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  • 101Clement VII —     Pope Clement VII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Clement VII     (GIULIO DE’ MEDICI).     Born 1478; died 25 September, 1534. Giulio de Medici was born a few months after the death of his father, Giuliano, who was slain at Florence in the… …

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  • 102Pope Clement VII —     Pope Clement VII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Clement VII     (GIULIO DE’ MEDICI).     Born 1478; died 25 September, 1534. Giulio de Medici was born a few months after the death of his father, Giuliano, who was slain at Florence in the… …

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  • 103Privilege (canon law) — Privilege in the Canon law of the Roman Catholic Church is the legal concept whereby someone is exempt from the ordinary operation of the law over time for some specific purpose. DefinitionPapal privileges resembled dispensations, since both… …

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  • 104Bigamy (in Canon Law) —     Bigamy (in Canon Law)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bigamy (in Canon Law)     According to the strict meaning, the word should signify the marrying of a second after the death of the first wife, in contradistinction to polygamy, which is… …

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  • 105Canonical Faculties —     Canonical Faculties     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Canonical Faculties     (Lat. Facultates)     In law, a faculty is the authority, privilege, or permission, to perform an act or function. In a broad sense, a faculty is a certain power,… …

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  • 106Divorce (in Moral Theology) —     Divorce (in Moral Theology)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Divorce (in Moral Theology)     This subject will be treated here under two distinct heads: First, divorce in moral theology; second, divorce in civil jurisprudence.     The term… …

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  • 107Moral and Canonical Aspect of Marriage —     Moral and Canonical Aspect of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Moral and Canonical Aspect of Marriage     Marriage is that individual union through which man and woman by their reciprocal rights form one principle of generation. It is… …

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  • 108Kol Nidre — (Aramaic: כל נדרי) is a Jewish prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It is written in Aramaic, not Hebrew. Its name is taken from the opening words, meaning All vows . Kol… …

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  • 109Validation of marriage — or convalidation of marriage is, in Roman Catholic canon law, making a putative marriage a valid one, after the removal of an impediment, or its dispensation, or the removal of defective consent. Once a putative marriage has been validated, it… …

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  • 110Henry VIII — • Lengthy article which concentrates on Henry s break with the Church of Rome Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Henry VIII     Henry VIII      …

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  • 111Mixed Marriage — • Those between Catholics and non Catholics, when the latter have been baptized in some Christian sect. The term is also used to designate unions between Catholics and infidels Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mixed Marriage      …

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  • 112The Defect of Birth (Illegitimacy) —     The Defect of Birth     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Defect of Birth     (ILLEGITIMACY)     A canonical impediment to ordination. When used in this connection, the word illegitimate has, in canon law, a well defined meaning, which is: born… …

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  • 113Henry VIII of England — Henry VIII redirects here. For other uses, see Henry VIII (disambiguation). Henry VIII …

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  • 114Progressive dispensationalism — In Christian theology, progressive dispensationalism is a variation of traditional (or revised) dispensationalism. Together, progressive and traditional dispensationalism are referred to as mainstream dispensationalism. The term progressive is… …

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  • 115Médicament — Gélules Ampoules Un médicament est une substance présentée comm …

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  • 116Censorship of Books — • Either ecclesiastical or civil, according as it is practiced by the spiritual or secular authority, and it may be exercised in two ways, viz.: before the printing or publishing of a work, by examining it (censura prævia); and after the printing …

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  • 117Canonical Impediments —     Canonical Impediments     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Canonical Impediments     I. GENERAL NOTION OF AN IMPEDIMENT     The Latin word impedimentum signifies directly whatever embarrasses or hinders a person, whatever is an obstacle to his… …

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  • 118Sacrament of Marriage —     Sacrament of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Sacrament of Marriage     That Christian marriage (i.e. marriage between baptized persons) is really a sacrament of the New Law in the strict sense of the word is for all Catholics an… …

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  • 119The Roman Congregations —     The Roman Congregations     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Roman Congregations     Certain departments have been organized by the Holy See at various times to assist it in the transaction of those affairs which canonical discipline and the… …

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  • 120dispensationalism —    Dispensationalism is one of the most popular schools of theology and biblical interpretation among conservative Evangelical and Fundamentalist Protestants. It is grounded in the belief that Scripture and human history are divided into a number …

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