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Glendinning, Chad   Glendinning, Chad
Associate Professor
Program: Master’s and Licentiate in Canon Law
Office : GIG 360
Phone: 613-236-1393, ext.: 2460
Email: cglendinning@ustpaul.ca


Research Activities:

Sacramental law; Liturgical law; Diocesan and Supra-diocesan Church Structures

Education:

Ph.D., Canon Law, University of Ottawa, 2010
J.C.D., Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 2010
M.C.L., Canon Law, University of Ottawa, 2007
J.C.L., Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 2008
B.Th., Theology, Saint Paul University, 2005
B.A., King’s University College (University of Western Ontario), 2001


Courses taught:

Universal and Supra-diocesan Church Structures;
Tribunal Procedures (Procedures II);
Sacramental and Liturgical Law b) Penance, Orders, Anointing of Sick; other Acts of Divine Worship; Sacred Times and Places;
Matrimonial Law: Consent;
Research Seminar;
Administrative Procedures;
Christian Faithful;
Sanctifying Office;
Liturgical Law Outside the Code;
Special Problems in Canon Law I.


Publications:

Articles:

“The Preparation and Translation of Liturgical Texts: Juridical Perspectives,” approved for publication in Studies in Church Law, 8 (2012).

“The Sale of Sacred Relics,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2012), pp. 99-102.

“Universae Ecclesiae: Text and Commentary,” in Studia canonica 45 (2011), pp. 355-409.

“The Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite Mass, in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2011), pp. 129-134.

“Was the 1962 Missale Romanum Abrogated? A Canonical Analysis in Light of Summorum Pontificum, in Worship, 85 (2011), pp. 15-37.

“Availability of the Sacrament of Penance,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2010), pp. 134-138.

“Placement of the Tabernacle,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2010), pp. 139-142.

“The Significance of the Liturgical Reforms Prior to the Second Vatican Council in Light of Summorum Pontificum,” in Studia canonica, 44 (2010), pp. 293-342.

“Adopting Pre-Conciliar Liturgical Practices in the Celebration of the Ordinary Form of the Mass,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2009), pp. 61-67.

“Attendance at Masses Celebrated by Priests of the Society of St. Pius X,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2009), pp. 120-126.

“Use of Female Altar Servers in Liturgical Celebrations Using the Extraordinary Form,” in Roman Replies and CLSA Advisory Opinions (2008), pp. 77-79.

Book Reviews:

A. Bamberg, Procédures matrimoniales en droit canonique (Paris: Editions Ellipses, 2011); in The Jurist, 72 (2012), pp. 317-318.

P. Zagano, Women & Catholicism: Gender, Communion, and Authority (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011); in Studia canonica 46 (2012), pp. 549-552.

M. Aillet, The Old Mass and the New: Explaining the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI (San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press, 2010); in Studia canonica, 45 (2011), pp. 550-553.

N. Giampietro, The Development of the Liturgical Reform As Seen by Cardinal Ferdinando Antonelli from 1948 to 1970 (Fort Collins, CO: Roman Catholic Books, 2009); in Studia canonica, 44 (2010), pp. 548-549.

K.F. Pecklers, The Genius of the Roman Rite: On the Reception and Implementation of the New Missal (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2009), in Studia canonica 43 (2009), pp. 578-580.

J. F. Baldovin, Reforming the Liturgy: A Response to the Critics (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2008); in Studia canonica, 42 (2008), pp. 556-559.

E.N. Peters, A Modern Guide to Indulgences: Rediscovering this often MisinterpretedTeaching (Chicago/Mundelein, IL: Hillenbrand Books, 2008); in Studia canonica, 42 (2008), pp. 560-562.