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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
February 18, 2014: Basic Taxation of Religious with annual update - This popular one hour webcast will discuss the preparation of the tax return for religious with taxable income, including an annual update on current tax issues. It will discuss the tax returns of the religious order as well. Registration
May 20, 2014: The Vow of Obedience in Civil and Canon Law – The vow of obedience has both spiritual and practical aspects. This program explores the legal issues involved. Registration
August 19, 2014: Community in Civil and Canon Law – Community is the privileged place of living religious life. It also gives rise to legal rights and responsibilities that will be explored in this program. Registration
Writers for this Wiki
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.
New to wikis? Please feel free to experiment here in the Wiki Sandbox. You won't break anything! ...
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
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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