Canon Law

Notes, Commentary, Discussion, Papers & Bibliography

User Tools

Site Tools


academic

Differences

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

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
academic [2019/03/11 12:01]
amycsj
academic [2021/03/01 14:19] (current)
amycsj
Line 5: Line 5:
   * Students   * Students
   * Evaluation    * Evaluation 
-  * Overview +==== Overview ==== 
-    **Day 1 ** +  Three live sessions - introductionmid-course Q&Aend of course Q&A 
-      * SyllabusCVStudents, Evaluation, Overview +  16 recorded sessions covering the canons and two special topics 
-      * Introduction to Religious Life +  Readings
-      * RL as a way of life / movement; spirit and office +
-      Common Norms +
-    * **Day 2** +
-      * Common Norms +
-      * Religious +
-      * Houses (and Mutual Relations) +
-      * Religious Institutes +
-      * Superiors and Councils +
-      * Chapters +
-      * Temporal Goods +
-    * **Day 3** +
-      * Admission of Candidates and Formation of Members +
-        * Admission to Novitiate +
-        * Novitiate and Formation of Novices +
-        * Religious Profession +
-        * Formation of Religious +
-      * Obligation and Rights of Institutes and their Members +
-      * Apostolate of Institutes +
-    * **Day 4** +
-     * Separation from Institutes +
-       * Transfer to another Institute +
-       * Departure from the Institute +
-       * Dismissal of Members +
-     * Religious as Bishops +
-     * Conferences of Major Superiors +
-     * Secular Institutes +
-     * Societies of Apostolic Life +
-     Eastern Code+
  
  
 +===Readings===
 +**Required Readings**  (http://u.pc.cd/FS0ctalK)
 +  * Bauer, Nancy. “The State of Consecrated Life: //Vita et Sanctitas Ecclesiae//.” //The Jurist// 75 (2015): 71–108.
 +  * Hereford, Amy. “Practical Guidelines for Aging Religious Institutes.” In Canon Law Society Proceedings, 220–60. Washington, D.C: Canon Law Society of America, 2015.
 +  * Holland, Sharon, and Amy Hereford. “Canons 119.1-2, 127.1,3 , 167, 172.1.2, N220, 625.1, 627, 631-633: Virtual Meetings in Religious Life.” //Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//, 2012, 69–76. 
 +    * There is new guidance on this topic from CICLSAL, considering the pandemic.
 +  * McDermott, Rose. Consecrated Life: Cases, Commentary, Documents, Readings. Alexandria, VA: Canon Law Society of America, 2006. p. 135ff
 +  * McDermott, Rose. "The Vigilance of the Diocesan or Eparchial Bishop: Diocesan/Eparchial Right Institutes/Sui Iuris Monasteries/Hermits/Ascetics/Virgins/Widows.” //Studies in Church Law// 8 (2012): 141–74.
 +    * Note that there is new legislation on contemplative monasteries of nuns and on consecrated virgins, that effects their relationship with bishops. Otherwise the article is a fine analysis by a great canonist. 
 +  * Okoye, Agnes. “The Office of a Religious Superior in the Light of the Universal Law and the Proper Law of the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Love.” //Commentarium pro Religiosis et Missionariis// 94, no. III–IV (2013): 207–27.
 +  * Wijlens, Miriam. “Diminishing Human Resources for Leadership in Religious Institutes: A Canonical Reflection about the Situation in The Netherlands.” //RCRI Bulletin//, 2014, 4–20.
  
  
- +**Recommended Readings** - in addition to a general commentary on the canons: 
-===Bibliography=== +  * AAVV, NFVC. “Elementi Teologici e Canonici per La Riflessione Sulle Nuove Forme Di Vita Consacrata.” //Commentarium pro Religiosis et Missionariis// 96, no. I–II (2015): 51–73. 
-Connors, Kelly. “The Role of the Major Superior with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women’s Religious Institutes in the United States.” Saint Paul University, 2011. +  * Bauer, Nancy. “Profession by Votum or by Vinculum - Is One Bond Better than Another?” //Studia Canonica// 50 (2016): 359–82. 
- +  * ———. “The Religious Habit in Church Law from 1917 to the Present.” //Studia Canonica// 52 (2018): 45–80. 
-Euart, Sharon. “Religious Sponsors, Ministry Leadersand Diocesan Bishops: Together in Communion.” RCRI Bulletin 18 (2017): 19–33. +  * Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life. //Cor Orans// – Implementing Instruction of the Apostolic Constitution //Vultum Dei Quaerere// on Women’s Contemplative Life. AAS 110 (2018). Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2018. 
- +  * ———. //Ecclesiae Sponsae Imago// Instruction on the Ordo Virginum. AAS 110 (2018). Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2018. 
-Hereford, Amy. “Canons 119.1-2127.1,3 , 167, 172.1.2, N220, 625.1, 627, 631-633Virtual Meetings in Religious Life.” Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions, 20126976+  Connors, Kelly. “The Role of the Major Superior with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women’s Religious Institutes in the United States.” Saint Paul University, 2011. 
- +  Euart, Sharon. “Religious Sponsors, Ministry Leaders and Diocesan Bishops: Together in Communion.” //RCRI Bulletin// 18 (2017): 19–33. 
-———. “Members of Religious Institutes - Civil and Canonical Issues.” In Manual for Leaders in Religious Life, 5.1-40. Washington DC: RCRI, 2012. +  Hereford, Amy. “Canon 690: Reentering Religious Life.” //Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//2017. 
- +  * ———“Canon 803Sponsorship of Catholic Schools.” //Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions//20149093
-———. “Practical Guidelines for Aging Religious Institutes.” In Canon Law Society Proceedings, 220–60. Washington, D.C: Canon Law Society of America, 2015. +  ———. “Members of Religious Institutes - Civil and Canonical Issues.” In Manual for Leaders in Religious Life, 5.1-40. Washington DC: RCRI, 2012. 
- +  ———. “Practical Guidelines for Aging Religious Institutes.” //Canon Law Society Proceedings//, 220–60. Washington, D.C: Canon Law Society of America, 2015. 
-———. Religious Life at the Crossroads: A School for Mystics and Prophets. New York: Orbis Books, 2013. +  ———. Religious Life at the Crossroads: A School for Mystics and Prophets. New York: Orbis Books, 2013. 
- +  ———. Screening and Discernment Guide for Religious Life. 2nd ed. Saint Louis: Religious Life Project, 2018. 
-———. Screening and Discernment Guide for Religious Life. 2nd ed. Saint Louis: Religious Life Project, 2018. +  ———. See I Am Making Something New: A Pastoral-Canonical Guidebook to New Religious Institutes, Diocesan Hermits, Consecrated Virgins and New Forms of Consecrated Life. St. Louis, MO: RLC, 2018. 
- +  ———. “The Shape of Religious Life to Come.” //Horizons// 39, no. 2 (2014): 14–20. 
-———. See I Am Making Something New: A Pastoral-Canonical Guidebook to New Religious Institutes, Diocesan Hermits, Consecrated Virgins and New Forms of Consecrated Life. St. Louis, MO: RLC, 2018. +  Hite, Jordan F., Sharon Holland, and Daniel J. Ward. A Handbook on Canons 573-746: Religious Institutes, Secular Institutes, Societies of the Apostolic Life. Collegeville MN: Liturgical Press, 1985. 
- +  Holland, Sharon. “Select Issues in Religious Law: Admission, Separation, Approbation.” //Canon Law Society of America Proceedings// 44 (1982): 121–40. 
-———. “The Shape of Religious Life to Come.” Horizons 39, no. 2 (2014): 14–20. +  * MartynyukTeodor“//Il Contributo Del CCEO Allo Sviluppo Del MonachesimoProblemi e Prospettive//.” //Periodica// 106no2 (2017)233–68.
- +
-Hite, Jordan F., Sharon Holland, and Daniel J. Ward. A Handbook on Canons 573-746: Religious Institutes, Secular Institutes, Societies of the Apostolic Life. Collegeville MN: Liturgical Press, 1985. +
- +
-Holland, Sharon. “Select Issues in Religious Law: Admission, Separation, Approbation.” Canon Law Society of America Proceedings 44 (1982): 121–40. +
- +
-McDermottRoseConsecrated LifeCasesCommentary, Documents, ReadingsAlexandria, VACanon Law Society of America, 2006.+
  
 =====Way of Life & Community of Faith===== =====Way of Life & Community of Faith=====
Line 98: Line 75:
     * Founding story     * Founding story
   * Living Charism   * Living Charism
-     * Ongoing gift based on original inspiration+     * Ongoing gift based on the original inspiration
      * Each generation       * Each generation 
      * Lives the Charism in a particular time and place      * Lives the Charism in a particular time and place
      * Discovers Charism's meaning in that time and place      * Discovers Charism's meaning in that time and place
      * Inspired by Founding Charism, answers new questions      * Inspired by Founding Charism, answers new questions
-  * Experience of God, Community and Mission (Community, Spirituality and Justice)+  * Experience of God, Communityand Mission (Community, Spirituality and Justice)
 ===Office & Charism=== ===Office & Charism===
   * Intent to found institute:   * Intent to found institute:
Line 114: Line 91:
      * Expansion as people join      * Expansion as people join
      * Ecclesiastical recognition      * Ecclesiastical recognition
-===Office & Charism===+===Hierarchy and Consecrated Life===
   * Both the hierarchical structure of the Church and institutes of consecrated life possess these two essential constituents.   * 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   * //Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit.... strive for the greater gifts.// 1 Cor 12
   * //Discernment of spirits.// 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   * //Test everything; hold fast to what is good … do not despise the gift of prophecy.// 1 Thess 5
-===Office & Charism=== +===Balance Office & Charism=== 
-  * Balance office and charism +  * Two orientations 
-     welcome the gifts of the Spirit +     Welcome the gifts of the Spirit 
-     office coordinate these gifts+     Coordinate these gifts
   * Ongoing challenge   * Ongoing challenge
      * balance enables a flourishing of the Christian community      * balance enables a flourishing of the Christian community
Line 151: Line 128:
   * Canon 299: //Competent authority reviews [private juridic person] statutes. //   * Canon 299: //Competent authority reviews [private juridic person] statutes. //
   * Canon 304: //Assn specifies qualifications for membership. and the name of the association.//   * 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 579: //Diocesan bishops,... can erect institutes of consecrated life... Apostolic See... prior approval.//
   * Canon 584: //The suppression of an institute pertains only to the Apostolic See.// Also the only house: 616.2   * 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. //   * Canon 605: //The approval of new forms of consecrated life is reserved only to the Apostolic See. //
Line 222: Line 199:
     * Secular Institutes (c710 – 730) (+15 esp vows, separation)     * Secular Institutes (c710 – 730) (+15 esp vows, separation)
       * sacred bonds, evangelical counsels, living in the world       * sacred bonds, evangelical counsels, living in the world
-Apostolic Oblates, Apostolic Sodales,  +      * [[https://www.cmis-int.org/en/institutes/presence-by-country/| CMIS]]
-Caritas Christi, +
-Catechists of the Heart of Jesus [Ukrainian],  +
-Company of StPaul,  +
-Company of StUrsula,  +
-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 Oblates Apostolic Sodales  ^  Jesus Caritas Fraternity  ^  
 +^  ASPIRING IN US  ^  Lay Missionaries of the Passion  ^  
 +^  Blessed Trinity Missionary Institute  ^  Madonna della Strada/Our Lady of the Way  ^  
 +^  Caritas Christi  ^  Mission of Our Lady of Bethany  ^  
 +^  Catechists of the Heart of Jesus [Ukrainian]  ^  Missionaries of the Kingship of Christ  ^  
 +^  Company of St. Paul  ^  Notre-Dame de Vie  ^  
 +^  Company of St. Ursula  ^  Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate  ^  
 +^  Crusaders of Saint Mary  ^  Opus Spiritus Sancti  ^  
 +^  DeSales Secular Institute  ^  Pius X Society  ^  
 +^  Don Bosco Volunteers  ^  Schoenstatt Family Institute ^  
 +^  Family of Mary of the Visitation  ^  Schoenstatt Fathers  ^  
 +^  Father Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata  ^  Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary  ^  
 +^  Franciscan Missionaries of Jesus Crucified  ^  Servite Secular Institute  ^  
 +^  Handmaids of Divine Mercy  ^  Servitium Christi  ^  
 +^  Institute of the Heart of Jesus  ^  Voluntas Dei Institute  ^  
 + 
 +  * Societies of Apostolic Life (c731 – 746)(+58 esp, vows, formation, governance, separation)
       * apostolic purpose ... living fraternal life in common       * apostolic purpose ... living fraternal life in common
-Apostles of the Interior Life,  +      * [[http://www.gcatholic.org/orders/type-r3.htm | examples]] 
-Bethlehem Mission Society,  +
-Companions of the Cross,  +
-Congregation of Jesus and Mary - The Eudists,  +
-Congregation of the Mission,  +
-Daughters of Charity of StVincent 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 StThomas the Apostle (MST,  +
-Oratory of Saint Philip Neri,  +
-PIME Missisonaries,  +
-Paulist Fathers,  +
-Priestly Fraternity of StPeter,  +
-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   * Ecclesial Movements
   * Eastern Churches //sui iuris//   * Eastern Churches //sui iuris//
Line 288: Line 230:
  
 =====Consecrated Life===== =====Consecrated Life=====
 +[[book2.3|The rest of the course is found at this link.]]
 ====Common Norms==== ====Common Norms====
 === Nature === === Nature ===
academic.1552330889.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/03/11 12:01 by amycsj