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Canon Law - The Congregation of Saint Office

 
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La congrégation du Saint-Office


Le Saint-Office est le gardien de l'incommensurable sagesse contenue dans les écritures, ainsi que le promoteur de la cause des Saints de l'Eglise Universelle. Il se livre à l'étude, au commentaire et à la publication du corps des textes dogmatiques. Il est garant de leur intégrité, et doit veiller à leur éternelle conservation.

Le Saint-Office est dirigé par le chancelier de la congrégation, cardinal désigné par ses pairs au sein de la curie.


Du statut de théologue.

Est institué le cénacle du Saint-Office, constitué de la pleine assemblée des théologues de la congrégation du Saint-Office. Le cénacle se réunit en privé.

Cause matérielle - Peuvent accéder au grade de théologue du Saint-Office romain les fidèles ou membres du clergé qui auront suivi un séminaire de théologie spécialement organisé à Rome, et qui se seront illustrés par leur excellence intellectuelle, ou pour leur connaissance aboutie du Très Saint et Très Véridique dogme de la Sancte Eglise Aristotélicienne, Universelle, et Romaine.

Cause efficiente - Les théologues sont élus par le cénacle du Saint-Office sur proposition du chancelier ou d'un théologue de la congrégation et à la majorité des suffrages exprimés.

Cause formelle - Les théologues sont reçus formellement par le cénacle du Saint-Office, qui aura soin de rendre publique la nomination en place d’Aristote.

Cause finale - Les théologues renouvellent leur vœux de foi, ou les prononcent s’ils ne sont pas membre du clergé, font vœu de conserver l’intégrité des textes qu’ils ont sous leur garde au prix de leur vie, et font le serment de garder le secret sur les débats du cénacle du Saint-Office qui n’ont pas été rendus publics.

De l’avis consultatif.

Tout fidèle ou tout membre du clergé peut saisir un théologue d’une demande d’avis sur tout ou partie du dogme. L’opinion du théologue saisit de la demande, à la condition qu’elle soit formulée par écrit, a valeur officielle, et est réputée constituer la position de l’Eglise Aristotélicienne en la matière considérée.

L’avis consultatif formulé par un théologue peut faire l’objet d’un appel, sur requête du demandeur, auprès du chancelier de la congrégation du Saint-Office. Si celui-ci considère qu’il y a lieu de reconsidérer la décision rendue en premier ressort, il est tenu de réunir le cénacle du Saint-Office pour que l’appel y soit débattu.

De la mise à l’index.

Tout théologue peut présenter à ses pairs, en cénacle, une demande de mise à l’index contre un texte considéré comme hérétique, ou constituant manifestement un risque pour l’intégrité de l’Eglise Universelle. Un texte est mis à l’index à la majorité des suffrages exprimés en ce sens par les théologues du Saint-Office.

Les mises à l’index sont insusceptibles d’appel, et ne peuvent être relevées que par le cénacle lui-même, dans le respect du parallélisme des formes.

De la validation des textes

On distingue les textes mineurs des textes majeurs.

Les textes mineurs sont les commentaires dogmatiques et liturgiques qui ne sont pas destinés à être intégrés en tant que tels au dogme aristotélicien.

Les textes majeurs sont les traductions des antiques parchemins romains découverts depuis l’ère du renouveau de la foi, y compris les hagiographies des Anciens.

Tout fidèle ou tout membre du clergé peut déposer un texte en vue de sa validation auprès de la congrégation du Saint-Office. Celui-ci fait l’objet d’un examen approfondi, aussi bien quant à la forme que quant au fond, par le cénacle des théologues du Saint-Office, sous la gouverne d’un théologue-rapporteur désigné à cet effet par ses pairs.

Lorsque le cénacle considère que le texte soumis à son examen est prêt pour la validation, le chancelier du Saint-Office est tenu :
- de le transmettre à la curie pour validation définitive s’il s’agit d’un texte majeur
- d’en proclamer la validité s’il s’agit d’un texte mineur

Des procès en canonisation

Tout fidèle ou tout membre du clergé peut proposer à la canonisation un personnage dont on au moins trois fidèles aristotéliciens peuvent témoigner sous serment de la mort, et qui n’est pas reconnu par la congrégation du Saint-Office comme étant un Ancien.

Cause matérielle - Peuvent accéder au statut de Saint de l’Eglise Universelle : les docteurs de l’église, les martyrs, les prêcheurs, et les bâtisseurs (à définir).

Cause formelle - Les demande d’ouverture de procès en canonisation font l’objet d’un formalisme strict dont le respect est exigé, à peine de non-lieu. Les demandes sont adressées à la congrégation du Saint-Office, et doivent nécessairement être appuyées d’une hagiographie, compilation des éléments devant justifier la canonisation de l’intéressé.

Une hagiographie se compose :
- de la vie religieuse du postulant à la canonisation (ou vita), déclinée sur un style narratif, et appuyant sur les éléments de nature à caractériser le statut de Saint de l’Eglise Universelle
- d’une synthèse de la pensée du postulant à la canonisation, illustrée de citations directes
- d’un recueil de commentaires émis par des fidèles ou membres du clergé, et qui mettent en avant le caractère exceptionnel de la personnalité du postulant
- d’un recueil de maximes édifiantes prononcées par le postulant de son vivant
- d’un catalogue des reliques qui sont associées au postulant (en particulier la localisation de sa dépouille mortelle).
- d’une galerie de ses bannières, blasons, et avatars


Cause efficiente - Les hagiographie font l’objet d’un examen minutieux par le cénacle des théologues du Saint-Office, tant de la forme que du fond.

Lorsque le cénacle considère que l’hagiographie soumise à son examen est susceptible d’être présentée à la validation, le chancelier de la congrégation est tenu de la transmettre à la curie pour avis préalable. Si la curie émet un avis favorable, le chancelier de la congrégation du Saint-Office est tenu de déclarer ouvert le procès en canonisation du postulant.

Cause finale - Les procès en canonisation se tiennent publiquement sur la place d’Aristote. L’hagiographie est présentée à l’universalité des fidèles et du clergé aristotéliciens, qui pourront librement la commenter. Sept jours après l’ouverture du procès en canonisation, le chancelier de la congrégation du Saint-Office soumet l’hagiographie au vote de l’universalité des fidèles et du clergé aristotéliciens. Le postulant est déclaré, au terme d’un nouveau délai de sept jours, Saint de l’Eglise Universelle si son hagiographie recueille 70% d’opinions favorables exprimées.

Bienheureux

La cause matérielle = un fidèle ayant eu une vie et une foi exemplaires
La cause efficiente = il est proposé par n'importe quel fidèle déposant une hagiographie
La cause formelle = validation de l'hagiographie par le Cénacle du Saint-Office
La cause finale = le bienheureux devient un modèle pour tous les aristotéliciens


Le statut de bienheureux est accordé aux personnes ayant mené une vie exemplaire et ayant fait oeuvre de foi.

Ce statut est accordé par les théologues du Saint-Office. Ils vérifient que l'hagiographie proposée est conforme au Dogme et au Droit Canon et que le candidat-bienheureux a effectivement mené une vie exemplaire en tant qu'aristotélicien.

Ce statut s'obtient via un procès en béatification, conformément aux statuts et à l'organisation du Saint-Office.

L'hagiographie du bienheureux est publiée dans le Dogme. Elle pourra éventuellement servir de base pour une canonisation. Le bienheureux peut être considéré localement comme un saint et donc être l'objet d'un culte.


Saint

La cause matérielle = un bienheureux qui a eu un impact majeur sur le rayonnement de l'Eglise et de la Foi
La cause efficiente = il est proposé, sur base d'une hagiographie déjà validée, par n'importe quel membre du clergé romain
La cause formelle = validation de l'hagiographie par la Curie (après un éventuel débat populaire)
La cause finale = le saint est un guide sur le chemin de la vertu

Le saint est un bienheureux qui a eu un impact majeur sur le développement global de la Foi, de son vivant ou après sa mort.

Ce statut est accordé par les cardinaux qui vérifient que son impact sur l'Eglise fut bien majeur et positif. Si ce saint est un moderne, on prend l'avis des fidèles en Place d'Aristote.

Ce statut s'obtient via un procès en canonisation qui diffère selon que le saint est un ancien ou un moderne.

  • S'il est un moderne, l'avis des fidèles est demandé en Place d'Aristote. La suite du procès en canonisation se déroule selon les statuts et l'organisation de la Curie.
  • S'il est un ancien, la canonisation se déroule directement selon les statuts et l'organisation de la Curie.


Le saint est un exemple pour les fidèles du monde entier ainsi que pour tous les clercs. Sa pensée et son action sont des références reconnues par tous. On peut lui dédier des églises et des chapelles, organiser des pèlerinages et lui rendre un rite.
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    The Congregation of the Holy Office

    The Holy Office is the guardian of the immeasurable wisdom contained in the scriptures, and the promoter of the Causes of Saints of the Universal Church. It engages in the study, comment and publication of the body of dogmatic texts. It guarantees the integrity, and must ensure their everlasting preservation.

    The Holy Office is headed by the Chancellor of the congregation, a Cardinal appointed by his peers in the curia.

    The status of the Theologian

    Is established the Inner Circle of the Holy Office (coterie), consisting of the full assembly of theologians of the Congregation of the Holy Office. The Inner Circle of the Holy Office (coterie) meets in private.

    Material cause - Can reach the rank of theologian of the Roman Holy Office or the faithful clergy who have completed a theological seminary specially organised in Rome, and which will be illustrated by their intellectual excellence or for their accomplished knowledge of the Blessed Very Truthful and dogma of the Universal Roman and Aristotelian Church.

    Efficient cause - The theologians are elected by the Inner Circle of the Holy Office (coterie) on proposal of the Chancellor or another theologian of the congregation and a majority of the votes cast.

    Formal cause - The theologians are formally received by the Inner Circle of the Holy Office (coterie), who will take care of making public appointments in place of Aristotle.

    Final cause - The theologians renew their vows of faith, or pronounce them if they are not members of the clergy, vow to maintain the integrity of the texts they have in their care at the cost of their lives and vow keep secret the deliberations of the cenacle of the Holy Office that have not been made public.

    The advisory opinion

    Every faithful member of the clergy or a theologian can enter a request for an opinion on all or part of the dogma. The opinion of the theologian enters the application, provided it is in writing, has official status and is deemed to be the position of the Church on the subject Aristotelian question.

    The advisory opinion given by a theologian may be appealed, at the request of the applicant, with the Chancellor of the Congregation of the Holy Office. If it considers that it is appropriate to reconsider the decision at first instance, it is required to gather the Inner Office of the Holy Office (coterie) for the call can be debated.

    The blacklisting

    Any theologian may submit to its peers in the coterie, an application against a text considered heretical, or constituting a clear risk to the integrity of the Universal Church. The text is blacklisted by a majority of votes cast in this direction by the theologians of the Holy Office.

    Updates to the index are not subject to appeal, and can not be identified by the coterie itself, in accordance with the parallelism.

    Validation of texts

    We distinguish between minor texts of major texts.

    Minor texts are dogmatic and liturgical comments are not intended to be integrated as such in the Aristotelian dogma.

    The major texts are translations of ancient Roman scrolls discovered since the era of renewal of faith, including hagiographies of the Ancients.

    Every believer or member of the clergy may submit a text for validation with the Congregation of the Holy Office. It is subject to scrutiny, as well as to form the substance of the inner circle of theologians of the Holy Office, under the guidance of a theologian-rapporteur appointed for this purpose by his peers.

    When the coterie considers that the text submitted to it is ready for validation, the Chancellor of the Holy Office will:
    - Transmit to the curia for final validation case of a major text
    - Proclaim the validity if it is a minor text

    The canonisation

    Every believer or member of the clergy may propose to the canonisation a person when at least three faithful Aristotelian can give evidence under oath of this person’s death, and which is not recognised by the Congregation of the Holy Office as an Elder.

    Material cause - Can access the status of Saint of the Universal Church: the doctors of the church, martyrs, preachers, and builders (to be defined).

    Formal cause - The opening of canonisation request subject to strict formalism which compliance is required, on pain of dismissal. Applications are sent to the Congregation of the Holy Office, and must necessarily be supported by a hagiography, compilation of elements to justify the canonisation of the person concerned.

    Hagiography consists of:
    - The religious life of the candidate for sainthood (or Vita), available in a narrative style, and based on the evidence to characterise the status of Saint of the Universal Church
    - A synthesis of the thought of applying for the canonisation, illustrated with direct quotes
    - A collection of comments made by the faithful or the clergy, and that highlight the uniqueness of the personality of the applicant
    - A collection of edifying maxims uttered by the applicant in his lifetime
    - A catalog of relics that are associated with the applicant (in particular the location of his remains.)
    - A gallery of its banners, shields, and avatars

    Efficient cause - The hagiography are subject to scrutiny by the coterie of theologians of the Holy Office, both the form and substance.

    When the coterie considered hagiography submitted for its consideration may be made to the validation, the Chancellor of the congregation is required to transmit to the curia to notice. If the curia gives a favourable opinion, the Chancellor of the Congregation of the Holy Office shall declare open the canonisation of the applicant.

    Final cause - The canonisation publicly take on Aristotle's Square. The hagiography is presented to the universality of the faithful and the clergy Aristotle, who can freely comment. Seven days after the opening of the canonisation, the Chancellor of the Congregation of the Holy Office submits hagiography vote of the universality of the faithful and the clergy Aristotelian. The applicant is declared, after a further period of seven days, “Saint of the Holy Church” if his hagiography gathers 70% positive reviews.

    Blessed

    Material cause - faithful who have lived a life of exemplary faith.
    Efficient cause - it is proposed by any faithful submitting a hagiography.
    Formal cause - validation of hagiography by the Cenacle of the Holy Office (coterie).
    Final cause - the Blessed becomes a model for all Aristotelians.

    Blessed status is granted to persons who led an exemplary life and having done work of faith.

    This status is granted by the theologians of the Holy Office. They check that the hagiography proposed is consistent with the dogma and Canon Law and the candidate blessed actually led an exemplary life as qu'aristotélicien.

    This status is achieved through a process of beatification, according to the statutes and the organization of the Holy Office.

    The hagiography of Blessed is published in Dogma. It may possibly serve as a basis for canonisation. Blessed be considered locally as a saint and be the object of a cult.


    Saints

    Material cause - a blessed that had a major impact on the reputation of the Church and the Faith.
    Efficient cause - it is proposed, based on a hagiography already validated by any member of the Roman clergy.
    Formal cause - validation of hagiography by the Curia (after any popular debate).
    Final cause - the saint is a guide on the path of virtue.

    The saint is blessed who has had a major impact on the overall development of the Faith during his lifetime or after his death.

    This status is granted by the cardinals who verify its impact on the Church was very important and positive. If it is a modern saint, we take notice of the faithful Place Aristotle.

    This status is obtained via a canonisation process differs depending on whether the saint is an old or modern.

    If it is a modern, notice of the faithful is called Place in Aristotle. Following the canonisation takes place according to the statutes and the canonisation of the Curia.
    If an elder's canonisation takes place directly under the Constitution and the organisation of the Curia.

    The saint is an example to the faithful of the whole world and for all clerics. His thought and action are references recognised by all. He can dedicate churches and chapels, organise pilgrimages and make it a ritual.

Translated by Cardinal Statler on the 17th day of December in the year of our Lord 1461.
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The Chancellor of the Saint Office goes to the hall and expose a parchment with the new version of the Canon Law for the Saint Office.

Citation:


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    De Sanctae Sedis summo administratione
    Pontifical Bull « The Supreme Government of the Church »
    - Sequel -






    Book 5: The Higher Institutions of the Church



    5.1. The Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints



    Preamble

      The Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints is the bastion of the Dogma of the Holy Aristotelian Church. It produces and analyzes dogmatic texts to augment and enrich the collection of sacred texts for the entire Church, deciding which texts enter the Index (a list of prohibited works) and which people can be considered Blessed or Saint due to their exemplary lives. The theologians of the Congregation can also be called to give an opinion on part or all the Dogma. Lastly, the Congregation organizes the canonizations of the people recognizes as Saints.



    Structure and Offices of the Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints

      Article 1: The Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints is composed of two Offices - the Saint Office and the Office of the pickle Saint Theodule.

      Article 2: The Saint Office is composed by the French, Italian and International Scriptoriums, in which the important texts regarding the general Church and the life of saints are discussed and written, and by the Coterie of Theologians, in which the theologians reunite to debate and decide on the approval of the texts brought before them, taking into account its dogmatic importance and consistency.

      Article 3: The Office of the pickle Saint Theodule deals with the reconnaissance of the relics of the Saints and is composed by the Antechamber, in which every faithful can request a relic of the a Saint to be recognized, and the High Council, in which the veracity and the importance of the relic is acknowledged.


    Hierarchy of the Congregation of the Holy Office

      Article 4: The hierarchy of the Congregation is established as follows:

      • The Cardinal Chancellors of the Congregation of the Holy Office;
      • The Prefect of the Congregation of the Holy Office;
      • The Vice-Prefects of the Offices of the Congregation of the Holy Office;
      • The theologians and heuristics of the Congregation of the Holy Office;
      • The writers of the Saint Office of the Congregation of the Holy Office;
      • Any other necessary hierarchy, validated in the internal statutes of the Office in question, by one of the two Congregational Cardinals.


    The Congregational Cardinals and the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte"

      Article 5: The Congregation of the Holy Office is directed by a Chancellor and a Vice-Chancellor. They are both Cardinal Roman Electors, designated by their peers gathered in the Curia.

      Article 6: The Chancellor, together with the Vice-Chancellor, guarantees the proper functioning of the Congregation, coordinating and assigning duties among its members. The Chancellors divide the duties of the Congregation between themselves. In case of disagreement, the Chancellor has the primacy over the Vice-Chancellor.

      Article 7: The Chancellor may exceptionally appoint a person as an honorary member of the Congregation. This person holds an consultative position as a recognition of his past services to the Congregation. An honorary member takes part in the discussions inside the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte".

      Article 8: The Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, the Prefect and the Honorary Members form the High Council of the Congregation and meet in the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte". It is a meeting place for the officials to coordinate the proper management of the Congregation and its Offices.


    Prefect of the Congregation of the Saint Office

      Article 9: The two Offices of the Congregation are led by a single Prefect. The Prefect is appointed by the Chancellors after having discussed the candidates within the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte".

      Article 10: The Prefect must respect strict prerequisites, to ensure the proper functioning and the completion of his/her assigned tasks. He/She must be a baptized faithful who possesses a theology license.

      Article 11: The Prefect cooperate with the Chancellors and their subordinates in order to ensure the proper functioning of the Congregation and of his/her respective Offices.


    Vice-Prefects of the Congregation of the Saint Office

      Article 12: The Vice-Prefects are the auxiliaries of the Prefect and assist the Prefect in the exercise of his duties.

      Article 13: There is one Vice-Prefect for each Scriptorium and they are appointed by the Prefect, with the accordance of the Chancellors.

      Article 14: The Vice-Prefects decide on the priority of the documents to be discussed. He/She actively directs his/her writers in order to carry out the missions of the Office and reports to the Prefect the current situation of the multiple documents. The finished documents must then be sent to the Coterie of the Theologians.


    The Coterie of the Theologians

      Article 15: The Coterie is composed by the theologians, the Prefect, the Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor in which they decide the validity, quality and consistency of the documents brought before them, coming from the Scriptoriums, after a debate.

        Article 15.1: The debate has a minimum duration of 7 days, followed by a vote of 5 days

      Article 16: The theologians are elected by the Coterie on proposal of the Chancellors or another theologian of the Congregation and a majority of the votes cast. Only can reach the rank of theologian a baptized faithful who holds a theology license on a Seminary recognized by the Prefecture of the Aristotelian Teaching, and which will be illustrated by their intellectual excellence or for their accomplished knowledge of the dogma of the Universal Roman and Aristotelian Church.

      Article 17: The theologians vow to maintain the integrity of the texts they have in their care at the cost of their lives and vow to keep in secret the deliberations of the Coterie of the Saint Office that have not been made public.

      Article 18: The theologians also have as duty to clarify every doubt of any faithful member regarding the dogma of the Aristotelian Church. The opinion of the theologian has official status and is deemed to be the position of the Church on the subject Aristotelian question. Only the Chancellors can revoke any clarification of the Dogma made by any theologian, if they consider it was erroneous.

      Article 19: Any theologian may submit to its peers an application against a text considered heretical, or constituting a clear risk to the integrity of the Universal Church. The text is blacklisted by a majority of votes cast in this direction.


    The Office of the pickle Saint Theodule

      Article 20: The Office is managed by the Prefect of the Congregation, assisted by the heuristics, in which they decide in the High Council the validity and veracity of the relics brought before them, taking into consideration the life of the saint to which the relic belongs to, after a debate.

        Article 20.1: The debate has a minimum duration of 7 days, followed by a vote of 5 days

        Article 20.2: The heuristics and the Prefect have voting power, as well as the Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor


      Article 21: The heuristics are elected by the High Council on proposal of the Chancellor or another heuristic of the Congregation and a majority of the votes cast. Only can reach the rank of heuristic a baptized faithful who holds a theology license on a Seminary recognized by the Prefecture of the Aristotelian Teaching, and which will be illustrated by their intellectual excellence or for their accomplished knowledge of the dogma of the Universal Roman and Aristotelian Church.

      Article 22: The heuristics vow to maintain the integrity of the relics they have in their care at the cost of their lives and vow to keep in secret the deliberations of the High Council of Saint Theodule that have not been made public.

      Article 23: Every believer or member of the clergy may submit a relic for validation within the Office of the pickle Saint Theodule.


    The validation of texts

      Article 24: There are two types of texts. The minor texts are dogmatic and liturgical comments that are not intended to be integrated in the Aristotelian dogma. The major texts are translations of ancient Roman scrolls discovered since the era of renewal of faith, including hagiographies of the Ancients.

      Article 25: Every believer or member of the clergy may submit a text for validation within the Saint Office.

      Article 26: When the Coterie approves a document, the Chancellor of the Holy Office will transmit it to the Holy Curia for final validation in case of a major text or proclaim its validity if it is a minor text.


    The Blessed and the Saints

      Article 27: The Blessed status is granted to people who led an exemplary life and having done work of faith. This status is granted by the theologians of the Saint Office. They check if the hagiography proposed is consistent with the dogma and the Canon Law and if the candidate blessed actually led an exemplary life as an Aristotelian. This status is achieved through a process of beatification, according to the statutes and the organization of the Saint Office. The hagiography of a blessed is published in the dogma. It may possibly serve as a basis for canonization. The blessed are considered locally as a saint and are the object of a cult.

      Article 28: A Saint is a blessed who has had a major impact on the overall development of the Faith during his lifetime or after his death. This status is obtained via a canonization process that differs depending on whether the saint is an Ancient or modern and is granted by the Cardinals who verify if its impact on the Church was very important and positive. If it is a modern saint, the opinion of the faithful is taken into account in the Aristotle's Square. If it is an Ancient, the canonization takes place directly under the Constitution and the organization of the Curia. The saint is an example to the faithful of the whole world and for all clerics. His thought and action are references recognized by all. Churches, chapels, pilgrimages and rituals can be dedicated to him.


    The Canonization process

      Article 29: Every believer or member of the clergy may propose a canonization of a blessed when at least three faithful Aristotelian can give evidence under oath of this person’s death. This blessed could not be an Ancient, since their canonization processes are defined by the Curia, as aforementioned.

      Article 30: The opening of the canonization process is subject to a strict formalism whose compliance is required, on pain of dismissal. The applications are sent to the Congregation of the Holy Office, and must necessarily be supported by a hagiography and one or more relics, elements that seek to justify the canonization of the person concerned.

        Article 30.1: An Hagiography consists of:
        • The religious life of the candidate for sainthood (or Vita), in a narrative style, and based on evidence to characterize the statute of the Saint of the Universal Church;
        • A synthesis of the candidate's thoughts for the canonization, illustrated with direct quotes;
        • A collection of comments made by the faithful or the clergy, and that highlight the uniqueness of the personality of the applicant;
        • A collection of edifying maxims uttered by the applicant in his lifetime;
        • A catalog of relics recognized by the Office of the pickle Saint Theodule that are associated with the applicant (in particular the location of his remains);
        • A gallery of its banners, shields, and avatars.


      Article 31: As stated before, the hagiography is subject to scrutiny by the Coterie of Theologians, both the form and substance and, when it is approved, the Chancellor of the Congregation is required to transmit the Curia the notice. If the Curia gives a favorable opinion, the Chancellor of the Congregation of the Holy Office shall declare open the canonization of the applicant on Aristotle's Square.

      Article 32: The canonization publicly takes place on Aristotle's Square. The hagiography is presented to the universality of the faithful and the clergy, who can freely comment. Seven days after the opening of the process of canonization, the Chancellor of the Congregation of the Holy Office submits the hagiography to the vote of the universality of the faithful and the clergy Aristotelian. The applicant is declared, after a further period of seven days, Saint of the Holy Universal Church if his/her hagiography gathers 70% of favorable opinions expressed.


    The recruitment within the Saint Office

      Article 33: Anyone who wishes to apply for a position in the Saint Office must go to the Antechamber. The candidate must submit a baptismal certificate, with study licenses of Seminars recognized by the Prefecture of the Aristotelian Teaching (if any), and follow the standard application used in the Office.

      Article 34: The application of the candidate is then discussed in the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte" and, if approved, he/she is appointed by the Chancellors of the Congregation.

      Article 35: All the members of the Congregation are encouraged to further explore the Dogma of the Holy Aristotelian Church, studying in the Seminars recognized by the Prefecture of the Aristotelian Teaching.


    The duty of secrecy

      Article 36: All discussions within the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte" shall be subject to the right of confidentiality and the duty of secrecy.

      Article 37: The members of the Congregation shall not divulge sensitive information in relation to their function.

      Article 38: All work within the Congregation must remain within the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte" or inside the walls of the concerned Office, until the information is publicly divulged.

      Article 39: The obligation of confidentiality is applied to anyone who has access to the Salon "Bienheureuse Wilgeforte", including Roman Cardinals. These articles are not applied to the discussions submitted to the Sacred College.




    Canonical text on « The Supreme Government of the Church »,
    Given and approved in Rome by the Sacred College during the pontificate of the Holy Father Innocent VIII, the IX day of the month of June, in the Year of our Lord MCDLXV.

    Published by His Eminence Nicolás Borja, XI day of the month of June, in the Year of our Lord MCDLXV.


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His Excellency NReis Ribeiro de Sousa Coutinho | Archbishop of Braga | Vice-Primate of the Kingdom of Portugal | General Secretary of the Roman Registers | Writer of the Saint Office | Translator on Villa San Loyats



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