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Matrimonial dispensations, powers of bishops, priests, and confessors

Gerald Michael O"Keeffe

Matrimonial dispensations, powers of bishops, priests, and confessors

by Gerald Michael O"Keeffe

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Published by The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marriage (Canon law),
  • Marriage -- Annulment.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. Gerald Michael O"Keeffe.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1024 .O45 1927
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 232 p.
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6704506M
    LC Control Number27016717
    OCLC/WorldCa823870

    d) If the dispensation from canonical form is granted, it is not permitted to have two religious celebrations of marriage, one Catholic and another non-Catholic (c. §3). e) After the pastoral minister of the AMS Catholic part y has been notified that the dispensation from canonicalFile Size: 75KB. More precise data for the individual years reveal that, in , priests left the ministry, while 89 were readmitted. dispensations were granted, of which 68 were extended to .

    When a dispensation is granted, the law itself remains intact and continues to apply to others, unless they too were legitimately dispensed from its provisions. The code has significantly expanded the previous legislation, particularly in regard to the dispensing power of bishops. A bishop has no power whatsoever to set aside the natural law. (If a bishop ever gave that kind of advice, it would be advisable to notify the competent authority, either the nuncio of the country where he resides, or the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith directly.) (technically, the matrimonial consent) include the will to enter a.

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[Gerald Michael O'Keeffe]. "Matrimonial Dispensations, Powers of Bishops, Priests and Matrimonial dispensations (P) Neuberger, Nicholas "Canon 6 or the Relation of the Codex Juris Canonici to the Preceding Legislation" (P) Kelly, James "The Jurisdiction of the Simple Confessor" (P) 42 Feldhaus, Aloysius H.

"Oratories" (P) Doheny, WilliamPhone: () Papal dispensation. Papal dispensation is priests reserved right of the pope that allows for individuals to be exempted from a specific Canon Law. Dispensations are divided into two categories: general, and matrimonial. Matrimonial dispensations can be either to allow a.

MATRIMONIAL DISPENSATIONS. A matrimonial dispensation is the relaxation in a particular case of an impediment prohibiting or annulling a marriage. It may be granted. As disciples of Jesus our mission is: Evangelization: to evangelize ourselves, our families, our parish and local communities, and our world.

Liturgy: to celebrate our faith with joy through vibrant and prayerful worship. Education: to educate and become educated in the truths of the Gospel and in the formation of conscience.

Service: to reach out in love and service to those in need. Matrimonial Dispensations, Powers of Bishops, Priests and Confessors (Hardback or Cased Book) O'Keefe, Gerald Editore: Catholic University of America Press 10/1/ ().

A matrimonial dispensation is the relaxation in a particular case of an impediment prohibiting or annulling a marriage. It may be granted: (a) in favour of a contemplated marriage or to legitimize one already contracted; (b) in secret cases, or in public cases, or in both; (c) in foro interno only, or in foro externo (the latter includes also the former).

MATRIMONIAL DISPENSATIONS.—A matrimonial dispensation is the relaxation in a particular case of an impediment prohibiting or annulling a marriage.

It may be granted: (a) in favor of a contemplated marriage or to legitimize one already contracted; (b) in secret cases, or in public cases, or in both (see Canonical Impediments); (c) in foro interno only, or in foro externo (the latter includes Author: Catholic Answers.

Vademecum for Confessors concerning Some Aspects of the Morality of Conjugal Life. With the experience he acquired both as a priest and a Bishop, the Pope ascertained the importance of clear. The bishop can, if he chooses, delegate this power to someone under his authority; but canon 89 notes specifically that parish priests, other priests and deacons cannot grant dispensations unless that power is expressly granted to them.

The third category, matrimonial dispensations, i.e. regarding marriage, concerned only the laity since the clergy is celibate. Beside the three main classes of dispensation, the Roman Curia was ready to grant miscellaneous positive concessions to applicants, from individuals to larger organisations, although the former is rare.

The power to grant a marriage dispensation was, to my understanding, held by the Diocese (ie: the Bishop or Arch-Bishop) and not by the individual priest.

However, priests were sometimes extended the powers to grant dispensations to a particular degree without having to. They are episcopal, if the power or privilege conferred proceeds from a diocesan bishop, by virtue of his own power or ordinary jurisdiction, as for instance, the faculties of the diocese, to hear confessions, say Mass, preach, etc., granted to priests who labour in.

O’Keeffe, in his doctrinal dissertation matrimonial Dispensations, Powers of Bishops, Priests and Confessors (Washington, D.C., Catholic University Press, ), has this interesting comment: The question remains, do these vows (Major Orders and Solemn Religious Vows), after such a dispensa- tion has been granted, continue to bind outside the lawful use of marriage, and still constitute a canonical.

Greetings, According to my understanding, defrocking has to do with the suspension of a priest’s faculties due to some sort of incident. Laicization has to do with a priest leaving the clerical state, in which, his faculties are suspended, and the Vatican is notified of such a change, however the man, b virtue of his ordination does not cease to be a priest.

The hierarchy of the Catholic Church consists of its bishops, priests, and deacons. In the ecclesiological sense of the term, "hierarchy" strictly means the "holy ordering" of the Church, the Body of Christ, so to respect the diversity of gifts and ministries necessary for genuine unity (). In canonical and general usage, it refers to those who exercise authority within a Christian church.

4 Matrimonial dispensation. General powers of dispensation. The Pope and his Curia; The diocesan bishops; Vicars capitular and vicars-general; Parish priests and other ecclesiastics; Particular indults of dispensation; Causes for granting dispensations.

Gerald Michael O'Keeffe has written: 'Matrimonial dispensations, powers of bishops, priests, and confessors' -- subject(s): Annulment, Marriage, Marriage (Canon law) Asked in Authors, Poets, and. They are episcopal, if the power or privilege conferred proceeds from a diocesan bishop, by virtue of his own power or ordinary jurisdiction, as for instance, the faculties of the diocese, to hear confessions, say Mass, preach, etc., granted to priests who labour in the diocese for the salvation of souls.

His Excellency, aside from territorial extension, possesses no greater powers in regard to matrimonial dispensations than these diocesan bishops. A bishop cannot dispense without a special faculty, when two or more matrimonial impediments, diriment or otherwise, exist in the same case, or affect the same persons, though by reason of indults he can dispense separately in each of the Author: Catholic Answers.II.

MATRIMONIAL DISPENSATIONS. A matrimonial dispensation is the relaxation in a particular case of an impediment prohibiting or annulling a marriage. It may be granted: (a) in favour of a contemplated marriage or to legitimize one already contracted; (b) in secret cases, or in public cases, or in both (see IMPEDIMENTS OF MATRIMONY).Indeed for the validity of matrimony, just as natural and divine law requires the use of reason, so positive canon law requires the natural power of conjugal union.

The Roman Pontiff is above canon law, but any bishop is inferior to that law and consequently cannot modify it.