Combine two matters, on the one hand the more technical aspects of book of the ICIC 1983, being of great importance in order to be able to exercise the legal aspects in an integrated way and with attention to practice?
Furthermore gain insight in the temporal goods of the Church.
Learn to evaluate and set the interaction between secular law and canon law.
General knowledge Bachelor of Law and/or Bachelor in Theology.
Articles and literature
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Combining two matters, on the one hand the more technical aspects of book of the ICIC 1983, the elements that didn't get an opportunity in the basis course fundamental ideas/general standards, but that nevertheless are of great importance in order to be able to exercise canon law in an integrated way and with attention to practice.
Matters being treated are the significance and implications of the administrative power , its exercise in practice, as well as its partition amongst the different actors being part of God's people. A central position is also put aside for the office in Church, the way in which it is obtained and is lost. Notions penetrating the entire canon law, such as legal personality, domicile and prescription are also raised.
On the other hand the temporal goods of the Church are also examined in more detail. After an analysis about the meaning of property and possession in the Church and a reflection on the nature of temporal goods, and the profile of the administrator. Of course, pious wills may not be absent from this course.
Finally, an important subject is the interaction between the secular and the canon law in the sphere of the law of things, where the influence of the secular law is even greater than elsewhere in the canon sphere.
Description of learning activities
Lecture, seminars and intensive weekend programs with assignments