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amycsj [TITLE I: NORMS COMMON TO ALL INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE]
book2.3 [2020/11/05 09:10] (current)
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 The diocesan bishop, in his own territory, can validly erect institutes of consecrated by formal decree with the prior written permission of the Apostolic. (updated by motu proprio //​Authenticum charismatis//​ Nov 2020). Previously: Provided the Apostolic See has been consulted, diocesan Bishops can, by formal decree, establish institutes of consecrated life in their own territories. The diocesan bishop, in his own territory, can validly erect institutes of consecrated by formal decree with the prior written permission of the Apostolic. (updated by motu proprio //​Authenticum charismatis//​ Nov 2020). Previously: Provided the Apostolic See has been consulted, diocesan Bishops can, by formal decree, establish institutes of consecrated life in their own territories.
  
-  * Diocesan bishop can erect an institute with prior written approval. Previously ​they had to consult ​the holy see. That became stronger over time. In 2016, the consultation ​"is to be understood as necessary ​for the validity of the erection of a diocesan institute of consecrated life," according to a [[http://​www.vatican.va/​roman_curia/​secretariat_state/​parolin/​2016/​documents/​rc_seg-st_20160511_parolin-rescritto-can579cdc_en.html|2016 rescript]]. Consult actually means you can follow or not. What about extraterritorial approval - diocese is split. What happens? Or the institute expands. The external authority is the diocesan bishop of the houses of the institute. The bishop of the diocese of the principal house has special duties. The essential changes in the life of an institute, and the question of hierarchy and what are internal matters will be spelled out in the following canons.+  * Diocesan bishop can erect an institute with prior written approval. Previously ​the canon required consultation of the holy see. Then in 2016, a rescript on this canon was issued which says in part: “Therefore,​ in accordance with the view of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, the Holy Father Pope Francis at the Audience accorded to the undersigned Secretary of State on 4 April 2016, has set forth that prior consultation ​with the Holy See is to be understood as necessary ​//ad validitatem//​ before establishing ​a diocesan institute of consecrated life, otherwise risking nullity of the decree of establishment of this said Institute. The present Rescript will be promulgated by way of publication in L’Osservatore Romano, and will enter into force, on 1 June 2016, and subsequently be published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. --from the Vatican, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State.”  
 +The entire rescript can be viewed at:  ​[[http://​www.vatican.va/​roman_curia/​secretariat_state/​parolin/​2016/​documents/​rc_seg-st_20160511_parolin-rescritto-can579cdc_en.html|2016 rescript]]. The external authority is the diocesan bishop of the houses of the institute. The bishop of the diocese of the principal house has special duties. The essential changes in the life of an institute, and the question of hierarchy and what are internal matters will be spelled out in the following canons.
   * CF MR 57   * CF MR 57
  
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