J.C.D. Catholic University of America 1942.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-169).
Formatted Contents Note
Part One: Historical synopsis I. Ancient laws 1. Oriental laws 2. Greek laws 3. Jewish laws 4. Roman laws II. Patristic writings and early conciliar legislation 1. Patristic writings 2. Early conciliar legislation Introduction Council of Elvira Council of Ancyra Canons of St. Basil Council of Lerida Canons of St. Martin of Braga Trullan Synod III. Canonical collections up to the twelfth century 1. Collections in the Eastern Church Greek collections Armenian and Syrian collections 2. Collections in the Western church through the ninth century Italian collections African collections Spanish collections Frankish collections 3. Collections in the Western church from the tenth to the twelfth century Regino of Prum Burchard of Worms Ivo of Chartres IV. Legislation from Gratian to Pope Gregory IX 1. Gratian and the Decretists A. The Decretum of Gratian Gratian's teaching regarding abortion Gratian's teaching regarding homicide B. The Decretists C. The Glossa Ordinaria 2. The Decretals before Gregory IX A. Compilatio I B. Compilatio IV V. From the Decretals of Gregory IX up to the Council of Trent 1. The Decretals of Pope Gregory IX 2. Teaching of the Decretalists Regarding abortion Regarding homicide 3. The time of animation Summary of Decretal law 4. Conciliar laws Particular councils The Council of Trent VI. From Sixtus V (1588) to the Code of Canon Law 1. From Sixtus V to Pius IX A. Object of the crime B. Subject of the crime To procure abortion To co-operate in abortion C. Penalties for the crime irregularity Excommunication 2. From Pius IX to the Code of Canon Law A. "Procurantes" Notion of "Procurare" What persons are called "Procurantes"? Mandantes Cooperatores et Mandatarii B. "Abortum" C. "Effectu Secuto." Part Two: Canonical commentary VII. Explanation of "to procure" abortion 1. The technical meaning of "to procure" 2. Intention and efficacious means 3. Further observations regarding the "procuring of abortion" VIII. Definition and explanation of abortion 1. Abortion defined 2. Meaning of "ejection" Refers to entire physical process of abortion Final ejection need not be spontaneous 3. Meaning of "fetus" True fetus Living fetus Human fetus 4. Meaning of "immature" fetus Differentiation between abortion and premature birth immaturity, absolute or relative? Practical norm for determining viability IX. Explanation of "Effectu Secuto" Abortion must actually occur Abortion must result from the means employed Certitude X. Embryotomy and removal of ectopic fetus 1. Embryotomy (Craniotomy) 2. Removal of an ectopic fetus XI. Persons involved in the crime of abortion 1. Pre-code controversy regarding the mother A. From Pope Sixtus V to Pope Pius IX B. From Pope Pius IX to the Code of Canon Law 2. Complicity and co-operation in abortion A. Regarding the censure Co-agents incur the censure Necessary co-operators incur the censure Untenable opinions regarding co-operation B. Regarding irregularity XII. The results which Ipso Facto follow upon the crime of abortion.
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