viii, 440 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
0813230144 (hardcover) 9780813230146 (hardcover)
Bibliography, etc. Note
"Bibliography of Monsignor Thomas J. Green": pages 23-28. Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Laudatio: in praise of Monsignor Thomas J. Green Omnium in mentem: the ad intra principles underlying the Benedictine emendations to the Code of canon law / Robert J. Kaslyn, SJ The 1983 Codex iuris canonici: a holiness code? / Nancy Bauer, OSB Pastoral solicitude and new national interests after post-war territorial changes: the annexation of Eupen-Malmedy by Belgium after World War I / Kurt Martens Promoting communion between the Apostolic See and institutes of consecrated life: canon 592 revisited / Rose McDermott, SSJ Preaching the joy of the gospel / Sean O. Sheridan The reservation to the judicial vicar of the introductory stage of the ordinary marriage nullity process / William L. Daniel The tribunal notary in North America: glorified secretary or misunderstood professional? / John P. Beal Prescription and the usefulness of time / Phillip J. Brown, SS The case of the missing candles: an illustration of rotal jurisprudence betwwen its reconstitution (1908) and the promulgation of the Pio-Benedictine code of canon law (1917) / Ronny E. Jenkins The responsibilities of judges for the admission of proofs in a penal trial / Robert W. Oliver Particular law and the Eastern Catholic diaspora / John D. Faris The significance for the Latin Church of Eastern canons 29-38 on ascription / Jobe Abbass, OFM The biography of Gratian, the father of canon law / Kenneth Pennington Can we still speak of the principle of subsidiarity in the church? / Roch Pagé Canon law as if the Holy Spirit mattered / James A. Coriden.
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