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Eastern Canon Law

History of Eastern canon law. Overview of the Codex canonum Ecclesiarum orientalium. Structures of the patriarchal, major archiepiscopal, and metropolitan churches. Eparchies and exarchies. Select consideration of particular canons. Rapport between the Eastern Churches and the Latin Church. ¬Excluded: DCA 5207|

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Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Winter 2017
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
DCA 5134 000
Course offered in English
January 09 - April 08 Monday 09:00 - 12:00 TBA Jobe Abbass
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
DCA 5134 W00
Course offered in English
January 09 - April 08 Monday 09:00 - 12:00 Online Jobe Abbass
Summary

Introduction to the Eastern Code and Eastern Churches

Objectives

After having identified the Eastern Catholic Churches and their common Code, this course aims to conduct a comparative study of the two Codes of the Catholic Church from the perspective of the Eastern Code. At the same time, the application of the Eastern Code to the Latin Church will be examined.

 

 

Workload

Attendance at Lectures; no written assignment.

Assessment

Written Exam at the end of the course

Mandatory Reading

 “CCEO and CIC in Comparison” , which will be made available to students, is the text to be followed in class.

Important Information

RECOMMENDED TEXTS : “The Eastern Code (canon 1) and Its Application to the Latin Church”, hopefully available for purchase at Multi-services