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Re: Should A Cardinal Confirm A Practicing Homosexual Parish Council Member? Some Critical Reflections

Apr. 24 at 8:46am | see this comment in context

Fine essay, Dr. Seifert. May it be read in all the right places.

Mrs. Torres, greetings to a fellow ‘Michigonian’, but I hope folks don’t run down a canon law rabbit trail here. Seifert offers only an analogy (to c. 511) and one can’t really violate analogous laws.  In any case, canon 149 is more on point, as I noted here, http://canonlawblog.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/sorting-out-the-latest-from-vienna/, and there should be little difficulty in bringing local statutes into line with universal law for all the reasons Seifert has ably set out.

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