Daily Archives: January 13, 2013

Canon 959

TITLE IV. THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE (Cann. 959 – 997) Can.  959 In the sacrament of penance the faithful who confess their sins to a legitimate minister, are sorry for them, and intend to reform themselves obtain from God through … Continue reading

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Canon 945-958

CHAPTER III. THE OFFERING GIVEN FOR THE CELEBRATION OF MASS Can.  945 §1. In accord with the approved practice of the Church, any priest celebrating or concelebrating is permitted to receive an offering to apply the Mass for a specific … Continue reading

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Canon 934-944

CHAPTER II. THE RESERVATION AND VENERATION OF THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST Can.  934 §1. The Most Holy Eucharist: 1/ must be reserved in the cathedral church or its equivalent, in every parish church, and in a church or oratory connected … Continue reading

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Canon 931-933

Art. 4. THE TIME AND PLACE OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST Can.  931 The celebration and distribution of the Eucharist can be done at any day and hour except those which the liturgical norms exclude. Can.  932 §1. The … Continue reading

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Canon 924-930

Art. 3. THE RITES AND CEREMONIES OF THE EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION Can.  924 §1. The most holy eucharistic sacrifice must be offered with bread and with wine in which a little water must be mixed. §2. The bread must be only … Continue reading

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Canon 912-923

Art. 2. PARTICIPATION IN THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST Can.  912 Any baptized person not prohibited by law can and must be admitted to holy communion. Can.  913 §1. The administration of the Most Holy Eucharist to children requires that they … Continue reading

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Canon 900-911

Art. 1. THE MINISTER OF THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST Can.  900 §1. The minister who is able to confect the sacrament of the Eucharist in the person of Christ is a validly ordained priest alone. §2. A priest not impeded … Continue reading

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Canon 899

CHAPTER I. THE EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION Can.  899 §1. The eucharistic celebration is the action of Christ himself and the Church. In it, Christ the Lord, through the ministry of the priest, offers himself, substantially present under the species of bread … Continue reading

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Canon 897-898

TITLE III. THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST (Cann. 897 – 958) Can.  897 The most August sacrament is the Most Holy Eucharist in which Christ the Lord himself is contained, offered, and received and by which the Church continually lives and … Continue reading

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Canon 894-896

CHAPTER V. THE PROOF AND REGISTRATION OF THE CONFERRAL OF CONFIRMATION Can.  894 To prove the conferral of con-firmation the prescripts of ⇒ can. 876 are to be observed. Can.  895 The names of those confirmed with mention made of … Continue reading

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Canon 892-893

CHAPTER IV. SPONSORS Can.  892 Insofar as possible, there is to be a sponsor for the person to be confirmed; the sponsor is to take care that the confirmed person behaves as a true witness of Christ and faithfully fulfills … Continue reading

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Canon 889-891

CHAPTER III. THOSE TO BE CONFIRMED Can.  889 §1. Every baptized person not yet confirmed and only such a person is capable of receiving confirmation. §2. To receive confirmation licitly outside the danger of death requires that a person who … Continue reading

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Canon 882-888

CHAPTER II. THE MINISTER OF CONFIRMATION Can.  882 The ordinary minister of confir-mation is a bishop; a presbyter provided with this faculty in virtue of universal law or the special grant of the competent authority also confers this sacrament validly. … Continue reading

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