Empowerment for Ministry

Empowerment for Ministry

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Empowerment for Ministry is a must-have reference book that provides a comprehensive treatment of diocesan faculties for priests, deacons, and lay ministers. It develops a coherent theory of the juridical nature and the delegation of faculties; identifies and organizes the pertinent rules of canon law and the canonical tradition on the grant, supply, use, and cessation of diocesan faculties; and offers model faculties and commentaries on them for clergy, lay ministers, and chancery officials. Part I, Canonical Theory and Rules, presents a comprehensive treatment of diocesan faculties and all the canonical rules applicable to them. Part II, Model Faculties and Commentaries, offers lists of faculties and commentaries on them.A Complete Manual on Diocesan Faculties for Priests, Deacons, and Lay Ministers John M. Huels ... 1130). a. You may permit a mixed marriage (cc. 1124- 1125), in keeping with the policy of the | name of the conference of bishops]. TC. The policy of ... You may permit a Catholic to marry a person who has notoriously rejected the Catholic faith, if canon 1125 has been observed (c. 1071, As1, 4Ad and As2). PC.

Title:Empowerment for Ministry
Author: John M. Huels
Publisher:Paulist Press - 2003

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