The Communication of Catholics with Schismatics

The Communication of Catholics with Schismatics v1

FOREWORD​

PART ONE — HISTORICAL SYNOPSIS​

CHAPTER I — The Early Councils and the Decree of Gratian.​

Introduction .

Article I. Preliminary Notions .

A. Notion of Schism.

B. Status of Schismatics.

C. Notion of Communication.

Article II. Communication with Schismatics in the Early Councils and in the Decree of Gratian.

A. Communication with Schismatics in the Early Councils.

B. Communication with Schismatics in the Decree of Gratian.

CHAPTER II — From the Decree of Gratian to the Beginning of the XVII Century.​

Article I. Laws concerning Schismatics in the Decretals of Gregory IX.

Article II. Particular Law Governing the Communication with Schismatics.

Article III. Schismatics as Included under the Laws Governing Communication with Excommunicates.

CHAPTER III — From the Beginning of the XVII Century to the Code of Canon Law.​

Article I. The Replies and the Instructions of the Sacred Congregations.

Article II. General Norms Governing Communication with Schismatics.

Article III. Ecclesiastical Sanctions.

PART TWO — CANONICAL COMMENTARY​

CHAPTER IV — General Norms Governing Communication with Schismatics.​

Introduction.

Article I. Active Participation (Canon 1258, §1) ...

Article II. Passive Participation (Canon 1258, §2) ...

Chapter V — Communication in the Reception of the Sacraments.​

Article I. General Observations.

Article II. The Sacraments in General.

Article III. Baptism and Confirmation.

A. The Minister of Baptism.

B. Sponsors at Baptism and Confirmation.

Article IV. The Holy Eucharist.

A. Sacrifice of the Mass.

1. Place of Sacrifice.

2. Assistance at Mass.

B. Holy Communion.

Article V. Penance.

A. Outside the Danger of Death.

B. In Danger of Death.

Article VI. Extreme Unction.

Article VII. Holy Orders.

Article VIII. Matrimony.

A. Marriages of Catholics Before a Schismatic Minister Acting in His Official Religious Capacity.

B. The Presence of Catholics at Schismatic Marriages.

CHAPTER VI — Communication in Regard to the Sacramentals.​

Article I. The Sacramentals in General.

Article II. Funerals and Burials.

CHAPTER VII — Miscellaneous Questions.​

Article I. Entering a Schismatic Church.

Article II. Singing in Church or Playing the Organ

Article III. Processions.

Article IV. Communication in Prayer.

Article V. Sermons.

Article VI. Oaths.

Article VII. Co-operation in Schismatic Worship.

A. Building of Schismatic Churches.

B. Furnishing Articles Necessary for Worship.

C. Contributing toward the Support of a Schismatic Sect.

D. Calling a Schismatic Minister.

Article VIII. Ecclesiastical Sanctions.

CHAPTER VIII — Religious Communication’ of Schismatics with Catholics.​

Article I. Administering the Sacraments to Schismatics.

A. Outside the Danger of Death.

B. In Danger of Death.

1. Schismatic in Full Possession of His Senses.

2. Schismatic Bereft of His Senses.

Article II. Reception and Use of the Sacramentals by Schismatics.

Article III. Presence of Schismatics at Catholic Functions.

A. Schismatic Sponsor at Baptism and Confirmation.

B. Matrimony.

1. Mixed Marriages.

2. Assistance at Marriage.

C. Funerals and Burials.

D. Schismatic Chanters and Organists.

E. Sermons.

F. Processions.

Article IV. Miscellaneous Questions.

A. Offering of Mass or Prayers for Schismatics.

B. Commemorating Schismatics in the Liturgy

C. Ringing Church Bells During Schismatic Celebrations.

CONCLUSIONS.​

BIBLIOGRAPHY.​

ABBREVIATIONS.​

ALPHABETICAL INDEX.​

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE.​

CANON LAW STUDIES.​

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