Exclaustration: Its Nature and Use According to Current Law
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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Cause and Duration for Exclaustration
Juridic Effects of Exclaustration
Applicability of Exclaustration The Living of Exclaustration
Comparison between Exclaustration and Absence Comparison between Exclaustration and Departure or Dismissal
Procedures and Forms in regard to the Issuance of Exclaustration Indults and Decrees
Statistics on the Cases
Motives for Exclaustration
Reactions by Institutes to Members Reasons
absence Apostolic Apostolic Signatura Appendix Canon Law causa chap Chiesa CIVCSVA exclaustration CIVCSVA granted CIVCSVA indult CIVCSVA issued cleric Code commentators conceded congregation deﬁnitively dicastery difﬁcult diocesan bishop diocese diritto dei religiosi dismissal dispensation duty episcopal vicar Esclaustrazione exclaustrated member exclaustrated religious exclaustration granted exclaustration indult exclaustration request female ﬁle ﬁnancial ﬁrst ﬁve GALLEN GAMBARI grant an exclaustration grave cause imposed exclaustration indeﬁnite indult of exclaustration indult of voluntary indulto exclaustrationis indultum institute’s Iuris Canonici juridic Legittima assenza letter live male MASI MCDONOUGH member’s request monastery monastic nuns obligations ofﬁce Ordinary passive voice perdurante period permission perpetual profession priest prior leave Procedimento professed religious proper law Prot provincial superior qualiﬁed exclaustration reason regard religious habit religious institute requested exclaustration section 3.1 secular Sedis seems Separation of Members Signatura sufﬁcient superiors supreme moderator Table TORRES type of exclaustration vita consacrata vocation doubt voluntary exclaustration vows
Page 57 - Indultum manendi extra claustra, sive temporarium, idest indultum exclaustrationis, sive perpetuum, idest indultum saecularizationis, sola Sedes Apostolica in religionibus iuris pontificii dare potest; in religionibus iuris dioecesani etiam loci Ordinarius.