What is canon law? / by René Metz ; translated from the French by Michael Derrick.

First edition.. New York : Hawthorn Books, Publishers, 1960.

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Standard Title Église a ses lois. English
Subjects Canon law.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism ; v. 80.
Description 157, [1] pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 158).
Contents The justification and originality of the law of the church. The reason for canon law ; The originality of canon law -- The genesis of the law. The holders of legislative power in the church ; The part played by custom ; The promulgation of ecclesiastical laws -- The characteristics of the laws. Those subject to canon law ; Dispensations ; The properties of canon law -- The legislative work of the church. The code of canon law ; The code for the Eastern churches ; Particular legislation -- The organization of the society of the church. The individual status of Catholics ; The central power ; Diocesan administration ; Parochial organization ; The settlement of disputes and the punishment of crime -- The relations of church and state. The holy see and the Catholic church in international law ; Diplomatic relations ; Concordats -- The order of grace. The sources of supernatural life: the sacraments ; Divine worship ; The procedure of beatification and canonization -- Conclusion : the future of canon law.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332241
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