Daily Archives: January 20, 2013

Canon 1053-1054

CHAPTER III. THE NOTATION AND TESTIMONIAL OF ORDINATION CONFERRED Can.  1053 §1. After an ordination has taken place, the names of those ordained and of the ordaining minister and the place and date of the ordination are to be noted … Continue reading

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Canon 1050-1052

Art. 4. THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND INVESTIGATION Can.  1050 For a person to be promoted to sacred orders, the following documents are required: 1/ a testimonial that studies have been properly completed according to the norm of ⇒ can. 1032; … Continue reading

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Canon 1040-1049

Art. 3. IRREGULARITIES AND OTHER IMPEDIMENTS Can.  1040 Those aVected by any impediment, whether perpetual, which is called an irregularity, or simple, are prevented from receiving orders. The only impediments incurred, however, are those contained in the following canons. Can.  … Continue reading

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Canon 1033-1039

Art. 2. THE PREREQUISITES FOR ORDINATION Can.  1033 A person is promoted licitly to orders only if he has received the sacrament of confirmation. Can.  1034 §1. A person aspiring to the diaconate or presbyterate is not to be ordained … Continue reading

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Canon 1026-1032

Art. 1. REQUIREMENTS IN THOSE TO BE ORDAINED Can.  1026 A person must possess due freedom in order to be ordained. It is absolutely forbidden to force anyone in any way or for any reason to receive orders or to … Continue reading

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Canon 1024-1025

CHAPTER II. THOSE TO BE ORDAINED Can.  1024 A baptized male alone receives sacred ordination validly. Can.  1025 §1. To confer the presbyteral or diaconal orders licitly, it is required that the candidate, having completed the period of probation according … Continue reading

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Canon 1010-1023

CHAPTER I. THE CELEBRATION AND MINISTER OF ORDINATION Can.  1010 Ordination is to be celebrated within the solemnities of the Mass on a Sunday or holy day of obligation. For pastoral reasons it can take place also on other days, … Continue reading

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Canon 1008-1009

TITLE VI. ORDERS (Cann. 1008 – 1054) Can.  1008 By divine institution, the sacrament of orders establishes some among the Christian faithful as sacred ministers through an indelible character which marks them. They are consecrated and designated, each according to … Continue reading

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Canon 1004-1007

CHAPTER III. THOSE ON WHOM THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK IS TO BE CONFERRED Can.  1004 §1. The anointing of the sick can be administered to a member of the faithful who, having reached the use of reason, begins to … Continue reading

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Canon 1003

CHAPTER II. THE MINISTER OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK Can.  1003 §1. Every priest and a priest alone validly administers the anointing of the sick. §2. All priests to whom the care of souls has been entrusted have the … Continue reading

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Canon 999-1002

CHAPTER I. THE CELEBRATION OF THE SACRAMENT Can.  999 In addition to a bishop, the following can bless the oil to be used in the anointing of the sick: 1/ those equivalent to a diocesan bishop by law; 2/ any … Continue reading

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Canon 998

TITLE V. THE SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK (Cann. 998 – 1007) Can.  998 The anointing of the sick, by which the Church commends the faithful who are dangerously ill to the suVering and glorified Lord in order … Continue reading

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Canon 992-997

CHAPTER IV. INDULGENCES Can.  992 An indulgence is the remission before God of temporal punishment for sins whose guilt is already forgiven, which a properly disposed member of the Christian faithful gains under certain and defined conditions by the assistance … Continue reading

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