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You are invited to contribute; you will need a wikispot account in order to do so. On the upper right hand of this page, you can create an account. Some pages can be edited by anyone with a wikispot account. Once you sign in to your account, you will see the 'edit' button activated at the top of the pages that you can edit.
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Some pages require that you be invited as a writer. These are principally the pages with commentaries on the canons. If you would like to contribute to these pages, contact me at ahereford.org
NEW: Canon Law Papers
Some have contributed their Canon Law Theses to this site. If you would like to contribute your canon law thesis or dissertation, or an article you wrote, go to: Canon Law Papers. We'll organize by the Canon or Canons primarily discussed in your paper.
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Mystics & Prophets
This blog continues the conversation on emergent Religious Life. Blog: Mystics & Prophets
New Book to be released Religious Life at the Crossroads: A School for Mystics and Prophets
This project provides comprehensive service to religious institutes that wish to explore coming to their historical completion. In this difficult but grace-filled time, a community can live today's challenges with the same courage, fidelity and creativity that have marked its entire history. We assist communities in developing a timeline, in forming a web of relationships by identifying the covenant(s) and/or partnership(s) that will be helpful along the way and in putting the necessary documents. For more information.
May, 2013: Emerging and Transforming Religious Life - Religious Life is undergoing a transformation, brought about by forces at work within the institutes themselves, in the church and in society at large. This one hour webcast will discuss the legal and structural concerns that can facilitate or inhibit this transformation. Registration
August 20, 2013: Transitioning Sponsorship – Many religious institutes are exploring the ways in which their sponsored ministries will need to transition in the coming years to ensure continuity of mission and charism. This webcast explores the issues and options for communities. Registration
November 19, 2013: The Vow of Poverty in Civil and Canon Law – The vow of poverty has many dimensions: simplicity, solidarity, sustainability, interdependence. This webcast explores the legal issues raised by the vow. Registration
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