The diocesan bishop and the munus sanctificandi
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bishops (Canon law),
  • Sanctification.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDavid John Walkowiak.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 330 leaves.
Number of Pages330
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18052346M

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The Munus Sanctificandi of the Diocesan Bishop. Successors of the Apostles Apostolorum Successores by divine institution, Bishops are constituted as Pastors of the Church when the Holy Spirit is conferred upon them at their episcopal ordination, and they receive the task of teaching, sanctifying and governing in hierarchical communion with the Successor of Peter and with the other members of the episcopal College/ Diocesan bishop has the last word in his particular church. Canon – a conference of bishops can coniunctum exercise functions. Here in this canon as well, the bishop exercises munus docendi coniunctum. Coniunctum with bishops and also in a particular council – Canons ff. Particular councils can be plenary or provincial (particular). Munus is a very common term in the Code of Canon Law, occurring a total of Latin forms which appear in the Code are Munus (77 times), Muneris (26 times), Muneri (2 times), Munere (48 times), Munera (20 times) Munerum (6 times) and Muneribus (9 times).While the length of this conference does not me to cite them all, I will refer to. The bishop must enthrone the liturgy in his heart, protect it like a crown, and nurture it like a kingdom, says Monsignor Robert J. Dempsey in his essay on the bishop’s role in the liturgy. Toggle navigation.

1. Munus docendi (duty to teach, based on Christ's role as Prophet) 2. Munus sanctificandi (duty to sanctify, based on Chris's role as Priest) 3. Munus regendi (duty to shepherd, based on Christ's role as King) *The 3 Parts of the Church:* 1. The Church Militant (Christians on Earth) 2. The Church Suffering (Christians in Purgatory) 3. The diocesan bishop convenes as the circumstances suggests. If he is responsible for more than one diocese, he can convene one synod for all dioceses. Canon Convenor. Only the diocesan bishop can convene, not an interim person. He then presides personally, or can appoint a VG or episcopal vicar. Canon Members. §1. Obligatory members. The Pastor in Canon Law This paper was delivered November 6, at the New Pastors’ Workshop, hosted by St cooperates with the diocesan bishop in pastoring the diocesan flock. and Code as the munus docendi, the munus sanctificandi, and the munus regendi—the teaching task, the sanctifying task, the ruling task.   For a parish priest, as for a bishop - it is really essential to carry out not only the munus docendi et sanctificandi, but also the munus gubernandi entrusted to us. Munus docendi: The rule is still valid that in the parish of Medjugorje priests coming from elsewhere are not permitted to conduct retreats or spiritual exercises, nor to hold Author: Diane Korzeniewski.

«The Church's Sanctifying Missions: Some Aspects of the Normative Role of the Diocesan Bishop» Munus sanctificandi: 23 () Fuentes, J.A., «The Active Participants in Catechesis and their Dependence on the Magisterium (Canons )» Munus docendi: 23 () Thus the Code is configured, as far as possible, according to the "mystery of the Church", the most significant books – Two, Three and Four – corresponding to the munus regendi, the munus sanctificandi, and the munus docendi (the "missions" of governance, of worship/sanctification, and of teaching) which in turn derive from the kingly. Social communications: it is the duty of the diocesan Bishop to be vigilant with regard to publications and the use of the social communications media (cf. Canon ). II. On the exercise of the "munus sanctificandi" Bishops are "the moderators, promoters, and guardians of the entire liturgical life in the Churches entrusted to their care". The munus sanctificandi of the deacon is expressed in prayer, in the solemn administration of baptism, in the custody and distribution of the Eucharist, in assisting at and blessing marriages, in presiding at the rites of funeral and burial and in the administration of sacramentals.