jus canonicum

  • 1Jus canonĭcum — (lat.), s. Kanonisches Recht …

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  • 2JUS Canonicum — vide supra …

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  • 3jus canonicum — kəˈnänə̇kəm noun Etymology: Medieval Latin : canon law * * * /yoohs kah noh ni koom /; Eng. /jus keuh non i keuhm/, Latin. See canon law. * * * jus canonicum /kə nonˈi kəm or ka nonˈik ŭm/ noun Canon law • • • …

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  • 4jus canonicum — /yoohs kah noh ni koom /; Eng. /jus keuh non i keuhm/, Latin. See canon law. * * * …

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  • 5jus canonicum — /jas kanonakam/ The canon law …

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  • 6jus canonicum — /jas kanonakam/ The canon law …

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  • 7jus canonicum — The canon law. The term is applied to both the canon or ecclesiastical law of England and to the ancient law of the church of Rome …

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  • 8Codex Jus Canonicum — Code de droit canonique Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Code de droit canonique de 1917 Code de droit canonique de 1983 Ce document provient de « Code de droit canonique ». Catégorie :… …

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  • 9Jus — 1Jus [ju:s] das; , Jura <aus gleichbed. lat. ius, Gen. iuris »Recht«, vgl. 1↑Jura> Recht, Rechtswissenschaft; Jus ad R′em: Recht auf die Sache (Eigentums , Nutzungsanspruch); Jus aequum [ ɛkvuum]: billiges Recht (Recht, das für… …

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  • 10CANONICUM Jus — priscis Ecclesiae saeculis tacitum, circa tempora Gregorii VII. alias Hildebrandi dicti, hôc nomine insigniri coepit, cum prius Canonum nomine Ecclesia contenta esset. Primitus enim Scriptura sola audita est usque ad Concilium Nicaenum I. a quo… …

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  • 11Jus — (lat.), das Recht. J. canonĭcum, Kanonisches Recht; J. circa sacra, das Kirchenhoheitsrecht des Staates, im Gegensatz des J. in sacra, der Kirchengewalt, als des Inbegriffs der Rechte, die einer Kirche als Korporation über ihre Mitglieder… …

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  • 12Jus — Jus, Mehrzahl jura, Recht. Rechte, auch die Kenntniß derselben, die Rechtswissenschaft, jurisprudentia. Die alten Römer verstanden unter j. alles, was recht und billig ist, näher das, was durch ein Gesetz (lex), d.h. durch einen vom Volke… …

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  • 13Canon Law — • Canon law is the body of laws and regulations made by or adopted by ecclesiastical authority, for the government of the Christian organization and its members Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Canon Law     Canon Law …

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  • 14Ernricus Pirhing — (born at Sigarthin, near Passau, 1606; died between 1678 and 1681) was a German Jesuit canon lawyer.LifeAt the age of twenty two he entered the Society of Jesus, where he gave instruction in the Sacred Sciences. He taught canon law and Scripture… …

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  • 15Pirhing, Ernricus — • German Jesuit (1606 1681) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pirhing, Ernricus     Ernricus Pirhing     † …

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  • 16Legacies — • In its most restricted sense, by a pious legacy or bequest (legatum pium) is understood, the assigning, by a last will, of a particular thing forming part of an estate, to a church or an ecclesiastical institution Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …

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  • 17Canon — • Ecclesiastical person • Musical term, the strictest of all contrapuntal forms Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Canon     Canon …

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  • 18Ecclesiastical Prisons —     Ecclesiastical Prisons     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Prisons     It is plain from many decrees in the Corpus Juris Canonici that the Church has claimed and exercised the right, belonging to a perfect and visible society, of… …

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  • 19Francesco Antonio Zaccaria — (March 27, 1714, Venice October 10, 1795, Rome) was an Italian theologian, historian, and prolific writer.He joined the Austrian province of the Society of Jesus, in 18 October, 1731. Zaccaria taught grammar and rhetoric at Gorz, and was ordained …

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  • 20Francesco Antonio Zaccaria — (né le 27 mars 1714 à Venise, décédé le 10 octobre 1795 à Rome à l âge de 81 ans) était un théologien et historien italien et un écrivain prolifique. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Bibliographie …

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