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Concilium 2016/5

Revision of Canon Law

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ISBN-13: 9780334031413
Published: 31/12/2016
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Part One: History and Questions of Principle

Light of the World: Reclaiming the Historic(al) Role of Canon Law
Wim Decock

From the Council to the 1983 Code of Canon Law: Do we need a new reform?
Jesus Hortal

Legal Relevance of Canon Law.
Rik Torfs

Theology and Canon Law: Journeying Together
Felix Wilfred

Ecumenism and the Reform of Canon Law
George Nedungatt

Part Two: Towards Reforms

Human Rights and Canon Law
Peter G. Kirchschläger

From Junior Helpers to Valued Collaborators: Giving the Laity their Rightful Place in the Clergy-Centred Church
Sabine Demel

The Motu proprio Mitis iudex dominus Iesus: Opportunities, challenges and potential pitfalls
Hildegard Warnink

Part Three: Applications

For an Inculturation of Canon Law
Vincenso Mosca

More Subsidiarity in Canon Law: Bishops Conference and Administrative Tribunals
Burkhard J. Berkmann

Catholic Inter-Religious Marriage in a Muslim Country
Al. Andang L. Binawan

African expectations about a possible revision of the 1983 Code of Canon Law
Robert Kamangala Kamba

Part Four: Theological Forum

God in Time: On the apocalyptic roots of Christianity
Johann Baptist Metz

In Memoriam Virgilio Elizondo (1935-2016), the theologian of friendship
Carlos Mendoze-Alvarez

 

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