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    Regimini secularis Ecclesiæ
    Apostolic Constitution « About the government of the Secular Church ».



    Sixtus Episcopus, Servus Servorum Dei, Ad perpetuam rei memoriam





    Book 2 : Episcopacy, priesthood and religious constituencies  


    2.1 :The Apostleship


    Introduction 

    In regard of the plenty territorial differences which occure within the Italian peninsula and territory of Ireland, certain provisions are applied differently or other apply in addition. These provisions are included in the canons indicated by the term « proprius loci » and apply only in the aforementioned territories.


    Part I: Provinces and Dioceses


    Article 1:  The diocese is a religious district whose faithful are entrusted to a bishop, heir to the episcopal tradition as successor of the apostles, to be the religious guide with the help and cooperation of his clergy. 

    Article 2: The diocese is subdivded into parishes, the number of which varies according to the diocese. 

    Article 3: The dioceses are grouped in ecclesiastical provinces under the authority of a metropolitan archbishop.  

    Article 4:The neighboring ecclesiastical provinces are grouped together in primacies and placed under the authority of a primate to improve their management.  

      Article 4.1: A primacy is directed by an episcopal assembly taking up at least the bishops belonging to it, and has the power to appoint and dismiss the bishops of its territory.  

      Article 4.1 proprius loci : A primacy is directed by an episcopal assembly taking up at least the metropolitan archbisops belonging to it, and has the power to appoint and dismiss the metroplitan archbishops of its territory. 

      Article 4.2: Each primacy has its own statutes, approved by the Curia. 

      Article 4.3: Linguistic areas that can not claim the status of a primacy are erected in a vice-primacy and attached to an existing primacy or directly led by the Curia.  

      Article 4.4:  The Curia can also link a religious province to a nearby Primacy, or bring together several religious provinces into one Primacy.

      Article 4.5: LThe Curia can divide a Primacy into several – vice-primacies in order to facilitate its operation. These vice-primaties can function as primacy according to the limits fixed by the Curia. 


    Part II: The Episcopate

    When the term „bishop" is used, it refers, without distinction, to any holder of an episcopal power, wheather bishop or archbishop.  

    Article 1: In Church after the Soverreign Pontiff and the Cardinals follow the bishops.  

    Article 2: The bishop is a cleric chosen by the Pope, or by his peers with the consent of the Pope to lead a diocese and revocaple discretionrily by these same people. 

    Article 2 proprius loci : The Metroplitan Archbishop is a cleric chosen by the Pope, or by his peers with the consent of the Pope, to lead a metroplitan archdiocese, and revocable on the discretionary basis by these same people. 

      Article 2.1 proprius loci : The bishop is a cleric chosen by the Pope, or by his Metroplitan Archbishop with the consent of the Pope, to direct a diocese and revocable by these same people.


    Article 3: There can only be one bishop in office at the head of a diocese. 

    Article 4: There are two episcopal dignities: bishops in office and honory bishops

    Article 5:  A bishop in office is either metroplitan archbishop, suffragan archbishop, or suffragan bishop according to the status of the diocese to which he is attached. These distinctions are not distinctions of nature but of honor. 

    Article 6: The bishop governs his diocese within the limits enacted by his episcopal assembly, the Canon Law of the Church and the doctrines and prescriptions enacted by Her.

      Article 6.1: The bishop appoints and dismisses the members of his diocesan council.  

      Article 6.2: The bishop serves  Res Parendo in case of vacancy of priests, appoints and dismisses parish priests and oversees the administration In Gratebus of the priests are under his juristication.  

        Article 6.2.1 proprius loci : The Metroplitan Archbishop serves in vacancy of the Apostolic Residents Res Parendo and In Gratebus, appointments and dismissals the bishops of the dioceses of his ecclesiastical province are under his juristication. 


      Article 6.3: The bishop appoints and dismisses the chaplains of the noble chapel under his jurisdiction at the request of the nobility or at discretion. 

      Article 6.3 proprius loci : The Metropolitan Archbishop appoints and dismisses the chaplains of the noble chapel under his jurisdiction at the request of the nobility or at discretion. 

      Article 6.4: The bishop appoints and dismisses the chaplains of the secular and military organisations, except the military and religious orders recognized by Rome, registered within his diocese. 

      Article 6.4 proprius loci : The Metroplitan Archbishop appoints and dismisses the chaplains of the secular and military organisations, except the military and religious orders recognized by Rome, registered within his diocese.  

      Article 6.5: The bishop is entitled to offer notices of excommunications, defrocking or annulment of the sacrament to the competent Pontifical Consistory.

      Article 6.5 proprius loci : The Metroplitan Archbishop is entitled to offer notices of excommunications, defrocking or annulment of the sacrament to the competent Pontifical Consistory.

      Article 6.6: The bishop is entitled to add restrictives rules to the granting of the sacraments under the acceptance of the congregation of the Saint Office.  

      Article 6.6 proprius loci : The Metroplitan Archbishop is entitled to add restrictives rules to the granting of the sacraments under the acceptance of the congregation of the Saint Office. 

    Article 7: The bishop emeritus are honory bishops who have assumed their office as bishops in a correct and regular way for 8 months, they have the right to carry this title for 8 months. They integrate within the episcopal assembly of the primacy in which they reside but they no longer have the authority within their diocese.  

    Article 8: Les évêques in partibus are honory bishops appointed by the Sovereign Pontiff or the Sacred College in his name on the possible proposal of an episcopal assembly of the primacy in which they reside.

    Article 9: Les évêques Sine Cura are honory bishops appointed directly by the Sovereign Pontiff to assist him. They intregrate within the episcopal assembly of the primacy in which they reside. 

    Article 10: The episcopal dignity is granted to certain clerics of high status, such as rectors of religious orders, grand masters of military or religious orders, abbots of monasteries In Gratebus and prefects of the congregations.  


    Part III: Episcopal and diocesan offices


    Article 1: Archbishop Metroplitan – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained and hold a recognised degree in theology.  
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed directed by the Pope or elected by the episcopal assembly on which the diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two of his peers with the agreement of the Pope. 
    The Final Cause = He is a full member of the episcopal assembly of which at least one parish is under his jurisdiction. He runs an ecclesiastical Province and usually a diocese. 

    Article 1 proprius loci :  Archbishop Metroplitan – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained and hold a recognised degree in theology. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed directed by the Pope or elected by the episcopal assembly on which the diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two of his peers with the agreement of the Pope.  
    The Final Cause =He is a full member of the episcopal assembly of which at least one parish is under his jurisdiction. He runs an ecclesiastical Province and usually a diocese. He appoints and dismisses the bishops of the dioceses of his ecclasiastical province. 

    Article 2: Bishop and suffragan Archbishop – the causal quadiptych :  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained and hold a recognised degree in theology.  
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed direct by the Pope or elected by the episcopal assembly on which the diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two of his peers with the agreement of the Pope.   
    The Final Cause = He is a full member of the episcopal assemblies of at least one of the parishes under his juristdiction, unless the internal statutes of these assemblies restrict access to the metropolitan ones only. He runs a diocese.

    Article 2 proprius loci : Bishop and suffragan Archbishop – the causal quadiptych :  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained and hold a recognised degree in theology.  
    The Efficiant Cause = Il est nommé directement par le Pape ou par l’archevêque métropolitain dont le diocèse dépend.  
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two of his peers with the agreement of the Pope.   
    The Final Cause = He is a full member of the episcopal assemblies of at least one of the parishes under his juristdiction, unless the internal statutes of these assemblies restrict access to the metropolitan ones only. He runs a diocese.

    Article 3:  Bishop Primat – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must have been bishop correctly and regularly longer than 3 months.  
    The Efficiant Cause = He is elected by the episcopal assembly which directs his primacy for a term of 6 months  
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two archbishops or, in absent of those, bishops of his primacy.  
    The Final Cause = The bishop Primate is, in the name of his assembly, the direct hierarchical superior of all the bishops dependent on his primacy. 

      Article 3.1: In the hypothesis that the primate makes his decisions alone, the episcopal assembly has the faculty to denounce him posteriori and to replace the decretal of the primate with own at the request of one of its members. 

      Article 3.2: The primate keeps his responsibilities at the level of his province or diocese.

    Article 4: Bishop Vice-Primat – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be bishop at the time of his appointment. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the primate bishop according to the statutes of his primacy.  
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the primate.  
    The Final Cause = He second the primate. 

      Article 4.1 : The bishop vice-primate, in case of absence or incapacity of the Primate, is the substitute with all the legal powers and representation, siege or vote until resolution of the incapacity of the Primate. 

      Article 4.2:  The vice-primate keeps his responsibilities at the level of his province or diocese.

    Article 5:  Bishop Emeritus – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must have been bishop (other than emeritus) correctly and reularly for 8 months. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is named for a period of 8 months.  
    The Formal Cause = He is confirmed by the episcopal assembly of which he was a part of.  
    The Final Cause = He is an ex-official member of the episcopal assembly where his principal residence is.  

      Article 5.1: The title of emeritus is a transitional and honorary title, it aims to allow the transition during a transfer or a move.

    Article 6: Bishop In Partibus – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be a particularly worthy and exemplary priest, and have participated in the building of the Church. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the Curia or the pope, but he can be proposed by an episcopal assembly. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the primate of the episcopal assembly on which he depends.  
    The Final Cause = He is a full member of the episcopal assembly where his principal residence is. 

      Article 6.1: Only death or the Curia can remove or change th title of an In Partibus. If the bishop In Partibus takes the direction over a diocese or an archdiocese on which his episcopal authority is effective the title is automatically suspended.

    Article 7: Bishop Sine Cura – the causal quadiptych:

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained and theologian of the Church. 
    The Efficiant Cause = e is appointed directly by the Pope. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by two of his peers with the agreement of the Pope.   
    The Final Cause = He is an ex-official member of the episcopal assembly where his principal residence is.

      Article 7.1:  Only death or the Curia can remove or change the title Sine Cura. The title is not affecty by the taking of the direction of a diocese or an archdiocese on which its episcopal authority is effective.

    Article 8: The General Vicar – the causal quadiptych:

    The Material Cause = He must be a priest. In the absence of a Premier-Archdeacon, there can only be one Vicar General per ecclesiastical province. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by his Metropolitan Archbishop.  
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by his Metroplitan Archbishop.  
    The Final Cause = He is responsible to help and provide in the managment of the province for his archbishop.

      Article 8.1: The medallion of Aristotle is gold and green.

    Article 9: The Premier-Archdeacon – the causal quadiptych :  

    The Material Cause = He must be faithful to the church. In the absence of a General Vicar, there can only be one Premier-Archdeacon per ecclesiastical province. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by his Metropolitan Archbishop  
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by his Metroplitan Archbishop.  
    The Final Cause = He is responsible to help and provide in the managment of the province for his archbishop. 

      Article 9.1: The medallion of Aristotle is silver and green.

    Article 10:  The diocesan Vicar –the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be a priest. In absence of Archdeacon, there can only be one diocesan vica per diocese or archdiocese. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by his bishop. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the bishop who names him.  
    The Final Cause = He is in charge of helping and replacing his bishop in the management of the diocese. 

      Article 10.1: The medallion of Aristotle is gold and green.

    Article 11: The Archdeacon – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be faithful to the Church. In the absence of a Diocesan Vicar, there can only be one archdeacon per diocese or archdiocese.  
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by his bishop. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the bishop who names him.  
    The Final Cause = He is in charge of helping and replacing his bishop in the management of the diocese.  

      Article 11.1: The medallion of Aristotle is silver and green.

    Article 12: The Archpriest – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the episcopal assembly of which his diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by his Metroplitan Archbishop or his Primate.  
    The Final Cause = He is in charge of assisting the management of the diocese in the absence of a Bishop Res Parendo

    Article 12 proprius loci : The Archpriest – the causal quadiptych :  

    The Material Cause = He must be ordained- 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by his metroplitan Archbishop or missing that by the episcopal assembly of which is diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by his Metroplitan Archbishop or his Primate.  
    The Final Cause =He is in charge of assisting the management of the diocese in the absence of a Bishop Res Parendo.

    Article 13: The Canon – the causal quadiptych :  

    The Material Cause = He must be faithful to the Church. 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the bisop of his diocese. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the bishop of his diocese. 
    The Final Cause = He is responsible for helping his bishop In Gratebus with the management of the diocese or province. 

      Article 13.1: The actions of the Canons are always subject to the Canon Law and the authority of the ecclasiastical institutions competent in the matter assigned to them.


    Article 14: The diocesan or apostolic administrator – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be a faithful and theologian of the Aristotelian Church [level VI way of the church] 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the Pope at the request of the episcopal assembly of which the diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause =He is enthroned by the episcopal assembly of which the diocese depends. 
    The Final Cause = He has the main mission to ensure the In Gratebus management of the diocese and to serve as a visible relay between the faithful and the Church. 

    Article 14 proprius loci : The diocesan or apostolic administrator – the causal quadiptych:  

    The Material Cause = He must be a faithful and theologian of the Aristotelian Church [level VI way of the church] 
    The Efficiant Cause = He is appointed by the Pope at the request of the Metropolitan Archbishop on who the diocese depends. 
    The Formal Cause = He is enthroned by the Metropolitan Archbishop on who the diocese depends. 
    The Final Cause = He has the main mission to ensure the In Gratebus management of the diocese and to serve as a visible relay between the faithful and the Church. 

      Article 14.1: The diocesan Administrator sede plena, c that is to say in the presence of a bishop who can not ensure the In Gratebus management of the diocese, is placed under the authority of the Bishop Res Parendo for the diocese. 

      Article 14.2 : The diocesan administrator is sede vacante, that is to say in the absence of a designated bishop, and is placed under the aothority of the episcopal assembly of which the diocese depends. 

      Article 14.2 proprius loci : The diocesan administrator is sede vacante, that is to say in the absence of a designated bishop, and is placed under the aothority of the episcopal assembly of which the diocese depends. 

      Article 14.3: The diocesan Administrator is not considered a cleric and has no soul charge. He is therefore invested with no religious or spirititual authority. 

      e.g. : The diocesan Administrator can administer the sacraments only if he holds another office that allows it to him. 

      Article 14.4: The diocesan Administrator can accumlate his office with other clerical functions.




    Canonical text about the Secular Clergy, 
    Given at Rome, on the venerated grave of Saint Titus, on the thirtieth day of January, on Wenesday, of the year of grace MCDLXVII, the first of Our pontificate. 




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