Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
IUS/11 - ECCLESIASTICAL AND CANON LAW
1° periodo di lezioni dal Oct 3, 2016 al Dec 16, 2016.
The course aims to provide essential tools learning and analysis about the two-thousand years old juridical order of the Catholic Church. Despite its strong originality in comparison to the world of the secular laws, the law of the Church has played a significant role in the creation and the development of the european legal culture; many institutions and many solutions of the juridical problems adopted by the States laws are derived from the canonical models. The course aims at explaining thoroughly canon law’s sources of divine right and sources of human right, fundamental rights of the faithful and government structures of the universal Church and of the particular Churches. A special importance will be given to canon law on marriage, wich obtains civile power in the Concordat between Italy and the Holy See.
Sources of Canon law: divine right and human right
The canonical condition of the christian faithful: clerics, lay faithful, religious.
The power of governance and the hierarchical constitution of the Church
The ecclesiastical office
Government of the universal Church. The Roman Pontiff and the College of Bishops.
Government of the particular Churches. The diocese. The parish
The temporal goods of the Church.
The penal regulation in ecclesiastical law.
The marriage. Cases to declare the nullity of marriage.
G. DALLA TORRE, Lezioni di diritto canonico, 4a ed., Torino, Giappichelli, 2014.
C. CARDIA, La Chiesa tra storia e diritto, Torino, Giappichelli, 2010, pp. 1-361.
M. J. ARROBA CONDE – M. RIONDINO, Introduzione al diritto canonico, Firenze, Le Monnier, 2016.
Gli studenti frequentanti potranno sostenere l’esame sugli appunti delle lezioni.
Per le fonti normative si potrà utilmente consultare:
Codice di diritto canonico e leggi complementari commentato, a cura di J. I. ARRIETA, Roma, Coletti S. Pietro, 2010