Granted, I only had one introductory class to canon law, but I believe I learned that the beginning of Book 2 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law describes a Catholic "bill of rights.
What does CIC stand for?
CIC stands for Code of Canon Law (Latin: Codex Iuris Canonici)
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Says Mr Scorer, "It is like something from a Dan Brown novel, but this is not the Da Vinci Code, it is the Code of Canon Law and it has a bearing on the lives of hundreds probably even thousands of people.
Mindful of the requirement of the Code of Canon Law in which a bishop is earnestly requested to offer his resignation when, because of illness, he becomes unsuited for the fulfilment of his office, I have in the past few days submitted my letter of resignation to the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI.
In New Orleans, for example, many teachers in the city's Catholic schools were surprised to receive a memo over the summer warning them that their jobs were at stake if their personal choices, even far outside the classroom, were inconsistent with the church's Code of Canon Law.
Unfortunately the table of corresponding canons between the Code of Canon Law and the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches has been omitted.
The teaching is an established part of the Church Code of Canon Law but the Vatican issued its new worldwide decree amid fears that some divorcees were returning to the sacraments.
Richard Gagnon as Archbishop of Winnipeg, to replace Archbishop James Weisgerber who offered his resignation to the pope at the age of seventy-five, according to the Code of Canon Law.
The Code of Canon Law calls for "ad limina" visits every five years, but has been softened to allow visits with bishops "regularly," said Archbishop Lorenzo Baldisseri, secretary of the Congregation for Bishops, given the almost 2,900 dioceses worldwide, the pope's age and everyone's schedules.