x, 127 pages, 5 unnumbered pages ; 23 cm.
Canon law studies ; no. 391.
J.C.D. Catholic University of America.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 120-123) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The intention is divided and considered under a threefold aspect The requisites of intention for infants and the perpetually insane An intention is required of adults for the reception of the sacraments Habitual intention is required but also suffices for the reception of the sacraments An implicit intention suffices for the reception of the sacraments The extent of the implicit habitual intention is limited An internal intention is required for the validity of the sacraments The validity of hte sacraments conferred in the face of contrary intentions Compulsion does not necessarily invalidate the sacraments.
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KBU22 .C36 v. 391
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Electronic reproduction of (manifestation): Vanyo, Leo V. (Leo Vincent), 1925- Requisites of intention in the reception of the sacraments. Washington, Catholic University of America, 1965