Daily Archives: January 29, 2013

Canon 1199-1204

CHAPTER II. AN OATH Can.  1199 §1. An oath, that is, the invocation of the divine name in witness to the truth, cannot be taken unless in truth, in judgment, and in justice. §2. An oath which the canons require … Continue reading

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Canon 1191-1198

TITLE V. A VOW AND AN OATH (Cann. 1191 – 1204) CHAPTER I. A VOW Can.  1191 §1. A vow, that is, a deliberate and free promise made to God about a possible and better good, must be fulfilled by … Continue reading

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Canon 1186-1190

TITLE IV. THE VENERATION OF THE SAINTS, SACRED IMAGES, AND RELICS (Cann. 1186 – 1190) Can.  1186 To foster the sanctification of the people of God, the Church commends to the special and filial reverence of the Christian faithful the … Continue reading

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Canon 1183-1185

CHAPTER II. THOSE TO WHOM ECCLESIASTICAL FUNERALS MUST BE GRANTED OR DENIED Can.  1183 §1. When it concerns funerals, catechumens must be counted among the Christian faithful. §2. The local ordinary can permit children whom the parents intended to baptize … Continue reading

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Canon 1177-1182

CHAPTER I. THE CELEBRATION OF FUNERALS Can.  1177 §1. A funeral for any deceased member of the faithful must generally be celebrated in his or her parish church. §2. Any member of the faithful or those competent to take care … Continue reading

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Canon 1176

TITLE III. ECCLESIASTICAL FUNERALS (Cann. 1176 – 1185) Can.  1176 §1. Deceased members of the Christian faithful must be given ecclesiastical funerals according to the norm of law. §2. Ecclesiastical funerals, by which the Church seeks spiritual support for the … Continue reading

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Canon 1173-1175

TITLE II. THE LITURGY OF THE HOURS (Cann. 1173 – 1175) Can.  1173 Fulfilling the priestly function of Christ, the Church celebrates the liturgy of the hours. In the liturgy of the hours, the Church, hearing God speaking to his … Continue reading

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