrementa, noteed above.

 

 • F. d’Ostilio (Italian layman, =), La Storia del nuovo Codice di diritto canonico: Revisione, promulgazione, presentazione(Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1983) 139 pp.

 

 ― Other ―

 

 • Canonlaw.info, Legislative history of the 1983 Code, here.

 

 

BOOK I - General Norms, cc. 1-203

 

[Bk I, Preambulatory norms, cc. 1-6.]

 

In addition to possible Pio-Benedictine parallels (info here), legislative history (info here), pan-textual commentaries on the Johanno-Pauline Code (info here), materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here), and/or possible CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0001; scope of Western Code, as follows:

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • John Faris, “Interritual Matters in the Revised Code of Canon Law”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 821-823.

 

Canon 0002; broken out by two areas, to wit:

 

 ▲ Canon 0002, liturgy in general, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Sacred Cong. for Divine Worship (Casoria), decr. Promulgato Codici Iuris Canonici (12 sep 1983), Notitiae 19 (1983) 540-555. ▪ Eng. trans. in ICEL, Emendations in the Liturgical Books Following upon the New Code of Canon Law (ICEL, 1984) 26 pp.

 

 ― Semi-Official ―

 

Pierre-Marie Gy, "Les changements dans les praenotanda des livres liturgiques a la suite du Code of Droit Canonique", Notitiae 19 (1983) 556-561.

 

 ― Particular ―

 

  F. McManus, ed., Thirty Years of Liturgical Renewal: Statement of the Bishops’ Committee on the Liturgy (NCCB, 1987) 279 pp.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Willibrod Slaa (Tanzanian layman, 1948-), Liturgical Law (Urbanianum, 1983) 331 pp.

 

 • Brian Sparksman (Australian priest, =), The Minister of Music in the Western Church, (CUA diss. 502, 1981), 389 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 505-507.

 

 • John Huels, “The interpretation of liturgical law”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • John Huels (American layman, 1950-), Liturgy and Law (Wilson & Lafleur, 2006) 249 pp.

 

 • Kevin Seasoltz (American Benedictine, 1930-2013), New Liturgy New Laws (Liturgical Press, 1980) 257 pp. ▪ Review: R. Boyd, The Jurist 49 (1982) 470-471.

 

 • International Commission on English in the Liturgy, Documents on the Liturgy, 1969-1979, Conciliar, Papal, and Curial Texts (Liturgical Press, 1982) 1496 pp.

 

 ― Other

 

 • Codex Vivens Supplement, here.

 

 ▲ Canon 0002, liturgy, the Mass, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), m.p. Summorum Pontificum (7 jul 2007), AAS 99 (2007) 777-781. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: =.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Pont. Comm. Ecclesia Dei (Levada), instr. Universae Ecclesiae (30 apr 2011), AAS 103 (2011) 413-420. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: =.

 

 • Pont. Comm. Ecclesia Dei, not. expl. 'De itinere in excranda Instr. Universae Ecclesiea peracto' (no date), Communicationes 43 (2011) 121-122 (Italian). ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

 ― Semi-Official
 

 • Guido Pozzo, "L'Istruzione Universae Ecclesiae nella prospettiva aperta dal m.p. Summorum Pontificum" (14 mai 2011), Communicationes 43 (2011) 201-208. ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Anselm Gribbin, Immemorial Custom and the Missale Romanum of 1962, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xvi-26 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’. /bis.

 

 • Chad Glendinning (Canadian layman, 1979-), Summorum Pontificum and the use of the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite: A canonical analysis in light of the current liturgical law, (SPU/USP diss., 2010) 426 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • E. Foley, et al., eds., A Commentary on the [2002] General Instruction of the Roman Missal (Pueblo, 2007) 502 pp.

 

 ― Other ―

 

 • Codex Vivens Supplement, here.

 

Canon 0003; concordats and treaties, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Ai nostri tempi (11 jul 2013), AAS 105 (2013) 651-653. ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), "Lex de gubernatione Civitatis Vaticanae" (16 jul 2002), Communicationes 34 (2002) 151-166 (Italian).

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), "Nov lex fundamentalis Civitatis Vaticanae" (20 nov 2000), Communicationes 33 (2001) 3-8.

 

 ― Semi-Official
 

 • D. Mamberti, art. expl. [m.p. Ai nostri tempi] [12 jul 2013], Communicationes 45 (2013) 324-328. ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

 • T. Bertone, "La diplomazia del Papa tra realismo e profezia" [26 sep 2012], Communicationes 44 (2012) 445-449. ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Asonganyi Fuameni, “The Relationship between the State and Religious Groups in Sub-Sahara Africa: the Case of the Republic of Cameroon”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2011).

 

 • Jaclyn O’Brien McEachern (American laywoman, =), Diplomatic Activity in Service of Papal Teaching: the Promotion of Religious Freedom in Relations with Islamic States during the Pontificate of John Paul II, (CUA diss. 575, 2010) 409 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 523-524 and at Jurist 71 (2011) 478-479.

 

 • Juan Roger Rodríguez Ruíz (=, =), La relevancia jurídica del acuerdo entre la Santa Sede y el Perú: la personalidad jurídica de la Iglesia en el Perú y sus implicancias en el ordenamiento jurídico peruano, (Gregorian diss. 5343, 2005) 124 pp (part).

 

 • Henry Bocala (Filipino Opus Dei, 1968-), Diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the State of Israel: Policy Basis in the Pontifical Documents (1948-1997), (Santa Croce diss., 2003, ISBN 8883330706) v-460 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

  Cornel Damian (= priest, 1960-), Il Concordato tra Santa Sede e Romania: studio storico-giuridico, (Gregorian diss. 5937, 2010) 161 pp.

 

 • Francisco Román Castro (= priest, 1967-), Incidencia del Estado autonómico en las relaciones Iglesia-Estado: los acuerdos de los obispos del sur de España con la junta de Andalucía, (Gregorian diss. 5819, 2009) 137 pp (part).

 

 • József Forró (=, 1978-), Cittadinanza e nazionalità nel diritto canonico e nel diritto concordatario, (Gregorian diss. 5746, 2008) 129 pp (part).

 

 • Eulogi Broto, “Church and State Relations in the Republic of Malta: the influence of the Catholic Church and of Canon Law in the Maltese history and its current legislation”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2003).

 

  Dagoberto Campos Salas (Mexican priest, =), Relaciones Iglesia-Estado en Costa Rica: estudio histórico-jurídico, (Gregorian diss. 4767, 2000) xix-251 pp.

 

  Pawel Malecha (Polish priest, 1964-), Edifici di culto nella legislazione canonica e concordataria in Polonia, (Gregorian diss. 4818, 2000, ISBN 978-88-7652-874-3) 324 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

  Luis Eduardo Zavala De Alba (Mexican priest, 1965-), La mediación internacional en la prevención y resolución conflictos: una referencia particular a la mediación de la Santa Sede, (Gregorian diss. 4573, 1998) 130 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

  Jorge Luis Roque Perez (= priest, =), Relaciones iglesia y estado en Mexico: un analisis histórico jurídico, (Gregorian diss. 4551, 1997) 272 pp.

 

 • Excel N. Jaén (Filipino priest, =), The historical and juridical aspects of the normalization of diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the people's Republic of China, (Gregorian diss. 3794, 1992) xv-233 pp (part).

 

 • Louis-Gabriel Blot (Haitian priest, =), L’Église et le systèm concordataire en Haïti: étude du Concordat de 1860 signé entre le Saint-Siège et la République d’Haïti, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 368 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Roland Minnerath (French priest, 1946-), La doctrine de Vatican II sur la liberté religieuse et son application dans les concordats post-conciliaires, (Gregorian diss. 2956, 1980) 57 pp (part). Biograph.

 

Canon 0004; acquired rights and privileges; ─

 

Canon 0005; universal, particular, and other customs, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 5 is referenced in Canon 28.

 

Canon 0006; abrogation of law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Patricia Smith (American religious, 1947-), The integral reordering of law with application to religious law, (SPU/USP diss., 2000) 194 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Monograph, Theoretical and practical understanding of the integral reordering of canon law (2002) vi-178 pp. / Review: E. Rinere, Studia Canonica 36 (2002) 564-566.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Javier Otaduy Guerin, “El derecho canónico postconciliar como ius vetus (c. 6 § 1) ”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 115-129.

 

  Other ―

 

 • Canonlaw.info, Master Page on the Pio-Benedictine Code of 1917, here.

 

 • Codex Vivens Supplement, here.

 

 

Bk I, Title 1 - Ecclesiastical laws, cc. 7-22.

 

In addition to possible Pio-Benedictine parallels (info here), legislative history (info here), pan-textual commentaries on the Johanno-Pauline Code (info here), materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here), and/or possible CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0007; establishment of law by promulgation; ─

 

Canon 0008; universal and particular laws, as follows:

 

 ― Particular

 

 • USCCB, Compl. norm re Canons 8 § 2 and 455 § 3 (8 dec 2012), here. ▪ Synopsis: In general, American particular legislation will be promulgated on the episcopal conference website and will bind one month from its appearance there. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Chinenye Anyanwu (Nigerian priest, 1948-), The Relationship Between Universal Law and Particular Law: An Analysis of the Particular Complementary Norms of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria, (SPU/USP diss., 2007) 377 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Robert Mwaungulu (Malawi priest, 1960-2013), The particular legislation of the Catholic Church in Malawi, (SPU/USP diss., 1991) 272 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 8 is referenced in Canon 31.

 

Canon 0009; proactivity of law; ─

 

Canon 0010; invalidating and incapacitating laws, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

Marcelo Cristian Heinzmann (Argetine priest, 1961-), Le leggi irritanti e inabilitanti. Natura e applicazione secondo il CIC 1983, (Gregorian diss. 5045, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-953-5) 232 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

  James Connell (American priest, 1942-), Invalidating and incapacitating laws in the Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1994) 244 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Biograph.

 

Canon 0011; merely ecclesiastical law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Michael Saunders (English priest, 1951-), The application of Canon 11 of the Code of canon law to members of the Church of England in regard to nullity of marriage, (SPU/USP diss., 1991) 208 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0012; general subjects of laws based on territory; ─

 

Canon 0013; subjects of particular law, especially travelers and transients, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 13 is referenced in Canons 12, 136.

 

Canon 0014; binding force of law in cases of doubt of law or fact; ─

 

Canon 0015; effect of ignorance or error concerning law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Emmanuel Koné (=, =), L'ignorance de la loi ecclésiastique et ses répercussions juridiques sur le fidèle, (Urbanianum diss., 2007) 231 pp (part).

 

Canon 0016; authentic interpretation of law, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Recognito Iuris (2 jan 1984), AAS 76 (1984) 433-434. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Establishment of pontifical commission for authentic interpretation of legislative texts, closing of the Code's revision commission, and closing of the commission for the interpretation of the documents of the Second Vatican Council.

 

 ― Semi-Official ―
 

 • Rosalius Castillo-Lara, "De iuris canonici authentica interpretatione in actuositate pontificiae commissionis adimplenda" (21 jan 1988), Communicationes 20 (1988) 265-287.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Cosimo Iannone (Italian layman, 1972-), Il valore della giurisprudenza nel sistema giuridico canonico, (Santa Croce diss., 2012, ISBN 9788883332784) 314 pp.


 
 Carlo Polvani (Italian priest, 1965-), Authentic interpretation in canon law. Reflexions on a distinctively canonical institution, (Gregorian diss. 4602, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-822-4) 388 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • John Gangwari (Nigerian priest, =), Authentic Interpretation of Canon Law and Comments (Snaap, 2007, ISBN 978-049-798-6) 70 pp.

 

 • Lawrence Wrenn (American priest, 1928-), Authentic Interpretations on the 1983 Code, (Canon Law Society of America, 1993) 68 pp. Review: M. O'Reilly, Studia Canonica 28 (1994) 278-279.

 

Canon 0017; understanding of law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Phillip Brown (American priest, =), Canon 17 CIC 1983 and the Hermeneutical Principles of Bernard Lonergan, (Gregorian diss. 4598, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-817-0) 435 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

  Wojciech Kowal (Polish religious, 1960-), Understanding ecclesiastical laws: Canon 17 in the light of contemporary hermeneutics, (SPU/USP diss., 1997) 234 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Rosalio Castillo Lara, "Criteri di lettura e comprensione del nuovo Codice", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 9-33.

 

Canon 0018; laws subject to strict interpretation; ─

 

Canon 0019; filling gaps in the law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Médard Lokalo Mpoto (Congolese priest, 1958-), Les sources suppletives du droit canonique (canon 19): le dynamisme de la norme canonique, (Urbanianum diss.180, 1999) vii-159 pp (part).

 

Canon 0020; priority given to later law and particular law, as follows:

 

 ― Particular ―

 

 • Bp. Robert Morlino (Diocese of Madison WI, USA), "Decree of Abrogation" (9 jan 2013), Madison Catholic Herald (=) =. ▪ Synopsis: Abrogation of previous diocesan, including synodal, laws and customs liable to abrogation, and establishment of diocesan legislative archives.  / Cites: 0008, 0396, (0486).

 

Canon 0021; presumption of stability in law; ─

 

Canon 0022; canon and civil law, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), "Considerazioni circa I progetti di riconoscimento legale delle unioni tra persone omosessuali" (3 jun 2003), Communicationes 35 (2003) 214-223. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Dennis Xulu Bonginkosi, “Canonisation of Civil Laws as the Coincidence of Criteria of the Law of Church and State”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2012).

 

 • Gidey Syoum Halibo, Catholic Church and state relationship in Ethiopia, (KU Leuven MA Thesis 2011). Note: MA in Canon Law.

 

 • Pavol Drlička, The Meeting point where and how the Legal Systems of Church and State Interact, (KU Leuven MA thesis, 2011). Note: MA in Canon Law.

 

 • Jane Ura Okorie, The Contemporary Position of Religion and State Relationships in Nigeria: A multi-religious society, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2011) viii-49 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

  John Wire, The Relationship between the Catholic Church and the State in Scotland, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2010) viii-57 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Pio Ciprotti, "Le ‘leggi civili’ nel nuovo Codice di diritto canonico, " in Nuovo Codice (1983) 523-535.

 

 

Bk I, Title 2 - Custom, cc. 23-28.
 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Anselm Gribbin, Immemorial Custom and the Missale Romanum of 1962, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xvi-26 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’. /bis.

 

  Monica Evans, “Customary law and complement potestas: Options in the 1983 Codex Iuris Canonici”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1997).

 

 • James Douglas, “A matter of custom: insights and questions within the title De Consuetudine in the 1983 Code of Canon Law”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1994).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • José Ángel Fernández Arruti, “La costumbre en la nueva codificación canónica”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 159-183.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0023; limited recognition of custom; ─

 

Canon 0024; exclusion of customs contrary divine law and restrictions on certain other customs, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Babikanga Maina-Mato Marcien (Congolese priest, 1959-), De la coutume contraire au droit canonique ou en dehors du droit canonique selon le canon 24 § 2, (Urbanianum diss. 197, 2000) viii-148 pp.

 

Canon 0025; communities capable of introducing customs; ─

 

Canon 0026; possible recognition of custom contrary to law; ─

 

Canon 0027; custom is the best interpreter of law; ─

 

Canon 0028; interaction of laws and customs; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 3 - General decrees and instructions, cc. 29-34.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0029; general decrees are laws, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 29 is referenced in Canon 30.

 

Canon 0030; executive power is insufficient to issue general decrees; ─

 

Canon 0031; executive power is sufficient to issue general executory decrees; ─

 

Canon 0032; those bound by general executory decrees; ─

 

Canon 0033; limitations on general executory decrees; ─

 

Canon 0034; instructions; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 4 - Singular administrative acts, cc. 35-93.

 

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► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk I, Title 4, Chapter 1 - Common norms, cc. 35-47.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • William Daniel (American layman, 1980-), The Procedure for the Formation of a Singular Administrative Act in Canon Law, (SPU/USP diss., 2015) 574 pp.

 

  Antonio Interguglielmi (= priest, 1963), I decreti singolari nell'esercizio della potestà amministrativa della Chiesa particolare, (Gregorian diss. 5

, 2008) 523 pp.

 

 • Valerian Menezes (Indian priest, 1962-), The executive power of the diocesan bishop according to the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 2003) 325 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.
 

 • John Beal (American priest, 1946-), Confining and Structuring the Exercise of Administrative Discretion in the Particular Church: A Study of the Adaptability of Certain Principles of American Administrative Law to the Exercise of Administrative Discretion by Diocesan Bishops, (CUA diss. 515, 1985) 675 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 666-667.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • María José Ciáurriz Labiano, “Las disposiciones generales de la administración eclesiástica”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 213-230.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0035; types of and authority to issue singular administrative acts; ─

 

Canon 0036; interpretation of administrative acts, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 36 is referenced in Canons 77, 92.

 

Canon 0037; when administrative acts are to be put in writing, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 37 is referenced in Canon 55.

 

Canon 0038; impact of administrative acts on acquired right, law, or custom; ─

 

Canon 0039; when conditions in administrative acts impact validity; ─

 

Canon 0040; when executor of administrative acts may act validly; ─

 

Canon 0041; discretion allowed executor of administrative acts; ─

 

Canon 0042; manner of executing administrative acts; ─

 

Canon 0043; possible substitution of executors of administrative acts; ─

 

Canon 0044; successor of executors can execute administrative acts; ─

 

Canon 0045; authority of executor to repair mistakes; ─

 

Canon 0046; administrative acts survive loss of power by author; ─

 

Canon 0047; revocation of administrative acts, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 47 is referenced in Canon 79.

 

 

Bk I, Title 4, Chapter 2 - Singular decrees and precepts, cc. 48-58.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0048; definition of singular decree; ─

 

Canon 0049; definition of singular precept; ─

 

Canon 0050; prerequisite inquires for singular decree; ─

 

Canon 0051; singular decree to be put into writing with summary of reasons behind it, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 51 is referenced in Canon 55.

 

Canon 0052; limited scope of singular decree; ─

 

Canon 0053; particular decrees have priority over general, and then later over earlier; ─

 

Canon 0054; timing of effectiveness of singular decree; ─

 

Canon 0055; option for oral presentation of singular decree; ─

 

Canon 0056; refusal to acknowledge singular decree does not vacate its communication; ─

 

Canon 0057; three months for action on requested decrees, and presumed negative response, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 57 is referenced in Canon 1734.

 

Canon 0058; cessation of singular decree; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 4, Chapter 3 - Rescripts, cc. 59-75.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0059; definition of rescript, provisions generally apply to oral grants; ─

 

Canon 0060; broad right to seek rescript; ─

 

Canon 0061; rescript can be sought by third parties; ─

 

Canon 0062; timing of rescript effectiveness; ─

 

Canon 0063; factors impacting validity of rescript; ─

 

Canon 0064; special norms for rescripts of the Roman Curia, as follows:

 

 ― Semi-Official ―
 

 • Carlos Encina Commentz, Quando e Come Ricorrere alla Penitenzieria Apostolica (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2011) 37 pp.

 

Canon 0065; alternatives for seeking rescript after denial by other authorities; ─

 

Canon 0066; harmless errors in rescript; ─

 

Canon 0067; priority among conflicting rescripts; ─

 

Canon 0068; possible presentation of rescript of the Apostolic See; ─

 

Canon 0069; timing of presentation of rescript; ─

 

Canon 0070; authority of executor of rescript; ─

 

Canon 0071; rescript generally need not be utilized by one obtaining it; ─

 

Canon 0072; expired rescript from Apostolic See can be extended for three months by diocesan bishop; ─

 

Canon 0073; rescripts generally survive contrary law; ─

 

Canon 0074; use in external forum of rescript granted orally in internal forum; ─

 

Canon 0075; rescript with dispensation or privilege subject to additional norms; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 4, Chapter 4 - Privileges, cc. 76-84.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Alan McCormack (Canadian priest, =), The Term 'Privilege'. A Textual Study of its Meaning and Use in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (Gregorian diss. 4433, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-773-9) 444 pp; ▪ PUG summary here.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0076; definition and sources of privilege, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 76 is referenced in Canon 35.

 

Canon 0077; interpretation of privilege; ─

 

Canon 0078; duration of various privileges; ─

 

Canon 0079; revocation of privilege; ─

 

Canon 0080; possible renunciation of privilege; ─

 

Canon 0081; possible lapse of privilege based on changes in situation of grantor, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 81 is referenced in Canon 79.

 

Canon 0082; possible prescription against privilege; ─

 

Canon 0083; lapse of privileges by use or change in circumstances; ─

 

Canon 0084; possible loss of privilege by abuse; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 4, Chapter 5 - Dispensations, cc. 85-93.

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 0087 § 1] (5 jul 1985), AAS 77 (1985) 771. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Bishops cannot dispense two Catholics from canonical form outside of danger of death. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Ludovic Danto (French priest, 1970-), Le pouvoir des évêques en matière de dispense matrimoniale. Etude historico-canonique du Concile de Trente au Code de Droit Canonique de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 6163, 2012, ISBN 978-88-7839-234-2) 336 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis

 

 • Anthony Bawyn, “An Analysis of the Institute of Dispensation in the General Norms of the Code of Canon Law with Application to the Executive Power of the Diocesan Bishop”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1992).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Ruud Huysmans, “The significance of particular law and the nature of dispensation as questions in the rule of papal law”, in Ius Sequitur (1991) 37-56.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0085; definition of dispensation; ─

 

Canon 0086; constitutive laws not subject to dispensation; ─

 

Canon 0087; authorization of and restrictions on power of local authority to dispense, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 87 is referenced in Canon 1245.

 

Canon 0088; other dispensations by local authority; ─

 

Canon 0089; pastors and presbyters generally cannot dispense; ─

 

Canon 0090; prerequisites for dispensation; ─

 

Canon 0091; territorial factors in dispensation; ─

 

Canon 0092; dispensation subject to strict interpretation; ─

 

Canon 0093; cessation of dispensation; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 5 - Statutes and rules of order, cc. 94-95.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0094; statutes are legislative documents structuring institutions; ─

 

Canon 0095; ordinances govern meeting and various celebrations; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 6 - Physical and juridic persons, cc. 96-123.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Pietro Tocanel, "Le persone fisiche e giuridiche nella Chiesa novità, motivazioni, e signidficato", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 75-85.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons were assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk I, Title 6, Chapter 1 - Canonical condition of physical persons, cc. 96-112.

 

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► Topics by canon.


Canon 0096; baptism incorporates one into the Church, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Joe Eric (=, =), Il concetto della persona nello "Ius ecclesiae" alla luce del battesimo (Can. 96), (Urbanianum diss., 2008) 106 pp (part).

 

Canon 0097; criteria for adult and minor status; ─

 

Canon 0098; minors under law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Randrianandrasana Emile Maurice (=, =), La defense des droits de l’enfant au sein du système juridique-canonique, (Urbanianum diss. 185, 2000) viii-136 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

  Victor D'Souza (Indian priest, 1959-), The juridic condition and status of minors according to the Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1994) 327 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Raffaele Coppola, “La posizione e la tutela del minore dopo il nuovo Codice di diritto canonico”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 345-353.

 

Canon 0099; criteria for determining incompetence status; ─

 

Canon 0100; personal status in law based on various connections to territory; ─

 

Canon 0101; place of origin for children; ─

 

Canon 0102; acquisition of parochial and diocesan domicile and quasi-domicile, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 102 is referenced in Canon 103.

 

Canon 0103; religious acquisition of domicile and quasi-domicile; ─

 

Canon 0104; spousal domicile and quasi-domicile; ─

 

Canon 0105; acquisition of domicile and quasi-domicile by a minor, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 105 is referenced in Canon 106.

 

Canon 0106; loss of domicile and quasi-domicile;─

 

Canon 0107; acquisition of pastor and ordinary by domicile and quasi-domicile; ─

 

Canon 0108; calculating direct and collateral consanguinity; ─

 

Canon 0109; affinity acquired by marriage and blood relation; ─

 

Canon 0110; canonization of some civil law on adoption; ─

 

Canon 0111; original enrollment in Church 'sui iuris' by baptism; ─

 

Canon 0112; changes of ecclesiastical enrolled, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Secretariat of State (Sodano), rescr. Ad normam can. 112 (26 nov 1992), AAS 85 (1993) 81. Synopsis: Permission of the Holy See to allow transfer from the Roman Church to an Eastern Church within whose boundaries the Roman lives, can be presumed if both hierarchs consent to transfer. / Cites: 0112.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • László Nagy (Romanian priest, 1970-), Transfer of ascription in a church 'sui iuris' with particular application to the Archdiocese of Alba-Julia, Romania, (SPU/USP diss., 2001) 291 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 

Bk I, Title 6, Chapter 2 - Juridic persons, cc. 113-123.
 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0113; Catholic Church and Apostolic See are juridic persons by divine law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Tuomo Vimpari (Finnish priest, 1968-), The juridical personality of the Catholic church in Scandinavia canonical problems and prospects, (Gregorian diss. 5104, 2003) 137 pp (part). Biograph.

 

Canon 0114; types, establishment, and missions of juridic persons, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 114 is referenced in Canon 1303.

 

Canon 0115; types, distinctions, and some prerequisites of juridic persons; ─

 

Canon 0116; definition and establishment of public juridic person, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Luis Garza Medina (Mexican religious, 1958-), Significado de la expresión 'Nomine Ecclesiae' en el Código de Derecho Canónico, (Gregorian diss. 4457, 1998, ISBN 978-88-7652-784-5) 189 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /quatter.

 

Canon 0117; statues of juridic persons must be approved by ecclesiastical authority; ─

 

Canon 0118; representation of juridic persons; ─

 

Canon 0119; collegial acts within juridic persons, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 0119, 1º] (28 jun 1990), AAS 82 (1990) 845. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: A relative majority of votes suffices for election in a third round.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 119 is referenced in Canons 140, 176.

 

Canon 0120; extinguishment of juridic person; ─

 

Canon 0121; norms for merging of juridic persons, regard for intention of donors; ─

 

Canon 0122; division of public juridic persons regard for intentions of donors, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Emmanuel Bationo (Burkina Faso priest, 1968-), La justice et l’équité à observer dans la division des personnes juridiques publiques, en particulier des diocèses et des paroisses (c. 122), (SPU/USP diss., 2015) 253 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0123; distribution of goods of juridic persons; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

Civil incorporation.

 

 ― Academic ― 

 

 • Claudia Peters, Kerkelijke rechtspersonen volgens de Codex Iuris Canonici en hun erkenning als zelfstandig onderdeel van het Rooms-Katholieke Kerkgenootschap in Nederland op basis van artikel 2, boek 2 Burgerlijk Wetboek, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xi-61 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Jerald Doyle (American priest, =), Civil incorporation of ecclesiastical institutions: a canonical perspective, (SPU/USP diss., 1989) 255 mf.

 

 

Bk I, Title 7 - Juridic acts, cc. 124-128.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Juan Fornés de la Rosa, “El acto juridico (sugerencias para una teoría general) ”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 185-212.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0124; requisites for and presumption of validity of acts, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Sandro Petrizzelli (=, =), L'atto giuridico con speciale riferimento al contratto matrimoniale: (cann. 124 e 1057 CIC), (Gregorian diss. 5547, 2006) 290 pp. ▪ /bis

 

  Ana María Celis Brunet (Chilean laywoman, 1963-), La relevancia canónica del matrimonio civil a la luz de la teoria general del acto jurídico. Contribución teórica a la experiencia jurídica chilena, (Gregorian diss. 4985, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-927-6) 396 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • John Kuziona (Malawi priest, 1963-), The nature and application of juridical acts according to Canon 124 of the Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1998) 243 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0125; various factors vitiating various acts; ─

 

Canon 0126; effect of ignorance or error on juridic acts, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―


 
 Giovanni Moscariello (Italian layman, 1974-), 'Error qui versetur circa id quod substantiam actus constituit' (can. 126). Studio storico-giuridico, (Gregorian diss. 4845, 2001, ISBN 978-88-7652-880-4) 284 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.


 • Roberto Serres López de Guereñu (Spanish priest, =), 'Error recidens in condicionem sine qua non' (Can. 126). Estudio histórico-jurídico, (Gregorian diss. 4333, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-737-1) 232 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

Canon 0127; consultation and consent, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 0127 § 1] (5 jul 1985), AAS 77 (1985) 771. Eng. on-line here. Synopsis: A superior cannot cast a vote, not even to break a tie.

 

 ― Academic ―


 
 Petar Ivandić (Bosnian-Herzegovinian priest, 1969-), Die verbindlich vorgeschriebenen Konsultationsorgane des Diözesanbischofs im universalen Recht der lateinischen Kirche und deren Verwirklichung in den Partikularnormen der Diözese Eisenstadt. Eine kanonistische Studie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der diözesanen Gesetzgebung, (Gregorian diss. 6055, 2011, ISBN 978-88-7839-192-5) 272 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Narciso Velázquez Ferreira (=, 1965-), Capacidad deliberativa del Consejo de asuntos económicos: comunión y corresponsabilidad en el gobierno de la Iglesia particular: opción eclesiológica del Código de derecho canónico de 1983 (cánones 127, 492-494), (Gregorian diss. 5763, 2008) 177 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Ricardo Bass, “Consultative bodies within the diocese involving lay participation”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 127 is referenced in Canon 627.

 

Canon 0128; possible liability for harm arising from juridic acts, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Margaret Sharbel Poll [Chalmers] (American laywoman, 1968-), The reparation of harm: a canonical analysis of Canon 128 with reference to its common law parallels, (SPU/USP diss., 2002) viii-371 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Richard John Barrett (=, =), The capacity to act in court against an administrative act which injures. A group of the christian faithful in its juridical sphere, (Gregorian diss. 4239, 1996) xi-183 pp (part). ▪ /ter.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Józef Krukowski, “Responsibility for Damage Resulting from Illegal Administrative Acts in the Code of Canon Law of 1983”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 231-242.

 

 

Bk I, Title 8 - Power of governance, cc. 129-144.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Ottavio de Bertolis (Italian Jesuit, 1963-), Origine ed esercizio della potestà ecclesiastica di governo in San Tommaso, (Gregorian diss. 5347, 2005, ISBN 978-88-7839-033-1) 214 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Ngoy Ngenda Jourdain, “Typologie et dispositifs de l'exercice du pouvoir de gouvernement ou de juridiction dans le Code de Droit Canonique de 1983 (cc. 130-144): continuité et nouveauté”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1996).

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canons 137-144 are referenced in Canon 596.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0129; ordained and lay participation in power of governance, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

 • Cong. for the Clergy, et al., instr. Ecclesiae de mysterio (15 aug 1997), AAS 89 (1997) 852-877. Eng. on-line here. / Cites: 0006, 0135, (0149), (0150), 0186, 0208, 0209, 0210, 0211, 0212, 0213, 0214, 0215, 0216, 0217, 0218, 0219, 0220, 0221, 0222, 0223, 0224, 0225, 0226, 0227, 0228, 0229, 0230, 0231, 0266, 0392, 0497, 0498, 0512, 0514, 0517, 0519, 0521, 0536, 0537, 0538, 0553, 0756, 0757, 0758, 0759, 0761, 0763, 0764, (0766), (0767), 0776, 767, 0785, 0837, 0861, 0907, 0910, 0943, 1003, 1108, 1111, 1112, 1248, 1378, 1379, 1384, 1752. / Synopsis: =

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Michele Hugonnet, Lay Persons and the Power of Governance in the Catholic Church: a canonical perspective, (KU Leuven MA Thesis, 2010) vii-61. Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Anne Perkins-Asselin (Canadian laywoman, 1952-), L’Articulation des ministères ordonnés et des ministères non ordonnés dans le gouvernement du diocèse, (SPU/USP diss., 2003) 275 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Adrian Loretan (=, 1959-), Laien im pastoralen Dienst: ein Amt in der kirchlichen Gesetzgebung: Pastoralassistent/- assistentin, Pastoralreferent/- referentin, (Gregorian diss. 4027, 1994) 405 pp.

 

 • Jacob Dogra (Pakistani priest, 1945-), The lay faithful within the juridical structures of the Catholic Church in Pakistan, (SPU/USP diss., 1993) 289 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • J. Mallet, ed., The Ministry of Governance (CLSA, 1986) 255 pp. See also Supplementum.

 

 • Alfonse Stickler, "La ‘potestas regiminis’ vision teologica", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 63-74.

 

Canon 0130; internal and external fora, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Piotr Steczkowski (=, =), Il conflitto fra foro interno e foro esterno nel diritto matrimoniale del CIC 1983, (Gregorian diss. 4597,1998) 209 pp.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Francisco Urritia, “Internal forum external forum the criterion of distinction”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 634-667.

 

Canon 0131; ordinary and delegated, proper and vicarious power of government, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 131 is referenced in Canon 596.

 

Canon 0132; habitual faculties generally regarded as delegation; ─

 

Canon 0133; factors resulting in invalid acts by a delegate, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 133 is referenced in Canon 596.

 

Canon 0134; definition of local and religious ordinary, restricted use of term "diocesan bishop"; ─

 

Canon 0135; legislative, executive, and judicial power, conditions for possible delegation; ─

 

Canon 0136; territorial considerations in exercising executive power; ─

 

Canon 0137; delegation of executive power; ─

 

Canon 0138; ordinary executive power to be interpreted broadly, other narrowly; ──

 

Canon 0139; operation of higher and lower holders of executive power; ─

 

Canon 0140; operation of executive power of several individuals or group;─

 

Canon 0141; holders of executive power successively delegated observe priority in time; ─

 

Canon 0142; cessation of various delegated powers, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 142 is referenced in Canon 83.

 

Canon 0143; cessation of ordinary power upon loss of office; ─

 

Canon 0144; supplying of executive power in cases of error or doubt of law, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 144 is referenced in Canon 1108.

 

 

Bk I, Title 9 - Ecclesiastical offices, cc. 145-196.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Kevin Gillespie (= priest, 1973-), Ecclesiastical office and the participation of the lay faithful in the exercise of sacred power: towards a theological and canonical understanding of the mutual orientation in the sign of Christ, (Gregorian diss. 6548, 2017) 489 pp.

 

 • Rogelio Ayala-Partida (Mexican =, =), Accountability in the Exercise of Diocesan Pastoral Care: the Functioning and Monitoring of Selected Ecclesiastical Offices, (CUA diss. 571, 2009) 532 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 811-812.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Piero Marcui, = "Gli Uffici Ecclesiatici nel nuovo Codice di diritto Canonico", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 86-95.=

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0145; definition of and scope of authority within ecclesiastical office; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chapter 1 - Provision of Ecclesiastical Office, cc. 146-156.

 

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Canon 0146; provision is only means of acquiring ecclesiastical office; ─

 

Canon 0147; four means of acquiring ecclesiastical office─

 

Canon 0148; authority over office includes authority to provide for it; ─

 

Canon 0149; requisites for the provision of office, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Antonio García Cerrada (Mexican priest, =-2008), Evolución histórico-jurídica de la simonía confidencial, (Gregorian diss. 2949, 1981) 93 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 149 is referenced in Canon 179.

 

Canon 0150; offices with full care of souls, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Michael Cote, “‘Cura animarum’ according to Vatican II”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

Canon 0151; grave cause required to defer provision of offices with full care of souls; ─

 

Canon 0152; incompatible offices should not be conferred on an individual; ─

 

Canon 0153; provision of office not vacant is invalid; ─

 

Canon 0154; conferral of vacant office illegitimately retained; ─

 

Canon 0155; conferral of office by subordinate of higher authority; ─

 

Canon 0156; provision of office to be made in writing; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 1, Article 1 - Free conferral, c. 157.

 

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Canon 0157; generally diocesan bishops freely confer offices in their dioceses; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 1, Article 2 - Presentation, cc. 158-163.

 

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Canon 0158; authority to make and timing of presentation, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 158 is referenced in Canon 162.

 

Canon 0159; one being presented has eight useful days to decline presentation; ─

 

Canon 0160; multiple presentations can be made, but not self-presentation; ─

 

Canon 0161; process in case of presentation of one unsuitable or one who renounces, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 161 is referenced in Canon 162.

 

Canon 0162; loss of right of presentation and consequent process; ─

 

Canon 0163; authority to install one approved for installation; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 1, Article 3 - Election, cc. 164-179.

 

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 ― Notes

 

  Canons 165-178 are referenced in Canon 424.

  Canons 165-179 are referenced in Canon 158.

 

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Canon 0164; introduction to norms on election; ─

 

Canon 0165; elections for office should take place within three months of notice of vacancy; ─

 

Canon 0166; norms on convocation of electors, consequences for failure to convoke, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 166 is referenced in Canon 127.

 

Canon 0167; generally elector must be physically present to cast vote; ─

 

Canon 0168; no one may cast more than one ballot per vote; ─

 

Canon 0169; non-members of group acting as electors invalidate elections; ─

 

Canon 0170; impeded elections are invalid; ─

 

Canon 0171; who is unqualified to vote and consequences of their voting nonetheless; ─

 

Canon 0172; conditions for validity of vote; ─

 

Canon 0173; role of tellers; ─

 

Canon 0174; conditions for voting by compromise; ─

 

Canon 0175; revocation of compromise agreements; ─

 

Canon 0176; one is generally elected upon securing requisite number of votes and must be so announced; ─

 

Canon 0177; norms on acceptance or refusal of election, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 177 is referenced in Canon 183.

 

Canon 0178; norms for post-election conferral or merely right to office; ─

 

Canon 0179; norms for seeking confirmation of election to office; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 1, Article 4 - Postulation, cc. 180-183.

 

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Canon 0180; postulation is a method of voting for one impeded from serving; ─

 

Canon 0181; super-majority of votes required for postulation; ─

 

Canon 0182; postulation to be presented to competent authority within eight days of voting; ─

 

Canon 0183; consequences of rejection or acceptance of postulation; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chapter 2 - Loss of ecclesiastical office, cc. 184-186.

 

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Canon 0184; six ways office can be lost; ─

 

Canon 0185; title of emeritus; ─

 

Canon 0186; requirement of written communication for certain kinds of loss of office; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 2, Article 1 - Resignation, cc. 187-189.

 

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Canon 0187; basic norm on resignation; ─

 

Canon 0188; factors invalidating resignation; ─

 

Canon 0189; requirements for resignation; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 2, Article 2 - Transfer, cc. 190-191.

 

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Canon 0190; authority and process for making transfer; ─

 

Canon 0191; prior office becomes vacant upon possession of latter office; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 2, Article 3 - Removal, cc. 192-195.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gerhard Hörting (=, 1972-), Amotio und Privatio: zwei Formen des Verlustes eines seelsorgischen Amtes, (Antonianum diss. 152, 2010) lix-226 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canons 192-195 are referenced in Canon 318.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0192; removal takes place by decree or by law; ─

 

Canon 0193; restrictions on removal from certain kinds of offices, as follows:

 

 ― Papal

 

  Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Come una madre (4 jun 2016), AAS 108 (2016) 715-717. ▪ English trans. here. / Synopsis: Factors warranting and procedures to be followed in removing diocesan bishop or eparchs from office. / Cites: CIC 193, 368; CCEO 313, 975. /bis.

 

Canon 0194; removal by operation of law, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 194 is referenced in Canons 192, 1364, 1394.

 

Canon 0195; one removed by decree can receive suitable post-removal support; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 9, Chap 2, Article 4 - Privation, cc. 196.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gerhard Hörting (=, 1972-), Amotio und Privatio: zwei Formen des Verlustes eines seelsorgischen Amtes, (Antonianum diss. 152, 2010) lix-226 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0196; privation operates only as penalty; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 10 - Prescription, cc. 197-199.

 

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 ― Notes

 

  Canons 197-199 are referenced in Canon 1268.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0197; general canonization of civil law on prescription; ─

 

Canon 0198; prescription generally requires good faith; ─

 

Canon 0199; seven institutes not subject to prescription; ─

 

 

Bk I, Title 11 - Computation of time, cc. 200-203.

 

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Canon 0200; introduction to canons on computation of time; ─

 

Canon 0201; description of continuous and available time; ─

 

Canon 0202; definitions of day, week, month, and year; ─

 

Canon 0203; computation of days; ─

 

 

BOOK II - People of God, cc. 204-746

 

Bk II, Part 1 - Christian faithful, cc. 204-329.

 

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 ― Semi-Official

 

 • International Theological Commission, "Propositions on the Dignity and Rights of the Human Person" (no date), ITC Texts and Documents I: 251-266. Cites: 0208, 0747.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Piero Bonnet, “The ‘Christifidelis’ restored to his role as human protagonist in the Church”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 540-567.

 

 • Mario Condorelli, “I fedeli nel nuovo Codex iuris canonici", in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 319-334.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0204; broken out by its two paragraphs, to wit.

 

 ▲ Canon 204 § 1, basic notion of the Christian faithful, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Kyano Umba (=, =), La notion de peuple de Dieu dans le nouveau Code: une notion unifiante de la normative canonique?, (Urbanianum diss. 194, 2000) 190 pp.

 

  Renato Coronelli (Italian priest, 1962-), Incorporazione alla Chiesa e Comunione. Aspetti teologici e canonici dell'appartenenza alla Chiesa, (Gregorian diss. 4653, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-833-0) 452 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Ngolo Polydore Bope Bope (=, =), La participation des fidèles laïcs a la fonction sacerdotale du Christ selon le canon 204 § 1: étude juridique pour un laïcat responsable et dynamique en R. D. du Congo, (Urbanianum diss. 162, 1998) viii-152 pp (part).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Piero Bonnet, “The ‘Christifidelis’ restored to his role as human protagonist in the Church”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 540-567.

 

 ▲ Canon 204 § 2, subsistence of the Church in the Catholic Church, as follows:

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Francis Sullivan, The significance of the Vatican II declaration that the Church of Christ ‘subsists in’ the Roman Catholic Church", in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 272-287.

 

Canon 0205; notion of 'full incorporation' into the Church, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • José Fernando Alvarez Salgado (= priest, =), La plena comunión en el canon 205 del CIC de 1983, (Javeriana diss., 2014) 90 pp.

 

 • Ignatius D'Costa (=, =), Ecclesiology of communion: its application in the diocese of Rajshahi in the light of canon law, (Urbanianum diss. 170, 1998) xiv-368 pp.

 

 • Gerald Murray (=, =), Incorporation into and defection from the catholic church according to the code of canon law, (Gregorian diss. 4475, 1997) viii-199 pp (part).

 

Canon 0206; catechumens, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Peter Machado (Indian priest, 1954-), The catechumenate and its canonical implications: (with special reference to can. 788), (Urbanianum diss. 146, 1997) xxi-193 pp. ▪ Biograph. /bis.

 

Canon 0207; basic categories of clerics, lay, and religious, as follows:

 

 ― Semi-Official

 

 • Julián Herranz, "The juridical status of the laity the contribution of the conciliar documents and the 1983 Code of Canon Law" (10 oct 1985), Communicationes 17 (1985) 287-315.

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title I - Obligations and rights of all Christian faithful, cc. 208-223.

 

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 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • James Coriden (American priest, 1932-), The Rights of Catholics in the Church (Paulist, 2007) 145 pp.

 

 • James Coriden, “Reflections on canonical rights”, in Ius Sequitur (1991) 21-36.

 

 • Roger Kenyon, “The Ecclesial Rights Forum”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 355-373. /ter.

 

 • Tarcisio Bertone, "Sistematica del libro II. I ‘Christifidelies’ doveri e diritti fondamentali", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 96-106.

 

 • Andrea Boni, "Le fonti di diritto nella struttura del nuovo CIC", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 34-62.

 

 ― Other

 

 • Russell Shaw (American layman, 1935-), Understanding Your Rights your rights and responsibilities in the Catholic Church (Servant, 1994) 226 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0208; fundamental equality; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Fernando Retamal (Chilean =, =), La igualdad fundamental de los fieles en la Iglesia según la constitución dogmática Lumen gentium: estudio de las fuentes, (Gregorian diss. 2942, 1980) 368 pp.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Joan Range, “Women, Law-making, and the New Code of Canon Law”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 105-114.

 

Canon 0209; obligation to maintain communion; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Paolo Paulumbo (=, 1980-), L’obbligo di conservare sempre la communion con la Chiesa a norma del can. 209 § 1, (Antonianum diss. 160, 2014) 147 pp (part).

 

 • Robert Kaslyn (American Jesuit, =), Canonical communion: A reading of Canon 209 § 1, (SPU/USP diss., 1992) 294. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Monograph, Communion with the Church (1994) 297 pp. / Reviews: R. Kress, The Jurist 55 (1995) 427-430; J. Coriden, Studia Canonica 31 (1997) 248-250

 

Canon 0210; sanctification in daily life; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―
 

 • Rosemary Smith (American religious, =), Lay Persons and the Munus Sanctificandi: Legal Development from the Second Vatican Council to the Revised Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 512, 1984) 334 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 492-493.

 

Canon 0211; duty and right to evangelize; ─

 

Canon 0212; broken out by it three paragraphs, to wit:

 

 ▲ Canon 212 § 1, obligation of obedience, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mónica Sáenz Amaguaya (= religious, 1976-), El deber de obediencia cristiana de los fieles a los pastores sagrados: aspectos jurídico-pastorales del canon 212 § 1 para el tiempo presente, (Antonianum diss. 157, 2013) 265 pp (part).

 

 ▲ Canon 212 § 2, communication of needs; ─

 

 ▲ Canon 212 § 3, expression of opinion; ─

 

Canon 0213; right to spiritual good of the Church; ─

 

Canon 0214; rights to worship and spirituality; as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), let. Orationis formas (15 oct 1989), AAS 82 (1990) 362-379. Eng. on-line here.

 

Canon 0215; right to freedom of association; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Rubén Cabrera López (Mexican priest, 1967-), El derecho de asociación del presbítero diocesano, (Gregorian diss. ≠, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-952-8) 236 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis.

 

 • Yohannes Lon (Indonesian priest, 1959-), The right of association and its application to secular priests, (SPU/USP diss., 1996) 292 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Antonius Meijers (Dutch layman, 1955-), Das katholische Vereinsrecht entsprechend dem neuen kirchlichen Gesetzbuch, (Gregorian diss. 3595, 1989) 108 pp (part). qq /bis.

 

Canon 0216; right to engage in apostolic undertakings, restrictions on use of name "Catholic"; ─

 

Canon 0217; basic right to Christian education; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Peter Hilger (=, =), Das Recht auf christliche Erziehung: Eine Untersuchung der Genese von "Gravissimum Educationis" im Hinblick auf can. 217/CIC 1983, (Gregorian diss. 3647, 1990) 225 pp (part)

 

Canon 0218; right to academic freedom; as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), doc. Agendi ratio (29 jun 1997), AAS 89 (1997) 830-835. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Procedures for doctrinal examinations.

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), instr. Donum veritatis (24 mai 1990), AAS 82 (1990) 1550-1570. Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: On the ecclesial vocation of the theologian.

 

 ― Semi-Official

 

 • International Theological Commission, "Theses on the Relationship between the Ecclesiastical Magisterium and Theology" (no date), ITC Texts and Documents I: 129-141. ▪ /bis.

 

 ― Particular ―

 

 • NCCB, "Doctrinal responsibilities approaches to promoting cooperation and resolving misunderstandings between bishops and theologians", Origins 19/7 (29 jun 1989) 97, 99-110.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Justin Wachs (American priest, 1978-), ‘Obsequium’ in the Church: from tradition to Council, code, liturgy, and contemporary application, (Gregorian diss. 6213, 2013) 335 pp. ▪ /quatter.

 

 • Bolesław Orłowski (= priest, 1955), Il diritto alla libertà nella ricerca teologica: (per un chiarimento del canone 218), (Gregorian diss. 6032, 2011) 174 pp (part).

 

  Tomasz Grysa (Polish priest, =), Procedure per l'esame delle dottrine emanate dalla Santa Sede negli anni 1897-1997, (Gregorian diss. 4866, 2001) 113 pp (part). Biograph.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Joseph Ratzinger (German prelate, 1927-), The Nature and Mission of Theology (Ignatius, 1995) 130 pp. Walker trans. of Ratzinger’s Wesen und Auftrag der Theologie (1993).

 

 • James Mulligan, Theologians and Authority within the Living Magisterium (Pope John Center, 1986) 139 pp.

 

 • L. O'Donovan, ed., Cooperation between Theologians and the Ecclesiastical Magisterium a Report of the Joint Committee of the CLSA and the CTSA, (Canon Law Society of America, 1982) 189 pp. ▪ Review: J. Komonchak, The Jurist 42 (1980) 566-568.

 

 • Christopher Derrick (English layman, 1921-2007), Church Authority and Intellectual Freedom (Ignatius, 1981) 113 pp.

 

Canon 0219; right to self-determination; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Federico Mantaras Ruiz-Berdejo (Spanish priest, 1967-), Discernimiento vocacional y derecho a la intimidad en el candidato al presbiterado diocesano, (Gregorian diss. 5300, 2005, ISBN 978-88-7839-019-5) 492 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis.

 

Canon 0220; rights to reputations and privacy; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Thomas Meckel, The Development, the Importance and the Enforceability of the Right of Good Reputation and Privacy c. 220, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2012) xxii-50 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 Alessandro Perego (=, =), La buona fama nella vita ecclesiale e la sua protezione nell'ordinamento canonico, (Gregorian diss. 5093, 2003) 373 pp.

 

 • Michael Bradley (=, =), Nemini Licet … Ius Cuiusque Personae Ad Propriam Intimitatem Tuendam Violare: a study of the exercise of and the limitations upon the right to protect privacy in the Roman Catholic Church, (KU Leuven diss., 2002) 287 pp.

 

 • Kevin McKenna (American priest, 1950-), The right of confidentiality and diocesan clergy personnel records, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 233 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Diane Barr (American laywoman, 1958-) The right to one's reputation: applicable legislation in the United States of America, (SPU/USP diss., 1993) 229 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 220 is referenced in Canon 642.

 

Canon 0221; basic procedural rights; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Federica Dotti (Italian religious, 1967-), Diritti della difesa e contraddittorio: garanzia di un giusto processo? Spunti per una riflessione comparata del processo canonico e statale, (Gregorian diss. 5307, 2005, ISBN 978-88-7839-021-8) 285 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Kurt Martens (Belgian layman, 1973-), Rechtsbescherming in de Kerk. Een onderzoek naar ontwikkeling en aanwezigheid van rechtsmiddelen tegen overheidsbeslissingen in de Rooms-Katholieke Kerk., (KU Leuven diss., 2004) 499 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Jiri Kasny (Czech layman, 1958), The Right of Defense in Administrative Procedures: a Comparative and Analogical Study, (CUA diss. 555, 1998) 262 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 58 (1998) 530. /bis.

 

 • Paolo Montini (=, =), La difesa dei diritti dei fedeli nella chiesa: il danno e la sua riparazione nella Giustizia Amministrativa Canonica, (Gregorian diss. 4410, 1997) 63 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Richard John Barrett (=, =), The capacity to act in court against an administrative act which injures. A group of the christian faithful in its juridical sphere, (Gregorian diss. 4239, 1996) xi-183 pp (part). ▪ /ter.

 

 • Thomas Paprocki (American priest, 1952-), Vindication and defense of the rights of the Christian faithful through administrative recourse in the local church, (Gregorian diss. 3726, 1991 xiii-344 pp. Biograph. /bis.

 

 • Grzegorz Erlebach (=, =), La nullità della sentenza giudiziale "Ob ius defensionis denegatum" nella giurisprudenza rotale, (Gregorian diss. 3678, 1990) 102 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Philip Reifenberg, “The NCCB document On Due Process in light of the 1983 Codex Iuris Canonici”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983). /bis.

 

Canon 0222; obligation to assist with needs of the Church and to promote social justice, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Lonema Dz’djo Fabien (Congolese priest, 1962-), Devoir et droit des fidèles chrétiens de subvenir aux nécessités de l’Eglise dans la perspective de l’Exhortation Apostolique Ecclesia in Africa, (= 2005).= pp. ▪ Biograph. /bis.

 

 • Joseph Sserunjogi (Ugandan priest, =), Self-support of the local church based on canon 222 §§ 1-2 and the apostolic exhortation Ecclesia in Africa with special reference to Uganda, (Urbanianum diss. 173, 1998) xxxi-329 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 222 is referenced in Canon 1261.

 

Canon 0223; regulation of rights; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • David Zwifka (American Anglican cleric, =), Regulation of the Rights of Individuals for the Common Good: an Analysis of Canon 223 § 2 in Light of American Constitutional Law as Articulated in the Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States, (CUA diss. 552, 1997) 409 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 57 (1997) 564-565.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Cormac Burke (Irish prelate, 1927-), Authority and Freedom in the Church (Ignatius, 1988) 235 pp. Review: E. Peters, Studia Canonica 24 (1990) 241-243, on-line here.

 

 • Raffaele Botta, “Bonum commune Ecclesiae ed esercizio dei diritti fondamentali del fedele nel nuovo Codice de diritto canonico”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 819 [No summary].

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 2 - Obligations and rights of lay Christian faithful, cc. 224-231.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. exhor. Christifideles laici (30 dec 1988), AAS 81 (1989) 393-521. Eng. on-line here [Nb: footnotes missing from English].

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Álvaro González Alonso (=, =), La definición de laico en el Código de derecho canónico de 1983, (Santa Croce diss., 2014, ISBN 9788883333378) 256 pp.

 

 • Michele Hugonnet, Obligations and Rights of the Lay Christian Faithful: their origin, nature and application in the Code of Canon Law 1983, (KU Leuven MA Thesis, 2012). Note: MA in Canon Law.

 

  Damián Astigueta (Argentine Jesuit, 1957-), La noción de laico desde el Concilio Vaticano II al CIC 83. El laico: 'sacramento de la Iglesia y del mundo', (Gregorian diss. 4639, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-834-7) 300 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Eugenio Zanetti (Italian priest, 1958-), La nozione di 'laico' nel dibattito preconciliare. Alle radici di una svolta significativa e problematica, (Gregorian diss. 4519, 1998, ISBN 978-88-7652-795-1) 404 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Rafael Macaranas (Indonesian priest, =), Active lay participation in the life and mission of the church according to the Second Plenary Council of the Philippines, (SPU/USP diss., 1994) 231 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Louis Ligier, “‘Lay Ministries’ and their foundations in the document of Vatican II”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 160-176.

 

 • Giovanni Magnani, “Does the so-called theology of the laity possess a theological status?”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 568-633.

 

 • Pio Ciprotti, "I laici nel nuovo Codice di diritto canonico", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 107-117.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0224; introduction to norms on lay right and obligations; ─

 

Canon 0225; lay initiatives, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Alexis Lawson (= Franciscan, 1969-), L'animation chrétienne de l'ordre temporel et spécialment de l'order politique comme devoir propre du fidèle laïc (cf. can. 225 § 2), (Antonianum diss. 156, 2011) 155 pp (part).

 

  María Teresa Fernández Conde (Spanish religious, 1967-), La misión profética de los laicos del Concilio Vaticano II a nuestros días. El laico,'signo profético' en los ámbitos de la Iglesia y del mundo, (Gregorian diss. 4912, 2001, ISBN 978-88-7652-895-8) 356 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Lambert Bainomugisha (Ugandan priest, 1961-), The role of the lay Christian faithful in the mission of the Church in Mbarara Archdiocese (Uganda) in light of its first synod, (SPU/USP diss., 2000) 256 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Firmino David (=, =), O papel dos leigos na Igreja do Huambo e sua formação à luz dos cânn. 225 e 229 e da "Christifideles laici": (estudo histórico-jurídico-pastoral), (Urbanianum diss. 164, 1998) 205 pp. /bis.

 

 • Pingal Linus Ekka (= priest, =), Apostolate of Oraon Christian tribals in the church of Chotanagpur: juridico-pastoral study of Can. 225 § 1, (Urbanianum diss. 163, 1998) 158 pp.

 

 • Rosemary Smith (American religious, =), Lay Persons and the 'Munus Sanctificandi': Legal Development from the Second Vatican Council to the Revised Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 512, 1984) 334 pp., ▪ Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 492-493.

 

 • Norbert Weis (German priest, 1950-), Das prophetische Amt der Laien in der Kirche: eine rechtstheologische Untersuchung anhand dreier Dokumente des Zweiten Vatikanischen Konzils, (Gregorian diss. = 1981) 491 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0226; married persons and parents, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Anthony Omenihu, The Rights and Obligations of Parents With Regard to the Education of Their Children in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (KU Leuven MA thesis 2008) xvi, 52 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Agbo René Agbo (=, =), Devoir et droit des parents chretiens d'eduquer chretiennement leurs enfants selon le canon 226 § 2: essai d'application dans le domaine scolaire en Côte d'Ivoire: le cas de la FENAPEC (Féderation National des Associations des parents d'éleves et étudiants de l'enseignement catholique), (Urbanianum diss. 177, 1999) 147 pp (part).

 

 • Kanda Almeida (Angolan priest, 1959-), A participação dos cônjuges na edificação do povo de Deus, a teor do cân. 226: referência especial à associação "Familia, Igreja Doméstica" (FID) na diocese do Uije, (Urbanianum diss. 167, 1998) 225 pp. Biograph.

 

 • François Abey Abonga (Ivory Coast priest, =), La catéchèse familiale dans l'édification du peuple de Dieu selon le Code de 1983: essai d'application pastorale au cas de l'association famille chretienne d'Abidjan, (Urbanianum diss. 137, 1996) 211 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Paul Baillargeon (Canadian priest, 1951-), The canonical rights and duties of parents in the education of their children, (SPU/USP diss., 1986) 375 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /ter.

 

 • Ann Prew-Winters, “The role of Christian parents in the Church’s teaching mission according to the 1980 Schema in light of Vatican II and post-Conciliar teaching”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983). ▪ /ter.

 

Canon 0227; freedom in regard to earthly affairs, as follows:

 

 ― Particular ―

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), doc. Circa alcune questioni riguardanti l’impegno e il comportamento dei cattolici nella vita politica (24 nov 2002), AAS 96 (2004) 359-370.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Daniel Laurita, The Evolution and Devolution of the Catholic Voice in the Public Square, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2012) viii-71 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Jeffrey Staab (=, =), The Obligation of Clerics to Acknowledge and Foster the Mission of Lay Persons in Selected Institutes of Collaboration, (CUA diss. 566, 2008) 688 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 625-626.

 

  Stefano Mazzotti (Italian priest, =), La libertà dei fedeli laici nelle realtà temporali (c. 227 C. I. C.), (Gregorian diss. 5653, 2007, ISBN 978-88-7839-101-7) 336 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Roberto Aspe Hinojosa (= priest, 1965-), La libertad de conciencia: un estudio filosófico-canónico, (Gregorian diss. 5472, 2006) 235 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

Canon 0228; suitable laity to be admitted to ecclesiastical offices and advisory roles; ─

 

Canon 0229; laity's right and obligation to seek a Christian education and pursue advanced studies, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Firmino David (=, =), O papel dos leigos na Igreja do Huambo e sua formação à luz dos cânn. 225 e 229 e da "Christifideles laici": (estudo histórico-jurídico-pastoral), (Urbanianum diss. 164, 1998) 205 pp. /bis.

 

Canon 0230; lay liturgical ministers, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

 • [PCLT] (Fagiolo), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 0230] (11 jul 1992), AAS 86 (1994) 541. Synopsis: Both men an women can serve at the altar according to instructions coming form the Holy See.

 

 • Cong. for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments (Javierre Ortas), inst. [re Can. 0230] (15 mar 1994), AAS 86 (1994) 542. Synopsis: Women are eligible for certain kinds of service at the altar but bishops have no duty to admit them.

 

 ― Particular

 

 • [USCCB], Compl. norm re Canon 230 § 1 (10 jul 2000), here. ▪ Synopsis: Prerequisites for installation into ministry of lector or acolyte.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Steven Harris (American priest, =), The exercise of liturgical functions by the renewed laity, (Gregorian diss. 3640, 1990) 339 pp. ▪ /bis

 

 • Elissa Rinere (American religious, =), The Term "Ministry" as Applied to the Laity in the Documents of Vatican II, Post Conciliar Documents of the Apostolic See, and the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 519, 1986) 383 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 667-668.

 

 • Brian Sparksman (= priest, =), The Minister of Music in the Western Church, (CUA diss. 502, 1981) 389 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 505-507.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 230 is referenced in Canon 910.

 

Canon 0231; lay ecclesiastical employees, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gidey Syoum Halibo (Ethiopian priest, 1969-), Canon Law and Civil Law with Regard to Employment Relationship Management in the Catholic Diocese of Adigrat in Ethiopia. Integrated Model for Employment Relationship Management, (KU Leuven diss., 2015) 256 pp. Overview here.

 

  Dennis Xulu Bonginkosi, Protection of the Rights of Church Employees is also a Mandate of Justice and Peace Commissions: A challenge to the Catholic Church in South Africa, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2010) ix-53 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 3 - Sacred Ministers or Clerics, cc. 232-293.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 3, Chapter 1 - Formation of clerics, cc. 232-264.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), let. Ad seminaristas missa (18 oct 2010), Communicationes 42 (2010) 233-238.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. exh. Pastores dabo vobis (15 mar 1992), AAS 84 (1992) 657-804. Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT], Observationes aliquae Secretariae Synodus [de sacerdotum formatione] (1 oct 1990), Communicationes 22 (1990) 320-326.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Serge Tidjani (Benin priest, 1971-), La formation des prêtres au Bénin à la lumière du code de droit canonique 1983, (SPU/USP diss., 2009) 384 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Richard Moth, The Foundation and Development of the English Seminaries: a Response to Canonical Legislation, (SPU-USP MA Thesis, 1987) vii-178 pp.

 

 • John Barry (=, 1948-), Ecclesial norms for priestly formation, (SPU/USP diss., 1982) 504 pp.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Joseph White (American layman, =), The Diocesan Seminary in the United States: A History from the 1780s to the Present (Notre Dame Press, 1989) 489 pp. Biograph.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0232; declaration of Church's exclusive right to form clerics; ─

 

Canon 0233; duty to foster vocations rests on whole Christian community in various ways; ─

 

Canon 0234; minor seminaries emphasis on humanities and sciences, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Günther Geis (German priest, 1938-), Die kleinen Seminare von Optatam totius zum Codex Iuris Canonici von 1983, (Gregorian diss. 3334, 1986) 154 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0235; formation within or without major seminaries is last four years; ─

 

Canon 0236; formation for permanent diaconate to last three years; ─

 

Canon 0237; diocesan seminaries preferred, but interdiocesan can be established with approvals; ─

 

Canon 0238; seminaries are juridic persons represent by rectors; ─

 

Canon 0239; several offices within the seminary; ─

 

Canon 0240; kinds of, and roles of, confessors; ─

 

Canon 0241; prerequisites for admission to seminary, as follows:

 

― Particular ―

 

 • [USCCB], "Norms concerning reapplication for priestly formation",  (no date), on-line here.

 

Canon 0242; national programs for priestly formation; ─

 

Canon 0243; seminary to have rule adapting national program; ─

 

Canon 0244; spiritual and doctrinal formation to be coordinated;─

 

Canon 0245; spiritual formation in seminaries, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mark Bartchak (American priest, 1955-), Responsibility for Providing Spiritual Formation in Diocesan Seminaries According to the 1983 Code of Canon Law, with Special reference to the United States, (CUA diss. 540, 1992) 370 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 52 (1992) 739.

 

Canon 0246; liturgical, devotional, and sacramental life of seminarian; ─

 

Canon 0247; frank education toward celibacy and other burden of clerical life; ─

 

Canon 0248; doctrinal formation oriented toward announcing Gospel; ─

 

Canon 0249; language study in seminaries, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), m.p. Latina Lingua permagni (10 nov 2012), AAS 104 (2012) 991-995. Synopsis: Refounding the Pontifical Academy for Latin.

 

Canon 0250; two yeas of philosophy and four years of theology; ─

 

Canon 0251; philosophical study in seminaries, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for Catholic Education (Grocholewski), decr. Ad operam intendens (1 feb 2011) AAS 103 (2011) 145-161. Cites: 0251, (0815). / Synopsis: Philosophy curriculum. /bis.

 

Canon 0252; theological studies in seminary, as follows:

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Antonio Orbe, “The study of the Fathers of the Church in priestly formation”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 361-377.

 

Canon 0253; qualifications and specializations of seminary faculty; ─

 

Canon 0254; courses to be taught in unified manner, coordinated by director of studies; ─

 

Canon 0255; pastoral instruction in seminary, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 255 is referenced in Canon 672.

 

Canon 0256; instruction in sacred ministry itself; ─

 

Canon 0257; instruction to stress service to local and universal Church; ─

 

Canon 0258; pastoral practice to be offered; ─

 

Canon 0259; bishop(s) to be actively involve din seminary life; ─

 

Canon 0260; rectors are in charge; ─

 

Canon 0261; all seminary leadership figures are to watch over discipline; ─

 

Canon 0262; seminary exempt from parishes, rector generally serves as pastor, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 262 is referenced in Canon 558.

 

Canon 0263; bishop(s) to provide for needs of seminary; ─

 

Canon 0264; seminary tax; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 3, Chapter 2 - Enrollment or incardination of clerics, cc. 265-272.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Roger Keeler (Canadian priest, =), The Pastoral Office of Priests and its Relationship to the Canonical Institute of Incardination, (SPU/USP diss., 2007) 275. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Michael Mullaney (Irish priest, =), Incardination and the Universal Dimension of the Priestly Ministry. A Comparison Between CIC 17 and CIC 83, (Gregorian diss. 5016, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-938-2) 276 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

► Topics by canon. As follows

 

Canon 0265; all clerics must be incardinated; ─

 

Canon 0266; diaconal ordination and incardination into an institution, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Ciro Mezzogori (Italian priest, 1978-), Vocazione sacerdotale e incardinazione nei movimenti ecclesiali. Una questione aperta, (Gregorian diss. 6156, 2012, ISBN 978-88-7839-232-8) 520 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 266 is referenced in Canons 268, 715.

 

Canon 0267; for process for change of incardination; ─

 

Canon 0268; change of incardination by operation of law, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mark O'Connell (American priest, 1964), The Mobility of Secular Clerics and Incardination: Canon 268 § 1, (Santa Croce diss., 2002, ISBN 8883330471) 280 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0269; criteria guiding arch/bishop's decision to accept a cleric's request for incardination; ─

 

Canon 0270; factors permitting or requiring arch/bishop's consent to excardination and cleric's right of recourse against refusals; ─

 

Canon 0271; secular priests in missionary areas, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial
 

 • Cong. for the Evangelization of Peoples (Tomko), instr. La missione universale (25 apr 2001), AAS 93 (2001) 641-647. ▪ Eng. on-line here.
 

 • Cong. for the Clergy (Oddi), doc. Postquam apostoli (25 mar 1980), AAS 72 (1980) 343-364. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Examination of the need for a better distribution of clergy in home arch/diocese and in mission territories.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Wojciech A. Łapczyński (Polish priest, =), The juridical status of 'fidei donum' priests: the Archdiocese of Lusaka in Zambia, an example of application, (Urbanianum diss., 2010) 266 pp.

 

 ― Other

 

 • Some organizations (e.g., Missionary Society of St. James) facilitate the temporary assignment of priests into mission territories.

 

Canon 0272; restrictions on arch/diocesan administrators in this area, as follows:

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 3, Chapter 3 - Obligations and rights of clerics, cc 273-289.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0273; clerical respect and obedience, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Fernado Engel, “The disciplinary power of the bishop upon his clergy”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2003).

 

 • Pascal Guezodje (Benin priest, =), L'obéissance canonique des clercs diocesains à la lumière de Vatican II et du Code de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 3937, 1993) x-131 pp (part).

 

 • Francis Schneider (American priest, 1956-), Obedience to the Bishop by the Diocesan Priest in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 533, 1990) 368 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 651-652.

 

 • Zenon Jarzabek (= priest, =), La relazione vescovo-presbitero nel Concilio Vaticano II fonte del nuovo codice, (Gregorian diss. 3622, 1990) 114 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

Canon 0274; clerical ministry in general, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Jerome Opuehi, Priestly Ministry and Ecclesial Mission: its canonical implications, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2011) xx-68 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

Canon 0275; unity among clergy, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Jacob Aruputhasamy (=, 1971-), Fraternity and mutual cooperation among the clergy: juridical and pastoral study of canon 275 § 1 of CIC 1983, (Urbanianum diss., 2009) x-112 pp (part).

 

 • Julien Kaboré (= priest, =), Les prêtres artisans de la communion, (Gregorian diss. 5231, 2004), 83 pp (part).

 

Canon 0276; clerical holiness, as follows:

 

 ― Particular

 

 • USCCB, Compl. norm re Canon 276 § 2 n. 3 (2009), here. ▪ Synopsis: Permanent deacons should pray Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, pray for the whole Church, and lead their communities in prayer when possible.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 276 is referenced in Canons 663, 1174.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Edward Pfnausch (American priest, 1942-2013), The Relationship between Ministry and Holiness in the Life of the Diocesan Priest: An Interpretation of Canon 276 § 2 n. 1 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 543, 1994) 214 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 54 (1994) 751-752.

 

 • Daniel Krettek, “The call to holiness and spiritual obligations of priests in the Code of Canon Law and Presbyterorum ordinis: a comparative study”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

Canon 0277; clerical continence and celibacy, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Prudentius Emeka Aroh (Nigerian priest, 1971-), Priestly celibacy: a gift and a commitment (can. 277 § 1): adaptation to Igbo culture, Nigeria, (Gregorian diss. 6306, 2014) 413 pp.

 

 • Anthony McLaughlin (Irish/American priest, =)The Obligation of Perfect and Perpetual Continence and Married Deacons in the Latin Church, (CUA diss. 573, 2010) 350 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 522-523.

 

 • Jair Ferreira Pena (Brazilian priest, =), O celibato, ‘Peculiare Dei donum’ aos clérigos (c. 277 § 1 ), (Gregorian diss. 3941, 1993) 392 pp.

 

 • Roman Cholij (priest, 1956-), Married clergy and ecclesiastical continence in light of the Council in Trullo (691), (Gregorian diss. 3606, 1989) xi-226 pp. ▪ Monograph: Clerical Celibacy in East and West (Fowler, 1988) xiv-226. / Review: J. Coriden, Jurist 52 (1992) 757-759.

 

 • Paul Wienhoff, “The celibacy of deacons”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983). /bis.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Gary Selin (American priest, =), Priestly Celibacy: Theological Foundations, (CUA, 2016) xxi-210 pp.

 

 • P. Stravinskas, ed., Priestly Celibacy its Scriptural, historical, spiritual, and psychological roots (Newman House, 2001) 171 pp.

 

 • Stefan Heid (German priest, 1961-), Celibacy in the Early Church the beginnings of a discipline of obligatory continence for clerics in East and West, (Ignatius Press, 2000) 376 pp. Miller trans. of Heid's Zölibat in der frühen Kirche Die Anfänge einer Enthaltsamkeitsplicht für Kleriker in Ost und West (1997).

 

 • Alfons Maria Stickler (Austrian prelate, 1910-2007), The Case for Clerical Celibacy, (Ignatius Press, 1995) 106 pp. Ferme trans. of Stickler's Seine Entwicklungsgeshichte und seine theologischen Grundlagen (1993).

 

 • Christian Cochini (French Jesuit, 1929- ), The Apostolic Origins of Priestly Celibacy, (Ignatius Press, 1990) 469 pp. Marans trans. of Cochini's Origens apostoliques du célibat sacerdotal (1981).

 

 • Giuseppe Versaldi, “Priestly celibacy from the canonical and psychological points of view”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 131-157.

 

 ― Other ―

 

 • Canonlaw.info, The obligation of perfect and perpetual continence binds all Western clerics, here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 277 is referenced in Canon 672.

 

Canon 0278; clerical right of association, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Rubén Cabrera López (Mexican priest, 1967-), El derecho de asociación del presbítero diocesano, (Gregorian diss. ≠, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-952-8) 236 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis.

 

 • Yohannes Lon (=, =), The right of association and its application to secular priests, (SPU/USP diss., 1996), =., ▪ =. /bis.

 

Canon 0279; clerical studies, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • John Duarte (American priest, =), The Diocesan Bishop’s Solicitude for the Intellectual Life of Diocesan Priests, (CUA diss. 547, 1996) 301 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 921. /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 279 is referenced in Canons 555, 672.

 

Canon 0280; clerical common life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Antonius Meijers (Dutch layman, 1955-), Das katholische Vereinsrecht entsprechend dem neuen kirchlichen Gesetzbuch, (Gregorian diss. 3595, 1989) 108 pp (part). qq Biograph. /bis.

 

 • Jeremiah McCarthy, “The ‘vita communis’ of the secular clergy from the 1917 Code to the 1983 Code of Canon Law”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

Canon 0281; clerical remuneration, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Steven Bulambo, Remuneration of priests, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xiii-47 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’. 

 

 • André Muamba Kalala (Congolese Benedictine, =), Le droit du clerc à la rémunération selon le c. 281 § 1 du cic 1983 et son application aux prêtres en paroisses au Congo-Kinshasa, (SPU/USP diss., 2010) 319 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Gabriel de Castro Tornero (=, =), La sustentación del clero secular en España, (Santa Croce diss., 2009, ISBN 9788883332234) 298 pp.

 

 • Mário Rui de Oliveira (Portuguese priest, 1973-), O direito a viver do Evangelho. Estudo jurídico-teológico sobre a Sustentação do Clero, (Gregorian diss. 5455, 2006, ISBN 978-88-7839-063-8) 365 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Robert Kiffman (Canadian priest, =), The implementation of canon law in Ontario regarding decent support for retired diocesan clergy, (SPU/USP diss., 2004) 364 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • John Hesch (American priest, =-1994), A Canonical Commentary on Selected Personnel Policies in the United States of America Regarding Decent Support of Diocesan Priests in Active Ministry, (CUA diss. 544, 1994) 323 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 54 (1994) 752-753.

 

 • Jean-René Aubain (Haitian priest, 1955-), La rémunération des prêtres diocésains avec application en Haïti, (SPU/USP diss., 1993) xiv-208 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • James Donlon (American priest, =), The Human Rights of Priests to Equitable Sustenance and to Mobility: An Evaluation of Canon Law from the Codex Juris Canonici to the Proposed Revision of the Code of Canon Law, (CUA diss. 510, 1984) 306 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 490-491.

 

 • Stanley Teixeira (=, =), Personnel Policies: A Canonical Commentary on Selected Clergy Personnel Policies in the United States of America, (CUA diss. 503 (1981), 241 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 507-509.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Velasio de Paolis, “The maintenance of the clergy from the Council to the Code”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 668-697.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 281 is referenced in Canon 1274.

 

Canon 0282; clerical simplicity of life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Adolfo Zambon (Italian priest, 1965-), Il consiglio evangelico della povertà nel ministero e nella vita del presbitero diocesano, (Gregorian diss. 4961, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-915-3) 400 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

Canon 0283; residence obligation and vacation rights of clergy; ─

 

Canon 0284; clerical garb, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), let., La cura (8 sep 1982), Communicationes 14 (1982) 114-115. ▪ Synopsis: The importance of clerical and religious garb as a witness. /bis.

 

 ― Particular

 

 • USCCB, Compl. norm re Canon 284 (1 nov 1999), here. ▪ Synopsis: US clerical dress is black suit and Roman collar, cassock at cleric's discretion

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Wolfgang Rothe (=, =), Die außerliturgische Klerikerkleidung nach can. 284 CIC. Eine rechtsgeschichtliche, rechtssystematische und rechtskritische Untersuchung, (LMU diss. 68, 2014) 540 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 284 is referenced in Canons 288, 669.

 

Canon 0285; clergy and civil responsibilities, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Emmanuel Rukundo (Rwandan priest, 1959-), Le ministre ordonné et la politique: essai d'interprétation des canons 285 § 3 et 287 appliquée à la réalité socio-politique du Rwanda, (Urbanianum diss. 187, 1999) 347 pp. ▪ Biograph. /bis.

 

 • Bernard Healey, “Exercising Civil Power: Clerics and Religious in Public Office: an examination of Canon 285 § 3”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1995).

 

 • Christopher Gaffney (English Redemptorist, 1946-), Priests, religious, and public office in the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 244 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 285 is referenced in Canons 288, 672, 1042.

 

Canon 0286; clergy in business or trade, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Michele Sardella (= Franciscan, 1982-), De negotiationibus et mercatura : la proibizione per i chierici di svolgere attività affaristiche e commerciali nell'evoluzione della normativa canonica (Can. 286), (Antonianum diss. 165, 2016) 158 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 286 is referenced in Canons 288, 672, 1042.

 

Canon 0287; clergy and fostering of peace and harmony, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Louis Martin Rakotoarilala (= priest, 1972-), Engagement des clercs a maintenir la paix et la concorde dans la justice selon le canon 287 § 1 dans la perspective de l'exhortation apostolique Africae munus, (Gregorian diss. 6523, 2016) 417 pp.


 • Domingos Sequeira (Timor priest, 1967-), Os Presbíteros Diocesanos e o seu Envolvimento na Politica: Proibição e Excepção. Estudio Historico-Canonico-Teologico, (Gregorian diss. 5173, 2004, ISBN 978-88-7652-978-8) 384 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Emmanuel Rukundo (Rwandan priest, 1959-), Le ministre ordonné et la politique: essai d'interprétation des canons 285 § 3 et 287 appliquée à la réalité socio-politique du Rwanda, (Urbanianum diss. 187, 1999) 347 pp. ▪ Biograph. /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 287 is referenced in Canons 288, 672.

 

Canon 0288; permanent deacons exempted from several clerical obligations;─

 

Canon 0289; clerics and candidates limitations regarding military service and civil functions, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 289 is referenced in Canon 672.

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 3, Chapter 4 - Loss of the clerical state, cc. 290-293.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0290; distinguished by its three numbers, to wit:

 

 ▪ Canon 290 n. 1, invalidity of ordination, as follows:

 

 ― Other

 

 ENP: See also 1983 CIC 1708-1712.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 290 n. 1 is referenced in Canon 291.

 

 ▪ Canon 290 n. 2, dismissal from the clerical state, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Secretariat of State, doc. Da diversi anni (17 dec 2009), AAS 102 (2010) 57-58. ▪ Synopsis: Dismissal from the clerical state of Abp. Emmanuel Milingo. / Cites: 0292, 0976, 1044, 1394, 1382.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Jerome Uyanguren Rosalinda (=, =), The dismissal from the clerical state due to voluntary and illicit abandonment of the ministry according to the third special faculty of 18 april 2009, (Angelicum diss. 3937, 2016) vii-215 xcc.

 

 • Adrian Bell, “The Dismissal of a Priest from the Clerical State in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse: the only means of justice exercised by the Church authority according to the 1983 Code of Canon Law”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1998). /bis.

 

 ▪ Canon 290 n. 3, petition for 'laicization', as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gerald Chylko, “The procedures for the laicization of priests, 1917-1983”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

Canon 0291; dispensations from celibacy, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Šeper), doc. "De modo procedendi in examine et resolutione petitionum quae dispensationem a caelibatu respiciunt" (14 oct 1980), AAS 72 (1980) 1132-1137. Eng. trans. CLD IX 92-99. 

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 291 is referenced in Canons 87, 292.

 

Canon 0292; other consequences of loss of clerical state; ─

 

Canon 0293; readmission to clerical sate requires rescript of Apostolic See; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 4 - Personal prelatures.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Ut sit (28 nov 1982) AAS 75/1 (1983) 423-425. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Establishment of Opus Dei as a personal prelature.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [Sacred] Cong. for Bishops (Baggio), decl. "De Praelatura Sanctae Crucis et Operis Dei" (23 aug 1982), AAS 75/1 (1983) 464-468.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Joseph Fox (American Dominican, =), The Personal Prelature of the Second Vatican Council, in 2 vols., (Angelicum, 1987).

 

 • Thomas Franciscus, “The personal prelature: an apostolic possibility for migrant farmworkers in the United States”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

 • Joseph Fox, “The personal prelature: an institute of the Second Vatican Council”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1979-1980).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Amadeo de Fuenmayor Champín, “Primatial Power and Personal Prelatures”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 309-318.

 

 • Piero Marcuzzi, "Le prelature personali nel nuovo Codice di diritto canonico", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 129-138.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0294; description of personal prelature; ─

 

Canon 0295; governance structure and rights of personal prelature; ─

 

Canon 0296; cooperation with lay persons; ─

 

Canon 0297; cooperation with local ordinaries; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 5 - Associations of the Christian Faithful, cc. 298-329.

 

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 ― Academic ―

 

 • Robert Oliver (American priest, 1960-), Developing Criteria of Ecclesiality for Associations of the Faithful, (CUA diss. 559, 2002) 403 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 62 (2002) 424-425.

 

 • John Amos (American =, =), Associations of the Christian Faithful in the 1983 Code of Canon Law: A Canonical Analysis and Evaluation, (CUA diss. 516, 1986) 435 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 665-666.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Piero Marcuzzi, "Le Associazioni dei fedeli nel nuovo Codice di diritto canonico", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 118-128.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 5, Chapter 1 - Common norms, cc. 298-311.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Antonio Ciudad Albertos (= priest, 1959-), Asociaciones públicas, asociaciones privadas: una distinción controvertida, (Gregorian diss. 6386, 2015 (196 pp (part).

 

 • Benjamin Sember (American priest, 1980-), The autonomy of a public association founded to become a religious institute, (Gregorian diss. 6311, 2014) 393 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Juan José Echeberria (Spanish Jesuit, 1966? 1956-), Asunción de los consejos evangélicos en las asociaciones de fieles y movimientos eclesiales. Investigación teológico-canonica, (Gregorian diss. 3762, 1998, ISBN 978-88-7652-797-5) 272 pp. ▪ PUG summary here

 

 • Barbara Zadra (Italian laywoman, 1959-), I movimenti ecclesiali e i loro statuti, (Gregorian diss. 16, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-746-X) 200 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0298; description and delineation of activities of associations of the cff, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 298 is referenced in Canons 299, 327.

 

Canon 0299; establishment and nature of private associations; ─

 

Canon 0300; restriction on use of word 'Catholic' by associations; ─

 

Canon 0301; establishment of certain associations of the faithful, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Luis Garza Medina (Mexican religious, 1958-), Significado de la expresión 'Nomine Ecclesiae' en el Código de Derecho Canónico, (Gregorian diss. 4457, 1998, ISBN 978-88-7652-784-5) 189 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /quatter.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 301 is referenced in Canon 299.

 

Canon 0302; definition of clerical associations; ─

 

Canon 0303; third orders, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Sergio La Pegna (= religious, =), La partecipazione al carisma di un istituto religioso da parte di laici ed associazioni, (Gregorian diss. 5197, 2004) 189 pp (part).

 

Canon 0304; all associations are to have statutes and suitable name; ─

 

Canon 0305; all associations subject to various forms of vigilance, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 305 is referenced in Canon 323.

 

Canon 0306; all members of of associations enjoy its benefits; ─

 

Canon 0307; enrollment in associations; ─

 

Canon 0308; members can be dismissed only in accord with law and statutes; ─

 

Canon 0309; administration within associations; ─

 

Canon 0310; nature of and cooperation within private associations; ─

 

Canon 0311; religious associations should cooperate with diocesan; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 5, Chapter 2 - Public associations of the faithful, cc. 312-320.

 

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Canon 0312; various kinds and establishment of public associations, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Juan Lisandro Scarabino (Argentine priest, 1981-), Las asociaciones internacionales de fieles (laicos). El derecho del fiel a asociarse y el derecho propio estatutario (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 20, 2016) 326 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 312 is referenced in Canons 300, 313, 314, 316, 317, 318, 319, 322.

 

Canon 0313; public associations acting in the name of the Church; ─

 

Canon 0314; authority over statutes of public associations; ─

 

Canon 0315; initiatives of public associations; ─

 

Canon 0316; ineligibility for and dismissal from public associations; ─

 

Canon 0317; confirmation of moderators and appointment of chaplains for public associations; ─

 

Canon 0318; special trustee in a public association; ─

 

Canon 0319; administration of temporal goods in public associations; ─

 

Canon 0320; suppression of public associations; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 5, Chapter 3 - Private associations of the Christian faithful, cc. 321-326.

 

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Canon 0321; introduction to norms on private associations, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 321 is referenced in Canon 323.

 

Canon 0322; upon approval of statutes a private association can receive juridic personality by decree; ─

 

Canon 0323; private associations subject to vigilance or governance by ecclesiastical authority; ─

 

Canon 0324; choice of moderators and spiritual advisors in private association; ─

 

Canon 0325; administration of temporal goods in private association; ─

 

Canon 0326; cessation of private association and distribution of goods; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 1, Title 5, Chapter 4 - Special norms for associations of the faithful, cc. 327-329.

 

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Canon 0327; laity to hold in esteem certain kinds of associations, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • María del Pilar Fiol Chimelis (Spanish =, =), Asociaciones de fieles con finalidad socio-temporal, (Gregorian diss. 3865, 1992) 87 pp (part).

 

Canon 0328; lay associations to cooperate with each other; ─

 

Canon 0329; moderators of of lay associations to see to lay formation; ─


 

Bk II, Part 2 - Hierarchical Constitution of the Church, cc. 330-572.

 

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Bk II, Part 2, Section 1 - Supreme Authority of the Church, 330-367.

 

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Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 1 - Roman Pontiff and College of Bishops, c. 330.

 

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 ― Semi-Official
 

 • International Theological Commission, "Catholic Teaching on Apostolic Succession" (1974), ITC Texts and Documents I: 93-104.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Ştefãniţã Barbu, Between Theology and Politics: Deconstructing the Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Perspectives on Papal Primacy, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xxiv-96 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Jean Hamer, "I soggetti della suprema potestà nella Chiesa visione teologica", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 139-149.

 

 • Tarcisio Bertone, "I soggetti della suprema potesta nella Chiesa visione giuridica", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 150-162

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0330; popes and bishops are united in a way similar to the unity of St. Peter and the Apostles; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 1, Article 1 - The Roman Pontiff, cc. 331-335.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • George William (=, =), A Comparative Study of the Schema Novissimum 1982 and the Code of Canon Law 1983: the options of John Paul II as universal legislator, (KU Leuven diss., 1998) 565 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0331; description of papal supremacy, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Alexander Cifuentes Castaño (= priest, =), Uno o dos sujetos de la suprema potestad en la iglesia?: investigación teológico-canónica del código de 1917 al código de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 4510, 1998) 99 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

Canon 0332; acquisition and loss of papal power, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), decl. Non solum (11 feb 2013), AAS 105 (2013) 239-240. Synopsis: Abdication of Benedict XVI.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • José Manuel Fernández (= priest, =), El sistema electivo del Romano Pontífice, origen de su autoridad suprema en el ordenamiento jurídico actual, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 12, 2009) 420 pp.

 

Canon 0333; papal power in regard to other bishops and particular Churches, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Secretariat of State, doc. "Summary of the finding of the apostolic visitation of Ireland" (no date), AAS 104 (2012) 366-376.

 

 • Secretariat of State, doc. "Nota respiciens interventum pontificium quatenus graviora delicta" (12 nov 2010), AAS 102 (2010) 924-928 (English). ▪ Synopsis: Outlining scope of apostolic visitation of Ireland especially in regard to sexual of minors by clergy and religious.

 

Canon 0334; description of those who assist to the Roman Pontiff; ─

 

Canon 0335; provisions during vacancy of the Roman See; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

The 'recognitio' of the Holy See

 

 ― Semi-Official

 

 • Herranz, nota, [La 'recognitio' nei documenti della Santa Sede] (28 apr 2006), Communicationes 38 (2006) 10-17. Cites: 0333, 0446, 0451, 0455, 0456, 0753, 0838, 1120, Legis hist.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • John Foster (American priest, =), The Nature and Use of the 'Recognitioof the Apostolic See with a Consideration of Select Normative Decisions of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, (CUA diss. 565, 2007) 484 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 561. ▪ /bis.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 1, Article 2 - The College of Bishops, cc. 336-341.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gianfranco Ghirlanda (Italian Jesuit, 1942-), Hierarchica communio: significato della formula nella Lumen gentium, (Gregorian diss. 2898, 1980) xix-653 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • James Harvey (American priest, 1949-), The jurisdiction of the episcopal college according to Gianvincenzo Bolgeni: An exposition in light of the teaching of Lumen gentium of the Second Vatican Council, (Gregorian diss. 2890, 1980) 75 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0336; definition and power of the college of bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Alexander Cifuentes Castaño (= priest, =), Uno o dos sujetos de la suprema potestad en la iglesia?: investigación teológico-canónica del código de 1917 al código de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 4510, 1998) 99 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

Canon 0337; solemn and ordinary exercise of power by college and direction of the Roman Pontiff; ─

 

Canon 0338; authority of Roman Pontiff over ecumenical council; ─

 

Canon 0339; participation in an ecumenical council; ─

 

Canon 0340; interruption of ecumenical council during vacancy in the Roman See; ─

 

Canon 0341; necessity of consent and promulgation by Roman Pontiff for decrees of college of bishops; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 2 - Synod of Bishops, cc. 342-348.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Secretariat of State (Bertone), rescr. Sanctus Pater Benedictus XVI (29 sep 2006), AAS 98 (2006) 755-779. Synopsis: Particular law for the Synod of Bishops.

 

  CIV2, resp. ad prop. [re members of the Synod of Bishops] (13 iun. 1980), AAS 72 (1980) 767. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • François Dupré la Tour (French Benedictine, =), Le Synode des Évêques dans le Contexte de la Collégialité (Santa Croce diss., 2002) 353 pp. Note: Theology dissertation.

 

 • Maurizio Bravi (Italian priest, 1962-), Il Sinodo dei Vescovi. Istituzione, fini e natura. Indagine teologico-giuridica, (Gregorian diss. 2, 1995, ISBN 978-88-7652-687-9) 400 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • John Johnson (American priest, 1949-), The Synod of Bishops: An Analysis of its Legal Development, (CUA diss. 518, 1986) 526 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 666-667.

 

 • John Doran (=, =), Just autonomy and episcopal authority from the Second Vatican Council to the Ninth Ordinary Synod of Bishops, (SPU/USP diss., 1998) 282 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Antonio Indelicato, Il Sinodo dei Vescovi la collegialitá sospesa 1965-1985 (Mulino, 2008) 401 pp.

 

 • Nikola Eterović, ed., Il Sinodo dei Vescovi 40 anni di storia, 1965-2005 (Lateran, 2005) 232 pp.

 

 • François Dupré la Tour (=, =), Le Synode des Évêques dans le contexte de la collégialité (Pontificia Universitas Sanctae Crucis, 2002) 353 pp.

 

 • Maurizio Bravi, Il Sinodo dei Vescovi instituzione, fini, e natura (Gregoriana, 1995) 397 pp.

 

  Other

 

 • Canonlaw.info, Resources on the Synod of Bishops, here.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0342; definition and role of Synod of Bishops; ─

 

Canon 0343; Synod of Bishops generally a consultative body; ─

 

Canon 0344; authority of Roman Pontiff over Synod of Bishops; ─

 

Canon 0345; types of synodal sessions; ─

 

Canon 0346; selection of conference members, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Fagiolo), resp. ad dub. [de voce passive episcoporum] (10 oct 1991), AAS 83 (1991) 1093. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Cites: 0346, 0402. / Synopsis: Retired bishops can be elected to Synods. /bis.

 

Canon 0347; expiration and suspension of authority of Synod of Bishops; ─

 

Canon 0348; general secretariat and special secretaries of Synod of Bishops; ─

 

Special topics.

 

2001 Synod on Bishops.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Russel Raj Bekthinathan (=, =), The Directory ‘Apostolicum Successores’: a critical study of its Genesis with Particular Attention to the Tenth Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, (KU Leuven diss., 2006) 279 pp

 

1994 Synod on Consecrated Life.

 

 • Yuji Sugawara (Japanese Jesuit, 1957-), Religious Poverty: From Vatican Council II to the 1994 Synod of Bishops, (Gregorian diss. 3, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-698-5) 408 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis.

 

1987 Synod on Laity.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Elfriede Glaubitz (=, 1959-), Der christliche Laie vom Konzil zur Bischofssynode 1987: Vergleich und Entwicklung, (Gregorian diss. 3862, 1992) 136 pp (part).

 

1974 Synod on Africa.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Joseph Wamala (Ugandan priest, 1964-), The assessment and perspectives of the Special Assembly for Africa of the Synod of Bishops, (SPU/USP diss., 1999) 240 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Mariasusai Dhavamony, “Evangelization and dialogue in Vatican II and the 1974 Synod”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 264-281.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 3 - Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, cc. 349-359.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Thomas Snodgrass, “Cardinals: a textual analysis of changing legislation”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0349; distinguished by its two topics, to wit:

 

 ▪ Canon 0349, election of the Roman Pontiff, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • Benedict XVI, m.p. Normas nonnullas (22 feb 2013), AAS 105 (2013) 253-257. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Modifications to norms on papal conclaves.

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), m.p. Constitutione apostolica (11 jun 2007), AAS 99 (2007) 776-777. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Eliminates the possibility that, under Universi Dominici 75, a papal election could, under any circumstances, be decided by simple majority vote.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Universi Dominici gregis (22 feb 1996), AAS 88 (1996) 305-343. ▪ Eng. on-line here. Synopsis: Norms for papal conclaves.

 

 ― Note ―

 

 • Paul VI expressed openness to expanding the pool of electors from the present College of Cardinals under age 80, to include the five great Eastern patriarchs and the dozen or so bishops serving three-year terms on Council of the General Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops (per c. 348). See Paul VI, alloc. to Council of the General Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops (24 mar 1973), Eng. trans. The Pope Speaks 18 (1973-1974) 67-69, recalling similar remarks he made on 5 March 1973 as reported in The Pope Speaks  18: 58-59.

 

 ▪ Canon 0349, fundamental service of cardinals, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Secretariat of State (Sodano), Elenchus privilegiorum et facultatum S. R. E. Cardinalium in re liturgica et canonica (18 mar 1999), Communicationes 31 (1999) 11-13. Cites: 0357, 0763, 0932, 0934, 0967, 0992, 1227, 1382, 1388.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  John Griffiths (American priest, =), Apostolic constitutions of the 20th century regulating election of the supreme pontiff and their historical foundations, (Gregorian diss. 4549, 1998) iii-99 pp (part).

 

Canon 0350; orders within college of cardinals; ─

 

Canon 0351; authority of Roman Pontiff over selection and announcement of cardinals;─

 

Canon 0352; dean of college of cardinals; ─

 

Canon 0353; consistories; ─

 

Canon 0354; curial cardinals asked to submit resignation at age 75; ─

 

Canon 0355; special functions of dean after election of Roman Pontiff; ─

 

Canon 0356; curial cardinals to reside in Rome; ─

 

Canon 0357; cardinals care for certain churches and exemption from episcopal authority; ─

 

Canon 0358; cardinals representing pope has authority limited to that representation; ─

 

Canon 0359; during vacancy in Apostolic See cardinals have authority only under special law; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 4 - Roman Curia, cc. 360-361.

 

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 Note: Most ecclesiastical legislation governing the Roman Curia falls outside of the 1983 Code. For the first five years of life under the 1983 Code, the Curia was still governed by Pope Paul VI (reg. 1963-1978), ap. con. Regimini Ecclesiae Univerae (15 aug 1967), AAS 59 (1967) 885-928, Italian on-line here. Since 1988, the Curia has been governed by Pope St. John Paul's document, Pastor bonus, cited below. Pastor bonus, however, has been modified so many respects by John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis, that it is expected to be replaced by a new set of provisions.

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Ireneusz Pekalski (Polish priest, 1950-), Evoluzione delle competenze delle Congregazioni della Curia Romana, (Gregorian diss. 3044, 1982) 93 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Joseph Feliu (Indian Jesuit, =), Congregaciones romanas: genésis y evolución hasta la constitución Sapienti consilio, (Gregorian diss. 2925, 1980) xix-61 pp (part).

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Niccolò Del Re (Italian layman, 1914-2005), La Curia Romana Lineamenta Storico-Giuridici (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 4th ed., 1998) 705 pp.

 

 • Winfried Schulz, “Le Code de droit canonique et la réforme des organes administratifs centraux”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 443-456.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0360; description of the Roman Curia, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • Francis (reg. 2013-) chirograph Tra i suggerimenti (28 sep 2013) AAS 105 (2013) 875-876. Synopsis: Establishes a council of cardinals to assist the Roman Pontiff in governance and in reforming Pastor Bonus.

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), m.p. Ubicumque et semper (21 sep 2010), AAS 102 (2010) 788-792. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Establishing Pontifical Council for New Evangelization.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Inde a Pontificatus Nostri [derogating from PB so as to unite the Pont. Council on Culture and the Pont. Council for Dialogue with Non-believers] (25 mar 1993), AAS 85 (1993) 549-552. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Europae Orientalis fidelium (15 jan 1993) AAS 85 (1993) 309-310. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Applies PB 21 to establish an interdicasterial commission for Russia.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Pastor Bonus (28 jun 1988) AAS 80 (1988) 841-912. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Note: For corrections to the text of Pastor Bonus see Secretariat of State, rescr. In duobus Legum textibus mendae quaedam corriguntur (12 mai 1995), AAS 87 (1995) 588.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Secretariat of State (Parolin), Statuta Pontificiae Commissionis pro pupillis tuendis (29 apr 2015) AAS 107 (2015) 564-567.

 

 • Secretary of State (Bertone), Regolamento (23 dec 2010), Communicationes 43 (2011) 45-48.

 

 • Secretary of State (Bertone), resc. Il Santo Padre (7 feb 2011), ommunicationes 43 (2011) 50.

 

 • Secretary of State (Bertone), dispositio quae 'Ordinationem Generalem Romanae Curiae' integrat (1 mar 2008) Communicationes 40 (2008) 81-82.

 

 • Secretary of State (Bertone), Regolamento della Camera Apostolica (3 mar 2007) Communicationes 40 (2008) 63-80.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Quo civium (21 nov 1987), AAS 79 (1987) 1353-1355. ▪ On-line here. / Synopsis: =.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005) m.p. Iusti iudices (28 jun 1988), AAS 80 (1988) 1258-1261.

 

 • Secretariat of State (Casaroli), "Legge che approva l’ordinamento giudiziaro dello Stato della Città del Vaticano", (20 nov 1987), Communicationes 19 (1987) 174-178. 

 

 • Secretariat of State (Sodano), rescr. "Quo Ordinatio generalis Romanae Curiae foras datur" (30 apr 1999), AAS 91 (1999) 629-699.

 

 • Secretary of State (Villot), rescr. Secreta continere (4 feb 1974), Communicationes 44 (2012).=

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Coraggio Vincenzo (=, =), I pontifici consigli della curia romana: natura e prospettive, (Urbanianum diss., 2009) ix-100 pp (part).

 

 • Christian Onyems Okwuru (Nigerian religious, =), The Responsibilities and Significance of the Congregatio Pro Clerics in the Life and Ministry of the Diocesan Clergy, (KU Leuven diss., 2001) 336 pp. ▪ Overview here.

 

Canon 0361; scope of terms "Apostolic See" and "Holy See"; ─

 

► Special topics.

 

Vatican City State.

 

International Theological Commission.

 

 • Sharkey, et al., eds., International Theological Commission texts and documents 1969-1985, Vol. II, 1986-2007 (Ignatius, 2009) 480 pp.

 

 • M. Sharkey, ed., International Theological Commission texts and documents 1969-1985, [Vol. I], (Ignatius, 1989) 365 pp.

 

John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Tredecim anni (6 aug 1982), AAS 71 (1982) 1201-1205. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Statutes for the International Theological Commission.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 1, Chapter 5 - Legates of the Roman Pontiff, cc. 362-367.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Semi-Official
 

 • Tharcicio Bertone, "La diplomazia del Papa tra realismo e profezia" (26 sep 2012), Communicationes 44 (2012) 445-449.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Damiano Ruben Elmisi Ilari (Italian priest, 1967-), La diplomazia ecclesiastica tra teologia e diritto internazionale: una rilettura teologica della missione diplomatica pontificia, (Gregorian diss. 6231, 2013) 214 pp.

 

 • Dariusz Zielonka (Polish/American priest, 1968-), The Influence of the Second Vatican Council on the Function of Papal Legates. Comparative Analysis of the 1917 and 1983 Codes of Canon Law and Selected Special Faculties, (CUA diss. 577, 2013) 309 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist 74 (2014) 401-402.

 

 • José Fernando Mejía Yáñez (Mexican priest, 1955-), Las relaciones Iglesia católica-Estado méxicano en la actualidad, (Urbanianum diss. 191, 2000) 281 pp.

 

 • Nicodème A. Barrigah-Benissan (Togolese priest, 1963-), La diplomatie pontificale au service de la liberté de religion, (Urbanianum diss. 156, 1997) xii-293 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Louis Marini, “The apostolic delegate: his role in ecclesiastical law”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Geoffrey Robinson, “Papal Representatives in the Context of Collegiality”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 481-495.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0362; Roman Pontiff and international relations, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Thomas Washington (= priest, =), The immunity of the Roman Pontiff in international law: a potential challenge for canon law, (Angelicum diss. 3939, 2016) 294 xcc.

 

Canon 0363; general functions of papal legates, delegates, and observers; ─

 

Canon 0364; principal ecclesiastical functions of papal legates; ─

 

Canon 0365; principal political functions of papal legates; ─

 

Canon 0366; relations between papal legates and local Churches─

 

Canon 0367; cessation of functions of papal legate; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

Diplomatic relations between the Holy See and various political entities.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Marco Kalbusch, “Rechtlichen Beziehungen Zwischen der Katholischen Kirche und der Europäischen Union”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1999).

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2 - Particular Churches and their groupings, cc. 368-572.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1 - Particular Churches and their authority, cc. 368-430.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 1 - Particular Churches, cc. 368-374.

 

 Note: Except where specified otherwise (see, e.g., 1983 CIC 435-438), canonical provisions applying to bishops and dioceses also apply to archbishops and archdioceses.


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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Ivan Žužek, “The ‘Ecclesiae sui iuris’ in the revision of canon law, ” in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 288-304.

 

 • Gianfranco Ghirlanda, “Universal church, particular church, and local church and the Second Vatican Council, and in the new Code of Canon Law”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) II: 233-271.

 

 • Roch Pagé, “Note sur la terminologie employée par le Code de droit canonique de 1983 pour parler de l’Église”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 271-274.

 

 • Ernest Caparros, “Les fidèles dans l’Église locale”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 787-817.

 

 • Filippo Giannini, "La Chiesa particolare e gli organismi de partecipazione", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 178-191.

 

 • Mario Midali, "La Chiesa particolare prospettiva teologica", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 163-177.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0368; definition of particular Church, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 368 is referenced in Canons 134, 381.

 

Canon 0369; the arch/diocese, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Robert Coleman (American priest, =), Canon 369: the definition of a Diocese in the Code of Canon Law, (Gregorian diss. 4003, 1994) xii-91 pp. Biograph.

 

 • Gian Giacomo Sarzi Sartori (=, =), Il ministero dei presbiteri: ricerca sul Vaticano II quale fonte di disciplina ecclesiale, (Gregorian diss. 3911, 1993) 134 pp (part).

 

 • Zenon Jarzabek (= priest, =), La relazione vescovo-presbitero nel Concilio Vaticano II fonte del nuovo codice, (Gregorian diss. 3622, 1990) 114 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Ronald Licari (American Benedictine, 1948-), The diocese as a particular church according to the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1989) = pp. =

 

 • Joseph Paul Iyamah (= priest, 1967), Juridical understanding of priests as cooperators of the bishops (Can. 369), (Gregorian diss. 5869, 1989) 102 pp (part).

 

Canon 0370; territorial prelature or abbacy, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Simone Giampieri (= Franciscan, 1975-), L'Applicazione dell'istituto giuridico della Prelatura territtoriale alla Santa Casa di Loreto, (Antonianum diss. 163, 2014) xxvi-90 pp.

 

Canon 0371; apostolic vicariate, prefecture, and administration; ─

 

Canon 0372; distinguished by its two paragraphs, to wit:

 

 ▲Canon 372 § 1, territorial particular Churches, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Kaname Peter Yasuhisa (=, =), Il criterio della territorialità e la costituzione di una Chiesa particolare alla luce del fenomeno odierno della mobilità umana, (Urbanianum diss., 2007) 259 pp.

 

  Teodoro León Muñoz (= priest, =), La territorialidad de la diócesis y de la parroquia: significado teológico-canónico, (Gregorian diss. 4861, 2000) 285 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 ▲Canon 372 § 2, personal particular Churches, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Torbjorn Olsen (=, =), Die Natur des Militärordinariats: eine geschichtlich-juridische Untersuchung mit Blick auf die Apostolische Konstitution Spirituali Militum Curae, (Gregorian diss. 4570, 1997) 560 pp.

 

 • Dwight Whitt (American Dominican, =), The Personal Particular Church from the Antepreparatory Stage of the Second Vatican Council to Canon 372 § 2 in the 1983 Code of Canon Law and Its Application to American Roman Catholics of African Ancestry, (CUA diss. 549, 1996) 995 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 923-924.

 

Canon 0373; establishment of particular Church reserved to Apostolic See, conferral of juridic personality; ─

 

Canon 0374; parishes required in particular Churches , vicariates optional; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

Anglican-use ordinariates.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), ap. con. Anglicanorum coetibus (4 nov 2009), AAS 101 (2009) 985-990. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Cites: 0205, 0277, 0492, 0493, 0494, 0495, 0496, 0497, 0498, 0499, 0500, 0501, 0502, 0511, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Levada), Normae complementares quoad Constitutionem Apostolicam Anglicanorum coetibus (4 nov 2009), Communicationes 41 (2009) 301-306 (Italian), English (307-312). ▪ Cites: 0242, 0286, 0383, 0384, 0385, 0386, 0387, 0388, 0392, 0393, 0394, 0396, 0397, 0398, 0498, 0512, 0516.

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (≠), not. "Con la preparazione" (21 oct 2009), Communicationes 41 (2009) 330-333. ▪ Synopsis: Anglican ordinariates.

 

 • Cong. for Bishops (Re), decr. Animarum bonum (18 jan 2002), 94 AAS 305-308. Cites: (0371). / Synopsis: Establishing the personal apostolic administration "St. John Marie Vianney" in Brazil, website.

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), let. Ecclesiae unitas (25 dec 2001), ≠. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Reconciling schismatic group in Brazil. / Cites: (0371), 1382, 1752.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • James Bradley (=, =), The Provenance and Purpose of Personal Ordinariates Erected under the Auspices of the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus, (CUA diss. 583, 2017) 505 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist =

 

 • Ivan Dominic Aquilina, 'Anglicanorum Coetibus' as an Expression of Canonical Inculturation, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) xii-51 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 Other

 

 • List of Anglican ordinariates established under Anglicanorum coetibus, Supplement, here.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 2 - Bishops, cc. 375-411.

 

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 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for Bishops (≠), Directory for the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops Apostolorum successores (24 jan 2004), ≠. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 2, Article 1 - Bishops in general, cc. 375-380.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. exh. Pastores gregis (16 oct 2003), AAS 96 (2004) 825-924. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Araceli Martínez González (=, 1969-), Il ‘coniugium spirituale’ tra vescovo e Chiesa nel secondo millennio: lettura comprensiva storico-canonica, (Gregorian diss. 6497, 2016) 75 pp (part).

 

 • Francesco Viscome (Italian priest, 1967-), Origine ed esercizio della potestà dei vescovi dal Vaticano I al Vaticano II. Contesto teologico-canonico del magistero dei 'recenti Pontefici' (Nota Explicativa Praevia 2), (Gregorian diss. 4419, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-768-5) 274 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 ― Other

 

 • George Kelly (American priest, 1916-2004), The Crisis of Authority John Paul II and the American bishops (Regnery, 1982) 115 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0375; basic description of bishop; ─

 

Canon 0376; diocesan and titular bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Thomas Anslow, “The Juridical and Theological Position of Titular Bishops according to the 1983 Code of Canon Law” (KU Leuven thesis, 1996).

 

Canon 0377; selection of bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mykhaylo Tkhorovskyy (Ukrainian priest, 1978-), Procedura per la nomina dei Vescovi. Evoluzione dal Codice del 1917 al Codice del 1983, (Gregorian diss. 67, 2004, ISBN 978-88-7839-013-3) 276 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Junyan He, “Episcopal selection in China”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2001).

 

 ― Other

 

 • USCCB, "How Bishops are Appointed". ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

Canon 0378; qualifications for candidates for bishop; ─

 

Canon 0379; priest to receive episcopal consecration within 3 months; ─

 

Canon 0380; profession of faith, oath of fidelity by one becoming bishop; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 2, Article 2 - Diocesan bishops, cc. 381-402.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Particular

 

 • National Conference of Catholic Bishops, A Manual for Bishops Rights and Responsibilities of Diocesan Bishops in the Revised Code of Canon Law, rev. ed., (NCCB, 1992) 84 pp.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Emmanuel Patrisio Jada (Sudanese priest, 1961-), The pastoral ministry of the diocesan bishop, (Urbanianum diss., 2008) viii-112 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Mauricio A. Landra (= priest, =), La aplicación del Principio de subsidiariedad como un criterio de buen gobierno del Obispo diocesano, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 9, 2007) 299 pp. ▪ Review Jurist 70 =505=

 

 • Peter Kooloos, “The Ecclesiastical Offices of the Parish Priest and the Diocesan Bishop According to the 1983 Code: a comparative study”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1996). /bis.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Winfried Aymans, “Die Leitung der Teilkirche”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 595-605.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0381; basic description of bishop's power, as follows:

 

 ― Papal

 

  Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Come una madre (4 jun 2016), AAS 108 (2016) 715-717. ▪ English trans. here. / Synopsis: Factors warranting and procedures to be followed in removing diocesan bishop or eparchs from office. / Cites: CIC 193, 368; CCEO 313, 975. /bis.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Fredrik Hansen (Norwegian priest, 1979-), The Unity and Threefold Expression of the 'Potestas Regiminis' of the Diocesan Bishop – Cann. 381 § 1 and 391, (Gregorian diss. 97, 2014, ISBN 978-88-7839-276-2) 238 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Anthony Bawyn (American priest, =), Discovering the Administrative Power Belonging to the Diocesan Bishop the use and implications of power and governing in Book II and Book I of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (KU Leuven diss., 2000) 359 pp.

 

 • Salvarajan Dasan (Indian priest, 1970-), The Autonomy of the Diocesan Bishop: the 'Omnis Potestas' and its restrictions according to the 1983 Code, (KU Leuven diss., 2000) 329. ▪ Biograph.

 

  Maloko-Mana Bafuidinsoni (Congolese Jesuit, 1962-), Le munus regendi de l'évêque diocésain comme munus patris et pastoris selon le Concile Vatican II, (Gregorian diss. 33, 1999, ISBN 978-88-7652-820-0) 280 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Ronald Bowers (American priest, =), Episcopal Power of Governance in the Diocesan Church: From the 1917 Code of Canon Law to the Present, (CUA diss. 535, 1990) 364 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 653-654.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 381 is referenced in Canons 134, 706.

 

 

Canon 0382; taking possession of a diocese, as follows:

 

 ― Semi-Official

 

 • Julián Herranz, "The personal power of governance of the diocesan bishop" (15 oct 1987), Communicationes 20 (1988) 288-310.

 

 ― Academic
 

 • Jean-Robert Kikbanda Mavita (Congolese priest, 1963-), La prise de possession canonique et l’exercice de l’office de l’évêque diocésain. Étude du canon 382 § 1 et de ses incidences juridiques, (SPU/USP diss., 2004) 228 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0383; pastoral care for various groups, as follows:

 

 ― Academic
 

 • George Oonnoonny (Indian priest, 1959-), Pastoral care of Eastern Catholic faithful residing outside their historical territory with particular reference to the United States and Canada, (SPU/USP diss., 2004) 318 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0384; solicitude toward priests, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • [PCLT] (≠), nota "Elementi per configurare l'ambito di responsabilità del Vescovo diocesano nei riguardi dei presbyteri incardinati nella propria diocesi e che esercitano nella medesima il loro ministerio" (12 feb 2004), Communicationes 36 (2004) 33-38. Cites: 0265, 0266, 0273, 0274, 0277, 0279, 0281, 0283, 0381, 0384, 0392, 0393, 0396, 0397, 1312, 1321, 1329, 1341.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Jonathan Redvers Harris, The Bishop-Priest Relationship in a Secular Age, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2013) vi-51 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • John Duarte (=, =), The Diocesan Bishop’s Solicitude for the Intellectual Life of Diocesan Priests, (CUA diss. 547, 1996), 302 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 921. /bis.

 

Canon 0385; bishop's responsibility foster clerical and religious vocations; ─

 

Canon 0386; bishop as teacher, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Marcelo Gidi Thumala (Chilean Jesuit, =), El obispo diocesano como moderador de todo el ministerio de la palabra en la Iglesia particular: normativa de la moderación como "lugar teológico" de comunión en la misión: la doctrina conciliar, canónica y sinodal, (Gregorian diss. 5707, 2007) 194 pp (part).

 

 • Thomas Gullickson (American priest, 1950-), The diocesan bishop: moderator and sponsor of the ministry of the word. A comparative study of Tridentine legislation and the 1983 Code of canon law, (Gregorian diss. 3269, 1985) 300 pp. Biograph.

 

 • Joseph Tobin (Australian priest, =), The teaching office of the diocesan bishop, (SPU/USP diss., 1983) 254 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Edward Arnister, “The personal role of the bishop as preacher: canonical legislation from Trent to Vatican Council II”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

Canon 0387; bishop as sanctifier, as follows:

 

 ― Academic
 

 • Thomas Condon (=, =), The Sanctifying Function of the Diocesan Bishop Especially in Relationship with Pastors: a Canonical Analysis of Liturgical Developments with Special Reference to the Eucharist, (CUA diss. 567, 2009) 902 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 812-813.

 

 • David Walkowiak (American priest, 1963-), The Diocesan Bishop and the Munus Sanctificandi: A Study of Its Legal Development, (CUA diss. 520, 1987) 338 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 47 (1987) 584-585. / Biograph.

 

Canon 0388; bishops obligation for the "Mass for the people"; ─

 

Canon 0389; bishops to preside at Masses frequently; ─

 

Canon 0390; bishop has right to perform pontifical functions in diocese; ─

 

Canon 0391; types of power of the bishop, as follows:

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Fredrik Hansen (Norwegian priest, 1979-), The Unity and Threefold Expression of the 'Potestas Regiminis' of the Diocesan Bishop – Cann. 381 § 1 and 391, (Gregorian diss. 97, 2014, ISBN 978-88-7839-276-2) 238 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Valerian Menezes (Indian priest, 1962-), The executive power of the diocesan bishop according to the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 2003) 325 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Pietro Amenta (Italian priest, 1962-), Partecipazione alla potestà legislativa del Vescovo. Indagine teologico-giuridica su chiesa particolare e sinodo diocesano, (Gregorian diss. 8, 1996, ISBN 978-88-7652-719-2) 272 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

Canon 0392; bishop to enforce and be vigilant about ecclesiastical laws, as follows:

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Joseph Arshad (Pakistani priest, 1964-), The responsibility of a diocesan bishop in defending the unity of the universal church according to c. 392, (Urbanianum diss. 183, 1999) 98 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0393; juridic competence of bishop, as follows:

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Cosmas Archibong, “The Juridic Competence of a Diocesan Bishop in the 1917 and 1983 Codes: a comparative study”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1999).

 

Canon 0394; bishop to encourage exercise of the apostolate; ─

 

Canon 0395; obligation of residence, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Herranz), nota expl. "Obbligo del vescovo di resiedere in diocesi" (12 sep 1996), Communicationes 28 (1996) 182-186. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Cites: 0006, 0533, 0375, 0381, 0395.

 

Canon 0396; pastoral visitation, as follows:

 

 ― Academic

 

  Gregory Smith (Canadian priest, =), The Canonical Visitation of Parishes. History, Law and Contemporary Concerns, (Gregorian diss. 80, 2008, ISBN 978-88-7839-123-9) 366 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

Canon 0397; bishop has right of visitation regarding sacred places and religious; ─

 

Canon 0398; bishop's visitation to be completed, but not in way burdensome to others; ─

 

Canon 0399; quinquennial report, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for Bishops (≠), Formula Relationis Quinquennalis, (Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1982) = pp. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

Canon 0400; 'ad limina' visit, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for Bishops (Gantin), doc. La visita (29 jun 1988), Communicationes 20 (1988) 156-165. /bis.
 

Canon 0401; episcopal resignation, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Secretariat of State (Parolin), rescr. Il grave peso (3 nov 2014), AAS 106 (2014) 882-884. Cites: 0354, 0381, 0401, 0402, 0411.

 

 • Cong. for Bishops (Gantin), doc. In vita Ecclesiae (31 oct 1988), Communicationes 20 (1988) 167-168. Synopsis: Norms on bishops ceasing from office.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Andrea Gaetano Muscarella (= priest, 1976-), La rinuncia "sollecitata" all'ufficio episcopale diocesano (can. 401 § 2): il caso storico della rinuncia di monsignor Ignazio Zuccaro (1839-1913) al governo pastorale della diocesi di Caltanissetta, (Gregorian diss. 6426, 2015) 427 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 401 is referenced in Canon 411.

 

Canon 0402; status of and care of retired bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Secretariat of State (Parolin), rescr. Il grave peso (3 nov 2014), AAS 106 (2014) 882-884. Cites: 0354, 0381, 0401, 0402, 0411.

 

 • [PCLT] (Fagiolo), resp. ad dub. [de voce passive episcoporum] (10 oct 1991), AAS 83 (1991) 1093. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Retired bishops can be elected to Synods. / Cites: 0346, 0402. /bis.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 402 is referenced in Canon 411.

 

► Special topics.

 

Bishops' relations with religious.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • John Doran (=, =), Just autonomy of religious institutes and episcopal authority from the Second Vatican Council to the Ninth Ordinary Synod of Bishops on Consecrated Life, (SPU/USP diss., 1998) 282 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.
 

 • Benoît Malvaux (Belgian Jesuit, 1960-), Les relations entre évêques diocésains et instituts religieux cléricaux du droit pontifical: réflexions à la lumière du Synode sur la vie consacrée, (SPU/USP diss., 1996) 251 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Patricia Hannan (New Zealand Dominican, =), The apostolate of women religious in the particular church since the Second Vatican Council: juridical relationships with bishops according to the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1989) 377 mf. /bis.

 

Charitable outreach of bishops.

 

 ― Papal ―
 

 • Benedict XVI (reg. 2005-2013), m.p. Intima Ecclesiae [on ecclesial charitable operations] (11 nov 2012) AAS 104 (2012) 996-1004. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Semi-Official

 

 • Ignatio Arrieta, expl. art. De m.p. Intima Ecclesiae [2 dec 2012], Communicationes 44 (2012) 450-455.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 2, Article 3 - Coadjutor and auxiliary bishops, cc. 403-411.

 

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Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • William Connell, “Coadjutor and auxiliary bishops”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0403; description of auxiliaries, auxiliaries with special faculties, and coadjutors, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 403 is referenced in Canons 405, 406, 407.

 

Canon 0404; how auxiliaries and coadjutors take office; ─

 

Canon 0405; sources and descriptions of authority of auxiliaries and coadjutors; ─

 

Canon 0406; auxiliaries and coadjutors as vicars general or episcopal vicars, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 406 is referenced in Canons 477, 481.

 

Canon 0407; consultation among bishops in a diocese; ─

 

Canon 0408; liturgical preference to be accorded auxiliaries and coadjutors; ─

 

Canon 0409; auxiliaries and coadjutors during vacant of the see, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 409 is referenced in Canons 382, 418, 481.

 

Canon 0410; residence requirements for auxiliaries and coadjutors; ─

 

Canon 0411; resignation of auxiliaries and coadjutors; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 3, - The Impeded See and the Vacant See, cc. 412-430.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 3, Article 1 - Impeded see, cc. 412-415.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0412; definition of an impeded see; ─

 

Canon 0413; governance of an impeded or vacant see, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Anton Stirling (=, =), Die apostolische Administratur Burgenland: eine rechtsgeschichtliche Untersuchung, (Gregorian diss. 4802, 2000) 198 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 413 is referenced in Canon 414.

 

Canon 0414; order of succession during impeded see; ─

 

Canon 0415; governance when bishop is under sanction; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 1, Chapter 3, Article 2 - Vacant see, cc. 416-430.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Aaron Nord (American priest, 1993-), 'Sede Vacante' Diocesan Administration, (Gregorian diss. 95, 2014, ISBN 978-88-7839-273-1) 396 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0416; four ways a see can become vacant; ─

 

Canon 0417; cessation of authority upon vacancy of a see; ─

 

Canon 0418; specific norms for transfer of bishop from one see to another; ─

 

Canon 0419; governance during vacancy of a see; ─

 

Canon 0420; governance during vacancy of an apostolic vicariate or prefecture; ─

 

Canon 0421; college of consultors to elect administrator promptly, in default metropolitan acts, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 421 is referenced in Canons 430, 436.

 

Canon 0422; duty to notify Apostolic See of bishop's death and election of administration; ─

 

Canon 0423; only one diocesan administrator may be elected, cannot also be finance officer; ─

 

Canon 0424; norms governing election of diocesan administrator; ─

 

Canon 0425; prerequisites in diocesan administrator, norms if unsuitable selection made, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 425 is referenced in Canon 436.

 

Canon 0426; whoever governs prior to election of diocesan administrator likened to vicar general; ─

 

Canon 0427; diocesan administrator likened to bishop except where law or nature of things excludes; ─

 

Canon 0428; diocesan administrator not to undertake innovation or alterations in diocese; ─

 

Canon 0429; diocesan administrator bound residence and "Mass for the people"; ─

 

Canon 0430; cessation of function of diocesan administrator; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 2 - Groupings of particular Churches, cc. 431-459.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 2, Chapter 1 - Ecclesiastical provinces and regions, cc. 431-434.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Juan Arrieta Ochoa, “Provincia y región eclesiástica”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 607-625.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0431; purpose of and authority over provinces; ─

 

Canon 0432; authority within and juridic personality of province; ─

 

Canon 0433; provinces can be erected as regions and granted juridic personality─

 

Canon 0434; regional assemblies distinguished from episcopal conference, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Cann. 434 & 452] (23 mai 1988), AAS 81 (1989) 388. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Auxiliary bishops are not eligible to serve as conference presidents or pro-presidents /bis.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 2, Chapter 2 - Metropolitans, cc. 435-438.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Thomas Reese (American Jesuit, 1945-), Archbishop Inside the Power Structure of the American Catholic Church (Harper & Row, 1989) 401 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0435; definition of a metropolitan; ─

 

Canon 0436; authority of a metropolitan; ─

 

Canon 0437; the pallium; ─

 

Canon 0438; in the West, "patriarch" and "primate" are usually honorific titles only; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 2, Chapter 3 - Particular Councils, cc. 439-446.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Johannes van den Hende (=, =), Particular councils and conferences of Bishops from Vatican II up to the 1983 code, (Gregorian diss. 5038, 2002) 154 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • James Provost, “Particular Councils”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 537-562.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0439; definition of plenary council, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 439 is referenced in Canon 440.

 

Canon 0440; definition of a provincial council; ─

 

Canon 0441; authority of conference of bishops over a plenary council; ─

 

Canon 0442; authority of a metropolitan over a provincial council; ─

 

Canon 0443; types of participants in particular councils; ─

 

Canon 0444; direct and proxy participation in particular councils; ─

 

Canon 0445; purpose and power of particular councils; ─

 

Canon 0446; promulgation of conciliar legislation contingent upon review by Apostolic See; ─

 

Special topic.

 

Individual particular councils.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • jan Waters (Australian priest, 1943-), Australian conciliar legislation prior to the 1917 Code of canon law: a comparative study with similar legislation in Great Britain, Ireland, and North America, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 305 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 2, Chapter 4 - Episcopal conferences, cc. 447-459.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. let. Apostolos Suos (21 mai 1988), AAS 90 (1998) 641-658. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Luigi Bianco (Italian priest, 1960-), La Conferenza episcopale italiana: profilo storico e giuridico, (Gregorian diss. 5346, 2005) 383 pp.

 

  Johannes van den Hende (Dutch priest, 1964-), Particular councils and conferences of Bishops from Vatican II up to the 1983 code, (Gregorian diss. 5038, 2002) 154 pp (part). ▪ Biograph. /bis.

 

  Gabriel Ángel Rodríguez Millán (Spanish priest, =), Origen y naturaleza de la potestad de las conferencias episcopales: magisterio y doctrina desde el Concilio Vaticano II hasta el m. p. Apostolos suos, (Gregorian diss. 4968, 2002) 114 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Thomas Reese (American Jesuit, 1945-), A Flock of Shepherds the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (Sheed & Ward, 1992) 606 pp. ▪ Review: G. Higgins, The Jurist 53 (1993) 449-451.

 

 • Thomas Green, “The Church’s sanctifying mission: some aspects of the role of episcopal conferences”, in Ius Sequitur (1991) 57-88. /bis.

 

 • T. Reese, ed., Episcopal Conferences Historical, Canonical, & Theological Studies (Georgetown, 1989) 296 pp.

 

 • Flavia Hübler, “Relazioni tra conferenze episcopali e dimensione internazionale note in margine al c. 459 del Codex iuris canonici”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 505-536.

 

 • Giorgio Feliciani, “Le conferenze episcopali nel Codice de diritto canonico del 1983”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 497-503.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0447; definition and description of episcopal conference, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Levada), circ. let. Tra le importanti (3 mai 2011), AAS 103 (2011) 406-412. Cites: (0447), 1342, (1395), 1717, 1722. / Synopsis: =. /bis.

 

Canon 0448; basic membership of episcopal conference usually delineated by nation; ─

 

Canon 0449; Apostolic See authority over and juridic personality of episcopal conference; ─

 

Canon 0450; specific membership of episcopal conference, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 450 is referenced in Canon 448.

 

Canon 0451; topics for episcopal conference statutes, necessity of review by Apostolic See, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for Bishops [and Cong. for Evangelization of Peoples] (≠), circ. let. Ai Presidenti delle Conferenze Episcopali circa la revisione dei loro Statuti (13 mai 1999), Communicationes 31 (1999) 34-37. Cites: 0381, 0455.

 

Canon 0452; election of conference president, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Cann. 0434 & 0452] (23 mai 1988), AAS 81 (1989) 388. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Auxiliary bishops are not eligible to serve as conference presidents or pro-presidents. /bis.

 

― Semi-Official
 

 • Rosalius Castillo Lara, "De episcoporum conferentiarum praesidentia", Communicationes 19 (1987) 94-98.

 

Canon 0453; episcopal conference to meet at least annually; ─

 

Canon 0454; deliberative and consultative votes in episcopal conference

 

Canon 0455; authority of episcopal conferences, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 0455 § 1] (5 jul 1985), AAS 77 (1985) 771. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: The term "general decree" includes those general executory decrees described in Canons 0031, 0032, and 0033.

 

 • Secretariat of State (Casaroli), doc. Certaines Conférences (8 nov 1983), Communicationes 15 (1983) 135-139. ▪ Eng. trans. CLD XI: 5-8. / Synopsis: Where it is not possible for episcopal conferences to develop all of specific implementing norms authorized by the 1983 Code (list provided in letter), provisional norms could be utilized.

 

 ― Particular

 

 • USCCB, Compl. norm re Canons 8 § 2 and 455 § 3 (8 dec 2012), here. ▪ Synopsis: In general, American particular legislation will be promulgated on the episcopal conference website and will bind one month from its appearance there. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • John Foster (American priest, =), The Nature and Use of the 'Recognitioof the Apostolic See with a Consideration of Select Normative Decisions of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, (CUA diss. 565, 2007) 484 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 561. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Jude Abidemi Asande (Nigerian priest, =), The authority of the diocesan bishop and the decisions of the Conference of bishops in the light of recent studies: an appraisal of C. 455 § 4, (Urbanianum diss., 1996) = pp.

 

 • Patrick Lagges (American priest, 1952-), The legislative authority of the conference of bishops: its nature and scope in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (SPU/USP diss., 1987, OCLC 23184705) xiv-276 pp.

 

 ― Other

 

 • USCCB Complementary Norms, on-line here.

 

 • CCCB/CECC Complementary Norms, on-line here.

 

Canon 0456; episcopal conference president to send acts of meetings to Apostolic See; ─

 

Canon 0457; authority of permanent council of episcopal conference; ─

 

Canon 0458; duties of general secretariat of episcopal conference; ─

 

Canon 0459; cooperation between episcopal conferences; ─

 

► Special topics.

 

Conference legislation in various countries.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Chantal Labrèche (Canadian laywoman, 1971-), Le développement du droit particulier de l’Église catholique au Canada depuis son origine jusqu’à nos jours, (SPU/USP diss., 2015) 276 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Chinenye Anyanwu (Nigerian priest, 1948-), The Relationship Between Universal Law and Particular Law: An Analysis of the Particular Complementary Norms of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria, (SPU/USP diss., 2007) 377. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Robert Mwaungulu (Malawi priest, 1960-2013), The particular legislation of the Catholic Church in Malawi, (SPU/USP diss., 1991) 272 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / bis

 

Episcopal conference doctrinal commissions.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Ratzinger), lit. (to presidents of episcopal conference) (25 nov 1990), = ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Practical suggestions for establishment of doctrinal commission by episcopal conferences and encouragement of greater combination between such commissions and Roman authorities. / Cites: Canons 822-832.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3 - Internal ordering of particular Churches, cc. 460-572.

 

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► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 1 - Diocesan synod, cc. 460-468.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for Bishops (Gantin) & Cong. for Evangelization of Peoples (Tomko), instr. In Constitutione apostolica (19 mar 1997), AAS 89 (1997) 706-721. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Norms on diocesan synods. / Cites: 0034, 0035, 0095, 0119, 0135, 0164, 0165, 0166, 0167, 0168, 0169, 0170, 0171, 0172, 0173, 0174, 0175, 0176, 0177, 0178, 0179, 0212, 0230, 0275, 0276, 0277, 0279, 0281, 0283, 0285, 0381, 0384, 0386, 0391, 0392, 0446, 0455, 0460, 0461, 0462, 0463, 0464, 0465, 0466, 0467, 0468, 0495, 0500, 0503, 0505, 0510, 0511, 0512, 0531, 0535, 0536, 0537, 0548, 0553, 0555, 0770, 0771, 0755, 0756, 0764, 0772, 0777, 0782, 0790, 0804, 0806, 0823, 0833, 0835, 0838, 0841, 0844, 0895, 0935, 0943, 0944, 0952, 0961, 1002, 1064, 1121, 1182, 1248, 1262, 1263, 1264, 1265, 1266, 1276, 1304.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Russel Raj Bakthinath, “Diocesan synod in the Codex Iuris Canonici 1983. The juridic position and the distinctive character in relation to other consultative bodies of the particular churches”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2004).

 

 • Anthony Michael Ekong (Nigerian priest, 1963-), The diocesan synod as the bishop's instrument for local legislation according to canon 466, (Urbanianum diss. 175, 1997) xii-180 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0460; introduction to and definition of diocesan synod; ─

 

Canon 0461; circumstances suggesting diocesan synod; ─

 

Canon 0462; convocation of and presidency over a diocesan synod; ─

 

Canon 0463; membership of and attendance at a diocesan synod; ─

 

Canon 0464; attendance at diocesan synod by proxy not allowed; ─

 

Canon 0465; free discussion of proposed questions; ─

 

Canon 0466; only the diocesan bishop legislates at a diocesan synod; ─

 

Canon 0467; diocesan bishop to send acts of diocesan synod to metropolitan and episcopal conference; ─

 

Canon 0468; authority of diocesan bishop over diocesan synod and possible interruption of; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

Individual arch/diocesan synods.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Dominic Ateeny Ndugwa (Ugandan priest, =), The First Synod of Hoima Diocese in Uganda (1990) as an expression and instrument of ecclesial communion and synodality, (Angelicum diss. 3938, 2016) xi-172 xcc.
 

 • Anthony Omenihu (Nigerian/American priest, 1970-), The Effectiveness of the Canonical Institution of the Diocesan Synod in the Catholic Church in Nigeria: A Juridical Analysis of the Promulgated Particular Post-Synodal Legislation, 1983-2008, (KU Leuven diss., 2014) li-473 pp. Overview here.

 

 • Anthony Omenihu, “The Significance of the First Catholic Diocesan Synod in Aba Nigeria”, (KU Leuven thesis, 2007) xxxi, 120 pp.

 

 • John Vaughan (American priest, =), A canonical analysis of the second Synod of the diocese of Owensboro compared to the recent Synods of the dioceses of Helena, La Crosse, New York and St. Louis, (Gregorian diss. 4184, 1995) xiv-102 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

 • David Ross (American priest, 1949-), Diocesan synods: the application of the law in three dioceses in the United States of America, (SPU/USP diss., 1992) 264 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 2 - Diocesan curia, cc. 469-494.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Gianluca Marchetti (Italian priest, 1967-), La curia come organo di partecipazione alla cura pastorale del Vescovo diocesano, (Gregorian diss. 45, 2000, ISBN 978-88-7652-868-7) 556 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Iván Iban Pérez, “Organización diocesana y reforma del Codex iuris canonici un ejemplo, la diócesis Asidonense-Jerezana (Jerez de la Frontera) ”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 635-670.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0469; definition of diocesan curia; ─

 

Canon 0470; bishop's authority over appointment to diocesan curia; ─

 

Canon 0471; responsibility of the curia, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Kevin McKenna (American priest, =1977-), The right of confidentiality and diocesan clergy personnel records, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 233 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

Canon 0472; judicial power in diocesan curia controlled by Book VII of the Code;─

 

Canon 0473; moderator of the curia and episcopal council, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Daniel Conlon (American priest, 1948-), The moderator of the Curia as manager of diocesan pastoral action, (SPU/USP diss., 1986) 299 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Biograph.

 

Canon 0474; writing requirements of validity of juridic acts by diocesan curia; ─


 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 2, Article 1 - Vicars general and episcopal vicars, cc. 475-481.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Andrés Pérez Díaz (Spanish priest 1959-), Los vicarios generales y episcopales en el Derecho Canónico actual, (Gregorian diss. 10, 1996, ISBN 978-88-7652-729-6) 336 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0475; vicar general; ─

 

Canon 0476; episcopal vicars, as follows:

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Albert Verbrugghe, “The Figure of the Episcopal Vicar for Religious in the New Code of Canon Law”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 705-742.

 

Canon 0477; vicars serve at pleasure of diocesan bishop; ─

 

Canon 0478; qualifications and disqualifications for vicars; ─

 

Canon 0479; general executive authority of vicars; ─

 

Canon 0480; vicar's obligation of reporting to and cooperating with diocesan bishop; ─

 

Canon 0481; vicar's loss of power; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 2, Article 2 - Chancellor, notaries, and archives, cc. 482-491.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0482; chancellor; ─

 

 ― Academic ―
 

 • Gerard Mesure (American priest, =), The Diocesan Chancellor in Canon Law and in Praxis in United States Archdioceses, (CUA diss. 551, 1997) 249 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 57 (1997) 563

 

Canon 0483; qualifications and disqualifications of other notaries; ─

 

Canon 0484; duties of notaries; ─

 

Canon 0485; terms of service for chancellor and notaries; ─

 

Canon 0486; establishment of regular archives, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―
 

 • Dennis Morrow, “The archives of the local Church: canonical and professional developments”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

Canon 0487; access to archives and records; ─

 

Canon 0488; removal of materials from archives; ─

 

Canon 0489; establishment and management of secret archives; ─

 

Canon 0490; access to and restrictions on removal of materials from secret archives; ─

 

Canon 0491; diocesan bishop's authority over other kinds of archives in diocese; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 2, Article 3 - Finance Council and Finance Officer, cc. 492-494.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Léonard Misenga Fuamba (=, =), Conseil pour les affaires economiques dans une Église particulière: étude des canons 492 et 493 CIC 1983 et regard sur la question financière des Églises particulières de la République Démocratique du Congo, (Urbanianum diss., 2008) iv-233 (part).

 

 • Narciso Velázquez Ferreira (=, 1965-), Capacidad deliberativa del Consejo de asuntos económicos: comunión y corresponsabilidad en el gobierno de la Iglesia particular: opción eclesiológica del Código de derecho canónico de 1983 (cánones 127, 492-494), (Gregorian diss. 5763, 2008) 177 pp (part). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Freddy Martínez Aguilar (= priest, =), El Consejo Diocesano y el Ecónomo Diocesano en el derecho particular diocesano del Cono Sur de América Latina, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 1, 1997) = pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0492; establishment of finance council, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Nelson Mwankemwa (=, =), The diocesan finance committee according to the 1983 Code of canon law with special reference to the Church of Tanzania, (Urbanianum diss., 2008) xii-137 (part).

 

 • Adrian Farrelly (Australian priest, 1948-), The diocesan finance council: a historical and canonical study, (SPU/USP diss., 1987) 279 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0493; responsibilities of the diocesan finance council; ─

 

Canon 0494; finance officer, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Jorge Di Nicco (= layman, =), El ecónomo diocesano. Precisiones acerca de este oficio eclesiástico. Propuesta sobre el parágrafo tercero del canon 494, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 15, 2012) 284 pp.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 494 is referenced in Canon 1278.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 3 - Presbyteral College and College of Consultors, cc. 495-502.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0495; establishment of presbyteral council, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • John Okosun (Benin priest, 1966-), The Collaborative Role of the Presbyteral Council in the Governance of a Diocese, (SPU/USP diss., 2012) 231 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Alaguselvan Antoniswamy (=, =), Priests' council a representative body of the presbyterium in the governance of the diocese: a juridical study of can. 495 § 1 and its relevance in today's context, (Urbanianum diss. 174, 1998) 124 pp (part).

 

 • Timothée Ayénadzah Kpenu (=, =), Le conseil presbytéral, organe de communion de l'évêque avec son presbyterium: canon 495 § 1, (Urbanianum diss. 168, 1998) 109 pp (part).

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 495 is referenced in Canons 502, 1018.

 

Canon 0496; statutes of the presbyteral council, as follows:

 

 ― Particular

 

 • USCCB, Compl. norm re Canon 496 (1 nov 1999), here. ▪ Synopsis: Statutes of presbyteral councils must require meetings at least four times per year and otherwise be drafted in accord with Canons 497-501.

 

Canon 0497; members of presbyteral council ─

 

Canon 0498; eligibility for active and passive election regarding presbyteral council; ─

 

Canon 0499; presbyteral council must be represent ministerial and regional composition of presbyterate; ─

 

Canon 0500; diocesan bishop's authority of presbyteral council; ─

 

Canon 0501; presbyteral council membership and quinquennial renewal, cessation or dissolution of presbyteral council; ─

 

Canon 0502; college of consultors, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 502 § 1] (11 jul 1984), AAS 76 (1984) 746-747. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Members of the College of Consultors who ceased to be members of the Presbyteral Council remain members of the College for the duration of their terms, and bishops may not name a replacement for a consultor who had ceased membership in the College.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • John Hadley, The College of Consultors, (KU Leuven MA thesis, 2010) lv-59. Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • John Hannon (Australian priest, 1952-), The college of consultors and the exercise of ecclesial authority, (SPU/USP diss., 1986) 347 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 502 is referenced in Canon 421.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 4 - Chapters of Canons, cc. 503-510.

 

Comment: "Chapter of canons" are almost unheard of in the United States.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0503; definition of two kinds of cathedral chapters;─

 

Canon 0504; authority of Apostolic See over cathedral chapters; ─

 

Canon 0505; requirement of and bishop's authority over chapter statutes; ─

 

Canon 0506; statutes of a chapter, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for the Clergy, let. Ut Eminentiae (11 mar 1987), AAS 79 (1987) 603-604. =or? Cong. for the Clergy, circ. let. De Canonicorum vestibus choralibus insignibusque (18 mar 1987), Communicationes 19 (1987) 12-13. ▪ Synopsis: =.

 

Canon 0507; presiding over chapter; ─

 

Canon 0508; canon penitentiary, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Hélder Miranda Alexandre (Portuguese priest, 1977-), A figura do penitenciário no desenvolvimento histórico-canónico do sacramento da penitência, (Gregorian diss. 94, 2013, ISBN 978-88-7839-265-6) 324 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 508 is referenced in Canon 1357.

 

Canon 0509; conferral of canonries, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • [PCLT] (Castillo Lara), resp. ad dub. [re Can. 509 § 1] (20 mai 1989), AAS 81 (1989) 991. ▪ Eng. on-line here. Synopsis: The president of the chapter of canons need not be elected by the chapter.

 

Canon 0510; chapter's relations with parishes; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 5 - [Diocesan] Pastoral Council, cc. 511-514.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Egidio Miragoli (Italian priest, 1955-), Il Consiglio Pastorale Diocesano secondo il Concilio e la sua attuazione nelle diocesi lombarde, (Gregorian diss. 43, 2000, ISBN 978-88-7652-855-2) 260 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. / Biograph.

 

 • Jin-Wha Kim (=, =), Riflessione sulla partecipazione dei laici al Consiglio pastorale diocesano con particolare riferimento alla Corea a norma dei cann. 511-514, (Urbanianum diss. 151, 1997) 201 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0511; encouragement of and outlined of role for diocesan pastoral council; ─

 

Canon 0512; membership of diocesan pastoral council; ─

 

Canon 0513; duration and cessation of diocesan pastoral council; ─

 

Canon 0514; diocesan bishop's authority over diocesan pastoral council; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 6 - Parishes, Pastors, and Parochial Vicars, cc. 515-552.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

T. Baima, ed., What is a Parish: Canonical, Pastoral, and Theological Perspectives, (Hillenbrand, 2007) xv-207 pp. Review: E. Peters, Homiletic & Pastoral Review on-line (Jun 2016), here.
 

 • Richard Puza, “Kirche und Gemeinde im neuen Codex iuris canonici”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 671-679.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0515; definition of a parish, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Herranz), not. expl. [de Cann. 0515, 0526, 0534, 1740-1747] (13 nov 1997), Communicationes 30 (1998) 28-29 (English). ▪ Cites: 0152, 0526, 0534, 1741-1747. / Synopsis: Distinguishes application from interpretation of law, notes importance of legislative history application is not interpretation. /quatter.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Rubén Horacio Schmidt (Argentine priest, =), Parroquia, comunidad de fieles: estudio teológico-jurídico del c. 515 § 1 a la luz del Vaticano II y del magisterio pontificio de Pablo VI y Juan Pablo II, (Gregorian diss. 6362, 2014) 159 pp (part).

 

 • Robert Turner, The Juridical Status of Temporal Goods of Parishes and the Bankruptcy in the Diocese of Spokane in 2004, (KU Leuven MA theses 2013) ix-57 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Nguyen Van Manh (=, =), La parrocchia nella Chiesa comunione: l'applicazione alla Chiesa in Vietnam contrassegnata dalla tradizione culturale familiare, (Urbanianum diss., 2009) xvi-180 pp (part).

 

 • Mathew Kallinkel (=, =), The erection of a parish as a juridic act, (Urbanianum diss., 2008) viii-88 pp (part).

 

 • Thomas Cronkleton (American priest, =), A Comparative Study of the Juridic Personality of a Roman Catholic Parish in Canon Law and the Laws of the State of Wyoming, (CUA diss. 562, 2004) 695 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 64 (2004) 392-393.

 

 • Michael Bradley, “The Erection, Suppression and Modification of Parishes according to the 1983 Code of Canon Law”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1996).

 

Canon 0516; quasi-parishes and other non-parochial means of pastoral care (missions); ─

 

Canon 0517; pastoral team ministry, 'in solidum', as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Veerle De Cooman, Parochies zonder Priesters, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2010) vii-59 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

  Jesús Ignacio Hernández Godoy (=, =), Participación de los no ordenados en el ejercicio de la cura pastoral parroquial: una reflexión jurídico-pastoral sobre la aplicación del canon 517 § 2 en el contexto eclesial latinoamericano, (Gregorian diss. 4772, 2000)103 pp (part).

 

 • Robert DeLand, “Some Implications of the Implementation of Canon 517 § 2 in the United States”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1993).

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 517 is referenced in Canons 520, 526, 542, 544.

 

Canon 0518; territorial and personal parishes, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Teodoro León Muñoz (= priest, =), La territorialidad de la diócesis y de la parroquia: significado teológico-canónico, (Gregorian diss. 4861, 2000) 285 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Herbert May, “A canonical investigation of racial parishes and its application to the Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana 1917-1978”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

 • Ralph Adair, “The significance of territory in the structuring of the parish”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1980-1981).

 

Canon 0519; pastor's authority, role, and accountability, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Edward Sweeny (American priest, 1931-), The obligations and rights of the pastor of a parish according to the Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1999) 295 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Peter Kooloos, “The Ecclesiastical Offices of the Parish Priest and the Diocesan Bishop According to the 1983 Code: a comparative study”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1996). /bis.

 

 • Stanley Teixeira, “Accountability relative to the office of pastor in Codex Iuris Canonici”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1979-1980).

 

Canon 0520; parishes entrusted to religious, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Matthew Kozlowski (=, =), A Canonical Analysis of the Authority Exercised by the Diocesan Bishop and the Religious Superior over the Religious Pastor qua Pastor, (CUA diss. 582, 2016) 280 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist =

 

 • Stephen Kain (American Franciscan, =), Written Agreements between Bishops and Religious for Entrusted Diocesan Works, (CUA diss. 550, 1996) 374 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 924-925.

 

Canon 0521; prerequisites to being named a pastor, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 521 is referenced in Canon 542.

 

Canon 0522; pastors and stability in office, as follows:

 

 ― Particular

 

 • [USCCB], Compl. norm re Canon 522 (24 feb 1984), here. ▪ Synopsis: Latin rite ordinaries may appoint pastors to six-year terms, renewable at the discretion of diocesan bishop. / Note: The Holy See did not approve the NCCB's original proposal here.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • David Koudougou (=, 1972-), Stabilité et limite du temps dans la nomination du curé ad certum tempus (can. 522), (Gregorian diss. 6496, 2016) 254 pp.

 

 • Michael Hack (American priest, 1944-), Stability of the office of parish priest in the 1983 Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1987, OCLC 716256916) xv-246 pp.

 

Canon 0523; generally bishops have sole authority to appoint pastors; ─

 

Canon 0524; qualities in and inquiries concerning those to be considered as pastors; ─

 

Canon 0525; diocesan administrators can appoint pastors if see is vacant for a year; ─

 

Canon 0526; pastors over one or more parishes, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Herranz), not. expl. [de Cann. 0515, 0526, 0534, 1740-1747] (13 nov 1997), Communicationes 30 (1998) 28-29 (English). ▪ Cites: 0152, 0526, 0534, 1741-1747. / Synopsis: Distinguishes application from interpretation of law, notes importance of legislative history application is not interpretation. /quatter.

 

 • [PCLT] (=), "Observations concerning cases in which the pastoral care of more than one parish is entrusted to a single pastor" (13 nov 1997), Communicationes 30 (1998) 30-32. Cites: 0152, 0526, 0534, 1740, 1741, 1742, 1743, 1744, 1745, 1746, 1747.

 

Canon 0527; installation and start of pastor's authority, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 527 is referenced in Canon 542.

 

Canon 0528; pastor's duties in regard to Word and sacrament, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Owen Keenan (= priest, 1973-), Canons 528 and 529: the formation of the ‘parochus’, (Gregorian diss. 6521, 2016) 479 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Guy Boulanger (Canadian priest, =), La paroisse communauté eucharistique et les réaménagements paroissiaux, (SPU/USP diss., 2007) 278 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Review: M. Nobel, Studia Canonica 42 (2008) 547-549.

 

 • Michael Joyce, (American religious, =) The Ministry of the Priest in the Exercise of the Munus Sanctificandi as it pertains to the Eucharist, (CUA diss. 539 (1992) 349 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 52 (1992) 737-738.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 528 is referenced in Canon 543.

 

Canon 0529; pastor's duties in regard to governance and service, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • PCLT (Coccopalmerio), let. It has been brought (23 feb 2012), Communicationes 44 (2012) 36-37. Synopsis: Underscoring that Eastern Catholic faithful lacking their own pastors are no longer simply considered subjects of Roman Catholic pastors.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Owen Keenan (= priest, 1973-), Canons 528 and 529: the formation of the ‘parochus’, (Gregorian diss. 6521, 2016) 479 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Lambert Niciteretse (=, =), La charge pastorale du curé et la coresponsabilité des fidèles en paroisse: essai d'application à l'Église du Burundi, (Urbanianum diss., 2008) viii-365 pp (part).

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 529 is referenced in Canon 543.

 

Canon 0530; several functions especially entrusted to pastors, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 530 is referenced in Canons 543, 558, 861.

 

Canon 0531; handling offerings made on on occasion of parochial functions, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 531 is referenced in Canon 551.

 

Canon 0532; juridic affairs of the parish, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Lawrence Rasaian (Indian/American priest, 1969-), The Collaboration between the Parochus and the Parish Finance Council in the Protection of Parish Property: Practical Reflection on the Relation between Canons 532 and 537 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (SPU/USP diss., 2014) 353 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Jean-Marie Signié (Cameroon religious, 1967-), L’administration des biens temporels de la paroisse d’après le code de droit canonique de 1983: application à l’Église du Cameroun, (SPU/USP diss. 2005) 377 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. / Review: J. Renken, Studia Canonica 41 (2007) 577-578.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 532 is referenced in Canon 537.

 

Canon 0533; pastor's residential obligations and vacation rights, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 533 is referenced in Canon 549.

 

Canon 0534; Missa pro populo.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Herranz), not. expl. [de Cann. 0515, 0526, 0534, 1740-1747] (13 nov 1997), Communicationes 30 (1998) 28-29 (English). ▪ Cites: 0152, 0526, 0534, 1741-1747. / Synopsis: Distinguishes application from interpretation of law, notes importance of legislative history application is not interpretation. /quatter.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 534 is referenced in Canon 543.

 

Canon 0535; parochial registers, seal, and archives, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 535 is referenced in Canons 895, 1054.

 

Canon 0536; parish pastoral council, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Joseph Dang Dúc Ngân (Vietnamese priest, 1957-), Il consiglio pastorale parrocchiale: con speciale riferimento alla chiesa del Vietnam e all'arcidiocesi di Hanoi, (Urbanianum diss. 169, 1998) xiv-120 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Deryl George, “Institutional consultation between the 'parochus' and others within the parish. A study of the norms of the 1983 Code and the diocesan law of Arundel & Brighton”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1998). ▪ /bis.

 

 • Mark Mealey (American Salesian, =), The parish pastoral council in the United States of America: applications of canon 536, (SPU/USP diss., 1989, ISBN 9780315564237) 276 mf.

 

Canon 0537; parish finance council, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Lawrence Rasaian (Indian/American priest, 1969-), The Collaboration between the Parochus and the Parish Finance Council in the Protection of Parish Property: Practical Reflection on the Relation between Canons 532 and 537 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, (SPU/USP diss., 2014) 353 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Paul Kehinde Ijasan (Nigerian priest, =), The parish finance council according to canon 537 of the 1983 Code of canon law and its implementation in Nigeria, (Santa Croce diss., 2010) vi-215 pp.

 

 • Bùi Thái Son (Vietnamese priest, =), Il Consiglio parrocchiale per gli affari economici: la normativa e la prassi della Chiesa Vietnamita, (Urbanianum diss. 189, 2000) v-140 pp (part).

 

 • Deryl George, “Institutional consultation between the 'parochus' and others within the parish. A study of the norms of the 1983 Code and the diocesan law of Arundel & Brighton”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1998). ▪ /bis.

 

Canon 0538; pastor's cessation from office, as follows:

 

 ― Particular

 

 • [USCCB], Compl. norm re Canon 538 § 3 (23 feb 1988), here. ▪ Synopsis: diocesan bishops are authorized to develop norms for retired priest in accord with NCCB, Norms for Priests and Their Third Age (1988) 6 pp. =.

 

Canon 0539; appointment of parish administrator upon vacancy or impedation of parish; ─

 

Canon 0540; authority of the parish administrator; ─

 

Canon 0541; role of parochial vicar during vacancy or impedation of parish, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 541 is referenced in Canon 549.

 

Canon 0542; assumption of authority by priests placed as a team over parishes; ─

 

Canon 0543; authority and obligations of priests placed as a team over parishes; ─

 

Canon 0544; cessation of a priest member of team does not result in vacancy of parish; ─

 

Canon 0545; description of parochial vicar; ─

 

Canon 0546; parochial vicars must be priests; ─

 

Canon 0547; parochial vicar appointed by diocesan bishop; ─

 

Canon 0548; parochial vicar works under authority of pastor; ─

 

Canon 0549; authority of parochial vicar during absence of pastor; ─

 

Canon 0550; residential obligations and vacation rights of parochial vicar; ─

 

Canon 0551; offering made to parochial vicar are presumed made to parish; ─

 

Canon 0552; removal of parochial vicar; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

Small Christian communities.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Romeo Frutuoso Monteiro (Indian priest, =), The parish as a communion of small Christian communities: a study with special reference to the Archdiocese of Goa and Daman (India), (Angelicum diss. 3936, 2016) xi-292 xcc.

 

 • Corazon Doromal, The Lay Christian Faithful Within BECs to Participate in Restoring Peace, Justice and Development in the Philippines, (KU Leuven MA thesis, 2011) x-50 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

  Aimé Claude Rakotoarisoa (Madagascar priest, =), La nature juridique de la communauté de base, (Gregorian diss. 4761, 2000) 87 pp (part).

 

 • Mugharua Dieudonné Ngona (Congolese priest, 1957-), Small Christian Communities (SCCs) as Sources of Renewal for Parish Life: A Theological-Canonical Approach, (CUEA diss. 1994) = pp. Monograph, (St. Joseph the Worker, 1995) xiv- 263 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Augustine Mringi (Tanzanian priest, 1941-2001), Small Christian Communities in Eastern Africa with Particular Reference to Tanzania: Canonical Implications, (CUA diss. 514, 1985) 477 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 665-666.

 

 • William Dohman, “A juridic status for small christian communities in the U.S.: the ‘mission’ parish”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 1982-1983).

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 7 - Vicars forane, cc. 553-555.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Edward Kurtyka (American priest, =), The Vicar Forane, (CUA diss. 538, 1991) 325 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 51 (1991) 230-231.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0553; description and appointment vicar forane; ─

 

Canon 0554; qualifications of priest to be appointed vicar forane; ─

 

Canon 0555; responsibilities of vicar forane; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 8 - Rectors of Churches and Chaplains, cc. 556-572.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 7, Article 1 - Rectors of churches, cc. 556-563.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0556; definition of rector; ─

 

Canon 0557; diocesan bishop generally appoints rectors; ─

 

Canon 0558; restriction on rectors against performing certain pastoral functions; ─

 

Canon 0559; liturgy authority of rector; ─

 

Canon 0560; local ordinary can direct more liturgical functions be celebrated; ─

 

Canon 0561; necessity of permission of rector to celebrate Mass or administer sacraments; ─

 

Canon 0562; responsibilities of rector; ─

 

Canon 0563; removal of rector for a just cause, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 563 is referenced in Canon 572.

 

 

Bk II, Part 2, Section 2, Title 3, Chapter 7, Article 2 - Chaplains, cc. 564-572.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0564; definition of a chaplain; ─

 

Canon 0565; local ordinary generally appoints or installs chaplain; ─

 

Canon 0566; faculties for chaplain; ─

 

Canon 0567; consultation with superior for religious chaplain, role not governmental; ─

 

Canon 0568; examples of groups for whom chaplain should be appointed, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Stella maris (31 jan 1997), AAS 89 (1997) 209-216. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Pont. Council for Care of Migrants and Travelers (Hamao), instr. La carità (3 mai 2004) AAS 96 (2004) 762-822.

 

 • Pont. Commission for the Spiritual Care of Migrants and Travelers (Baggio), decr. Pro materna (19 mar 1982), AAS 74 (1982) 742-745. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • David Anthony (Indian Oblate, 1970-), Pastoral care of refugees according to the teaching of the Catholic Church with particular reference to the Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu, India, (SPU/USP diss., 2010) 348 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Anthony O'Sullivan (New Zealand priest, 1958-), The pastoral care of immigrants applied to the Archdiocese of Wellington with particular reference to the Samoan and Maori Communities, (SPU/USP diss., 1999) 269 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Georg Holkenbrink (German priest, 1979-), Die Rechtlichen Strukturen für eine Migrantenpastoral: eine rechtshistorische und rechtssystematische Untersuchung, (Gregorian diss. 4125, 1994) lv-344 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0569; military chaplain governed by special law, as follows:

 

 ― Papal ―

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), a.p.r.m., Moventibus quidem (23 nov 1989), AAS 81 (1989) 1284-1294 (Latin and German). ▪ On-line here [Latin preamble text only, no statutes].

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Spirituali militium curae (21 apr 1986), AAS 78 (1986) 481-486. ▪ Eng. on-line here.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Jean-Marie Robert Esposito Mpazayino (= priest, =), "L'ordinariat militaire dans la nouvelle legislation canonique": interprétation et application des canons 368, 369, 372, 569, et 289 au Rwanda, (Urbanianum diss. 179, 1999) 133 pp (part).

 

Canon 0570; chaplain generally serves as rector of connected church; ─

 

Canon 0571; chaplain to cooperate with pastor; ─

 

Canon 0572; removal of chaplain; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 3 - Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, cc. 573-746.

 

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Topic in general.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • J. Hite, et al., A Handbook on Canons 573-746 (Liturgical Press, 1985) 400 pp.

 

Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1 - Institutes of Consecrated Life, cc. 573-730.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Scholarly ―
 

 • Santigo Gonzalez Silva, "Gli Istituti di vita Consacrata Linee generali e norme comuni", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 192-204.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1, Title 1 - Norms Common to All Institutes of Consecrated Life, cc. 573-606.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Ogun Donatus Aihmiosion (Nigerian religious, 1966-), Foundation and canonical erection of an institute of consecrated life, (Gregorian diss. 4833, 2001) xv-277 pp. ▪ Biograph.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canons 578-597, 598-602, 606 are referenced in Canon 732.

  Canons 598-601 are referenced in Canon 712.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0573; definition and description of consecrated life; ─

 

Canon 0574; Church's solicitude for religious life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Mary Liguori Okure (=, religious, =), Church authority as service with particular attention to consecrated life, (Gregorian diss. 5091, 2003) xiii-212 pp (part).

 

Canon 0575; place of evangelical counsels in the Church, as follows:

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Jean Beyer, “Life consecrated by the evangelical counsels Conciliar teaching and later developments”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 64-89.

 

Canon 0576; basic ecclesiastical authority over exercise of evangelical counsels, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gisèle Acotchou (Benin religious, 1961-), Les relations canoniques des évêques diocésains et des instituts religieux de droit diocésain: La juste autonomie (cc. 576 et 586) avec une application particulière à l’Église du Bénin, (SPU/USP diss., 2013) 310 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. /bis.

 

 • Yuji Sugawara (Japanese Jesuit, 1957-), Religious Poverty: From Vatican Council II to the 1994 Synod of Bishops, (Gregorian diss. 3, 1997, ISBN 978-88-7652-698-5) 408 pp. ▪ PUG summary here. /bis.

 

 • Heidemarie Böhler (=, =), La dottrina dei consigli evangelici dal Vaticano II ad oggi, (Gregorian diss. 3885, 1992) xi-345 pp.

 

Canon 0577; description of different types of institutes; ─

 

Canon 0578; preservation of patrimony left by the founders, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Nicolas de Boccard (=, 1958-), Charisme & Instituts de vie consacrée: les canons 578 et 587 du Code de droit canonique de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 6402, 2015) 318 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Rupert Allen, Canon 578 and the Patrimony of an Institute of Consecrated Life as Applied to the constitutions of the Order of Canons Regular of Prémontré, (KU Leuven MA theses, 2012) viii-52 pp. ▪ Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Cyprian Rosen (American religious, =), Fostering the Patrimony of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin: a Study in the Joint Responsibility of the Capuchins and the Apostolic See, (CUA diss. 572, 2009) 331 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 815-816.

 

 • Pierre Allard (Canadian religious, 1938-), Le canon 578 et son application à la Société de Marie: le patrimonie de l’institut, (SPU/USP diss., 1989) 292 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Manuel Ruiz Jurado, “Consecrated life and the charisms of the founders”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 3-26.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 578 is referenced in Canons 586, 587, 631.

 

Canon 0579; authority of diocesan bishop over establishment of institutes, we follows:

 

  Secretariat of State (Parolin), rescr. re can. 579 (11 mai 2016), AAS 108 (2016) =. ▪ Synopsis: Episcopal consultation with Apostolic See required for validity of establishment. / Cites: 579.

 

Canon 0580; aggregation of institutes, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Melanie Bair (American religious, 1937-), Fusion and union of institutes of consecrated life in light of the Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1993) 362 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0581; internal structure of institutes left to institute authority; ─

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Warren Brown (American Oblate, 1955-), The unification of provinces in a religious institute with particular reference to the situation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in the United States, (SPU/USP diss., 2001) 345 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Thomas Cassidy (Canadian Oblate, 1937-), Districts and district superiors within the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, (SPU/USP diss., 1997) 329 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0582; institute merges and unions of institutes left to Apostolic See; ─

 

Canon 0583; modification of things approved by Apostolic See left to that see; ─

 

Canon 0584; suppression and distribution of goods of whole institute left to Apostolic See; ─

 

Canon 0585; suppression of part of institute left to institute authority; ─

 

Canon 0586; autonomy of life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Gisèle Acotchou (Benin religious, 1961-), Les relations canoniques des évêques diocésains et des instituts religieux de droit diocésain: La juste autonomie (cc. 576 et 586) avec une application particulière à l’Église du Bénin, (SPU/USP diss., 2013) 310 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. /bis.

 

  Diego Eugenio Pombo Oncins (= priest, =), Exención y autonomía de los institutos de vida consagrada, (Gregorian diss. 5607, 2006) 286 pp. ▪ /bis

 

 • Eugene Hayes (American religious, =), Rightful Autonomy of Life and Charism in the Proper Law of the Norbertine Order, (CUA diss. no. 532, 1990) 600 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 650-651.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 586 is referenced in Canon 594.

 

Canon 0587; purposes of constitutions, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • (Sacred) Cong. for Religious and Secular Institutes (Pironio), decr. Iuris Canonici Codice (2 feb 1984), AAS 76 (1984) 498-499. ▪ Eng. trans. CLD XI: 84-85. / Synopsis: Transitional norms to facilitate bringing constitutions into line with 1983 Code. / Cites: 0006, 0587, 0595. /bis.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Nicolas de Boccard (=, 1958-), Charisme & Instituts de vie consacrée: les canons 578 et 587 du Code de droit canonique de 1983, (Gregorian diss. 6402, 2015) 318 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Stella Giegbefumwen (Nigerian religious, 1968-), The Role of the Constitution of a Religious Institute in Ordering the Relationship Between the Institute and the Diocesan Bishop with Particular Reference to Congregation of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart, (SPU/USP diss., 2014) 278 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Simona Paolini (=, =), L'approvaione del diritto proprio dei religosi, secondo il can. 587. Per una 'ecclesiotopia' della vita consecrata, (Antonianum diss. 153, 2011), 151 pp.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Michael Dortel-Claudot, “The task of revising the constitutions of the institutes of consecrated life as called for by Vatican II”, in Assessment and Perspectives (1988-1989) III: 90-130.

 

Canon 0588; distinguishing clerical and lay institutes; ─

 

Canon 0589; distinguishing pontifical and diocesan institutes; ─

 

Canon 0590; special institute supervision by and members obedience to the Supreme Pontiff, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • Cong. for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Institutes of Apostolic Life (Rodé), instr. Faciem tuam (11 mai 2008), =. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Authority and obedience in consecrated life. Cites: 0573, 0590, 0601, 0602, 0607, 0617, 0618, 0619, 0631, 0663, 0673.

 

Canon 0591; exemption from local ordinary, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Diego Eugenio Pombo Oncins (= priest, =), Exención y autonomía de los institutos de vida consagrada, (Gregorian diss. 5607, 2006) 286 pp. ▪ /bis.

 

 • Philomindas Madalaimuthu (Indian priest, 1959), Religious in their relation with diocesan bishop and diocesan clergy: (with a special reference to the Indian context), (Urbanianum diss. 165, 1997) 154 pp (part). ▪ Biograph.

 

Canon 0592; reports to the Holy See, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for Religious and Secular Institutes (Hamer), let. "Criteria de notitiis ad statum et vitam institutorum religiosorum et societatum vitae apostolicae spectantibus, quae cum Sede Apostolica, quibusdam temporis intervallis, communicanda sunt" (2 jan 1988), AAS 80 (1988) 104-105. ▪ Synopsis: On the application of Canon 592 among religious institutes and societies of apostolic life. / Cites: 0592, 0704.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 592 is referenced in Canon 704.

 

Canon 0593; authority of Apostolic See over institute of pontifical right; ─

 

Canon 0594; basic authority of diocesan bishop over institute of diocesan right; ─

 

Canon 0595; other authority of diocesan bishop over institute of diocesan right; ─

 

 ― Dicasterial ―
 

 • (Sacred) Cong. for Religious and Secular Institutes (Pironio), decr. Iuris Canonici Codice (2 feb 1984), AAS 76 (1984) 498-499. ▪ Eng. trans. CLD XI: 84-85. / Synopsis: Transitional norms to facilitate bringing constitutions into line with 1983 Code. / Cites: 0006, 0587, 0595. /bis.

 

Canon 0596; basic authority of superiors and chapters in institutes; ─

 

Canon 0597; right of admittance into religious life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • James Peterson (American religious brother, 1971-), Admission of Candidates to the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin: Canons 597,641-645, Ongoing Canonical Considerations, (CUA diss. 581, 2016) 331 pp. ▪ Dissertation here. / Abstract at Jurist =. /bis.

 

Canon 0598; constitutions to set out how members live evangelical counsels;

 

Canon 0599; evangelical counsel of chastity; ─

 

Canon 0600; evangelical counsel of poverty; ─

 

Canon 0601; evangelical counsel of obedience, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mirjam Kovač (Slovenian laywoman, 1962-), L'orizzonte dell'obbedienza religiosa. Ricerca teologico-canonica, (Gregorian diss. 5, 1996, ISBN 978-88-7652-710-4) 368 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

Canon 0602; community of life in institutes, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Nilson Leal de Sá (=, 1974), La vie fraternelle: étude théologique et juridique du canon 602, (Gregorian diss. 6384, 2015) 159 pp.

 

 • Marjory Gallagher (Canadian religious, 1939-), The common life: an element of apostolic religious institutes of women, (SPU/USP diss., 1995) 256 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0603; hermits, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mark Gerard Miles (= priest, =), Canon 603: diocesan hermits in the light of eremitical tradition, (Gregorian diss. 5127, 2003) 385 pp.

 

 • Helen MacDonald (Canadian laywoman, =), Hermits: the juridical implications of canon 603, (SPU/USP diss., 1990) 255 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0604; consecrated virginity, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • James Kruc, “Canon 604: Historical overview and canonical analysis of consecrated virginity”, (CUA licentiate thesis, 2008) vi-57 pp.

 

  Elena Lucia Bolchi (Italian laywoman, 1967-), La consacrazione nell'Ordo Virginum. Forma di vita e disciplina canonica, (Gregorian diss. 56, 2002, ISBN 978-88-7652-937-5) 450 pp. ▪ PUG summary here.

 

 • Marie-Paul Dion (=, =), Le consécration des vierges: implication juridiques, (SPU/USP diss., 1983) 253 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • René Metz (=, =), La Consécration des Vierges hier, aujourd’hui, demain (Cerf, 2001) 256 pp.

 

Canon 0605; discernment and approval of new forms of consecrated life, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Maria Casey (Irish/Australian religious, 1941-), The approval of new forms of consecrated life in the light of Canon 605, (SPU/USP diss., 2000) 298 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Canon 0606; institute provisions generally made without regard to sex of members; ─ 

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1, Title 2 - Religious Institutes, cc. 607-709.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Norah Hatt, “Community or Common Life? An actual question in religious institutes”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1997).

 

 • Lynn Jarrell (American Ursuline, =), The Development of Legal Structures for Women Religious Between 1500 and 1900: A Study of Selected Institutes of Religious Life for Women, (CUA diss. 513, 1985) 351 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 663-664.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • Jean Beyer, “La vie religieuse et l’Église universelle”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) I: 563-576.

 

 • Giuliana Accornero, "Gli Istituti religiosi (can. 607-709); novità, motivazioni, significato", in Nuovo Codice (1983) 205-223

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0607; description of religious life, definition of religious institute; ─

 

► Special topic.

 

The Jesuit fourth vow.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Michael Doiron (Canadian Jesuit, 1953-), An historico-juridical consideration of the Jesuit fourth vow: special obedience to the pope with regard to missions, (SPU/USP diss., 1995) 364 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1, Title 2, Chapter 1 - Religious houses and their erection and suppression, cc. 608-616.

 

In addition to possible Pio-Benedictine parallels (info here), legislative history (info here), pan-textual commentaries on the Johanno-Pauline Code (info here), materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here), and/or possible CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0608; necessity of religious house and oratory; ─

 

Canon 0609; approvals necessary for the establishment of a religious house; ─

 

Canon 0610; conditions necessary for the establishment of a religious house; ─

 

Canon 0611; implications of bishop's consent for religious house; ─

 

Canon 0612; consent required for changes in works of a religious house; ─

 

Canon 0613; houses of canons or monks are autonomous, moderators are major superiors, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 613 is referenced in Canon 616.

 

Canon 0614; independence of female and male branches of religious families, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Claudio Durighetto (= Franciscan, 1960-), Il canone 614 del Codice di diritto canonico e sue applicazioni normative nelle costituzioni delle monache associate agli ordini mendicanti, (Antonianum diss. 151, 2009) 258 pp.

 

Canon 0615; special vigilance of diocesan bishop over autonomous monastery, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canon 615 is referenced in Canons 625, 628, 637, 638, 688, 699.

 

Canon 0616; authority to suppress houses and autonomous monasteries; ─

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1, Title 2, Chapter 2 - Governance of Institutes, cc. 617-630.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Bk II, Part 3, Section 1, Title 2, Chapter 2, Article 1 - Superiors and councils, cc. 617-630.

 

In addition to possible Pio-Benedictine parallels (info here), legislative history (info here), pan-textual commentaries on the Johanno-Pauline Code (info here), materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here), and/or possible CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Mary Lyons (Irish religious, 1939-), Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy (Ireland): analysis of the governance structures, (SPU/USP diss., 2002) 293 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Gérard Debras, “Le Principe de Subsidiarité dans les Instituts Religieux”, (KU Leuven thesis, 1997).

 

 • Paul Michalak (Polish/German Oblate, 1920-), Le secrétaire général dans les instituts religieux: sa mission - son institution - son statut juridique, (SPU/USP diss., 1994) 254 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here. =?

 

 • Ishbel MacPherson (Scottish religious, 1933-), The exercise of authority in apostolic religious institutes of women according to the 1983 revised Code of canon law, (SPU/USP diss., 1984) 276 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Notes

 

  Canons 617-630 are referenced in Canon 734.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0617; superiors act in accord with law; ─

 

Canon 0618; manner of superior acting in accord with law; ─

 

Canon 0619; general duties of superiors, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT] (Herranz), not. expl. La modifica proposta (30 nov 1996), Communicationes 29 (1997) 236-238. ▪ Cites: 0447, 0450. / Synopsis: Major superiors of religious institutes are not to be members of an episcopal conference.

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Ariel David Busso (= religious, =), O superior religioso segundo o can. 619 do CIC à luz des la Rega de Sao Benito, (Cath. Univ. Argentina diss. 7, 2004) = pp.

 

Canon 0620; definition of major superior; as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

  Luis Javier Sarralde (= Jesuit, 1968-), Aproximación al vicario general en los institutos religiosos clericales de derecho pontificio: su naturaleza, su competencia, su concepto, (Gregorian diss. 6173, 2012) 520 pp.

 

 • Kelly Connors (American religious, 1969-), The Role of the Major Superior with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women's Religious Institutes in the United States, (SPU/USP diss., 2011). ▪ Dissertation here.

 

Canon 0621; definition of province, as follows:

 

 ― Academic ―

 

 • Arthur Espelage (American Franciscan, =), Authority of Ministers Provincial in the Order of Friars Minor Before 1518, (CUA diss. 530, 1989) 303 pp. ▪ Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 720-721.

 

Canon 0622; definition of supreme moderator; ─

 

Canon 0623; constitution to determine time following final profession needed to be superior; ─

 

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