New commentary on the Code of Canon Law
Paulist Press, 2000 - Religion - 1952 pages
An entirely new and comprehensive commentary by canon lawyers from North America and Europe, with a revised English translation of the Code. Reflects the enormous developments in canon law since the publication of the original commentary.
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New Commentary on the Code of Canon LawUser Review - Overstock.com
Appears to be well organized and topic areas seem easy to find. There was no Imprimatur in the text which raises a red flag for me. There are other commentaries of the Code of Canon Law available on the market that contain Imprimaturs.
Review: New Commentary on the Code of Canon Law: Study EditionUser Review - Goodreads
Basically explains the premise that whoever has the canon makes the law. A decidedly conservative, but ultimately authoritative rundown of how the Church functions as a governing body... A must for all armchair theologians and proto-priests.
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