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temporal administration of the religious house of a non-exempt, clerical, pontifical institute.

Francis L. Demers

temporal administration of the religious house of a non-exempt, clerical, pontifical institute.

by Francis L. Demers

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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church property (Canon law),
  • Monasticism and religious orders (Canon law)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLaw
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 147 p.
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5937563M
    LC Control Number65005692

    pastors. These instructions delineate the administration of tem-* The author is a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma, Michigan. She is a civil lawyer and completed her doctoral studies in canon law at the Pontifical Gregorian University. With other members of her religious commu-Author: R.S.M. Sr. Mary J. O'Brien.   Everything you need to know about the major Roman Catholic religious orders will be included in this post. Gratuitous stereotypes are also included. Order of Preachers (Dominicans) When you see an O.P. after an author's name, you know some serious brain-storming is coming your way! The Dominicans are my favorite Catholic order, because everyone needs a favorite..

    RELIGIOUS, EXEMPTION OF. The exemption of religious, in the Code of Canon Law, refers to the possibility of the pope exempting a religious or secular institute or a society of apostolic life from the governance of local ordinaries and subjecting it to himself alone or to another ecclesiastical authority (cc. , ).Thus far, this is a mere theoretical possibility, because the pope has. Documents Issued in a.d. Document An appeal to all contemplative Religious. by Pontifical Commission for Social Communications () communication. Liturgical Book De Sacra Communione et de Cultu Mysterii Eucharistici extra on: Documents Issued in

    IV.4 Diocesan bishop & religious institute of diocesan right: An institute of diocesan right is the one which has been erected through the approval of a diocesan bishop, and which, after having been so erected, has not been raised to the pontifical right through a decree of approval by the (CIC ; CCEO , ).   The Vatican's Pontifical Council on Inter-Religious Dialogue has been meeting with Iran's Islamic Culture and Religious Organization (ICRO) for the past several : Lawrence A. Franklin.


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The Administration of Temporal Goods in Religious Institutes () (CUA Studies in Canon Law)Author: Raymond Edward Mcmanus. "Temporal Administration of the Religious House in a Non exempt Clerical Pontifical Institute" (P) Cox, Ronald J.

"A Study of the Juridic Status of Laymen in the Writing of the Medieval Canonists" (P) Clancy, Walter : () §5 The supreme Moderator of a clerical religious institute of pontifical right has the powers given in §§3 and 4.

Can. Where a fitting reason exists, the authorities mentioned in Can. have the power to transfer Mass obligations to days, churches or altars other than those determined in. e-book V 3 Apokoiteou Vasileus could be also Temporal administration of the religious house in a non exempt clerical pontifical institute Back to Top V 3 APOKOITEOU VASILEUS Page 2/2.

Title: V 3 Apokoiteou Vasileus Author: Subject. over, since temporal goods of religious institutes are 'ecclesiastical goods', in the canonical sense of that expression, they are also subject to the general canonical provisions on ecclesiastical property.

This study examines in depth the notion of the singular administrative act in canon law. The temporal administration of the religious house of a non-exempt, clerical, pontifical institute.

II. Administration. The Administrator is obliged to observe the Norms regarding the administration of temporal goods for pious causes.(1) In particular, the Administrator must: a. rigorously respect the intention of those who make the offerings;(2) b.

keep regularly updated accounts. 3° for clerical religious institutes to have a church, subject to the provisions of can. §3, and to conduct the sacred ministries, with due observance of the law.

Can. The consent of the diocesan Bishop is required if a religious house is to be used for apostolic works other than. Also the religious of diocesan right; not mandatory but the Bishop can demand.- Pontifical religious need not give even on demand.

C Ordinary and Extraordinary Administration- Ordinary & extraordinary administration according to the law of the institute #2.

Superiors or others appointed can do ordinary administration. I have 2 questions regarding Confession and Temporal Punishment.

1, Does Confession remove all of the Temporal Punishment for the confessed sins. Do the things that the priest tells you to do at the end of confession work to remove the temporal punishment of the mortal sins committed. In other words is that why he tells you to do them so that you will have the Temporal Punishment.

A group of religious decide to leave their religious institute. However, they still want to live a vowed life in one of the existing forms of consecrated life in the Catholic Church.

Without ever having lived religious life, other groups also wanted. The temporal administration of the religious house of a non-exempt, clerical, pontifical institute.

Since the temporal goods of religious institutes are ecclesiastical, they are governed by the prescripts of Book V, The Temporal Goods of the Church, unless other provision is expressly made. Book V sets out the requirements for good stewardship, and the principles of acquisition and administration of goods.

Canon Duties §1 All administrators are to perform their duties with the diligence of a good householder. §2 Therefore they must: 1° be vigilant that no goods placed in their care in any way perish or suffer damage; to this end they are, to the extent necessary, to arrange insurance contracts; 2° ensure that the ownership of ecclesiastical goods is safeguarded in ways which are valid in civil law; 3°.

The _____ judges at first instance cases between: physical or juridical persons of different religious institutes; physical or juridical persons of the same clerical institute of diocesan right; physical or juridical persons of the same lay institute; a religious person and a secular cleric; religious person and a lay person; a religious person and a non-religious juridical person (cf.

can. § 3 CIC/). 3ƒ for clerical religious institutes to have a church, subject to the provisions of can. ß3, and to conduct the sacred ministries, with due observance of the law.

Can. The consent of the diocesan Bishop is required if a religious house is to be used for apostolic works other than. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Religious are to wear the habit of the institute, made according to the norm of proper law, as a sign of their consecration and as a witness of poverty.

Clerical religious of an institute which does not have a proper habit are to wear clerical dress according to the norm of ⇒ can. A religious institute is a type of institute of consecrated life in the Catholic Church where its members take religious vows and lead a life in community with fellow members.

Religious institutes are one of the two types of institutes of consecrated life; the other is that of the secular institute, where its members are "living in the world". Code of Canon Law, Book 2 Part III Administration of spiritual and temporal goods is not best confided to just one person.

The chapter puts up the big frame and the superior (and/or council) executes. §2 Religious of a clerical institute who do not have a special habit are to wear clerical dress, in accordance with can.

Author: The Catholic Hermit.A. §1: The local ordinary. Presbyters of a religious house are not to use the faculty without presumed permission of their superior. B. §2: The superior of a religious institute or society of apostolic life is competent to confer upon any presbyters the faculty to hear confessions of their subjects living in the house.