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Online Intro to Canon Law
Canon Law 101 This series of four webcasts will introduce the the participants to Canon Law, the rules that govern church order and discipline of the Roman Catholic Church. While it will touch matters of Religious Life, it is intended to be a more broad based introduction to Canon Law for those who work for for Religious Institutes, for other Church ministries, and for those who would like to deepen their understanding of Church Law Registration
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- Covenant Project
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.
- Webcasts on Canon and Civil Law for Religious
Covenant Project Workshop April 2015 - Series of 4 webcasts is available On-Demand, on CD-ROM or Online. Webcasts cover Sponsorship, Eldercare, Administration and Canonical Leadership. Registration
Older and Indebted Candidates for Religious Life - May 19, 2015 – As they enter into our formation programs, come with challenging issues. This webcast will explore particular issues of older candidates and those with education debt. Registration
Privacy in Religious Institutes August 18, 2015 – This webcast will explore the issue of privacy in civil and canon law as it applies to religious institutes and their members. Registration
Associates of Religious Institutes ... a way forward November 17 2015 – This webcast explores the past, present and future of this important movement, then discusses issues and challenges, and provides insight into a way forward for the movement. Registration
Mystics & Prophets - This blog continues the conversation on emergent Religious Life. Blog: Mystics & Prophets
- New Book
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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