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Canon Law - 1.4 Ordination

 
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MessagePosté le: Sam Juil 14, 2007 5:01 pm    Sujet du message: Canon Law - 1.4 Ordination Répondre en citant

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Ordination

The material cause : The faithful desires to predominantly serve the church and God.
The efficient cause : The one who desires to ordain a cleric must also (at least) be a cleric.
The formal cause : The Ordination Rite
The final clause : Access to the higher functions of the clergy


The material cause

-The vagrant cannot be ordained, except if he can travel and wants to be a missionary.

-Peasants and artisans can be ordained, but have to study theology or medicine. If the clerk wants to study administration, he has to do it in regards of his status as a cleric and he wants to study military tactics, he'll have to renounce to his status as a cleric.

-Students in theology can and are encouraged to be ordained.
-Students in medicine can be ordained if they accept to practice only in a religious order.
-Students in administration will have to be justified before being ordained.
-Students in military tactics cannot be ordained due to the conflict of interest between their clerical status and the necessity to use weapons.
-A faithful living with his family will have to prove that his children won't be neglected if he is to became a clerk. It will be a case by case study before the ceremony. If the faithful has a spouse but no children, only the spouse's authorisation is required, the marriage is then canceled.

The spiritual life of the clerk has to be about their pastoral responsibilities. It is in their apostolic ministry that the clerks lives their own spiritual life.
Clerks are to take their spiritual sources in the teaching of the Aristotelian faith, by celebrating offices and by charity. They have to be examples as Aristotle and Christos had been.
The clerk that would like to invest himself into the lay institutions can do so, if he continues to live in regards of the dogma and of the rules of the clergy. If in a lay position, he has to take decisions that are in opposition to the dogma, he would have to resign instead of taking such decisions.
The faithful has to be baptized if he want to be ordained.

The efficient cause

Only a prelate can ordain. A priest that would like to ordain has to have the consent of Rome.
The ordinary prelate is the bishop, the seminary director and the abbot.

The formal cause

The formal cause is given in two stages.

A) The desire
The candidate must commit oneself in front of God, a prelate and another priest on four points :

* Not to have a combat weapon , excepted: ceremonial weapons, those of the nobility or those of custom.

*Not to be married, so he takes celibacy vows and he cannot formally adopt.

* To be exemplary: he shall have to place priority to higher studies rather then the collection of temporal possessions.

He shall do what is necessary according to his rank and his status in the society, to receive his accreditation of "Theologian of the Universal and Roman Aristotelian Church" and use his capacities at the service of the true faith, and for the believers generally.

In the triple obedience: obedience in the hierarchy established by Christos, the obedience in the dogma, the obedience in the canon law.

B) The elevation
Once the wishes make, he'll be able to be appointed to the priesthood to serve Gods, the Church and the Humanity.

A priest, a Church prelate, or someone appointed for ordinations, will oversee sacrament and wishes based on the Four Creation elements .
The one who shall officiate will proceed with the laying on of hands, the symbol of the divine grace.

He shall also reaffirm his faith in our Creed before receiving the badges of his new life.
Then, he shall be able to enter the priesthood to serve God, the Church and Humanity.

The final cause

Once entered into the priesthood, the child of god and brother of humanity, he becomes a priest and spiritual father,
He shall be able to become a guide among guides, and to assume the office of a parish, diocese, province, or a religious order.

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