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Teaching Personnel

Asselin, Anne   Asselin, Anne
Dean
Program: Master’s in Canon Law, Licentiate in Canon Law
Office : GIG 353
Phone: 613-236-1393, ext.: 4035
Email: aasselin@ustpaul.ca


Research Activities:

The role of laity in the Church; Organization of Particular Churches; Matrimonial Law; Procedural Law; Jurisprudence

Education:

Ph.D., Canon Law, University of Ottawa, 2003
J.C.D., Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 2003
M.C.L., Canon Law, University of Ottawa, 1996
J.C.L., Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 1996

Courses taught:

Laity and Power of Governance in the Church, Matrimonial Law, Canonical Methodology, Ecclesiastical Administration, Organization of Particular Churches, Seminar on Chancery Practice, Seminar on Tribunal Practice.

Publications:

Les laïcs au service de leur Église : le point actuel du droit, Ottawa, Faculty of Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 2008, xiv, 270 p.

Chapters in books:

“Ecumenism,” in ASSEMBLY OF QUEBEC CATHOLIC BISHOPS, Canonical and Pastoral Guide for Parishes, Montréal, Wilson & Lafleur ltée, 2005, pp. 157-166.

Articles:

“Questions choisies sur la procédure de nullité de mariage en première instance: à la recherche de la vérité et de la justice,” in J. Kowal e J. Llobell (eds.), Iustitia et iudicium: Studi di diritto matrimoniale e processuale canonica in onore di Antoni Stankiewicz, Libreria editrice vaticana, Città del Vaticano, 2010, pp. 1773-1793.

“Consultation in the Parish: A Needless Burden, a Necessary Evil, or a Worthwhile Opportunity?,” in V.G. D’SOUZA (ed.), In the Service of Truth and Justice: Festchrift in Honour of Prof. Augustine Mendonça, Professor Emeritus, Centre of Canon Law Studies, Bangalore, India, 2008, pp. 109-138.

“Lay Ecclesial Ministers in the Present Parish Structure and Some Suggestions for the Future,” in Forum: A Review of Canon Law and Jurisprudence, Malta Ecclesiastical Tribunal, 17 (2006), pp. 133-149.

“The Laity: Their Service in the Church Twenty Years after the Code,” in Forum: A Review of Canon Law and Jurisprudence, Malta Ecclesiastical Tribunal, 16 (2005), pp. 436-458.

“Lay Ecclesial Ministers and Their Removal from Office: Seeking Justice and Fairness,” 22 March 2012, Ninth annual James H. Provost Memorial Lecture, School of Canon Law, The Catholic University of Washington (accepted for publication in The Jurist, 2013).