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dissolution of the matrimonial bond in ecclesiastical jurisprudence

Antonino Abate

dissolution of the matrimonial bond in ecclesiastical jurisprudence

by Antonino Abate

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Published by Desclée in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Divorce (Canon law)

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    StatementAntoninus Abate.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. ;
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2573526M
    LC Control Number85118174

    In Florida, a divorce is called a “dissolution of marriage.” Florida is one of the many states that have abolished fault as a ground for dissolution of marriage. The only requirement to dissolve a marriage is for one of the parties to prove that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” Either spouse can file for the dissolution of marriage.   A church marriage without more is a customary marriage and will not enjoy the benefits of a statutory marriage, except the church is licensed to celebrate marriages .

    The Defender of the Bond (a member of the Tribunal staff designated to protect the marriage bond) evaluates the case and presents all significant reasons that would argue in favor of a valid marriage and against a Declaration of Invalidity. The Judges carefully study the case, often consulting with psychological and pastoral experts. “[T]his book by Rotal lawyer Rev. Msgr. Piero Amenta, a professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University and an official of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, presents many issues fundamental to Christian marriage and its dissolution.”.

      In an interview with the Jesuit magazine America (September, ), Pope Francis described the Church as a “field hospital after battle,” in which the immediate necessity is to “start from the ground up” and “heal the wounds.” Then, “we can talk about everything else.” Certainly, a major “battle ground” for the Church has been the family. In the past, a woman was formally ‘chained’ to a marriage bond in several situations. See Westreich, E., ‘ Levirate marriage in the state of Israel: ethnic encounter and the challenge of a Jewish state ’, ( –) 37 Israel Law Review


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Get this from a library. The dissolution of the matrimonial bond in ecclesiastical jurisprudence. [Antonino Abate]. THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MATRIMONIAL BOND in Ecclesiatical Jurisprudence. [Abate, Antoninus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MATRIMONIAL BOND in Ecclesiatical Jurisprudence.

The book not only studies the Church discipline on dissolution of marriage bond – i.e., non-consummated marriage, Pauline privilege, polygamy/polyandry, captivity/persecution and favour of the faith – in detail, but also provides a step-bystep application of the procedures.

See also DIVORCE IN CIVIL JURISPRUDENCE. The term divorce (divortium, from divertere, divortere, "to separate") was employed in pagan Rome for the mutual separation of married people. Etymologically the word does not indicate whether this mutual separation included the dissolution of the marriage bond, and in fact the word is used in the Church and in ecclesiastical law in this neutral.

to the Sacrament of Marriage.) BOOK I: GENERAL NORMS Canon 1 The canons of this Code concern only the latin Church.

THE DISSOLUTION OF THE BOND Canon A marriage which is ratified and consummated cannot be dissolved by any human power or by any cause other than death. Canon This renewal is required by ecclesiastical law for. dissolution of the bond Can.

A marriage that is ratum et consummatum can be dissolved by no human power and by no cause, except death. Can. For a just cause, the Roman Pontiff can dissolve a non-consummated marriage between baptized persons or between a baptized party and a non-baptized party at the request of both parties or of.

Muslim Women's Right to Dissolution of Marriage: Right of muslim women at the time of dissolution of marriage: section of crpc: maintenance: shah bano Marriage is considered as a sacrosanct bond and no personal law envisages to break the unification of the two.

In these three categories it is only the Roman Catholic Church which. The Dissolution Of Muslim Marriage Act, May Provide More Rights To Women Of Subcontinent If Applied According To True Doctrine Of Maliki School Of Islamic Jurisprudence: An Overview.

The following glossary may help with terms encountered in canonical literature or in formal Church processes. Acta Apostolicae Sedis: Usually cited as official publication of the Holy See which contains a report on addresses and activities of the pope as well as the official text of documents, such as encyclicals, decrees, directives and the like.

Can. A person bound by the bond of a prior marriage, even if it was not consummated, invalidly attempts marriage. Even if the prior marriage is invalid or dissolved for any reason, it is not on that account permitted to contract another before the nullity or dissolution of the prior marriage is established legitimately and certainly.

The Laws of Marriage: Containing the Hebrew Law, the Roman Law, the Law of the New Testament, and the Canon Law of the Universal Church: Concerning and the Dissolution of the Marriage Bond [Fulton, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Laws of Marriage: Containing the Hebrew Law, the Roman Law, the Law of the New Testament, and the Canon Law Reviews: 1. First and foremost, Fr. O’Donoghue’s article on “The Dissolution of the Marriage Bond” was a breath of fresh air at least for this student.

Recent articles in the coursework have seemed to focus less on marriage and more on how great ecumenism is. tion. In Church law, an annulment is a declaration that the marriage bond never did exist-that the marriage never took place.

A dissolution consists in the breaking of a valid marriage bond in order that one or both parties may contract another marriage. A dissolution is a canoni-cal or ecclesiastical. The Laws of Marriage: Containing the Hebrew Law, the Roman Law, the Law of the New Testament, and the Canon Law of the Universal Church: Concerning and the Dissolution of the Marriage Bond [Fulton, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Laws of Marriage: Containing the Hebrew Law, the Roman Law, the Law of the New Testament, and the Canon Law of the Universal Church Reviews: 1. Dissolution by the Pope of Marriage not yet Consummated.—The pope’s authority as supreme head of the Church to dissolve Christian marriage not yet consummated is proved on the one hand from the words of Christ to Peter, Matt., xvi, 19 (see above, under B 2), and on the other, from the dissolubility of such a marriage by religious profession.

book ivfunction of the church (cann. - ) part i. the sacraments. title vii. marriage (cann. - ) chapter ix. the separation of spouses. art. separation with the bond remaining; previous - next. In view of new matrimonial law contained in the decree "Ne Temere" of Pius X this also holds anywhere if a marriage is attempted only before a civil authority or non-Catholic minister of religion.

Yet if an ecclesiastical form had been used, and the nullity from clandestinity was questioned, the presence of the defender is required; but if the. The power of the Church to dissolve marriage in favour of the faith has been regulated until now, apart from the pauline privilege, by the Instruction on the Dissolution of Marriage and the Procedural Norms approved by Paul VI and published in by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

These documents presented the conditions in. For some Roman Catholics, divorce has major consequences over and above those for non-Catholics.

It is of crucial importance to these divorcees that, after the Family Law Act proceedings finish, the (Catholic) Marriage Tribunal is approached for a Canon Law finding that the marriage was null and void - such a finding can be made even though there are children of the marriage (who may remain.

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The Laws of Marriage: Containing the Hebrew Law, the Roman Law, the Law of the New Testament, and the Canon Law of the Universal ChurchReviews: 1. Marriage in the Catholic Church, also called matrimony, is the "covenant by which a man and woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life and which is ordered by its nature to the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring", and which "has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament between the baptised.".According to the Catholic Church's canon law, the Pauline privilege does not apply when either of the partners was a Christian at the time of marriage.

It differs from annulment because it dissolves a valid natural (but not sacramental) marriage whereas an annulment declares that a marriage .It is the dissolution of a valid, but non-sacramental, natural bond of marriage by the Holy See in certain, specified cases. The determination is based on case-specific facts and circumstances.