Canon Law

Notes, Commentary, Discussion, Papers & Bibliography

User Tools

Site Tools


commissary

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
commissary [2020/11/11 12:13]
amycsj
commissary [2020/11/11 13:47] (current)
amycsj [Leadership]
Line 110: Line 110:
   * Canonical Leadership   * Canonical Leadership
   * Canon 623 To be validly appointed or elected to the office of superior, members must have been perpetually or definitively professed for an appropriate period of time, to be determined by their own law or, for major Superiors, by the constitutions.   * Canon 623 To be validly appointed or elected to the office of superior, members must have been perpetually or definitively professed for an appropriate period of time, to be determined by their own law or, for major Superiors, by the constitutions.
 +  * The canonical norm is one leader and two councilors, who may act collaboratively.
   * When no sister or brother is capable or available for this ministry   * When no sister or brother is capable or available for this ministry
   * Turn to non-brother/​sister as canonical leader   * Turn to non-brother/​sister as canonical leader
commissary.txt ยท Last modified: 2020/11/11 13:47 by amycsj