Exclaustration: Its Nature and Use According to Current Law

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Gregorian Biblical BookShop, Jan 1, 1995 - Religion - 550 pages
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Exclaustration is not a frequently used juridic institute, but when it is employed, it can have serious repercussions not only for the exclaustrated religious but also for his religious institute.
The intent of this work is to present the law concerning exclaustration, and to discuss the issues in the law; and to present observations on the practice in exclaustration cases, in order to see how the practice corresponds to or develops the law, and to see what purposes exclaustration is, in fact, serving. The discussion of the law includes procedures and forms in regard to the issuance of exclaustration indults and decrees which were used by the Congregation for the Institutes of Consecrated Life and the Societies of Apostolic Life in its cases assigned to the year 1988.
 

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Contents

THE LAW REGARDING EXCLAUSTRATION
11
Exclaustration Types Competent Authorities and General Requirements
15
Cause and Duration for Exclaustration
89
Juridic Effects of Exclaustration
137
Applicability of Exclaustration The Living of Exclaustration
187
Comparison between Exclaustration and Absence Comparison between Exclaustration and Departure or Dismissal
213
Procedures and Forms in regard to the Issuance of Exclaustration Indults and Decrees
241
Conclusions
271
Statistics on the Cases
289
Motives for Exclaustration
319
Reactions by Institutes to Members Reasons
351
Other Aspects
385
Conclusions
425
GENERAL CONCLUSIONS
443
APPENDIX
459
BIBLIOGRAPHY
531

AN ANALYSIS OF THE CIVCSVA EXCLAUSTRATION CASES
281
Introduction to the Study
283

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