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Legal regulation of pastoral care in civil aviation
Disman, Jakub Jan ; Szabo, Miloš (advisor) ; Hrdina, Antonín (referee)
The thesis examines the regulation of pastoral care in the sector of civil aviation by the laws of the Roman Catholic Church (Latin Church). The general part first describes the theological reasons for special pastoral care, as well as the inception and development of its institutional organisation. The core of the general part of the thesis consists of identifying and interpreting the relevant legal standards of the Roman Catholic Church's (Latin Church's) general canon law. Attention is devoted in particular to the possibilities of organisational arrangement, the issue of airport chapels, their canonical status and use, individuals providing pastoral care, the specific issues of communicatio in sacris and the possibility of regulation by particular law. The special part of the thesis describes how pastoral care in civil aviation is organised in selected European Union member states and how it may be modified by particular law. Keywords Canon law, particular law, pastoral care, civil aviation, airport, chaplain, airport chaplaincy.
Communication in sacraments with another Christians
Disman, Jakub Jan ; Plavec, Karel (advisor) ; Opatrný, Aleš (referee)
Community with Christians from Other Churches The thesis is concerned with the legal regulation of sacramental community with Christians from other churches, from the point of view of the laws of the Catholic Church of the Latin Rite, with a view to particular law. It analyses the historical context of the formation of the present legal regulation, in particular the fundamental shift towards the ecumenical movement of the Second Vatican Council. Attention is paid in particular to the possibility of Catholic recipients accepting the sacraments of the Eucharist, reconciliation, and the anointing of the sick from non-Catholics, and vice versa. Because baptism is a required prerequisite for any sacramental community, a separate chapter is devoted to the validity and mutual recognition of baptism. The work also discusses mixed marriages, as marriage is a sort of "community in sacrament". Issues related to the sacrament of confirmation, sacramentalia, and church burials are discussed on the margin. In concluding, the work considers the possibilities offered by canon law in the development of ecumenism.

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