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Justice of the Church - Art 2. Punishment [addentum]

 
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Justice of the Church - Art 2. Punishment

1. In all instances, the object of a lawsuit brought before the justice of Church is to obtaining of the repentance or the abjuration of the condemned.

2. The punishment must be proportional to the offence, and taking in to account of the possibility of sincere repentance.

3. The punishments are pronounced only against those that have not repented and abjured or one that relapses into the same sin or did not sincerely repent and abjure, that is to say falsely repented or abjure. The punishment for those that are prominent or noble: public apology, pilgrimage, maintenance of the poor, the carrying of the cross, public flagellation, the temporary or permanent banishment from the diocese where the offense was made, the forfeiture of the duties and privileges of Church, excommunication or anathema, the broad wall, the narrow wall, or closed and solitary confinement.

4. One that is obstinate and relapsed can be delivered to the secular arm with or without recommendation.

5. Any temporal authority refusing to discharge the saintly duty to lend assistance to the justice of the Church in its combat for the triumph of the faith could be declared an accessory to the condemned, and could be the subject of a charge in front the pontifical court, in the capacity of a public figure.

6. One condemned that would not carry out the proper punishment that was inflicted to him is legally considered as being obstinate.

7. The Cardinal Primate or the Vidame of the ecclesiastical province on the territory of which was marked the sentence (if nominated) has responsibility to supervise its proper implementation.

8. Excommunication: Excommunication is the most severe punishment against an Aristotelian; he looses all his rights as an Aristotelian including all offices held within the church and all sacramental states such as baptised, married, or ordained. In the ZG Anglophone, only the Pope, the Curia or the ESPC, (depending on whom originally declared the excommunication) can lift the state excommunication.

8-bis Clergy and the Excommunicated:
Since there can be no fellowship between light and dark, no member of the clergy should have any relationship with the excommunicated, unless the excommunicated asks for redemption. This includes that no clergy member should appear on a political list of candidates with an excommunicated member. Furthermore, clergy members should in general shun the excommunicated in public settings so that they may be taught the need to repent.

If an excommunicated member seeks redemption, the clergy member may council with him and lead him back into the Aristotelian friendship. The clergy member will be allowed to speak with him until such time as the Curia or the ESPC decides to lift or not lift the sanctions against the excommunicated.

9. Capital punishment: the Church does not punish any human with execution. As was stated above in the 4th section, the obstinate and relapsed could be given to the secular authority. In some extreme cases, the ecclesiastic court could advise the temporal authorities to definitively keep the guilty from ever again plaguing the Aristotelian Community.

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