Category Archives: Canon Law

No stroke of a pen will change the question underlying the problem of divorce and remarriage

Dr. Peters begins his post with “Good grief.” He then, in his usual masterful manner, addresses the issue, pointing out the salient features, and deals with each systematically. BUT, he does not allow comments, and so I have to re-blog … Continue reading

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The human price of theological chatter

A Reblogging OFFERED BY Frater Bovious from In The Light of The Law Probably the largest misunderstanding of the Catholic Church (at least in the US) is that Catholic Teaching is up for vote or at least is subject to … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Renounces Papacy, Journalists Embrace Idiocy (ROME – Vatican City) Meticulously following Canon 322 §2, the Pope renounced the See of Peter on February 10th, 2013, with the following words (spoken in Latin): For this reason, and well aware of … Continue reading

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