"Tesi Gregoriana Diritto Canonico" 28 ESAURITO
1998, pp. 404
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natura e origine della podestà dei vescovi nel Concilio di Trento e nella dottrina successiva (1545-1869)
"Tesi Gregoriana Diritto Canonico” 31
1998, pp. 300
Questo lavoro risulta essere abbastanza completo; si prefigge lo scopo di presentare lo scioglimento del vincolo matrimoniale non sacramentale in maniera sintetica offrendo una panoramica generale della materia in oggetto.
Robertus Rubiyatmoko , 1963, ordinato sacerdote a Semarang, ha conseguito licenza e dottorato presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana.
Polvani Carlo Maria
"Tesi Gregoriana Diritto Canonico” 34
1999, pp. 388
Authentic interpretation has followed a fascinating development. Its roots reach deep into Roman law and its complexity has fueled long debates in the Middle Ages. Shaped in its full form by Francisco Suarez, it has incorporated a new vision of human throught proposed by the great moral theologians of the post-tridentine period. Moreover it has been a fine example of the quality of Pian-Benedectine codification and of its reform conducted after the Second Vatican Council.
Carlo Maria Polvani, academic degrees include a B.Sc. And Ph.D. In Biochemistry from McGill University; a S.T.L. And S.T.D. In Canon Law with a jurisprudence specialization from the Pontifical Gregorian University.
"Tesi Gregoriana Diritto Canonico” 35
1999, pp. 280
Maturitas and canonical maturity escape defination. Can one speak instead of presbyteral maturity or of matrimonial maturity? Maybe. Uncertain standards for what constitutes a sufficiency or a minimum compound a more basic confusion as to what might constitute maturity. Recent discourse between the social sciences and theology perhaps has created an ambiguity not previously associated with presbyteral maturity, and has exacerbated the ambiguity curretly associated with the notion of matrimonial maturity developing in praxis.
Robert Geisinger, 1958, from late 1994 through 1997, he served as Associate Chancellor of the archdiocese of Chicago and as a presiding judge in the Chicago Metropolital Tribunal, in addition to his priestly ministry in two parishes.
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