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[Canon Law] Book 1.4 Ordination

 
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    Ad mundi salutem per sanctificationem
    Papal Bull "Towards the Salvation of the World through Sanctification


    Part IV - The Ordination

    The material cause = all faithful who want to serve the Church and God above all.
    The efficient cause = he who rises to the priesthood must be a priest and have received the mandate of the Curia.
    The formal cause = sacrament of ordination and priestly vows.
    The final cause = be designated successor of the apostles and thus be able to access the high clergy.

    The material cause
    • Vagrants can not be ordained, unless they can move and become vagrant missionaries.
    • Peasants and artisans can be ordained, but they should be encouraged to take the path of the Church or medicine. If they choose the army, they must definitely renounce arms or secularize themselves, and if they choose the administration, they must do so for the defense of the Church within the institutions.
    • Theologians (Way of the Aristotelian Church) can and will be encouraged to get themselves ordained.
    • Doctors (Science Way) will be authorized to be ordained if they choose to practice in a religious order, or as a parish doctor.
    • Officials (State Way) must justify their willingness to be ordained.
    • The military (Army Way) can not be ordered by the incompatibility between the function of soldier and the status of priest.
    • A faithful person in charge of a family can not be ordained a priest, as he is only in charge of it while especially young children will not be prejudiced by its elevation to the priesthood. A case study will be conducted before the ceremony. In case of being a married faithful but without childre with the authorization of the marriage partner in this particular case the ordination annuls the sacrament of marriage.

    The spiritual life of priests focuses on their pastoral responsibility. It is at the heart of his Apostolic Ministry that priests live their own spiritual journey.
    The Aristotelian and civic education, the celebration of the mass and the charity of the shepherd are the sources of their spiritual life. The priest must be able to set a good example like Christos and Aristotle before him are his example.
    Certain priests will want to complete their spiritual life by getting involved in the "secular society". In this case the priest who chooses this path can only do so if he can reconcile it with his priestly work and preach the divine message.
    If the time comes when their position is opposed to their status as a priest, they must be step down from their position within the "secular society" before making decisions contrary to the Aristotelian message.

    Only the baptized, satisfying the mentioned conditions, in accordance with the rules of the Church and being aware of their commitment to a life in the service of God through the Aristotelian Church, can be ordained after having made their vows.

    The efficient cause
    Only a prelate can raise a baptized person to the priesthood. In exceptional cases, a priest particularly recognized for his participation in the service of the Church and the true faith may be authorized by the Curia to ascend to the priesthood without being part of the high clergy.
    The prelates are the cardinals, the bishops, the abbots and the rectors recognized by Rome. Priests who have a specific position within the regular clergy and accredited by the congregation of spreading the faith can also lead to the elevation to the members of their religious order.

    The formal cause
    The formal cause is divided into two stages.

    a) The vows
    The candidate must commit himself before God, a prelate and another priest to four points:
    • Not to carry arms except weapons of gala linked to the nobility or customary law.
    • To not form a family, for this he takes vows of celibacy and can not have any offspring.
    • To be exemplary: must privilege the study before the search for temporary goods. He will do what is necessary according to his rank and status in society, to receive his accreditation as "Theologian of the Aristotelian, universal and Roman Church" and to place his capacities in the service of the true faith and of the faithful in general.
    • To triple obedience: obedience to the hierarchy established by Christos, obedience to dogmas and obedience to Canon Law.
    b) The elevation
    Once the vows are made, he can be promoted to the priesthood to serve God, the Church and humanity.

    A priest, prelate of the Church or an authorized for ordinations will supervise blessings and vows based on the 4 elements of creation.The celebration that will precede then to the imposition of the hands, symbol of the divine quintessence (the ether). He will also reaffirm his faith in our Creed before receiving the insignia of his new life. Then he will be promoted to the priesthood to serve God, the Church and humanity.

    The final cause
    Once promoted to the priesthood, the son of God and brother of humans, becomes priest and spiritual father, can become a guide among the guides and assume a position of head of parish, diocese, province, or a religious order.

Translations by his Eminence Vanyar, March 1466
reviewed by Jolieen September 1466

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