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 ======Religious Law====== ======Religious Law======
 +===Introduction===
 +  * Syllabus
 +  * [[http://​www.ahereford.org | CV and website]]
 +  * Students
 +  * Evaluation ​
 +  * Overview
  
 ===Bibliography=== ===Bibliography===
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 McDermott, Rose. Consecrated Life: Cases, Commentary, Documents, Readings. Alexandria, VA: Canon Law Society of America, 2006. McDermott, Rose. Consecrated Life: Cases, Commentary, Documents, Readings. Alexandria, VA: Canon Law Society of America, 2006.
 +
 +=====Way of Life & Community of Faith=====
 +===Canon 573===
 +  * §1 __Life__ __consecrated__ through
 +    * profession of the __evangelical counsels__ ​
 +    * is a __stable__ form of living, in which the faithful ​
 +    * __follow Christ more closely__ under the 
 +    * __action of the Holy Spirit,__ and are 
 +    * __totally dedicated__ to God, who is 
 +    * __supremely loved.__ ​
 +  * By a new and special __title__ they are dedicated to seek 
 +  * the __fullness of charity__ (//​caritatis perfectionem//​ in the service of God's Kingdom,
 +    * for the honor of __God,​__ ​
 +    * the building up of the __community__ and 
 +    * the salvation of the __world.__ ​
 +  * They are a splendid sign in the Church, ​
 +  * as they foretell the heavenly glory. ​
 +===Law & Spirit===
 +^  Spirit ​ ^  Law  ^
 +|  creative, free, charismatic,​ powerful, chaotic ​  ​| ​ orderly, predictable,​ stable, sustainable,​ right relationships ​  |
 +
 +Romans 8:2 ... //through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death.//
 +===Charism===
 +  * Founding Charism
 +     * Incarnates the Gospel in a particular time and place
 +       * Particular insight into Gospel Living
 +       * Experience of God, Community and Mission
 +     * Founding Generation
 +       * Five to ten people in a house
 +       * Ecclesial, Social, Political context
 +    * Founding story
 +  * Living Charism
 +     * Ongoing gift based on original inspiration
 +     * Each generation ​
 +     * Lives the Charism in a particular time and place
 +     * Discovers Charism'​s meaning in that time and place
 +     * Inspired by Founding Charism, answers new questions
 +  * Experience of God, Community and Mission (Community, Spirituality and Justice)
 +===Office & Charism===
 +  * Intent to found institute:
 +     * Spirituality
 +     * Mission
 +     * Members
 +     * Constitution - Law
 +   * Spiritual experience of founding generation:
 +     * Experience of God, Community and Mission
 +     * Expansion as people join
 +     * Ecclesiastical recognition
 +===Office & Charism===
 +  * Both the hierarchical structure of the Church and institutes of consecrated life possess these two essential constituents.
 +  * //Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit.... strive for the greater gifts.// 1 Cor 12
 +  * //​Discernment of spirits.// 1 Cor 12
 +  * //Test everything; hold fast to what is good … do not despise the gift of prophecy.// 1 Thess 5
 +===Office & Charism===
 +  * Balance office and charism
 +     * welcome the gifts of the Spirit
 +     * office coordinate these gifts
 +  * Ongoing challenge
 +     * balance enables a flourishing of the Christian community
 +     * if charismatic gifts flow a little too freely, the community may suffer from a modicum of unruliness.
 +     * if officials control charism a little too strictly, within narrowly defined structures, may stifle the gift. 
 +     * Apex of office between the First and Second Vatican Councils
 +===Lumen Gentium===
 +==Chapter 2==
 +  * The Second Vatican Council sought to restore the balance.
 +  * Office and Charism constitute the Church, are gifts of the Spirit.
 +  * The holy people of God shares also in Christ'​s prophetic office.
 +  * God distributes special graces among the faithful of every rank. 
 +    * makes them fit and ready to undertake the various tasks and offices
 +    * for the renewal and building up of the Church.  ​
 +  * Judgment as to their genuinity and proper use belongs to those who are appointed leaders in the Church, to whose special competence it belongs, ​
 +    * not indeed to extinguish the Spirit, but 
 +    * to test all things and hold fast to that which is good.
 +==Chapter 5==
 +  * The counsels are a divine gift
 +  * Church authority has the duty, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, of interpreting these evangelical counsels, of regulating their practice and finally to build on them stable forms of living. (no citation)
 +    * e.g by erection of an institute and the acceptance of its constitutions
 +  * The hierarchy, following with docility the prompting of the Holy Spirit, accepts the rules presented by outstanding men and women and authentically approves these rules after further adjustments.
 +– Do not quench the Spirit. Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good. 1 Thess
 +===1983 Code===
 +**… test … but do not quench....**
 +  * Canon 94: //JP statutes define their purpose, constitution,​ government, and methods of operation. //
 +  * Canon 117: //Competent ecclesiastical authority ... approve the statutes of a juridic person.//
 +  * Canon 299: //Competent authority reviews [private juridic person] statutes. //
 +  * Canon 304: //Assn specifies qualifications for membership. and the name of the association.//​
 +  * Canon 579: //Diocesan bishops,... can erect institutes of consecrated life... Apostolic See... consulted.//​
 +  * Canon 584: //The suppression of an institute pertains only to the Apostolic See.// Also the only house: 616.2
 +  * Canon 605: //The approval of new forms of consecrated life is reserved only to the Apostolic See. //
 +===Perfectae Caritatis==
 +  * #19 When the question of founding new religious communities arises, their __necessity__ or at least the many __useful services__ they promise must be seriously weighed....
 +  * Those areas where churches have recently established... which take into account the genius and way of life of the inhabitants and the customs and conditions of the regions....
 +  * Sufficient resources for their ongoing life....
 +=====History=====
 +===Meanings of History===
 +  * Your life
 +    * Curriculum Vitae
 +    * Memoir
 +  * Long arc of history
 +    * Events
 +    * Evidence and meanings
 +===History===
 +  * A parade of past, people, facts and events
 +    * begat, begat, begat,
 +  * A story about the past for the present
 +  * A story of competition and struggle
 +    * People and Peoples
 +    * East v West
 +    * Rome v Christianity
 +    * Christianity v Islam
 +  * A story of movements and ideas
 +    * Philosophy, Mathematics,​ Communication,​ Technology, Enlightenment,​ Democracy, Science, Evolution, Relativity, Economics, Globalization,​ Post-modernism,​ Sociology
 +<​html><​iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​vGJ3KEuwSTg"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe></​html>​
 +===... a glass of wine===
 +  * Society/​Community is wine
 +    * People, relations, values, groups
 +    * Family, Economy, Culture, Arts
 +  * Law is a wine-glass
 +    * Embodies society’s values
 +    * Enables society to negotiate diversity and change
 +    * Gives structure to support social cohesion
 +  * Metaphor breaks down
 +===Global Monasticism===
 +  * 600 BC - Hindu Monasticism
 +    * Jain Monasticism
 +    * Buddhist Monks
 +  * 100 BC - Essenes
 +  * 350 AD - Celtic Monasticism
 +  * 530 AD - Benedictines
 +<​html><​iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​AvFl6UBZLv4"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe></​html>​
 +===Timeline==
 +  * 2-300s Anthony, Pachomius, Amoun and Macarius, Jerome
 +  * 400s Century - Augustine
 +  * 500s Benedict, Columban, Augustine (of Canterbury)
 +  * 1000s – Benedictine reforms
 +  * 1100s – Crusades, Military Orders
 +  * 1200 – Dominicans, Franciscans,​ Augustinians
 +  * 15-1600s – Apostolic Congregations
 +  * 1900s - VCII
 +===Video Timelines===
 +<​html>​
 +<iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​CJdT6QcSbQ0"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe>​
 +<iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​UY9P0QSxlnI"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe>​
 +<iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​BJ0dZhHccfU"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe>​
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 +</​html>​
 +=====Typology=====
 +  * Consecrated Life (c573 – 606)
 +    * Diocesan Hermits (c603) - Besides institutes of CL... withdrawal... three evangelical counsels.
 +    * Diocesan Consecrated Virgins (c604) - ...added to these forms of CL...virgins.... consecrated
 +    * New Forms (c605) approval ... reserved to the Apostolic See
 +    * Religious Institutes (c607 – 709)
 +      * pronounce public vows and live a fraternal life in common
 +      * c589 – diocesan or pontifical institutes
 +      * c615 – autonomous monasteries
 +    * Secular Institutes (c710 – 730) (+15 esp vows, separation)
 +      * sacred bonds, evangelical counsels, living in the world
 +Apostolic Oblates, Apostolic Sodales, ​
 +Caritas Christi,
 +Catechists of the Heart of Jesus [Ukrainian], ​
 +Company of St. Paul, 
 +Company of St. Ursula, ​
 +Crusaders of Saint Mary, 
 +Don Bosco Volunteers, ​
 +Family of Mary of the Visitation, ​
 +Father Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata, ​
 +Handmaids of Divine Mercy, ​
 +Institute of the Heart of Jesus, ​
 +Jesus Caritas Fraternity, ​
 +Lay Missionaries of the Passion, ​
 +Madonna della Strada/Our Lady of the Way, 
 +Mission of Our Lady of Bethany, ​
 +Missionaries of the Kingship of Christ, ​
 +Notre-Dame de Vie, 
 +Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate, ​
 +Opus Spiritus Sancti, ​
 +Pius X Society, ​
 +Schoenstatt Fathers, ​
 +Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary, 
 +DeSales Secular Institute, ​
 +Servite Secular Institute, ​
 +Servitium Christi, ​
 +Voluntas Dei Institute, ​
 +ASPIRING IN US, 
 +Blessed Trinity Missionary Institute, ​
 +Franciscan Missionaries of Jesus Crucified, ​
 +Institute of the Heart of Jesus, ​
 +Schoenstatt Family Institute
 + 
 +
 +  * Societies of Apostolic Life (c731 – 755)(+58 esp, vows, formation, governance, separation)
 +      * apostolic purpose ... living fraternal life in common
 +Apostles of the Interior Life, 
 +Bethlehem Mission Society, ​
 +Companions of the Cross, ​
 +Congregation of Jesus and Mary - The Eudists, ​
 +Congregation of the Mission, ​
 +Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, 
 +Glenmary Home Missioners, ​
 +Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, ​
 +Institute of the Good Shepherd, ​
 +Maryknoll, ​
 +Missionaries of the Precious Blood, ​
 +Missionary Society of St. Thomas the Apostle (MST, 
 +Oratory of Saint Philip Neri, 
 +PIME Missisonaries, ​
 +Paulist Fathers, ​
 +Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, ​
 +Priestly Fraternity of the Missionaries of St.Charles Borromeo, ​
 +Sisters of Social Service, ​
 +Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity, ​
 +Society of Saint-Sulpice, ​
 +Society of the Catholic Apostolate, ​
 +Sodalitium Christianae Vitae 
 +  * Ecclesial Movements
 +  * Eastern Churches //sui iuris//
 +
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 =====Consecrated Life===== =====Consecrated Life=====
 ====Common Norms==== ====Common Norms====
 === Nature === === Nature ===
 +
 === Foundation, Merger, Division === === Foundation, Merger, Division ===
 +
 === Relation to CEA === === Relation to CEA ===
 +
 === Vows === === Vows ===
  
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