1 edition of Canons and commentaries on marriage found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 189-190.Includes index.
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Put more technically, their age is an impediment to marriage under, as it happens in this example, both canon and civil law. our laws in however remedied with regard to lunatics, and perfons under frenzies, by the exprefs words of the ftatute 15 Geo. CHAPTER III: THE PROCESS FOR THE DISPENSATION FROM A RATIFIED AND NON-CONSUMMATED MARRIAGE Canon 1697 The parties alone, or indeed one of them even if the other is unwilling, have the right to seek the favour of a dispensation from a ratified and non-consummated marriage.
1068 In danger of death and if other proofs cannot be obtained, the aYrmation of the contracting parties, even sworn if the case warrants it, that they are baptized and Canons and commentaries on marriage prevented by no impediment is sufficient unless there are indications to the contrary.
In general, all perfons are able to contract themfelves in marriage, unlefs they labour under fome particular difabilities, and incapacities. A final, very important point on grounds for annulments: each of the three factors discussed above must be investigated as they existed at the time of the wedding. Societies develop different lists of impediments to marriage based in part on the issues that each society feels are important for marriage. THE other fort of difabilities are thofe which are created, or at leaft enforced, by the municipal laws.
THE SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK Cann.
By the common law, if the parties themfelves were of the age of confent, there wanted no other concurrence to make the marriage valid: and this was agreeabel to the canon law. NOW thefe difabilities are of two forts: firft, fuch as are canonical, and therefore fufficient by the ecclefiaftical laws to avoid the marriage in the fpiritual court; but thefe Canons and commentaries on marriage our law only make the marriage voidable, and not ipfo facto void, until fentence of nullity be obtained.
Most people attempting to enter marriage now have been raised with legalized abortion, an almost complete acceptance of contraception, the collapse of nearly all forms of sexual Canons and commentaries on marriage, and a pervasive no-fault divorce mentality.
To be valid the mandate must be signed by the one mandating and by the pastor or ordinary of the place where the mandate is given, or by a priest delegated by either of them, or at least by two witnesses, or it must be made by means of a document which is authentic according to the norm of civil law.
The consent of the parties, legitimately manifested between persons quali-fied by law, makes marriage; no human power is able to supply this consent. A marriage between a Catholic party and a non-baptized party can be celebrated in a church or in another suitable place. Bertolino: Gli elementi costitutivi del 'bonum coniugum'. Moreover, in christian marriage the spouses are by a special sacrament strengthened and, as it were, consecrated for the duties and the dignity of their state. 2, the local Ordinary is considered unable to be approached if he can be reached only by telegram or by telephone.
2 those who suffer from a grave lack of discretionary judgement concerning the essential matrimonial rights and obligations to be mutually given and accepted; Canon 1095.
1 One who, with a view to entering marriage with a particular person, has killed that person's spouse, or his or her own spouse, invalidly attempts this marriage. com Canon 1073 A diriment impediment renders a person incapable of validly contracting a marriage. Error concerning the person renders a marriage invalid. The word sister is here understood, either, 1.
But with us in England adultery is only a caufe of feparation from bed and board f : for which the beft reafon that can be given, is, that if divorces were allowed to depend upon a matter within the power of either the parties, they would probably be extremely frequent; as was the cafe when divorces were allowed for canonical difabilities, on the mere confeffion of the parties gwhich is now prohibited by the canons h.
Thefe provifions are adopted and imitated by the French and Hollanders, with this diffrerence: that in France the fons cannot marry without confent of parents till thiry years of age, nor the duaghters till twenty five s ; and in Holland, the fons are at their Canons and commentaries on marriage difpofal at twenty five, and the daughters at twenty t.
Canon 1107 Even if a marriage has been entered into invalidly by reason of an impediment or defect of form, the consent given is presumed to persist until its withdrawal has been established.
1026 A person must possess due freedom in order to be ordained.