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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.
Legal Situation in the Diocese of Litoměřice from 1989 to 2010
Přibyl, Stanislav ; Hrdina, Antonín (advisor) ; Přibyl, Stanislav (referee) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
The first part of the doctoral thesis approaches its topic from the historical point of view: firstly, it summarises the history of the Diocese of Litoměřice from the erection of the Chapter of Canons in 1057; secondly, it briefly describes the history of the Diocese from its foundation in 1655 to 1989; thirdly, the events from 1989 to 2010 are discussed in detail, i.e. the episcopacy of Msgr. Josef Koukl after 15 years of vacant see in the context of the reconstruction of the Diocese after the fall of the communist regime, the situation in the Diocese during the episcopacy of Bishop Pavel Posád, the following period when the Diocese was administered by Dominik Duka and finally the time after Bishop Jan Baxant took canonical possession. The second part of the doctoral thesis is divided into six chapters and approaches the chosen period thematically according to the branches of the Canon Law. It tackles the governance of the Diocese, personnel and territorial-administrative matters, the exercise of the legislative, administrative and judicial power within the establishment and application of the Canon Law from 1990 to 2010. The thesis investigates activities of the Diocesan Bishops, of the Vicars General and Episcopal Vicars and of the Diocesan Curia; it deals with the exercise of the judicial power...
Privilege of the faith
Fiřt, Josef ; Plavec, Karel (advisor) ; Hrdina, Antonín (referee)
This thesis aims to explore a historical development of legal rules (according to CIC 1983, as well as non-codex cannons ) with respect to the Privileges of the Faith, i.e. the ancient Privilegium Paulinum and the more recent Privilegium Petrinum. The thesis provides a comparison of the common elements and differences between both legal institutes, and furthermore an identification of the major causes leading to changes in the canonical regulations. Based on practical examples of the application of these legal institutes, it concludes by discussing a potential future development of their application (de lege ferenda).
Marriage nullity and the convalidation ways under the code of canon law of 1983
Menclová, Martina ; Plavec, Karel (advisor) ; Hrdina, Antonín (referee)
This thesis aims at presenting in detail the facts that give foundation to the nullity of a marriage under the Code of Canon Law of 1983 and further clarify the ways of a possible convalidation of a marriage under the provisions of this Code, i.e. to clarify two forms of marriage convalidation - simple convalidation and radical convalidation (sanation). The first part of the work discusses the marriage from a Christian perspective in general and deals with the essential elements that are important for the marriage to be concluded in a valid way.
Transfers of Churches to Non-Ecclesiastical Subjects
Benešová, Jana ; Opatrný, Aleš (advisor) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
Transfers of Churches to Non-Ecclesiastical Subjects The thesis deals with the issue of unused Roman Catholic churches, specifically with the reasons and circumstances which result in transferring the churches' ownership to non-ecclesiastical subjects. The author presents a brief outline of historical and social context of this phenomenon, she submits comparison of this term's legislation under a canonical and secular law. At the same time she states requirements for a valid church transfer; she elucidates the approval process of the transfer, she gives her opinion of the transfer agreement's requirements. The author also pronounces upon a number of aspects influencing the transfers; she gives particular recommendations to improve the contracting process as well as to the Church's approach to this phenomenon. The considerations of the church buildings are not taken in as an expression of the Church's resignation to fulfil its mission. The author perceives this as an opportunity not only for the buildings but also for the Church itself. Keywords: church, owner, pastoral care Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The new ecclesial laws in 1949
Futera, Stanislav ; Hrdina, Antonín (advisor) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
The topic of the thesis are so-called "new ecclesiastical laws" accepted in 1949, that had served as one of the power tools for the oppression of the Churches and the control over the society. Within the chapters in sequence I deal with the description and genesis of these new ecclesiastical laws, received by Czechoslovak communist regime in 1949 and their importance not only for the confessional law of the following period until now. In this context I ask the question what are the extent effects not only for the life of the Churches, esp. the Catholic Church, but also for the mentality of the contemporary Czech society in relationship with the Church. This thesis is concerned with three spheres that are necessarily interconnected: First, the legislation of these laws themselves, second, the social reception of the Church interlinked with these laws, and third sphere is also the projection of these laws into the political rhetoric nowadays. The goal of the thesis is to reveal the deep interconnection and dynamics of the three spheres given, and explore how the way they were manifested in the past, and have consequently been manifested until these days. Keywords Czechoslovakia, 1949, ecclesiastical laws, the power and the law, present time: law, society and politics.
The Office of the Vicar General
Přibyl, Stanislav ; Hrdina, Antonín (referee) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
The initial part of the thesis deals with the term of the ecclesiastical office in general. An ecclesiastical office is any function constituted in a stable manner by divine or ecclesiastical ordinance to be exercised for a spiritual purpose. An ecclesiastical office is conferred to a suitable person with canonical provision. An office might be lost due to natural causes, due to the will of its holder or due to the will of the competent authority. The following parts of the thesis deal with its proper topic, i.e. the office of the vicar general. Firstly, a brief history of this office is mentioned: the origins of the office of the vicar general go back to the administrative organisation of the Roman Empire, and the office itself was developed in the Middle Ages after the papal seat had been removed to Avignon. There is also a reference to vicars general in the Czech history and to the probably most famous holder of this office, to St John of Nepomuk. Secondly, the qualities of the office of the vicar general are analysed, i.e. the nature of the power, its exclusivity and uniqueness in the diocese, its relation to the diocesan bishop and to other authorities of the diocese and competences of the vicar general. Finally, the thesis deals with limits related to the office of the vicar general and with...
Actus formalis defectionis ab Ecclesia catholica - Canon Law Institute in Context of Ecclesiastical Law and Pastoral Ministry
Man, Zdeněk ; Hrdina, Antonín (advisor) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
1 Anotace / Annotation Jméno a p íjmení autora: Zden k Man Název diplomové práce: Actus formalis defectionis ab Ecclesia catholica - institut církevního práva v kontextu konfesního práva a pastorace Název práce v angli tin : Actus formalis defectionis ab Ecclesia catholica - Canon Law Institute in context of State Ecclesiastical Law and Pastoral Ministry Katedra: pastorálních obor a právních v d Vedoucí diplom. práce: prof. JUDr. Antonín Ignác Hrdina, DrSc., O.Praem. Rok obhajoby: 2011 Po et stran: 170 Anotace Diplomová práce se zabývá institutem tzv. formálního úkonu odpadnutí od katolické církve (actus formalis defectionis ab Ecclesia catholica), který byl jako zvláštní kanonický institut vložen do Kodexu kanonického práva (CIC) 1983 (kánony 1086 §1, 1117, 1124). Institut je zkoumán v kontextu existence konfesn -právního institutu "vystoupení z církve" ve sledovaných zemích (SRN, Rakousko, Švýcarsko) a také v kontextu souvisejících pastora ních otázek. Problém odpovídající kanonicko-právní reakce na "vystoupení z církve" však institut actus formalis defectionis ab Ecclesia catholica vy ešit nepomohl, proto práce hodnotí jako pochopitelné, že byl církevním zákonodárcem s právní ú inností v roce 2010 zrušen. Annotation This thesis considers the institution of the formal act of defection from the Catholic...
Preparation for married life according to the canon law
Matějková, Monika ; Hrdina, Antonín (advisor) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE Titule: Preparation for entering marriage according to the canon law The topic of this diploma paper is the marriage preparation according to canonical law. Thesis is divided into three parts. The first chapter is focused on pastoral fields of marriage preparation. The next part discusses pre-marital enquiry in ecclesiastical law as well as nuptial protocol. The third chapter examines the difficulties that ought to have been discovered during the preparation but have to be adequately solved later (usually dispense claims). Included in the diploma paper is also a research of 49 engaged couples carried out in order to survey pastoral and legal marriage preparation in practise. Key words: marriage preparation, canonical law, engaged couples, nuptial protocol, dispense
Catholic Theological Faculties and Seminars in the Czech Republic from the Point of View of the Canon Law
Šimůnek, Petr ; Brož, Prokop (referee) ; Plavec, Karel (referee)
This thesis describes catholic theological faculties and seminaries in the Czech Republic from the point of view of the canon law. Canon-law rules are presented in the first part - especially from the Code of Canon Law and from the apostolic constitution Sapientia Christiana and the Norm of its application. In this part it is mentioned how these rules are applied at respective faculties i.e. at the Catholic Theological Faculty of Charles University in Prague, the St. Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology of Palacký University Olomouc and at the Faculty of Theology of University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice. The second part focuses on different faculties and completes information not stated in the first part and further focuses on the status of priest seminaries in Prague and in Olomouc and the Theological Convict. Some problems resulting from the legal status of the faculties and seminaries are treated in the closing part - especially the troubles connected with the discrepance between the Czech and the Canon legal order.

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