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North American Doctoral Dissertations in Canon Law


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Chronological Listing of Dissertation Titles by Institution

 

The Catholic University of America (Washington DC) 1916-2011

University of Ottawa → St. Paul University / Université Saint-Paul (Canada) 1931-2009

Université Laval (Quebec, Canada) 1935-1960

Universidad Pontificia de México (Mexico City)

 


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The Catholic University of America (United States) 1916-2008

 

Sources: Anon., "Doctoral Dissertations in Canon Law: The Catholic University of America (1916-1990)" The Jurist 50 (1990) 684-719, and annual supplements appearing in The Jurist since then. Earlier private listings need no longer be consulted, though several exist. Note that some pre-Conciliar dissertations were "not published" in hardcopy form (and a few even seem even not to have been completed or defended). After Vatican II few dissertations were printed, although original manuscripts are on deposit in CUA's Mullen Library. Many later dissertations can be ordered through Dissertation Express.

 

Caldwell Hall at CUA

 

Re pagination estimates: I try to verify how many pages in a dissertation are actually dedicated to the work itself, exclusive of, say, pages spent listing other dissertations in the series, etc. My pages estimates therefore tend to be lower than some of those reported elsewhere. Other paginations are from bibliographies that might assess total pages differently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celestine Freriks (1876-1959), Religious Congregations in Their External Relations, Canon Law Studies No. 1, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1916). IA-American Lib. Googlebooks.

 

Daniel Galliher (1883-), Canonical Elections, Canon Law Studies No. 2, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1917) 112 pp. IA-American Lib. Googlebooks.

 

Aurelius Borkowski (1888-), De Confraternitatibus Ecclesiasticis, Canon Law Studies No. 3, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1918) 130 pp. Googlebooks.

 

Cayo Castillo, Disertacion Historico-Canonica sobre la Potestad del Cabildo en Sede Vacante o Impedida del Vicario Capitular, Canon Law Studies No. 4, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1919) 90 pp.

 

William Kubelbeck (1883-1962), The Sacred Penitentiaria and Its Relation to Faculties of Ordinaries and Priests, Canon Law Studies No. 5, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1918) 124 pp. IA-American Lib. Googlebooks.

 

Joseph Petrovits, The New Church Law on Matrimony, Canon Law Studies No. 6, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1919). IA-American Lib. Googlebooks. See also Joseph Petrovits, The New Church Law on Matrimony (McVey, 1921) 458 pp.

 

John Hickey (American prelate, 1920-2004), Irregularities and Simple Impediments in the New Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 7, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1920) 95 pp.

 

Peter Klekotka (1895-1974), Diocesan Consultors, Canon Law Studies No. 8, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1920) 173 pp. Googlebooks.

 

Francis Wanenmacher (1859-), The Evidence in Ecclesiastical Procedure Affecting the Marriage Bond, Canon Law Studies No. 9, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1920 [1935]). Review: A. Darmain, Ius Pontificium 16 (1936) 128.

 

Henry Golden (1896-), Parochial Benefices in the New Code, Canon Law Studies No. 10, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1921 [1925]) 112 pp.

 

Charles Koudelka (1894-), Pastors, Their Rights and Duties According to the New Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 11, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1921) 202 pp. IA-American Lib. Googlebooks.

 

Antonius Melo, De Exemptione Regularium, Canon Law Studies No. 12, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1921). Googlebooks.

 

Valentine Schaaf (1883-1946), The Cloister, Canon Law Studies No. 13, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1921). Googlebooks.

 

Thomas Burke (1894-), Competence in Ecclesiastical Tribunals, Canon Law Studies No. 14, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1922) 109 pp. Googlebooks.

 

Leech

George Leech (American prelate, 1890-1985), A Comparative Study of the Constitution Apostolicae Sedis and the Codex Juris Canonici, Canon Law Studies No. 15, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1922) 174 pp. GoogleBooks.

 

Hubert Motry (1884-), Diocesan Faculties According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 16, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1922) 160 pp. IA-American Lib. Googlebooks.

 

George Murphy (1891-), Delinquencies and Penalties in the Administration and the Reception of the Sacraments, Canon Law Studies No. 17, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1923) 111 pp.

 

John O'Reilly (1899-), Ecclesiastical Sepulture in the New Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 18, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1923) 122 pp. Googlebooks pp. 1-30 only.

 

Wenceslas Michalicka (1894-1982) Judicial Procedure in Dismissal of Clerical Exempt Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 19, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1923) 100 pp.

 

Edward Dargin (1898-1981), Reserved Cases According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 20, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1924) 98 pp.

 

John Godfrey, The Right of Patronage According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 21, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1924) 147 pp.

 

Francis Hagedorn (American priest, 1897-1981), General Legislation on Indulgences, Canon Law Studies No. 22, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1924) 147 pp.

 

James King (1895-), The Administration of the Sacraments to Dying Non-Catholics, Canon Law Studies No. 23, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1924) 133 pp.

 

Francis Winslow (1896-), Vicars and Prefects Apostolic, Canon Law Studies No. 24, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1924) 141 pp.

 

Jose Servelion Correa (1867-), La Potestad Legislativa de la Iglesia Catolica, Canon Law Studies No. 25, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925) 121 pp.

 

Henry Dugan (1889-), The Judiciary Department of the Diocesan Curia, Canon Law Studies No. 26, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925).

 

Charles Keller (1898-) Mass Stipends, Canon Law Studies No. 27, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925) 168 pp. Review: "Y", Ius Pontificium 5 (1925) 108-109. See also Charles Keller, Mass Stipends (Herder, 1926) 198 pp.

 

Paschang

John Paschang (American prelate, 1895-1999), The Sacramentals According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 28, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925) 121 pp. Review: "Y", Ius Pontificium 5 (1924) 166-167.

 

Cyrillus Piontek (1881-), De Indulto Exclaustrationis necnon Saecularizationis, Canon Law Studies No. 29, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925) 287 pp. Review: "Y", Ius Pontificium 5 (1924) 167-168.=

 

Richard Kearney (1896-), Sponsors at Baptism According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 30, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1925) 119 pp.

 

Chester Bartlett (1891-), The Tenure of Parochial Property in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 31, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1926) 103 pp.

 

Adrian Kilker (1901-), Extreme Unction, Canon Law Studies No. 32, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1926) 425 pp.

 

Robert McCormick (1901-), Confessors of Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 33, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1926) 254 pp.

 

Newton Miller (1899-), Founded Masses According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 34, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1926) 85 pp.

 

Edward Roelker (American priest, 1897-1957), Principles of Privilege According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 35, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1926) 158 pp.

 

Richardus Bakalarczyk (1895-), De Novitiatu, Canon Law Studies No. 36, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 198 pp.

 

Lawrence Pizzuti, De Parochis Religiosis, Canon Law Studies No. 37, (Not published).

 

Nicholas Bliley (1893-), Altars According to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 38, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 126 pp. Review: J. Hickey, Apollinaris 2 (1929) 88.

 

Brendan Brown (American, 1898-1982), The Canonical Juristic Personality with Special Reference to its Status in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 39, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 206 pp. Summary by B. Brown at Jurist 1 (1941) 60-73, 125-133.

 

William Cavanaugh (1899-), The Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament, Canon Law Studies No. 40, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 95 pp.

 

William Doheny (American priest, C.S.C., 1898-1982), Church Property: Modes of Acquisition, Canon Law Studies No. 41, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 112 pp. Reviews: A. Bondini, Ius Pontificium 7 (1927) 110; I. Cicognani, Apollinaris 1 (1928) 308 (note only). On the place of Doheny in canonistics, see Lawrence Wrenn, "In diebus illis: Some canonical giants in days of yore", Studia Canonica 35 (2001) 485-514, at 508-511.

 

Aloysius Feldhaus (1896-), Oratories, Canon Law Studies No. 42, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 135 pp

 

James Kelly (1901-), The Jurisdiction of the Simple Confessor, Canon Law Studies No. 43, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 202 pp. Reviews by P. Bastien in Ius Pontificium 9 (1929) 80; I. Cicognani, Apollinaris 4 (1931) 149 (of subsequent monograph).

 

Nicholas Neuberger (1897-), Canon 6 or the Relation of the Codex Juris Canonici to the Preceding Legislation, Canon Law Studies No. 44, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 89 pp.

 

Gerald O'Keefe (1900-), Matrimonial Dispensations, Powers of Bishops, Priests and Confessors, Canon Law Studies No. 45, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 227 pp. Review: I. Cicognani in Apollinaris 1 (1928) 308 (note only).

 

Joseph Quigley (1900-), Condemned Societies, Canon Law Studies No. 46, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 133 pp.

 

Johannes Zaplotnik (1883-1978), De Vicariis Foraneis, Canon Law Studies No. 47, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1927) 138 pp.

 

John Duskie, The Canonical Status of the Orientals in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 48, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1928) 189 pp.

 

Hyland

Francis Hyland (American prelate, 1901-1968), Excommunication, Its Nature, Historical Development and Effects, Canon Law Studies No. 49, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1928) 175 pp.

 

Gerald Reinmann (1902-), The Third Order Secular of Saint Francis, Canon Law Studies No. 50, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1928) 195 pp.

 

 

Schenk

Francis Schenk (American prelate, 1901-1969), The Matrimonial Impediments of Mixed Religion and Disparity of Cult, Canon Law Studies No. 51, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1929) 306 pp. Reviews: A. Darmanin, Ius Pontificium 9 (1929) 343-344; I. Cicognani, Apollinaris 3 (1930) 640.

 

John Coady (1894-), The Appointment of Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 52, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1929) 143 pp.

 

Thomas Kay (1902-), Competence in Matrimonial Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 53, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1929) 159 pp.

 

Sidney Turner (1899-), The Vow of Poverty, Canon Law Studies No. 54, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1929) 217 pp.

 

Raymond Kearney (1902-1956), The Principles of Delegation, Canon Law Studies No. 55, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1929) 144 pp.

 

Edward Conran (1903-), The Interdict, Canon Law Studies No. 56, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 157 pp. Review: A. Teetaert, Ius Pontificium 10 (1930) 218-219.

 

William O'Neill, Papal Rescripts of Favor, Canon Law Studies No. 57, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 213 pp. Reviews: A. Teetaert, Ius Pontificium 10 (1930) 223-224; J. Graneris, Apollinaris 4 (1931) 589.

 

Clement Bastnagel (1896-1970), The Appointment of Parochial Adjutants and Assistants, Canon Law Studies No. 58, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 250 pp. Reviews: P. Bastien, Ius Pontificium 11 (1931) 245; J. Graneris, Apollinaris 4 (1931) 589.

 

William Ferry (1903-), Stole Fees, Canon Law Studies No. 59, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 102 pp. Reviews: P. Bastien, Ius Pontificium 11 (1931) 93; J. Graneris, Apollinaris 4 (1931) 589.

 

John Costello (1903-), Domicile and Quasi-Domicile, Canon Law Studies No. 60, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 196 pp.

 

Michael Kremer (1898-), Church Support in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 61, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1930) 131 pp.

 

Luis Angulo Martínez (1896-), Legislation de la Iglesia sobre la intencion en la application de la Santa Misa, Canon Law Studies No. 62, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 96 pp.

 

Wolfgang Frey (1903-), The Act of Religious Profession, Canon Law Studies No. 63, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 162 pp.

 

James Roberts (1906-), The Banns of Marriage, Canon Law Studies No. 64, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 128 pp. Review:J. Graneris, Apollinaris 5 (1932) 124.

 

Raymond Ryder (1904-), Simony, Canon Law Studies No. 65, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 140 pp.

 

Angelo Campagna (1904-), Il Vicario Generale del Vescovo, Canon Law Studies No. 66, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 192 pp.

 

Joseph Cox (1903-), The Administration of Seminaries, Canon Law Studies No. 67, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 115 pp.

 

Donald Gregory (1903-), The Pauline Privilege, Canon Law Studies No. 68, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 150 pp.

 

John Donohue (1897-), The Impediment of Crime, Canon Law Studies No. 69, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 98 pp.

 

Eugene Dooley (1901-), Church Law on Sacred Relics, Canon Law Studies No. 70, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 131 pp.

 

Clement Orth (1899-), The Approbation of Religious Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 71, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1931) 161 pp.

 

Joseph Pernicone (1903-1985), The Ecclesiastical Prohibition of Books, Canon Law Studies No. 72, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 257 pp.

 

Connell Clinton (1907-), The Paschal Precept, Canon Law Studies No. 73, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 96 pp.

 

Francis Donnelly (1908-), The Diocesan Synod, Canon Law Studies No. 74, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 129 pp.

 

Camillo Torrente (1870-), Las Procesiones Sagradas, Canon Law Studies No. 75, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 137 pp.

 

Edwin Murphy (1905-), Suspension Ex Informata Conscientia, Canon Law Studies No. 76, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 126 pp.

 

Eric MacKenzie (1893-1969), The Delict of Heresy in Its Commission, Penalization, Absolution, Canon Law Studies No. 77, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 116 pp.

 

Avitus Lyons (1898-), The Collegiate Tribunal of First Instance, Canon Law Studies No. 78, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 140 pp.

 

Thomas Connolly (1899-1991), Appeals, Canon Law Studies No. 79, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 199 pp.

 

Joseph Sangmeister (1905-), Force and Fear as Precluding Matrimonial Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 80, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 201 pp.

 

Leo Jaeger (1903-), The Administration of Vacant and Quasi-Vacant Episcopal Sees in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 81, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 227 pp.

 

Herbert Rimlinger (1905-), Error Invalidating Matrimonial Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 82, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 71 pp.

 

John Barrett (1895-), A Comparative Study of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore and the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 83, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1932) 212 pp.

 

Carberry

John Carberry (American prelate, 1904-1998), The Juridical Form of Marriage, Canon Law Studies No. 84, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 169 pp. Cdl. Carberry.

 

John Dolan (1906-), The Defensor Vinculi, Canon Law Studies No. 85, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 150 pp.

 

 

Jerome Hannan (1896-1965), The Canon Law of Wills, Canon Law Studies No. 86, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 510 pp. Review: Anon., Apollinaris 9 (1936) 169 (note only).

 

Delise Lemieux (1902-), The Sentence in Ecclesiastical Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 87, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 123 pp.

 

James O'Rourke (1905-), Parish Registers, Canon Law Studies No. 88, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 101 pp.

 

Bartholomew Timlin (1896-), Conditional Matrimonial Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 89, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 374 pp.

 

Francis Wahl (1907-), The Matrimonial Impediments of Consanguinity and Affinity, Canon Law Studies No. 90, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 113 pp.

 

Robert White (1893-), Canonical Ante-Nuptial Promises and the Civil Law, Canon Law Studies No. 91, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1934) 144 pp.

 

Antonio Herrera (1910-), Legislacion Ecclesiastica sobra el Ayuno y la Abstinecia, Canon Law Studies No. 92, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 191 pp.

 

Edwin Kennedy (1908-), The Special Matrimonial Process in Cases of Evident Nullity, Canon Law Studies No. 93, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 157 pp.

 

John Manning (1900-), Presumption of Law in Matrimonial Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 94, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 104 pp.

 

John Moeder (1903-), The Proper Bishop for Ordination and Dimissorial Letters, Canon Law Studies No. 95, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 128 pp.

 

William O'Mara (1905-), Canonical Causes for Matrimonial Dispensations, Canon Law Studies No. 96, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 148 pp.

 

Peter Reilly (1908-), Residence of Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 97, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 74 pp.

 

Mariner Smith, The Penal Law for Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 98, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 163 pp.

 

Donald Whalen (1899-), The Value of Testimonial Evidence in Matrimonial Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 99, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1935) 290 pp.

 

Joseph Cleary (1909-), Canonical Limitations on the Alienation of Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 100, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1936) 134 pp.

 

John Glynn (1907-), The Promoter of Justice, Canon Law Studies No. 101, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1936) 329 pp.

 

James Brennan (1905-), The Simple Convalidation of Marriage, Canon Law Studies No. 102, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 127 pp.

 

Joseph Brunini (1909-1996), The Clerical Obligations of Canons 139 and 142, Canon Law Studies No. 103, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 114 pp.

 

Maurice Connor (1901-), The Administrative Removal of Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 104, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 151 pp.

 

Merlin Guilfoyle (1908-1981), Custom, Canon Law Studies No. 105, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 144 pp.

 

James Hughes (1892-), Witnesses in Criminal Trials of Clerics, Canon Law Studies No. 106, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 132 pp.

 

Raymond Jansen (1908-), Canonical Provisions for Catechetical Instruction, Canon Law Studies No. 107, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 145 pp.

 

John Kealy (1899-), The Introductory Libellus in Church Court Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 108, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 112 pp.

 

James McManus (1900-1976), The Administration of Temporal Goods in Religious Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 109, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 108 pp.

 

Eugene Moriarty (1907-) , Oaths in Ecclesiastical Courts, Canon Law Studies No. 110, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 107 pp.

 

Eligius Rainer (1907-), Suspension of Clerics, Canon Law Studies No. 111, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1937) 242 pp.

 

Thomas Reilly (1908-1992), Visitation of Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 112, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1938) 127 pp.

 

Francis Moriarty (1909-), The Extraordinary Absolution from Censures, Canon Law Studies No. 113, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1938) 325 pp.

 

Nicholas Connolly (1909-), The Canonical Erection of Parishes, Canon Law Studies No. 114, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1938) 125 pp.

 

James Donovan(1909-), The Pastor's Obligation in Prenuptial Investigation, Canon Law Studies No. 115, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1938) 314 pp.

 

Robert Harrigan (1909-), The Radical Sanation of Invalid Marriages, Canon Law Studies No. 116, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1938) 199 pp.

 

Conrad Boffa (1913-), Canonical Provisions for Catholic Schools, Canon Law Studies No. 117, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1939) 204 pp.

 

Anscar Parsons (1911-), Canonical Elections, Canon Law Studies No. 118, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1939) 226 pp.

 

Edward Reilly (1911-), The General Norms of Dispensation, Canon Law Studies No. 119, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1939) 150 pp.

 

Gerald Ryan (1909-), Principles of Episcopal Jurisdiction, Canon Law Studies No. 120, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1939) 165 pp.

 

Francis Burton (1902-), A Commentary on Canon 1125, Canon Law Studies No. 121, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1940) 203 pp.

 

Francis Miaskiewicz (1911-), Supplied Jurisdiction According to Canon 209, Canon Law Studies No. 122, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1940) 334 pp.

 

Patrick Rice (1907-), Proof of Death in Prenuptial Investigation, Canon Law Studies No. 123, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1940) 150 pp.

 

Thomas Anglin (1912-), The Eucharistic Fast, Canon Law Studies No. 124, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 176 pp.

 

John Coleman (1906-), The Minister of Confirmation, Canon Law Studies No. 125, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 146 pp.

 

John Downs (1910-), The Concept of Clerical Immunity, Canon Law Studies No. 126, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 156 pp.

 

Anthony Esswein (1910-1973), Extrajudicial Penal Powers of Ecclesiastical Superiors, Canon Law Studies No. 127, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 137 pp.

 

Benjamin Farrell (1905-), The Rights and Duties of the Local Ordinary Regarding Congregations of Women Religious of Pontifical Right, Canon Law Studies No. 128, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 186 pp.

 

Thomas Feeney (1912-), Restitutio in Integrum, Canon Law Studies No. 129, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 161 pp.

 

Stephen Findlay (1911-), Canonical Norms Governing the Deposition and Degradation of Clerics, Canon Law Studies No. 130, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 269 pp.

 

John Goodwine (1913-), The Right of the Church to Acquire Property, Canon Law Studies No. 131, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 112 pp.

 

Edward Heston (1907-), The Alienation of Church Property in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 132, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 214 pp.

 

James Hogan (1911-2005), Judicial Advocates and Procurators, Canon Law Studies No. 133, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 193 pp.

 

Thomas Kealy (1905-), Dowry of Women Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 134, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 145 pp.

 

Michael Keene (1912-), Religious Ordinaries and Canon 198, Canon Law Studies No. 135, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 157 pp.

 

Charles Kerin (1905-), The Privation of Christian Burial, Canon Law Studies No. 136, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 272 pp.

 

William Louis (1904-), Diocesan Archives, Canon Law Studies No. 137, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 94 pp.

 

Gilbert McDevitt (1911-), Legitimacy and Legitimation, Canon Law Studies No. 138, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 239 pp.

 

Thomas McDonough (1912-1998), Apostolic Administrators, Canon Law Studies No. 139, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 210 pp.

 

Carl Meier (1913-), Penal Administrative Procedure Against Negligent Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 140, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 240 pp.

 

John Schmidt (1908-), The Principles of Authentic Interpretation in Canon 17 of the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 141, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 324 pp.

 

Andrew Slafkosky (1913-), The Canonical Episcopal Visitation of the Diocese, Canon Law Studies No. 142, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 189 pp.

 

Innocent Swoboda (1910-), Ignorance in Relation to the Imputability of Delicts, Canon Law Studies No. 143, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 261 pp.

 

Arthur Dubé (1911-), The General Principles for the Reckoning of Time in Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 144, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 291 pp.

 

James McBride (1902-), Incardination and Excardination of Seculars, Canon Law Studies No. 145, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1941) 587 pp.

 

Król

John Król (American prelate, 1910-1996), The Defendant in Ecclesiastical Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 146, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 199 pp. Cdl. Król.

 

Joseph Comyns (1908-), Papal and Episcopal Administration of Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 147, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 146 pp.

 

 

Garret Barry (1909-), Violation of the Cloister, Canon Law Studies No. 148, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 250 pp.

 

Gatien Bolduc (1913-), Les Etudes dans les Religions Clericales, Canon Law Studies No. 149, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 145 pp.

 

David Boyle (1912-), The Juridic Effects of Moral Certitude on Pre-Nuptial Guarantees, Canon Law Studies No. 150, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 180 pp.

 

Walter Canavan (1909-), The Profession of Faith, Canon Law Studies No. 151, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 136 pp.

 

Bruno Desrochers (1910-), Le Premier Concile Plenier de Quebec et le Code de Droit Canonique, Canon Law Studies No. 152, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 178 pp.

 

Robert Dillon (1911-), Common Law Marriage, Canon Law Studies No. 153, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 140 pp.

 

Edward Dodwell (1905-), The Time and Place for the Celebration of Marriage, Canon Law Studies No. 154, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 144 pp.

 

Thomas Donnellan (1914-1987), The Obligation of the Missa pro Populo, Canon Law Studies No. 155, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 123 pp.

 

Louis Eltz (1914-), Cooperation in Crime, Canon Law Studies No. 156, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 199 pp.

 

Sylvester Gass (1911-), Ecclesiastical Pensions, Canon Law Studies No. 157, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 197 pp.

 

John Guiniven (1911-), The Precept of Hearing Mass, Canon Law Studies No. 158, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 178 pp.

 

John Gulczynski (1911-), The Desecration and Violation of Churches, Canon Law Studies No. 159, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 118 pp.

 

John Hammill (1913-), The Obligations of the Traveler According to Canon 14, Canon Law Studies No. 160, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 195 pp.

 

John Haydt (1913-), Reserved Benefices, Canon Law Studies No. 161, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 140 pp.

 

Roger Huser (1909-1980), The Crime of Abortion in Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 162, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 176 pp.

 

Francis Kearney (1911-), The Principles of Canon 1127, Canon Law Studies No. 163, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 152 pp.

 

Leo Linahen (1910-), De Absolutione Complicis In Peccato Turpi, Canon Law Studies No. 164, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 103 pp.

 

Joseph McCloskey (1908-), The Subject of Ecclesiastical Law According to Canon 12, Canon Law Studies No. 165, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 237 pp.

 

Francis O'Neill (1912-), The Dismissal of Religious in Temporary Vows, Canon Law Studies No. 166, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 209 pp.

 

John Prince (1910-), The Diocesan Chancellor, Canon Law Studies No. 167, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 127 pp.

 

Albert Riesner (1912-), Apostates and Fugitives from Religious Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 168, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 158 pp.

 

Joseph Stenger (1908-), The Mortgaging of Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 169, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 178 pp.

 

Joseph Waldron (1914-), The Minister of Baptism, Canon Law Studies No. 170, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 197 pp.

 

Robert Willett (1906-), The Probative Value of Documents in Ecclesiastical Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 171, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 116 pp.

 

Edward Woeber (1903-), The Interpellations, Canon Law Studies No. 172, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1942) 153 pp.

 

Matthew Benko (1914-), The Abbot Nullius, Canon Law Studies No. 173, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 135 pp.

 

Joseph Christ (1914-), Dispensation from Vindictive Penalties, Canon Law Studies No. 174, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 274 pp.

 

Patrick Clancy (1912-), The Local Religious Superior, Canon Law Studies No. 175, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 217 pp.

 

Thomas Clarke (1908-), Parish Societies, Canon Law Studies No. 176, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 136 pp.

 

John Connolly (1911-), Synodal Examiners and Parish Priest Consultors, Canon Law Studies No. 177, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 211 pp.

 

William Drumm (1907-), Hospital Chaplains, Canon Law Studies No. 178, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 164 pp.

 

Bernard Flanagan (1908-1998), The Canonical Erection of Religious Houses, Canon Law Studies No. 179, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 136 pp.

 

Stephen Kelleher (1915-1999), Discussions with Non-Catholics: Canonical Legislation, Canon Law Studies No. 180, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 82 pp.

 

Gordian Lewis (1911-), Chapters in Religious Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 181, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 158 pp.

 

Adolph Marx (1915-1965), The Declaration of Nullity of Marriages Contracted Outside the Church, Canon Law Studies No. 182, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 139 pp.

 

Raymond Matulenas (1915-), Communication, a Source of Privileges, Canon Law Studies No. 183, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 214 pp.

 

Charles O'Leary (1913-), Religious Dismissed After Perpetual Profession, Canon Law Studies No. 184, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 202 pp.

 

Power

 

Cornelius Power (American prelate, 1913-1997), The Blessing of Cemeteries, Canon Law Studies No. 185, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 219 pp.

 

Ralph Shuhler (Augustinian, 1913-2007), Privileges of Regulars to Absolve and Dispense, Canon Law Studies No. 186, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 184 pp.

 

Thaddeus Ziolkowski (1912-1968), The Consecration and Blessing of Churches, Canon Law Studies No. 187, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1943) 141 pp.

 

John Heneghan (1909-), The Marriages of Unworthy Catholics: Canons 1065 and 1066, Canon Law Studies No. 188, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 201 pp.

 

Coleman Carroll (1905-1977), Charitable Institutions, Canon Law Studies No. 189, (Not published).

 

Joseph Ciesluk (1910-), National Parishes in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 190, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 163 pp.

 

Vincent Coburn (1915-), Marriages of Conscience, Canon Law Studies No. 191, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 160 pp.

 

Charles Connors (1912-), Extra-Judicial Procurators in the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 192, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 84 pp.

 

Paul Coyle (1911-), Judicial Exceptions, Canon Law Studies No. 193, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 129 pp.

 

Fair

Bartholomew Fair (American priest, 1916-1971), The Impediment of Abduction, Canon Law Studies No. 194, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 111 pp.

 

Thomas Gallagher (1914-), The Examination of the Qualities of the Ordinand, Canon Law Studies No. 195, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 156 pp.

 

John Gannon (American, 1916-), The Interstices Required for the Promotion to Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 196, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 88 pp.

 

William Goldsmith (1912-), The Competence of Church and State over Marriage--Disputed Points, Canon Law Studies No. 197, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 116 pp.

 

Joseph Goodwine (1916-), The Reception of Converts, Canon Law Studies No. 198, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 314 pp.

 

Romuald Kowalski (1914-), Sustenance of Religious Houses of Regulars, Canon Law Studies No. 199, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 163 pp.

 

Alan McCoy (Franciscan, 1913-2009), Force and Fear in Relation to Delictual Imputability and Penal Responsibility, Canon Law Studies No. 200, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 149 pp.

 

Vincent McDevitt (1917-1980), Perjury, Canon Law Studies No. 201, (Not published).

 

Thomas Martin (1910-), Adverse Possession, Prescription and Limitation of Actions: The Canonical Praescriptio, Canon Law Studies No. 202, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 196 pp.

 

Paul Miklosovic, Attempted Marriages and Their Consequent Juridic Effects, Canon Law Studies No. 203, (Not published).

 

Thomas Mundy (1914-), The Union of Parishes, Canon Law Studies No. 204, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 153 pp.

 

John O'Dea (1913-), The Matrimonial Impediment of Nonage, Canon Law Studies No. 205, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 115 pp.

 

Alexander Olalia (1913-), A Comparative Study of the Christian Constitution of States and the Constitution of the Philippine Commonwealth, Canon Law Studies No. 206, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 122 pp.

 

Pierre-Marie Poisson, Droits Patrimoniaux des Maisons et des Eglises Religieuses, Canon Law Studies No. 207, (Not published).

 

Casimir Stadalnikas (1917-), Reservation of Censures, Canon Law Studies No. 208, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 130 pp.

 

Eugene Sullivan (1916-), Proof of the Reception of the Sacraments, Canon Law Studies No. 209, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 155 pp.

 

William Vaughan (1908-), Constitutions for Diocesan Courts, Canon Law Studies No. 210, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1944) 197 pp.

 

Gino Paro (1910-1988), The Right of Apostolic Legation, Canon Law Studies No. 211, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 208 pp.

 

Ralph Balzer (1914-), The Computation of Time in a Canonical Novitiate, Canon Law Studies No. 212, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 215 pp.

 

John Dougherty (1916-), De Inquisitione Speciali, Canon Law Studies No. 213, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 183 pp.

 

Michael Dziob (1917-), The Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Church, Canon Law Studies No. 214, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 170 pp.

 

John Eidenschink (1914-), The Election of Bishops in the Letters of Pope Gregory the Great, Canon Law Studies No. 215, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 189 pp.

 

Nicholas Gill (1913-), The Spiritual Prefect in Clerical Religious Houses of Study, Canon Law Studies No. 216, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 129 pp.

 

Harry Hynes (1917-), The Privileges of Cardinals, Canon Law Studies No. 217, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 169 pp.

 

Gerald McDevitt (1917-), The Renunciation of an Ecclesiastical Office, Canon Law Studies No. 218, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 167 pp.

 

Joseph Manning (1915-), The Free Conferral of Offices, Canon Law Studies No. 219, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 105 pp.

 

Louis Meyer (1906-), Alms-Gathering by Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 220, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 151 pp.

 

Cletus O'Donnell (1917-1992), The Marriages of Minors, Canon Law Studies No. 221, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 256 pp.

 

Joseph Prunskis (1907-), Comparative Law, Ecclesiastical and Civil, in Lithuanian Concordat, Canon Law Studies No. 222, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 150 pp.

 

Francis Sweeney (1915-), The Reduction of Clerics to the Lay State, Canon Law Studies No. 223, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 186 pp.

 

Henry Vogelpohl (1913-), The Simple Impediments to Holy Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 224, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 178 pp.

 

Thomas Brockhaus (1914-), Religious Who Are Known as Conversi, Canon Law Studies No. 225, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1945) 115 pp.

 

Orville Griese (1915-), The Marriage Contract and the Procreation of Offspring, Canon Law Studies No. 226, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 210 pp.

 

Warren Boudreaux (1918-1997), The ab acatholicis nati of Canon 1099 § 2, Canon Law Studies No. 227, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 96 pp.

 

Thomas Bowe (1916-), Religious Superioresses, Canon Law Studies No. 228, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 192 pp.

 

Michael Diederichs (1916-1999), The Jurisdiction of the Latin Ordinaries over their Oriental Subjects, Canon Law Studies No. 229, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 139 pp.

 

Maurice Dingman (1914-1992), The Plaintiff in Contentious Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 230, (Not published).

 

Basil Frison (1912-2004), The Retroactivity of Law, Canon Law Studies No. 231, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 205 pp.

 

William Galvin (1912-), The Administrative Transfer of Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 232, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 276 pp.

 

Joseph Goracy, The Diriment Matrimonial Impediment of Major Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 233, (Not published).

 

Joseph Hale (1906-), The Pastor of Burial, Canon Law Studies No. 234, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 231 pp.

 

Joseph Henry (1917-), The Mass and Holy Communion: Inter-Ritual Law, Canon Law Studies No. 235, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 123 pp.

 

Herbert Linenberger (1906-1978), The False Denunciation of an Innocent Confessor, Canon Law Studies No. 236, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 192 pp.

 

James Lowry (1916-), Dispensation from Private Vows, Canon Law Studies No. 237, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 252 pp.

 

George Lynch (1917-2003), Coadjutors and Auxiliaries of Bishops, Canon Law Studies No. 238, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 96 pp.

 

Timothy Lynch (1915-), Contracts between Bishops and Religious Congregations, Canon Law Studies No. 239, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 218 pp.

 

Justin McClunn (1916-), Administrative Recourse, Canon Law Studies No. 240, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 130 pp.

 

Martin Lohmuller (1919-1994), The Promulgation of Law, Canon Law Studies No. 241, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 128 pp.

 

James McGrath (1917-), The Privilege of the Canon, Canon Law Studies No. 242, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 141 pp.

 

Joseph Marbach (1917-), Marriage Legislation for the Catholics of the Oriental Rites in the United States and Canada, Canon Law Studies No. 243, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1946) 300 pp.

 

Bernard Shimkus, The Determination and Transfer of Rite Canon Law Studies No. 244, (Not published).

 

Vincent Smith (1918-), Ignorance Affecting Matrimonial Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 245, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 102 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 7 (1951) 352.

 

Paul Wachtrle, The Baptism of the Children of Non Catholics, Canon Law Studies No. 246, (Not published).

 

Matthew Crotty (1919-), The Recipient of First Holy Communion, Canon Law Studies No. 247, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 127 pp.

 

George Eagleton (1912-), The Quinquennial Faculties, Formula IV, Canon Law Studies No. 248, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 188 pp.

 

Marion Gibbons (1908-), Domicile of the Wife Unlawfully Separated from Her Husband, Canon Law Studies No. 249, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 156 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 462.

 

Bernard Kelly (1918-), The Functions Reserved to Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 250, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 126 pp.

 

Thomas Kilcullen (1910-), The Collegiate Moral Person as Party Litigant, Canon Law Studies No. 251, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 138 pp.

 

Germain Lafontaine (1917-2004), Relations Canoniques entre le Missionaire et Ses Superieurs, Canon Law Studies No. 252, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 106 pp.

 

Loras Lane (1910-1968), Matrimonial Procedure in Ordinary Court of Second Instance, Canon Law Studies No. 253, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 171 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 460-461.

 

James Lover (1916-), The Master of Novices, Canon Law Studies No. 254, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 154 pp.

 

Timothy McNicholas (1917-), The Septimae Manus Witness, Canon Law Studies No. 255, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 118 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 461.

 

Joseph Marositz (1917-1979), Obligations and Privileges of Religious Promoted to the Episcopal or Cardinalatial Dignities, Canon Law Studies No. 256, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 163 pp.

 

Francis Murphy (1912-), Legislative Powers of the Provincial Council, Canon Law Studies No. 257, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 144 pp.

 

Romaeus O'Brien (1916-), The Provincial Superior in Religious Orders of Men, Canon Law Studies No. 258, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 280 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 460.

 

Benedict Pfaller (1918-), The ipso facto Effected Dismissal of Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 259, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 210 pp.

 

Alphonse Popek (1913-1986), The Rights and Obligations of Metropolitans, Canon Law Studies No. 260, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 446 pp.

 

Bernard Ristuccia (1916-), Quasi-Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 261, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 294 pp.

 

Nathaniel Sonntag (1915-), Censorship of Special Classes of Books, Canon Law Studies No. 262, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 132 pp.

 

Joseph Stadler (1918-), Frequent Holy Communion, Canon Law Studies No. 263, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 143 pp.

 

Ignatius Szal (1918-), The Communication of Catholics with Schismatics, Canon Law Studies No. 264, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 202 pp.

 

Urban Wagner (1915-), Parochial Substitute Vicars and Supplying Priests, Canon Law Studies No. 265, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1947) 115 pp.

 

Joseph Quinn (1920-), Documents Required for the Reception of Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 266, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 192 pp.

 

James Bennington (1914-), The Recipient of Confirmation, Canon Law Studies No. 267, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 140 pp.

 

Damian Blaher (1913-), The Ordinary Processes in Causes of Beatification and Canonization, Canon Law Studies No. 268, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 276 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 461.

 

Robert Clune (1920-), The Judicial Interrogation of the Parties, Canon Law Studies No. 269, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 126 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 7 (1951) 353-354.

 

Basil Courtemanche (1919-), The Total Simulation of Matrimonial Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 270, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 105 pp.

 

Maur Dlouhy (1919-), The Ordination of Exempt Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 271, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1955) 146 pp.

 

John Donovan (1918-), The Clerical Obligations of Canons 138 and 140, Canon Law Studies No. 272, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 191 pp.

 

Frederick Freking (1913-1998), The Canonical Installation of Pastors, Canon Law Studies No. 273, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 196 pp.

 

Thomas Fulton (1918-), Prenuptial Investigation, Canon Law Studies No. 274, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 178 pp.

 

James Godley (1915-), Time and Place for the Celebration of Mass, Canon Law Studies No. 275, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 190 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 460.

 

Thomas Kane (1915-), The Jurisdiction of the Patriarchs of the Major Sees in Antiquity and in the Middle Ages, Canon Law Studies No. 276, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 98 pp.

 

Andrew Kennedy, The Annual Pastoral Report to the Local Ordinary, Canon Law Studies No. 277, (Not published).

 

Joseph Konrad (1916-), Transfer of Religious to Another Community, Canon Law Studies No. 278, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 268 pp.

 

Alphonse Kress, Contumacy in Ecclesiastical Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 279, (Not published).

 

Marcellus McCartney (1913-), Faculties of Regular Confessors, Canon Law Studies No. 280, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 147 pp.

 

Edward McCaslin (1915-), The Division of Parishes, Canon Law Studies No. 281, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 127 pp.

 

Francis McElroy (1917-), The Privileges of Bishops, Canon Law Studies No. 282, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 141 pp.

 

Stephen Quinn (1917-), Relation of the Local Ordinary to Religious of Diocesan Approval, Canon Law Studies No. 283, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 138 pp.

 

Edelhard Schneider (1909-), The Status of Secularized Ex-Religious Clerics, Canon Law Studies No. 284, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1948) 140 pp.

 

Chester Thompson (1918-), The Simple Removal from Office, Canon Law Studies No. 285, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 126 pp.

 

Kenneth O'Brien (1915-), The Nature of Support of Diocesan Priests in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 286, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 148 pp.

 

John Metz (1916-), The Recording Judge in the Ecclesiastical Collegiate Tribunal, Canon Law Studies No. 287, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 115 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 6 (1950) 257.

 

Marion Reinhardt (1915-), The Rogatory Commission, Canon Law Studies No. 288, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 166 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 5 (1949) 256.

 

Juan Ortega Uhink (1908-), De Delicto Sollicitationis, Canon Law Studies No. 289, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 297 pp.

 

James Casey (1914-1986), A Study of Canon 2222 § 1, Canon Law Studies No. 290, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 111 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 6 (1950) 257.

 

Joseph Allgeier (1913-), The Canonical Obligation of Preaching in Parish Churches, Canon Law Studies No. 291, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 100 pp.

 

Daniel Cahill (1918-), The Custody of the Holy Eucharist, Canon Law Studies No. 292, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 164 pp.

 

Aidan Carr (1914-), Vocation to the Priesthood: Its Canonical Concept, Canon Law Studies No. 293, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 108 pp.

 

Roch Knopke (1906-), Reverential Fear in Matrimonial Cases in Asiatic Countries: Rota Cases, Canon Law Studies No. 294, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 97 pp.

 

Howard Lavelle (1921-), The Obligation of Holding Sacred Missions in Parishes, Canon Law Studies No. 295, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1949) 126 pp.

 

Anthony Mickells (1918-), The Constitutive Elements of Parishes, Canon Law Studies No. 296, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 130 pp.

 

John Noone (1919-), Nullity in Judicial Acts, Canon Law Studies No. 297, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 133 pp.

 

Daniel Sheehan (1917-), The Minister of Holy Communion, Canon Law Studies No. 298, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 174 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 7 (1951) 353.

 

Francis Statkus (1921-), The Minister of the Last Sacraments, Canon Law Studies No. 299, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 147 pp. Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 7 (1951) 352-353.

 

John Cook (1921-), Ecclesiastical Communities and Their Ability to Induce Legal Customs, Canon Law Studies No. 300, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 136 pp.

 

Francis Fazzalaro (1919-), The Place for the Hearing of Confessions, Canon Law Studies No. 301, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 135 pp.

 

Hannan

Philip Hannan (American prelate, 1913-2011), The Canonical Concept of Congrua Sustentatio for the Secular Clergy, Canon Law Studies No. 302, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 223 pp.

 

Hugh Quinn (1915-), The Particular Penal Precept, Canon Law Studies No. 303, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 91 pp.

 

 

 

John Gallagher (1908-), The Matrimonial Impediment of Public Propriety, Canon Law Studies No. 304, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 156 pp.

 

Welsh

Thomas Welsh (American prelate, 1921-2009), The Use of the Portable Altar, Canon Law Studies No. 305, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 123 pp.

 

Joseph Waters (1920-), The Probation in Societies of Quasi-Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 306, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 116 pp.

 

Michael Regan (1921-), Canon 16, Canon Law Studies No. 307, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 146 pp.

 

Thomas Gallagher, The Rejection of Judicial Witnesses and Testimony, Canon Law Studies No. 308, (Not published).

 

Harry Byrne (1921-), Investment of Church Funds, Canon Law Studies No. 309, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 190 pp.

 

Josiah Chatham (1914-), Force and Fear as Invalidating Marriage: The Element of Injustice, Canon Law Studies No. 310, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 172 pp.

 

James Brown (1921-), The Invalidating Effects of Force, Fear, and Fraud upon the Canonical Novitiate, Canon Law Studies No. 311, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 227 pp.

 

Charles Duerr (1922-), The Judicial Notary, Canon Law Studies No. 312, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 97 pp.

 

Francisco Gonzalez (1924-), De Parocho Religioso Eiusque Superiore Locali, Canon Law Studies No. 313, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 185 pp.

 

James Hannon (1920-), Holy Viaticum, Canon Law Studies No. 314, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 186 pp.

 

Erwin Sadlowski (1913-), The Sacred Furnishings of Churches, Canon Law Studies No. 315, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 176 pp.

 

Arthur Sego (1921-), Dispensation from the Interpellations, Canon Law Studies No. 316, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1951) 271 pp.

 

John Waterhouse (1919-), The Power of the Local Ordinary to Impose a Matrimonial Ban, Canon Law Studies No. 317, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 133 pp.

 

Eugene Frein, The Discretionary Power of the Defender of the Matrimonial Bond, Canon Law Studies No. 318, (Not published).

 

George Carton, The Time Factor in the Gaining of Indulgences, Canon Law Studies No. 319, (Not published).

 

John Walsh (1913-), The Jurisdiction of the Interritual Confessor in the United States and Canada, Canon Law Studies No. 320, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1950) 118 pp.

 

Unterkoefler

Ernest Unterkoefler (American prelate,1917-1993), The Presiding Judge in Matrimonial Causes of First Instance, Canon Law Studies No. 321, (Not published).

 

Aloysius Gaffigan, Residence of Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 322, (Not published).

 

Linus Cappiello (1919-), De Ordinariorum Dispensandi Facultate ad Normam Canonis 81, Canon Law Studies No. 323, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 150 pp.

 

Walter Conway (1921-), The Time and Place of Baptism, Canon Law Studies No. 324, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 152 pp.

 

James King (1920-), The Canonical Procedure in Separation Cases, Canon Law Studies No. 325, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 190 pp.

 

Chester Wrzaszczak (1917-), The Betrothal Contract in the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 326, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 246 pp.

 

Leo Koesler (1921-), Entrance into the Novitiate by Clerics in Major Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 327, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 176 pp.

 

McFarland

Norman McFarland (American prelate, 1922-2010), Religious Vocation—Its Juridic Concept, Canon Law Studies No. 328, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 131 pp.

 

Donald Wiest (1908-), The Precensorship of Books, Canon Law Studies No. 329, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 193 pp.

 

Max De Witt (1923-), The Cessation of Delegated Power, Canon Law Studies No. 330, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 153 pp.

 

Marcian Mathis (1918-), The Constitution and Supreme Administration of Regional Seminaries Subject to the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith in China, Canon Law Studies No. 331, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 172 pp.

 

George Schorr (1920-), The Law of the Celebret, Canon Law Studies No. 332, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1952) 115 pp.

 

Robert Sheehy (1922-), The Sacred Congregation of the Sacraments: Its Competence in the Roman Curia, Canon Law Studies No. 333, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 140 pp.

 

Joseph Shields (1923-), Deprivation of the Clerical Garb, Canon Law Studies No. 334, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 156 pp.

 

George Uricheck, De Forma Celebrationis Matrimonii in Ecclesiis Orientalibus tum ante Litteras Apostolicas Crebrae Allatae tum post, Canon Law Studies No. 335, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1970). ??=

 

Gommar De Pauw (1918-), The Legal Status of Catholic Elementary Schools in Belgium, 1830-1950, Canon Law Studies No. 336, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 145 pp.

 

John Bourque (1924-), The Judicial Power of the Church--Canon 1553 § 1, Canon Law Studies No. 337, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 148 pp.

 

Charles Cornell, The Juridical Status of Heretics and Schismatics in Good Faith, Canon Law Studies No. 338, (Not published).

 

William Fitzgerald (1926-), The Parish Census and the Liber Status Animarum, Canon Law Studies No. 339, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 109 pp.

 

Stanislaus Kubik (1918-), Invalidity of Dispensations According to Canon 84 § 1, Canon Law Studies No. 340, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 107 pp.

 

John Nugent (1922-), Ordination in Societies of the Common Life, Canon Law Studies No. 341, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 240 pp.

 

Casimir Peterson (1921-), Spiritual Care in Diocesan Seminaries, Canon Law Studies No. 342, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) 191 pp.

 

Reiss

John Reiss (American prelate, 1922-2012), The Time and Place of Sacred Ordination, Canon Law Studies No. 343, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 122 pp.

 

Joseph Sheehan (1917-), The Obligation of Respect and Obedience of Clerics to Their Ordinary--Canon 127, Canon Law Studies No. 344, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 130 pp.

 

Matthew Shekleton (1915-), Doctrinal Interpretation of Law, Canon Law Studies No. 345, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 112 pp.

 

Roger Viau (1916-), Doubt in Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 346, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 117 pp.

 

Donnell Walsh (1922-), The New Law on Secular Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 347, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1953) 141 pp.

 

Edward Fus (1919-), Extraordinary Form of Marriage According to Canon 1098, Canon Law Studies No. 348, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 202 pp.

 

Archibald Bottoms (1916-), The Discretionary Authority of the Ecclesiastical Judge in Matrimonial Trials of the First Instance, Canon Law Studies No. 349, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1955) 258 pp.

 

Charles Kekumano (1919-1998), The Secret Archives of the Diocesan Curia, Canon Law Studies No. 350, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 98 pp.

 

Robert McGrath (1922-), The Local Superior in Non-Exempt Clerical Congregations, Canon Law Studies No. 351, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 123 pp.

 

McManus

Frederick McManus (American priest, 1923-2005), The Congregation of Sacred Rites, Canon Law Studies No. 352, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 176 pp.

 

Frank Rodimer (American prelate, 1927-), The Canonical Effects of Infamy of Fact, Canon Law Studies No. 353, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 157 pp.

 

 

 

Jacques Rouillard, Une etude comparee du droit canonique et du droit civil paroissial de la Province de Quebec dans l'administration des biens paroissiaux, Canon Law Studies No. 354, (Not published).

 

Thomas Ryan (1924-), The Juridical Effects of the Sanatio in Radice, Canon Law Studies No. 355, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1955) 137 pp.

 

Bernard Sullivan (1924-), Legislation and Requirements for Permissible Cohabitation in Invalid Marriages, Canon Law Studies No. 356, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 179 pp.

 

Vincent Tatarczuk (1925-), Infamy of Law, Canon Law Studies No. 357, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1954) 118 pp.

 

Gennaro Sesto (1921-), Guardians of the Mentally Ill in Ecclesiastical Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 358, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 176 pp.

 

James Carroll (1920-), The Bishop's Quinquennial Report, Canon Law Studies No. 359, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 148 pp.

 

William Curtin (1921-), The Plaint of Nullity Against the Sentence, Canon Law Studies No. 360, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 160 pp.

 

Bernard Ganter (1928-), Clerical Attire, Canon Law Studies No. 361, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1955) 194 pp.

 

Victor Goertz (1928-), The Judicial Summons, Canon Law Studies No. 362, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 82 pp.

 

Donald Heintschel (1924-2000), The Medieval Concept of an Ecclesiastical Office, Canon Law Studies No. 363, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 107 pp.

 

Jeremiah Kelliher (1926-), Loss of Privileges, Canon Law Studies No. 364, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) 116 pp.

 

Timothy Mock (1926-), Disqualification of Electors in Ecclesiastical Elections, Canon Law Studies No. 365, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 209 pp.

 

Francis Smyer, Canonical Regulations Regarding Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament According to Canons 1274 and 1275, Canon Law Studies No. 366, (Not published).

 

Urban Wiggins (1921-), Property Laws of the State of Ohio Affecting the Church, Canon Law Studies No. 367, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 140 pp.

 

Richard Bockstie, The Principal Oratory of Religious, Canon Law Studies No. 368, (Not published).

 

Maurice Grajewski (1916-), The Supreme Moderator of Exempt Religious Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 369, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 180 pp.

 

Bernard Havlik, The Cessation of Rescripts, Canon Law Studies No. 370, (Not published).

 

Albert Olkovikas (1927-), The Instantia of the Lawsuit, Canon Law Studies No. 371, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 113 pp.

 

Elias Olarte Poblete (1921-), The Plenary Council, Canon Law Studies No. 372, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 125 pp.

 

Alexander Sokolich (1918-1981), Canonical Provisions for Universities and Colleges, Canon Law Studies No. 373, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1956) 178 pp.

 

Jordan Sullivan (1922-), Fast and Abstinence in the First Order of St. Francis, Canon Law Studies No. 374, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 133 pp.

 

Francis Kelleher, Judicial Expenses, Canon Law Studies No. 375, (Not published).

 

Pedro Bantigue (1920-), The Provincial Council of Manila of 1771; Its text followed by a commentary on Actio 11, De Episcopis, Canon Law Studies No. 376, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 260 pp.

 

Dennis Burns (1920-), Matrimonial Indissolubility: Contrary Conditions, Canon Law Studies No. 377, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 166 pp.

 

Bernard Deutsch (American priest, 1925-=), Jurisdiction of Pastors in the External Forum, Canon Law Studies No. 378, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 210 pp.

 

John Dunnivan (1928-), Prejudicial Attempts in Pending Litigation, Canon Law Studies No. 379, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 168 pp.

 

Albert Ernst (1926-), Free Admission to the Church for Sacred Rites, Canon Law Studies No. 380, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) 136 pp.

 

Peter Frattin (1936-), The Matrimonial Impediment of Impotence: Occlusion of the Spermatic Ducts and Vaginismus, Canon Law Studies No. 381, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 113 pp.

 

Charles Henry (1923-), Canonical Relations Between Bishops and Abbots at the Beginning of the Tenth Century, Canon Law Studies No. 382, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 219 pp.

 

Lawrence Hoffman (1926-), Clergy Conference: Canon 131, Canon Law Studies No. 383, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 101 pp.

 

James Markham (1922-), The Sacred Congregation of Seminaries and Universities of Studies, Canon Law Studies No. 384, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 178 pp.

 

John McGrath (1922-1970), A Comparative Study of Crime and its Imputability in Ecclesiastical Criminal Law and in American Criminal Law, Canon Law Studies No. 385, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 104 pp.

 

James McGuire (1929-), The Postulancy, Canon Law Studies No. 386, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 178 pp.

 

James Munday (1917-), Ecclesiastical Property in Australia and New Zealand: An Historical Synopsis and Comparative Study of the General Law of the Church, Canons 1495-1551, and the Decrees of the Fourth Plenary Council of Australia, Decrees 653-685, Canon Law Studies No. 387, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 137 pp.

 

Joseph Murphy (1929-), The Laws of the State of New York Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 388, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 190 pp.

 

William Pickard (1930-), Judicial Experts: A Source of Evidence in Ecclesiastical Trials, Canon Law Studies No. 389, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 225 pp.

 

James Ruddy (1916-1978), The Apostolic Constitution Christus Dominus: Text, Translation and Commentary with Short Annotations on the Motu Proprio Sacram Communionem, Canon Law Studies No. 390, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1957) 139 pp.

 

Leo Vanyo (1925-2009), Requisites of Intention in the Reception of the Sacraments, Canon Law Studies No. 391, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1965) 127 pp.

 

Donald Adams (1928-1996), The Truth Required in the Preces for Rescripts, Canon Law Studies No. 392, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 250 pp.

 

Raymond Bégin (1928-), Natural Law and Positive Law, Canon Law Studies No. 393, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 177 pp.

 

Walter Clancy (1926-), The Rites and Ceremonies of Sacred Ordination (Canons 1002-1005), Canon Law Studies No. 394, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1962) 122 pp.

 

Ronald Cox (1929-), A Study of the Juridic Status of Laymen in the Writing of the Medieval Canonists, Canon Law Studies No. 395, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 104 pp.

 

Francis Demers (1928-), Temporal Administration of the Religious House in a Non-exempt Clerical Pontifical Institute, Canon Law Studies No. 396, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 143 pp.

 

Henry Dziadosz (1923-2000), The Provisions of the Decree Spiritus Sancti Munera: The Law for the Extraordinary Minister of Confirmation, Canon Law Studies No. 397, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 226 pp.

 

Bernard Gerhardt (1926-2007), Interpretation of Rescripts, Canon Law Studies No. 398, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 152 pp.

 

John Hackett (1926-), The Concept of Public Order, Canon Law Studies No. 399, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 101 pp.

 

Richard Murphy (1925-1994), The Canonico-Juridical Status of a Communist, Canon Law Studies No. 400, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 186 pp.

 

David O'Connor (1928-), Parochial Relations and Cooperation of the Religious and Secular Clergy, Canon Law Studies No. 401, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1958) 194 pp.

 

Peter Chyang (1922-), Decennial Faculties for Ordinaries in Quasi-dioceses, Canon Law Studies No. 402, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 366 pp.

 

Francis Gossman (1930-), Pope Urban II and Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 403, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 205 pp.

 

Paul Love (1921-1993), The Penal Remedies of the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 404, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 177 pp.

 

Donald McLeaish (1926-), The Laws of the State of Texas Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 405, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 205 pp.

 

Manuel Rodriguez (1930-), The Laws of the State of New Mexico Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 406, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1959) 220 pp.

 

Robert Sampon, A Comparative Study of the First Provincial Council of Milwaukee and the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 407, (Not published).

 

Paul Schreiber (1928-), Canonical Precedence, Canon Law Studies No. 408, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 327 pp.

 

Maurice Welsh (1922-1994), The Laws of the State of Nevada Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 409, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1962) 147 pp.

 

Dacian Dee (1930-), The Manifestation of Conscience, Canon Law Studies No. 410, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 100 pp.

 

Eufemio De La Cruz, The Leasing of Church Properties in the Philippines, Canon Law Studies No. 411, (Not published).

 

William Nessel (1929-), First Amendment Freedoms, Papal Pronouncements and Concordat Practice: A Comparative Study in American Law and Public Ecclesiastical Law, Canon Law Studies No. 412, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 268 pp.

 

John Roos (1930-), The Seal of Confession, Canon Law Studies No. 413, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1960) 121 pp.

 

William Tierney (1931-), Authorized Ecclesiastical Acts, Canon Law Studies No. 414, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 226 pp.

 

William Van Ommeren (1926-), Mental Illness Affecting Marital Consent, Canon Law Studies No. 415, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 241 pp.

 

Thomas Cunningham, The Canonical Suppression of Religious Houses, Canon Law Studies No. 416, (Not published).

 

James McGough (1933-), The Laws of the State of Mississippi Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 417, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 203 pp.

 

Arthur Nace (1927-), The Right to Accuse a Marriage of Invalidity, Canon Law Studies No. 418, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 288 pp.

 

Charles Renati (1931-), The Recipient of Extreme Unction, Canon Law Studies No. 419, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 186 pp.

 

Raphael Song (1926-), The Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith, Canon Law Studies No. 420, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1961) 157 pp.

 

Edmund Quinn (1926-), Archconfraternities, Archsodalities and Primary Unions, with a Supplement on the Archconfraternity of Christian Mothers, Canon Law Studies No. 421, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 144 pp.

 

Mel Brady (1922-2005), The Quinquennial Report of Religious Institutes to the Holy See, Canon Law Studies No. 422, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 112 pp.

 

John Brenkle (1931-), The Impediment of Male Impotence, with Special Application to Paraplegia, Canon Law Studies No. 423, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 183 pp.

 

Joseph Christensen, Character Requisites for Reception of Holy Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 424, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1962) = pp.

 

John Paul, The Recipient of the Sacrament of Penance, Canon Law Studies No. 425, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1962) = pp.

 

George Pavloff (1930-), Papal Judge Delegates at the Time of the Corpus Juris Canonici, Canon Law Studies No. 426, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 56 pp.

 

Edward Reissner (1929-), Canonical Employer-Employee Relationship: Canon 1524, Canon Law Studies No. 427, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) 113 pp.

 

Paul Schierse (1928-1998), Laws of the State of Delaware Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 428, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 239 pp.

 

Robert Seasoltz, Directives on Sacred Art and the Building of a Church, Canon Law Studies No. 429, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) = pp.

 

Dismas Bonner (1929-), Extern Sisters in Monasteries of Nuns, Canon Law Studies No. 430, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 251 pp.

 

Henry Bowen, The Juridic Authority of the Church Over the Non-baptized, Canon Law Studies No. 431, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963).

 

John Calhoun (1932-), The Restraint of the Exercise of One's Rights, Canon Law Studies No. 432, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1965) 142 pp.

 

John Goeke, The Laws of the State of Kentucky Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 433, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963).

 

Stanislaus Swierzowski, The Catholic Parties in Civil Divorce and Separation, Canon Law Studies No. 434, (Not published).

 

Leonard Voegtle (1933-2001), Canonical Reasons for the Rejection of Candidates to Final Vows, Canon Law Studies No. 435, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1963) 179 pp.

 

Catoir

John Catoir (American priest, =), The Laws of the State of New Jersey Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 436, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) = pp.

 

Isaac Jacob, The Meaning of Pars Sanior in the Rule of Saint Benedict and Its Use in the Decretal Collection of Pope Gregory IX with a Study of the Electoral Law as Found in the Decretum of Gratian, Canon Law Studies No. 437, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964).

 

Peter Fleming, The Laws of the State of Minnesota Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 438, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) = pp.

 

Herculano Izquierdo, Nomination of Bishops in Present Day Concordats, Canon Law Studies No. 439, (Not published).

 

Gerard Mahoney (1933-), The Academic Curriculum in Minor Seminaries, Canon Law Studies No. 440, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1965) 190 pp.

 

Joseph Muzas, The Concept of Matrimonium Ratum in Gratian and the Early Decretists (1140-1215), Canon Law Studies No. 441, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) = pp.

 

John O'Connor, Historical Notes Upon the Reform Decrees of the Sixth and Seventh Session of the Council of Trent, Canon Law Studies No. 442, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) = pp.

 

John Smith, The Military Ordinariate in the USA, Canon Law Studies No. 443, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) = pp.

 

William Sullivan, The Laws of the State of Illinois Affecting Church Property, Canon Law Studies No. 444, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1964) = pp.

 

John Buckley, The Use of the Writings of St. Augustine as Sources of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 445, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1965) = pp.

 

Thomas Donovan (1930-), The Status of the Church in American Civil Law and Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 446, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) 147 pp.

 

Thomas Dougherty (1924-1996), The Vicar General of the Episcopal Ordinary, Canon Law Studies No. 447, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) 120 pp.

 

Feliciano Palma, A Comparative Study of Wills in Canon Law and in the Civil Code of the Philippines, Canon Law Studies No. 448, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1965) 289 pp.

 

Godefroy Devost, L'Eveque, Membre du College Episcopal, Canon Law Studies No. 449, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) 356 pp.

 

Harmon Skillin (1934-), Concelebration, Canon Law Studies No. 450, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1966) 167 pp.

 

Thomas Dupré, The Summary Process of Canons 1990-1992, Canon Law Studies No. 451, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 278 pp.

 

George Graham, Synodal and Pro-synodal Judges, Canon Law Studies No. 452, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 220 pp.

 

Charles Schettler, Postulation by Ecclesiastical Bodies, Canon Law Studies No. 453, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 232 pp.

 

Martin Semple, The Obligation of the Divine Office in the Latin and Oriental Churches, Canon Law Studies No. 454, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 199 pp.

 

Carlos Warnholtz (1925-), The Nature of the Episcopal Office According to the Second Vatican Council, Canon Law Studies No. 455, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 236 pp.

 

James Connor, The Invalidity of Marriage in the Roman Catholic Church and in the Civil Laws of the United States: A Comparative Study, Canon Law Studies No. 456, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 458 pp.

 

Henri Larroque, The Rejection of Judicial Witnesses and Their Testimony, Canon Law Studies No. 457, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1967) 249 pp.

 

Ralph Besendorfer, The Valid and Licit Assistance at Interritual Marriage in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 458, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 172 pp.

 

Mason Borgman, The Common Life Among Clerics in the Writings of St. Augustine of Hippo and Ecclesiastical Legislation, Canon Law Studies No. 459, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 195 pp.

 

Jose Casa Medina, The Law for the Restoration of the Permanent Diaconate, Canon Law Studies No. 460, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 200 pp.

 

Vincent Doyle (1938-), The Pre-nuptial Promises in Mixed Marriages, Canon Law Studies No. 461, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 295 pp.

 

Donald Espen (1939-), The Canonical Form of Marriage—Re-evaluation, Canon Law Studies No. 462, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 161 pp.

 

Joseph George, The Principle of Subsidiarity With Special Reference to Its Role in Papal and Episcopal Relations in the Light of Lumen Gentium, Canon Law Studies No. 463, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 234 pp.

 

Gilbert

Edward Gilbert (Canadian prelate, 1936-), Redemptorist Exemption, Canon Law Studies No. 464, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 254 pp.

 

James Hertel, The Laity, Luther and Trent, Canon Law Studies No. 465, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 217 pp.

 

Gerald Kelly, The Years of Discretion for Confession, Canon Law Studies No. 466, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) 180 pp.

 

Michael Jamail, The Senates of Priests in the Province of San Antonio, Texas: A Descriptive Study, Canon Law Studies No. 467, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1969) 291 pp.

 

Philip Kendall, Intellectual Formation in the Major Seminary Curriculum: Principles and Considerations, Canon Law Studies No. 468, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1970) 900 pp.

 

Raymond Misulich, The Foundation and Juridic Status of the Eparchies of Pittsburgh and Passaic, Canon Law Studies No. 469, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1968) = pp.

 

Paul O'Connell, The Concept of the Parish in the Light of the Second Vatican Council, Canon Law Studies No. 470, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1969) 254 pp.

 

John Zemanick, Canon Law and the Board of Trustees in a Catholic College, Canon Law Studies No. 471, (Not published).

 

Marion Mazgaj, The Communist Government of Poland as Affecting the Rights of the Church from 1944 to 1960, Canon Law Studies No. 472, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1970) 257 pp.

 

Seamus O'Connor, The Structure of a Post-Conciliar Diocesan Synod in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 473, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1970) 178 pp.

 

Clara Henning, Court Procedure for Marriage Cases of Nullity and the Renewal of Pope Benedict XIV, Canon Law Studies No. 474, (Not published).

 

Joseph Penna, The Episcopal Vicar, Canon Law Studies No. 475, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1971) 225 pp.

 

Bernard Konda, The Changing Attitudes of the Catholic Church Toward Mixed Marriages, Canon Law Studies No. 476, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1971) 243 pp.

 

Lincoln Knox, The Ecclesial Dimension of Valid Orders, Canon Law Studies No. 477, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1971) 202 pp.

 

Joseph Rehage, The Private Ownership of Property by Individua1 Religious Before 1917: A Historical Study of Canonical Legislation Prior to the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 478, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1971) 368 pp.

 

Kevin Conners, Incidental Causes In Judicial Procedure, Canon Law Studies No. 479, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1971) = pp.

 

Raymond Kutner, The Development, Structure and Competence of the Episcopal Conference, Canon Law Studies No. 480, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1972) 208 pp.

 

Daniel Foley, The Synod of Bishops: Its Canonical Structure and Procedures, Canon Law Studies No. 481, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1973) 292 pp.

 

Richard Ryan, The Authority of the Residential Bishop in the Latin Rite to Dispense from the General Laws of the Church, Canon Law Studies No. 482, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1973) 327 pp.

 

Vincent Grogan, The Canonical Implementation of the Renewal of Religious Formation, Government, and Internal Discipline Since the Second Vatican Council in the Order of Friars Minor in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 483, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1974) 390 pp.

 

Robert Miller, The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith: Its Origin, Concept, and the Development of Its Competency, Canon Law Studies No. 484, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1975) 332 pp.

 

Walter Paska, Sources of Particular Law for the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 485, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1975) 293 pp.

 

Lucy Vazquez, The Common Law on the Novitiate in the Western Church from the Council of Trent to the Present, Canon Law Studies No. 486, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1975) 342 pp.

 

Judith Barnhiser, A Study of the Authority Structures of Three Nineteenth-Century Apostolic Communities of Religious Women in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 487, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1975) 252 pp.

 

Todd Hevia, Moral Impotence as a Canonical Matrimonial Disability: Juristic Origin and Concept—Use and Developments in American Canonical Jurisprudence, Canon Law Studies No. 488, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1976) 315 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 413-415.

 

Edward Dillon, The Applicability of the Impediments of Consanguinity, Nonage, and Prior Bond As Found in Georgia Law to the Summary Process Established by Causas Matrimoniales, Canon Law Studies No. 489, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1976) 236 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 415-416.

 

Samuel Shoemaker, Lay Participation in Selected Structures of Church Government Since Vatican II, Canon Law Studies No. 490, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1976) 268 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 417-418.

 

Myers

John Myers (American prelate, 1941-), The Trullan Controversy: Implications for the Status of the Orthodox Churches in Roman Catholic Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 491, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1977) 235 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 418-419

 

Anthony Diacetis, The Judgment of Formal Matrimonial Cases: Historical Reflections, Contemporary Developments, and Future Possibilities, Canon Law Studies No. 492, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1977) 355 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 420-421.

 

Margaret Modde, A Canonical Study of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR). of the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 493, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1977) 260 pp. Abstract at Jurist 37 (1977) 421-422.

 

Robert Thrasher, The Application of Canon 1014 to External Forum and Internal Forum Solution to Marriage Cases, Canon Law Studies No. 494, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1978) 245 pp. Abstract at Jurist 38 (1978) 450-451.

 

Joseph Pokusa, A Canonico-Historical Study of the Diaconate in the Western Church, Canon Law Studies No. 495, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1979) 387 pp. Abstract at Jurist 38 (1978) 512-513.

 

Thomas Doyle, The Understanding of the Concept of Bonum Fidei in the Church's Canonical Tradition, Canon Law Studies No. 496, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1978) 662 pp. Abstract at Jurist 38 (1978) 452-453.

 

Emil Labbe, A Canonical Study of Pastoral Preparation for Priestly Ministry, with Special Reference to the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 497, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1978) 417 pp. Abstract at Jurist 38 (1978) 453-454.

 

Geoffrey King, The Acceptance of Law by the Church Community as an Integral Element in the Formation of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 498, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1979) 233 pp. Abstract at Jurist 39 (1979) 508-510.

 

McDermott

Rose McDermott (American =, 1934-), The Legal Condition of Women in the Church: Shifting Policies and Norms, Canon Law Studies No. 499, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1979) 444 pp. Abstract at Jurist 38 (1978) 510-511.

 

John Oosterman, Peter Damiani's Doctrine on the Sacerdotal Office: A Canonical Study of the Validity of Orders and the Worthy Exercise of Ordained Ministry, Canon Law Studies No. 500, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1980) 341 pp. Abstract at Jurist 40 (1980) 454-456.

 

 

Schnurr

Dennis Schnurr (American prelate, 1948-), The Quamprimum of Infant Baptism in the Western Church, Canon Law Studies No. 501, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1981) 268 pp. Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 504-505.

 

Brian Sparksman, The Minister of Music in the Western Church, Canon Law Studies No. 502, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1981) 389 pp. Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 505-507.

 

 

Stanley Teixeira, Personnel Policies: A Canonical Commentary on Selected Clergy Personnel Policies in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 503, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1981) 241 pp. Abstract at Jurist 41 (1981) 507-509.

 

McDonough

Elizabeth McDonough (American Dominican, =), Canon Law in Pastoral Perspective: Principles for the Application of Law According to Antoninus of Florence Canon Law Studies No. 504, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 272 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 552-553

 

John Huels, The Interpretation of the Law on Communion Under Both Species, Canon Law Studies No. 505, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 361 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 554-555.

 

Donald Frugé, The Taxation Practices of the United States Bishops in Relation to the Authority of Bishops to Tax According to the Code of Canon Law and Proposed Revisions, Canon Law Studies No. 506, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 246 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 555-556.

 

Stephen Churchwell, Epilepsy and Holy Orders in the Canonical Practice of the Western Church, Canon Law Studies No. 507, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 221 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 556-558.

 

Leonard Pivonka, The Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity: A Study of a Catholic Response to the Modern Ecumenical Movement, Canon Law Studies No. 508, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 415 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 558-559.

 

Leslie Sachs, Thomas Cranmer's Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum in the Context of English Church Law from the Later Middle Ages to the Canons of 1603, Canon Law Studies No. 509, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1982) 268 pp. Abstract at Jurist 42 (1982) 560-561.

 

James Donlon, The Human Rights of Priests to Equitable Sustenance and to Mobility: An Evaluation of Canon Law from the Codex Juris Canonici to the Proposed Revision of the Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 510, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1984) 306 pp. Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 490-491.

 

Michael Balhoff, The Legal Interrelatedness of the Sacraments of Initiation: New Canonical Developments in the Latin Rite from Vatican Council II to 1982, Canon Law Studies No. 511, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1984) 304 pp. Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 491-492.

 

Rosemary Smith, Lay Persons and the Munus Sancticandi: Legal Development from the Second Vatican Council to the Revised Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 512, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1984) 334 pp. Abstract at Jurist 44 (1984) 492-493.

 

Lynn Jarrell, The Development of Legal Structures for Women Religious Between 1500 and 1900: A Study of Selected Institutes of Religious Life for Women, Canon Law Studies No. 513, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1985) 351 pp. Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 663-664.

 

Augustine Mringi, Small Christian Communities in Eastern Africa with Particular Reference to Tanzania: Canonical Implications, Canon Law Studies No. 514, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1985) 477 pp. Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 665-666.

 

Beal

 

John Beal (American priest, =), Confining and Structuring the Exercise of Administrative Discretion in the Particular Church: A Study of the Adaptability of Certain Principles of American Administrative Law to the Exercise of Administrative Discretion by Diocesan Bishops, Canon Law Studies No. 515, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1985) 675 pp. Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 666-667.

 

John Amos, Associations of the Christian Faithful in the 1983 Code of Canon Law: A Canonical Analysis and Evaluation, Canon Law Studies No. 516, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1986) 435 pp. Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 665-666.

 

Joseph Koury, Three Sixteenth Century Constitutions on the Dissolution of Marriage: A Study on Lawmaking and the Uses of Law, Canon Law Studies No. 517, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC,1985) 382 pp. Abstract at Jurist 45 (1985) 667-668.

 

John Johnson (American priest, 1949-), The Synod of Bishops: An Analysis of its Legal Development, Canon Law Studies No. 518, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1986) 526 pp. Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 666-667.

 

Elissa Rinere, The Term "Ministry" as Applied to the Laity in the Documents of Vatican II, Post Conciliar Documents of the Apostolic See, and the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 519, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1986) 383 pp. Abstract at Jurist 46 (1986) 667-668.

 

David Walkowiak, The Diocesan Bishop and the Munus Sanctificandi: A Study of Its Legal Development, Canon Law Studies No. 520, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1987) 338 pp. Abstract at Jurist 47 (1987) 584-585.

 

John Lahey, Faithful Fulfillment of the Pious Will: A Fundamental Principle of Church Law as Found in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 521, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1987) 199 pp. Abstract at Jurist 47 (1987) 586.

 

Marie Breitenbeck, The Role of Experts in Ecclesial Decision-Making in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 522, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1987) 351 pp. Abstract at Jurist 47 (1987) 587.

 

Lucy Blyskal, The Ordinary Ecclesiastical Magisterium from the Antepreparatory Documents of Vatican Council II to Canons 752 and 753 of the 1983 Code, Canon Law Studies No. 523, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1987) 437 pp. Abstract at Jurist 47 (1987) 588.

 

Thomas Moran, The Applicability of Canon 1095, 3 to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders in Vietnam Veterans, Canon Law Studies No. 524, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1988) 524 pp. Abstract at Jurist 48 (1988) 844-845.

 

Barbara Cusack, A Study of the Relationship between the Diocesan Bishop and Catholic Schools Below the Level of Higher Education in the US: Canons 801-806 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 525, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1988) =. Abstract at Jurist 48 (1988) 845-846.

 

Euart

Sharon Euart (American =, ), Church-State Implications in the United States of Canon 812 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 526, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1988) 336 pp. Abstract at Jurist 48 (1988) 846-847.

 

John McIntyre (1930-), Customary Law in the Corpus Juris Canonici, Canon Law Studies No. 527, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1989) 221 pp. Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 717-718. Monograph version review: A. Gauthier, Studia Canonica 27 (1993) 261-262.

 

 

Craig Cox (American priest, =), Procedural Changes in Formal Marriage Nullity Cases from the 1917 to the 1983 Code: Analysis, Critique and Possible Alternatives, Canon Law Studies No. 528, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1989) 448 pp. Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 718-719.

 

Richard Ryan, The Canonical Status of Marriages Attempted Before Civil Authorities: A Historical Analysis from the Council of Trent to the 1983 Code, Canon Law Studies No. 529, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1989) 305 pp. Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 719-720.

 

Arthur Espelage, Authority of Ministers Provincial in the Order of Friars Minor Before 1518, Canon Law Studies No. 530, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1989) 303 pp. Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 720-721.

 

Virginia Bartolac, The Practice of the Evangelical Counsels in Secular Institutes, Canon Law Studies No. 531, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1989) 391 pp. Abstract at Jurist 49 (1989) 721-722.

 

Hayes

Eugene Hayes (American Norbertine, = ) , Rightful Autonomy of Life and Charism in the Proper Law of the Norbertine Order, Canon Law Studies No. 532, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1990) 600 pp. Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 650-651.

 

Francis Schneider (American priest, =), Obedience to the Bishop by the Diocesan Priest in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 533, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1990) 368 pp. Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 651-652.

 

Michael Lusena, The Application of Selected Capita of Canonical Jurisprudence to the Practice of "Proposed Marriages" in Sri Lanka, Canon Law Studies No. 534, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1990) 263 pp. Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 652-653.

 

Ronald Bowers (American priest, =), Episcopal Power of Governance in the Diocesan Church: From the 1917 Code of Canon Law to the Present, Canon Law Studies No. 535, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1990) 364 pp. Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 653-654.

 

David O'Connell, An Analysis of Canon 810 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law and Its Application to Catholic Universities and Institutes of Higher Studies in the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 536, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1990) 302 pp. Abstract at Jurist 50 (1990) 654-655.

 

Peters

Edward Peters (American layman, 1957-), Penal Procedural Law in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 537, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1991) 393 pp. Abstract at Jurist 51 (1991) 229-230.

 

Edward Kurtyka, The Vicar Forane, Canon Law Studies No. 538, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1991) 325 pp. Abstract at Jurist 51 (1991) 230-231.

 

Michael Joyce, The Ministry of the Priest in the Exercise of the Munus Sanctificandi as it pertains to the Eucharist, Canon Law Studies No. 539, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1992) 349 pp. Abstract at Jurist 52 (1992) 737-738.

 

Mark Bartchak (American priest, =), Responsibility for Providing Spiritual Formation in Diocesan Seminaries According to the 1983 Code of Canon Law, with Special reference to the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 540, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1992) 370 pp. Abstract at Jurist 52 (1992) 739.

 

Jugis

Peter Jugis (American prelate, 1957-), A Canonical Analysis of the Meaning of Humano Modo in Canon 1061 § 1, Canon Law Studies No. 541, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1993) 405 pp. Abstract at Jurist 53 (1993) 437-438.

 

Patrick Shea (American Franciscan brother, =), A Study of the Canonical Status of an Exclaustrated Member of a Religious Institute in the Light of Civil Law Considerations in the United States of America, Canon Law Studies No. 542, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1993) 553 pp. Abstract at Jurist 53 (1993) 438-439.

 

Edward Pfnausch (American priest, =), The Relationship between Ministry and Holiness in the Life of the Diocesan Priest: An Interpretation of Canon 276 § 2, n. 1 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 543, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1994) 214 pp. Abstract at Jurist 54 (1994) 751-752.

 

John Hesch (American priest, =), A Canonical Commentary on Selected Personnel Policies in the United States of America Regarding Decent Support of Diocesan Priests in Active Ministry, Canon Law Studies No. 544, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1994) 323 pp. Abstract at Jurist 54 (1994) 752-753.

 

Michael Foster (American priest, =), The Promotion of the Canonical Rights of Children in Situations of Divorce and Remarriage, Canon Law Studies No. 545, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1994) 416 pp. Abstract at Jurist 54 (1994) 753-754.

 

Warren Soule, The Summa De multiplici iuris divisione: an Introduction and Critical Text, Canon Law Studies No. 546, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1996) 272 pp. Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 920.

 

John Duarte, The Diocesan Bishop’s Solicitude for the Intellectual Life of Diocesan Priests, Canon Law Studies No. 547, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1996) 302 pp. Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 921.

 

Christopher Armstrong, A Critical Appraisal of Latae Sententiae Penalties in the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 548, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1996) 361 pp. Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 922-923.

 

Dwight Whitt (American Dominican, =), The Personal Particular Church from the Antepreparatory Stage of the Second Vatican Council to Canon 372 § 2 in the 1983 Code of Canon Law and Its Application to American Roman Catholics of African Ancestry, Canon Law Studies No. 549, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1996) 995 pp. Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 923-924

 

Stephen Kain, Written Agreements between Bishops and Religious for Entrusted Diocesan Works, Canon Law Studies No. 550, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1996) 374 pp. Abstract at Jurist 56 (1996) 924-925.

 

Gerard Mesure, The Diocesan Chancellor in Canon Law and in Praxis in United States Archdioceses, Canon Law Studies No. 551, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1997) 249 pp. Abstract at Jurist 57 (1997) 563.

 

David Zwifka, Regulation of the Rights of Individuals for the Common Good: an Analysis of Canon 223 § 2 in Light of American Constitutional Law as Articulated in the Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States, Canon Law Studies No. 552, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1997) 409 pp. Abstract at Jurist 57 (1997) 564-565.

 

Jerome Jung, Transactions Which May Worsen the Patrimonial Condition of a Public Juridic Person in the United States: a Study of Canon 1295, Canon Law Studies No. 553, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1998) 380 pp. Abstract at Jurist 58 (1998) 531.

 

Francis Horn, The Role of the Lay Brother in the Governance of the Order of Saint Benedict, Canon Law Studies No. 554, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1998) 367 pp. Abstract at Jurist 58 (1998) 529.

 

Jiri Kasny, The Right of Defense in Administrative Procedures: a Comparative and Analogical Study, Canon Law Studies No. 555, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1998) 262 pp. Abstract at Jurist 58 (1998) 530.

 

Jenkins

Ronny Jenkins (American priest, =), Recent Rotal Jurisprudence on Simulation “contra bonum sacramenti” by an Implicit Act of the Will, Canon Law Studies No. 556, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 1999) 320 pp. Abstract at Jurist 59 (1999) 472.

 

Thomas Purcell, The Training of Members of Religious Institutes for Ordained Ministry According to the Current Law of the Church, Canon Law Studies No. 557, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2001) 212 pp. Abstract at Jurist 61 (2001) 314-315.

 

George Stuart (American priest, =), The Meaning of Sacred Status in the 1917 and 1983 Codes of Canon Law, Canon Law Studies No. 558, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2001) 451 pp. Abstract at Jurist 61 (2001) 315.

 

Robert Oliver, Developing Criteria of Ecclesiality for Associations of the Faithful, Canon Law Studies No. 559, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2002) 403 pp. Abstract at Jurist 62 (2002) 424-425.

 

Juan Diego Brunetta (American Domincan, =), The Spiritual and Juridical Bonds in the Order of Preachers: a Canonical Study, Canon Law Studies No. 560, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2004) 366 pp. Abstract at Jurist 64 (2004) 388-389.

 

Nancy Bauer, Benedictine Monasticism and the Canonical Obligation of Common Life, Canon Law Studies No. 561, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2004) 496 pp. Abstract at Jurist 64 (2004) 390-391.

 

Thomas Cronkleton (American priest, =), A Comparative Study of the Juridic Personality of a Roman Catholic Parish in Canon Law and the Laws of the State of Wyoming, Canon Law Studies No. 562, (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2004) =. Abstract at Jurist 64 (2004) 392-393.

 

Michael Skrocki, Historical Roots of the Extraordinary Form of Marriage in the Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium as Found in the Imperial Legislation of Justinian, Constantine V, and Leo VI, Canon Law Studies No. 563 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2006) 235 pp. Abstract at Jurist 66 (2006) 518-519.

 

Peter Akpoghiran, The Role and Evaluation of Witness Testimony in Marriage Nullity Trials in the 1983 Code of Canon Law and the Instruction Dignitas connubii, Canon Law Studies No. 564 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2007) 395 pp. Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 560.

 

John Foster, The Nature and Use of the Recognitio of the Apostolic See with a Consideration of Select Normative Decisions of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Canon Law Studies No. 565 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2007) 484 pp. Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 561.

 

Jeffrey Staab, The Obligation of Clerics to Acknowledge and Foster the Mission of Lay Persons in Selected Institutes of Collaboration, Canon Law Studies No. 566 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2008) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 68 (2008) 625-626.

 

Rogelio Ayala-Partida, Accountability in the Exercise of Diocesan Pastoral Care: the Functioning and Monitoring of Selected Ecclesiastical Offices, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 811-812.

 

Thomas Condon, The Sanctifying Function of the Diocesan Bishop Especially in Relationship with Pastors: a Canonical Analysis of Liturgical Developments with Special Reference to the Eucharist, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 812-813.

 

Eduard Giurgi, The Impact of Dolus on the Legal Acts in the 1983 Code, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 813-814.

 

Grazyna Kolondra (Polish laywoman, =), Right to Fair Proceedings in the Judicial Penal Process in Light of the Norms on the Ordinary Contentious Trial, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 814-815.

 

Cyprian Rosen, Fostering the Patrimony of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin: a Study in the Joint Responsibility of the Capuchins and the Apostolic See, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) 331 pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 815-816.

 

Sheridan

Sean Sheridan (American Franciscan, =), Ex Corde Ecclesiae: a Canonical Commentary on Catholic Universities 'From the Heart to the Church' to Catholic Universities, Canon Law Studies No. = (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2009) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 69 (2009) 817-818.

 

 

 

McLaughlin

Anthony McLaughlin (Irish/American priest, =) The Obligation of Perfect and Perpetual Continence and Married Deacons in the Latin Church, Canon Law Studies No. 573 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2010) 350 pp. Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 522-523, on-line here; Dissertation on-line here.

 

Christopher Beaudet (American priest, =), The Promotion of Doctrine by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in Light of Pastor bonus and Canon 754, Canon Law Studies No. 574 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2010) 425 pp. Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 520-521, on-line here; Dissertation on-line here.

 

Jaclyn O’Brien McEachern, Diplomatic Activity in Service of Papal Teaching: the Promotion of Religious Freedom in Relations with Islamic States during the Pontifical of John Paul II, Canon Law Studies No. 575 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2010) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 523-524 and Jurist 71 (2011) 478-479; Dissertation on-line here.

 

Benon Farcas, The Canonical Form of Marriage in Latin Law and in Oriental Law: a Comparative Study with References to the Application of Catholic-Byzantine Law to Selected Pastoral Concerns in Eastern Europe, Canon Law Studies No. 576 (Catholic University of America: Washington, DC, 2010) = pp. Abstract at Jurist 70 (2010) 521-522 and Jurist 71 (2011) 477-478.


 

 

University of Ottawa → St. Paul University / Université Saint-Paul (Canada) 1931-2008

 

Sources: M. Thériault, "Doctoral Dissertations and Master of Arts Theses in Canon Law Presented to the University of Ottawa (1931-1964) and the Saint Paul University (1966-1987)" Studia Canonica 22 (1988) 431-451 (Eng/Fr intro), and M. Thériault, "Doctoral Dissertations in Canon Law Presented to Saint Paul University (1987-1990)" Studia Canonica 25 (1991) 477-484 (Eng/Fr intro). Listings for 1991-2008 kindly provided by Beverly Kavanaugh of the canon law faculty offices. The "D" designations are Thériault's and are not part of the original numbering system; the year indicates year of formal deposit only. Many Canadian dissertations, especially older ones, were published in a variety of formats. Consult Thériault's articles for more information.

 

Michel Thériault

 

Michel Thériault

 

 

 

Arthur Caron, Le droit canonique comparé au droit civil en matière matrimoniale (SPU/USP Diss., D-001, 1931).

 

Gustave Suavé, La loi ecclésiastique (SPU/USP Diss., D-002, 1931).

 

Louis de la Broquerie Taché, Disquisitio historico-canonica de ordinatione religiosorum: seu, circa eamdem materiam dissertatio de evolutione legum ecclesiasticarum nec non [sic] et commentarium canonum Codicis juris canonici ad eam pertinentium (SPU/USP Diss., D-003, 1931).

 

André Guay (1905-), Législation ecclésiastique en matière scolaire (SPU/USP Diss., D-004, 1936).

 

René Latrémouille, L’Église et l’exemption des religieux (SPU/USP Diss., D-005, 1936).

 

Ovila-A. Meunier, L’Église et la politique (SPU/USP Diss., D-006, 1936).

 

René Bélanger, La dîme ecclésiastique: dissertation historico-juridique sur la dîme ecclésiastique, particulièrement au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-007, 1939).

 

Désiré Bergeron, La personnalité internationale du Saint-Siège (SPU/USP Diss., D-008, 1939).

 

Paul-Émile Doyon, La personne du ministre ordinaire de la communion (SPU/USP Diss., D-009, 1940).

 

Elliott McGuigan, Meaning and consequences of canon 974 § 1, 2° (SPU/USP Diss., D-010, 1941).

 

Léo de Guise, Le promoteur de la justice: son intervention dans les causes matrimoniales (SPU/USP Diss., D011, 1943). Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 4 (1948) 599-600.

 

Rogers Pelow, The vicar delegate of mission ordinaries: an historical introduction and canonical commentary (SPU/USP Diss., D-012, 1943).

 

Paul Marc-Aurèle, Le propre évêque pour l’ordination des séculiers (SPU/USP Diss., D-013, 1944).

 

Frederick Sackett, The spiritual director in an ecclesiastical seminary (SPU/USP Diss., D-014, 1945).

 

J.-Lucien Beaudouin, La dissolution du lien matrimonial en droit canonique et en droit civil canadien (SPU/USP Diss., D-015, 1947).

 

Eugene Forbes, The canonical separation of consorts: an historical synopsis and commentary on canons 1128-1132 (SPU/USP Diss., D-016, 1947) 286 pp. Review: J. Schmidt, The Jurist 9 (1949) 451-454.

 

Bernard Guindon, Le serment: son histoire, son caractère sacré (SPU/USP Diss., D-017, 1947).

 

Thomas Horton, The time and place of baptism: an historical synopsis and commentary (SPU/USP Diss., D-018, 1947).

 

Roger Larivière, Catholiques et écoles publiques: essai d’interprétation sur el canon 1374 (SPU/USP Diss., D-019, 1947).

 

Joseph Campbell, The ordinary power of prelates inferior to the pope to grant indulgences (SPU/USP Diss., D-020, 1948).

 

Felipe Cejudo Vega, El primer Concilio plenario de la América latina (SPU/USP Diss., D-021, 1948).

 

Paul-Henri Lafontaine, L’évêque d’ordination des religieux des débuts du monachisme à la mort de Louise le Pieux (840): étude historico-juridique, (SPU/USP Diss., D-022, 1948) 263 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 12 (1952) 385.

 

Germaine Lesage, L’accession des congrégations à l’état religieux juridique (SPU/USP Diss., D-023, 1948) 240 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 13 (1953) 344-345.

 

Alexander McDonald, The rights and obligations of the metropolitan as such according to the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-024, 1948).

 

J.-M.-Alexis Monnet, Administration des biens en pays de mission (SPU/USP Diss., D-025, 1948).

 

Raymond Chaput (1915-), Le vicaire coopératur: ses pouvoirs dans le droit commun et le droit particulier canadien: sommaire historique et commentaire juridique (SPU/USP Diss., D-026, 1949).

 

Doyle

Emmett Doyle (Canadian prelate, 1913-2003), The consultation of experts: an historical outline of the legislation and practice (SPU/USP Diss., D-027, 1949).

 

Peter Kinlin, Canonical and civil status of parishes in Canada (outside of the civil province of Quebec) (SPU/USP Diss., D-028, 1949) 302 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 15 (1959) 110-111.

 

Basil Malone, The function and limited extension of ecclesiastical laws (SPU/USP Diss., D-029, 1949).

 

Colin Picket, The insane and the laws of the Church: an historical synopsis or roman and ecclesiastical law and a canonical commentary (SPU/USP Diss., D-030, 1949).

 

Edmund Way, Educating to Catholic marriage: an historical development and canonical commentary, with particular reference to Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-031, 1949).

 

William Carew (1922-), The apostolic delegate, (SPU/USP Diss., D-032, 1950).

 

Arman Ferland, Notion de la peine ecclésiastique (SPU/USP Diss., D-033, 1950).

 

Paul-Émile Giroux, La forme du mariage dans le province de Québec: étude de droit comparé (SPU/USP Diss., D-034, 1950).

 

Pierre Ménard, L’exemption des séminaires de la jurisdiction paroissiale: étude juridico-historique (SPU/USP Diss., D-035, 1950) 192 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 11 (1951) 566-567.

 

Santès-Marie Déry, La norme relative du jeûne dans le droit commun et au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-036, 1952).

 

Anselm Regan, The law requiring a server at mass: a study of its origin and the development of its interpretation (SPU/USP Diss., D-037, 1952).

 

Leo Hinz, The celebration of marriage in Canada: a comparative study of civil and canon law outside of the province of Québec, (SPU/USP Diss., D-038, 1953) 190 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 17 (1957) 213-214.

 

John Kelly, The legal status of mission stations: an historical synopsis and canonical commentary (SPU/USP Diss., D-039, 1953).

 

Guy Arbour, Le droit canonique particulier au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-040, 1954) 167 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 17 (1957) 472-473.

 

Robert Ogle, The faculties of Canadian military chaplains: a commentary on the faculty sheet of December 1955 and the directives for Holy Week promulgated March 14, 1956 (SPU/USP Diss., D-041, 1956) 267 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 16 (1956) 462-464.

 

Lucien Foucreault, Oeuvres des religieux et autorité diocésaine (SPU/USP Diss., D-042, 1957).

 

Denis Robitaille, L’erection canonique des paroisses dans la province de Québec (SPU/USP Diss., D-043, 1957).

 

Roland Leclaire, La forme canonique ordinare des mariages interrituels au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-044, 1960).

 

Francisco Atienza Martínez, El De personis en la Dionisiana (excepto el papa y los obispos) (SPU/USP Diss., D-045, 1963).

 

Henry Lacerte, The nature of canon law according to Suárez (SPU/USP Diss., D-046, 1963).

 

Gerald Doyle, The Catholic hospitals of Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-047, 1964).

 

Joseph Saski, Juridical relationship between the lay apostolate and the hierarchy (SPU/USP Diss., D-048, 1966).

 

André Boucher (1937-), La loi des fabriques du Québec (SPU/USP Diss., D-049, 1968).

 

Bernard Martin (1925-), Les structures sociales de l’Église au premier siècle (SPU/USP Diss., D-050, 1968).

 

Roch Pagé (1939-), Le conseil diocésain de pastorale (SPU/USP Diss., D-051, 1968). Review: P.R., Studia Canonica 2 (1968) 344-345. See also Roch Pagé, The Diocesan Pastoral Council, trans., B. Prince (Newman 1970) 170 pp. Review: J. Hayden, The Jurist 32 (1972) 148-150. Pagé's curriculum vitae is at Studia Canonica 4 (2007) 10-15.

 

Jean-Roch Gaudin (1942-), Les rapport entre l’Église et l’État d’après le cardinal Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau (SPU/USP Diss., D-052, 1972).

 

Morrisey

Francis Morrisey (Canadian Oblate of Mary Immaculate, 1936-), The juridical status of the Catholic Church in Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-053, 1972). See also, Francis Morrisey, "The juridical situation of the Catholic Church in lower and upper Canada from 1791-1840", Studia Canonica 5 (1971) 279-321.

 

Simon Héroux (1944-), Les relations entre l’Église et l’État d’après le cardinal Louis-Nazaire Bégin (SPU/USP Diss., D-054, 1973).

 

 

Marguerite Jean, Évolution des communautés religieuses de femmes au Canada, 1639-1973, (SPU/USP Diss., D-055, 1974). Review of monograph version, Marguerite Jean, Évolution des communautés religieuses de femmes au Canada, 1639 au nos jours (1977) at: F. Morrisey, Studia Canonica 14 (1980) 219-220.

 

Katherine Meagher (1914-), The status of women in the post-conciliar Church (SPU/USP Diss., D-056, 1976).

 

Robert Sanson (1941-), A preliminary investigation in marriage nullity trials (SPU/USP Diss., D-057, 1976). See also Robert Sanson, "A preliminary investigation for annulments", Studia Canonica 11 (1977) 37-66.=

 

Marie-Alice Boucher (1922-), Rénovation conciliaire du droit des religieux (SPU/USP Diss., D-058, 1977).

 

Edward Hudson (1939-), Marital consummation according to ecclesiastical legislation (SPU/USP Diss., D-059, 1977).

 

Fellhauer, 1990

David Fellhauer (American prelate, 1939-=), The consortium omnis vitae as a juridical element of marriage (SPU/USP Diss., D-060, 1978). Appeared in Studia Canonica 13 (1979) 7-171.

 

John Makothakat (1937-), The sincerity of mixed-marriage promises according to recent legislation (SPU/USP Diss., D-061, 1978).

 

Jean Moncion (1921-), L’incorporation civile des instituts religieux au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-062, 1978).

 

James Zusy (1932-), Psychic immaturity and marriage nullity (SPU/USP Diss., D-063, 1980).

 

Roger Kenyon (= layman, =), A concept of ecclesial law (SPU/USP Diss., D-064, 1981).

 

John Barry (1948-), Ecclesial norms for priestly formation (SPU/USP Diss., D-065, 1982).

 

Denise Doyle, Religious freedom in Canada (SPU/USP Diss., D-066, 1982).

 

Augustine Mendonça (1941-), Antisocial personality and nullity of marriage (SPU/USP Diss., D-067, 1982). Appeared in Studia Canonica 16 (1982) 3-214.

 

Marie-Paul Dion, Le consécration des vierges: implication juridiques (SPU/USP Diss., D-068, 1983).

 

John Maliekal (1947-), Celebration of Catholic marriages in India (SPU/USP Diss., D-069, 1983). See also John Maliekal, "Celebration of Catholic marriages in India", Studia Canonica 17 (1983) 387-415.

 

Joseph Tobin, The teaching office of the diocesan bishop (SPU/USP Diss., D-070, 1983).

 

Flavio-Hugo Bedoya, Preparation for marriage as a communion of life and love (SPU/USP Diss., D-071, 1984).

 

Ishbel MacPherson, The exercise of authority in apostolic religious institutes of women according to the 1983 revised Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-072, 1984).

 

John Martin, The religious state according to Suárez, (SPU/USP Diss., D-073, 1984).

 

Kevin Matthews (1940-), The development and future of the administrative tribunal, (SPU/USP Diss., D-074, 1984). Appeared in Studia Canonica 18 (1984) 8-233.

 

Clifford Stokes, Interdiocesan tribunals in southern Africa (SPU/USP Diss., D-075, 1984).

 

Marc De Mûelenaere, The canonical significance of marital fidelity among the Bantu of South Africa (SPU/USP Diss., D-076, 1985).

 

James D’Mello, The double religious marriage celebration in India (SPU/USP Diss., D-077, 1985).

 

Brian O’Loughlin, Marriage covenant and consortium totius vitae: Scriptural basis, conciliar teaching, and the revised Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-078, 1985).

 

Paul Baillargeon, The canonical rights and duties of parents in the education of their children (SPU/USP Diss., D-079, 1986).

 

Gandayi Busugutsala (1948-), L’Église et l’État face à la question scolaire au Zaïre de Léopold II à Mobutu Sese Seko, 1885-1985: doctrines sous-jecentes, fondements juridiques et praxis (SPU/USP Diss., D-080, 1986).

 

Conlon, 2002

Daniel Conlon (American prelate, 1948-), The moderator of the Curia as manager of diocesan pastoral action (SPU/USP Diss., D-081, 1986).

 

Brendan Daly (1952-), Canonical requirements on the part of parents in cases of infant baptism (SPU/USP Diss., D-082, 1986). See also Brendan Daly, "Canonical requirements of parents in cases of infant baptism according to the 1983 Code", Studia Canonica 20 (1986) 409-438.

 

John Hannon, The college of consultors and the exercise of ecclesial authority (SPU/USP Diss., D-083, 1986).

 

John Pearson, The reservation and veneration of the Blessed Eucharist (SPU/USP Diss., D-084, 1986).

 

Adrian Farrelly, The diocesan finance council: a historical and canonical study (SPU/USP Diss., D-085, 1987).

 

Michael Hack, Stability of the office of parish priest in the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-086, 1987).

 

Patrick Lagges (1952-), The legislative authority of the conference of bishops: its nature and scope in the 1983 Code of Canon Law (SPU/USP Diss., D-087, 1987).

 

Richard Bauhoff, Canon 1084 and psychic impotence, (SPU/USP Diss., D-088, 1988).

 

Antoine Finfini, Le statut juridique du catéchiste en territoires de mission: structure et signification du canon 785 du Code de droit canoniqiue de 1983 (SPU/USP Diss., D-089, 1988).

 

Gary Neville, The religious superior’s council in the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-090, 1988).

 

Marilyn Phillips, The Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart: their patrimony and historico-canonical status (SPU/USP Diss., D-091, 1988).

 

Pierre Allard, Le canon 578 et son application à la Société de Marie: le patrimonie de l’institut (SPU/USP Diss., D-092, 1989).

 

John Carr, The suspension of a cleric by the administrative procedure according to the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-093, 1989).

 

Jerald Doyle, Civil incorporation of ecclesiastical institutions: a canonical perspective (SPU/USP Diss., D-094, 1989).

 

Patricia Hannan, The apostolate of women religious in the particular church since the Second Vatican Council: juridical relationships with bishops according to the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-095, 1989).

 

Laval Lavoie, L’erection canonique du diocèse de Gaspé et l’oeuvre de Monseigneur François-Xavier Ross (SPU/USP Diss., D-096, 1989).

 

Ronald Licari, The diocese as a particular church according to the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-097, 1989).

 

Mark Mealey, The parish pastoral council in the United States of America: applications of canon 536 (SPU/USP Diss., D-098, 1989).

 

Louis-Gabriel Blot, L’Église et le systèm concordataire en Haïti : étude du Concordat de 1860 signé entre le Saint-Siège et la République d’Haïti (SPU/USP Diss., D-099, 1990).

 

Patrick Cogan, The understanding of defection in the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-100, 1990).

 

Christopher Gaffney, Priests, religious, and public office in the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., D-101, 1990).

 

Helen MacDonald, Hermits: the juridical implications of canon 603 (SPU/USP Diss., D-102, 1990).

 

Kevin McKenna, The right of confidentiality and diocesan clergy personnel records (SPU/USP Diss., D-103, 1990).

 

Ian Waters, Australian conciliar legislation prior to the 1917 Code of canon law: a comparative study with similar legislation in Great Britain, Ireland, and North America (SPU/USP Diss., D-104, 1990).

 

Wijlens

Myriam Wijlens, (Dutch laywoman, 1962-) Theology and canon law: the theories of Klaus Mőrsdorf and Eugenio Corecco (SPU/USP Diss., D-105, 1990). See also Myriam Wijlens, Theology and canon law (University Press of America, 1992). Review: =.

 

Mary Wright, The canonical development of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

 

Catherine Darcy, The Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas: the canonical development of the proposed governance model (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

Dunn

Brian Dunn (Canadian prelate, 1955-), The Catholic schools in Newfoundland: an investigation into their nature according to the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

Jean Faraj, La situation juridique de l'Église grecque melkite catholique au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

Robert Mwaugulu, The particular legislation of the Catholic Church in Malawi (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

Michael Saunders, The application of Canon 11 of the Code of canon law to members of the Church of England in regard to nullity of marriage (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

Thomas Vowell, The acts of financial administration by diocesan bishops according to the norms of Canon 1277 (SPU/USP Diss., 1991).

 

 

Kaslyn

Robert Kaslyn (American Jesuit, =(, Canonical communion: A reading of Canon 209, § 1 (SPU/USP Diss., 1992). Monograph version, Communion with the Church (1994) Review: J. Coriden, Studia Canonica 31 (1997) 248-250.

 

Anthony Malone, The canonical and pastoral implications of Canon 1148 (SPU/USP Diss., 1992).

 

David Ross, Diocesan synods: the application of the law in three dioceses in the United States of America (SPU/USP Diss., 1992).

 

Jean-René Aubain, La rémunération des prêtres diocésains avec application en Haïti (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Barr

Diane Barr (American laywoman, =) The right to one's reputation: applicable legislation in the United States of America (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Melanie Bair, Fusion and union of institutes of consecrated life in light of the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

 Bria, 2000

Benyamin Bria (Indonesian prelate, 1956-2007), The development of mixed marriage legislation through missionary law (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Jacob Dogra, The lay faithful within the juridical structures of the Catholic Church in Pakistan (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Michael O'Dea, The effects of histrionic personality disorder on marriage consent (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

 

Nira Sangal, The canonical effects of incest on matrimonial consent (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Kenneth Schmidt, Educatio prolis as an essential element of marriage (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Douglas Stamp, The alienation of temporal goods in clerical religious institutes (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

Paul Thomas, Exclaustration in the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1993).

 

James Connell, Invalidation and incapacitating laws in the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1994).

 

Victor D'Souza, The juridic condition and status of minors according to the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1994).

 

Rafael Macaranas, Active lay participation in the life and mission of the church according to the Second Plenary Council of the Philippines (SPU/USP Diss., 1994).

 

Paul Michalak, Le secrétaire général dans les instituts religieux: sa mission - son institution - son statut juridique (SPU/USP Diss., 1994).

 

Mich Ngundu, Les implications de la pauvreté religieuse et de la saine administration des biens temporels chez les missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée avec application à la province du Zaïre (SPU/USP Diss., 1994).

 

Patrick Connolly, The nature of marriage as proposed in the Codex iuris canonici and in the Codex canonum Ecclesiarum orientalum (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Michael Doiron, An historico-juridical consideration of the Jesuit fourth vow: special obedience to the pope with regard to missions (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Beverly Dunn, Sponsorship of Catholic institutions, particularly healthcare institutions, by the Sisters of Providence in the Western United States (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Marjory Gallagher, The common life: an element of apostolic religious institutes of women

 (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Susan Wikeem, Contemporary lay associate program in Canada: origins, canonical considerations and practical aspects (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Daniel Zorzi, Towards altering canonical status: a case for Catholic universities and colleges in Canada (SPU/USP Diss., 1995).

 

Yohannes Lon, The right of association and its application to secular priests (SPU/USP Diss., 1996).

 

Benoît Malvaux, Les relations entre évêques diocésains et instituts religieux cléricaux du droit pontifical: réflexions à la lumière du Synode sur la vie consacrée (SPU/USP Diss., 1996).

 

Mario Medina Balam, The obligation to observe the constitutions and decrees of church authorities: an analysis of Canon 754 (SPU/USP Diss., 1996).

 

Robert Bourgon, The presiding judge: present legislation and future possibilities for marriage nullity cases (SPU/USP Diss., 1997).

 

Jeffrey Blangiardi, The general congregation as an instrument of governance in the Society of Jesus (SPU/USP Diss., 1997).

 

Thomas Cassidy, Districts and district superiors within the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (SPU/USP Diss., 1997).

 

Rachel Harrington, The applicability of the principle of subsidiarity according to the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1997).

 

John Doran, Just autonomy and episcopal authority from the Second Vatican Council to the Ninth Ordinary Synod of Bishops (SPU/USP Diss., 1998).

 

John Kuziona, The nature and application of juridical acts according to Canon 124 of the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1998).

 

Michael McGowan, The canonical status of Catholic health care facilities in the Province of New Brunswick in the light of recent provincial government legislation (SPU/USP Diss., 1998).

 

Kowal

Wojciech Kowal (Polish priest, 1960-), Understanding ecclesiastical laws: Canon 17 in the light of contemporary hermeneutics (SPU/USP Diss., 1997).

 

Anne-Marie Ezenwa, Ecclesial and Nigerian legal perspectives on employment of workers: application of Canon 1286, 1o (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

 

Jacques Kabasu Bamba, Diacres permanents ou catéchistes au Congo-Kinshasa? (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Luis Luna Barrera, Los consejos evangélicos en las sociedades de vida apostólica (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Patrick Morris, Alcoholism and marital consent (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Anthony O'Sullivan, The pastoral care of immigrants applied to the Archdiocese of Wellington with particular reference to the Samoan and Maori Communities (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Edward Sweeny, The obligations and rights of the pastor of a parish according to the Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Utembi Tapa, 2002

Marcel Utembi Tapa (Congolese prelate, 1959-), Baptême des enfants et responsabilité de la communauté paroissiale (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Joseph Wamala, The assessment and perspectives of the Special Assembly for Africa of the Synod of Bishops (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Bernard Waters, The canonical status of diocesan and parish schools in New Zealand, with particular reference to the Diocese of Auckland, in the light of the Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975 (SPU/USP Diss., 1999).

 

Lambert Bainomugisha, The role of the lay Christian faithful in the mission of the Church in Mbarara Archdiocese (Uganda) in light of its first synod (SPU/USP Diss., 2000).

 

Maria Casey, The approval of new forms of consecrated life in the light of Canon 605 (SPU/USP Diss., 2000).

 

Berchmans Kodackal, The validity of inter-Church marriages in India - a comparative study of the Latin and the Oriental legislation (SPU/USP Diss., 2000).

 

Helen Maminimini, Maturity and its assessment for admission of candidates to religious life with particular reference to institutes in Zimbabwe (SPU/USP Diss., 2000).

 

Girard Sherba, Canon 1096 on ignorance: application to tribunal and pastoral practice (SPU/USP Diss., 2000).

 

Patricia Smith, The integral reordering of law with application to religious law (SPU/USP Diss., 2000). Monograph version, Theoretical and practical understanding of the integral reordering of canon law (2002). Review: E. Rinere, Studia Canonica 36 (2002) 564-566.

 

Warren Brown, The unification of provinces in a religious institute with particular reference to the situation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in the United States (SPU/USP Diss., 2001).

 

Patsy Gonsorcik, The canonical status of separately incorporated healthcare apostolates in the United States: current status and future possibilities for the public and private juridic person (SPU/USP Diss., 2001).

 

László Nagy, Transfer of ascription in a church Sui Iuris with particular application to the Archdiocese of Alba-Julia, Romania (SPU/USP Diss., 2001).

 

John Doherty, The withdrawal of assisted nutrition and hydration and the canonical offence of homicide (SPU/USP Diss., 2002) 322 pp.

 

Brian Limbourn, The sacrament of reconciliation and general absolution (SPU/USP Diss., 2002).

 

Mary Lyons, Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy (Ireland): analysis of the governance structures (SPU/USP Diss., 2002).

 

Margaret Sharbel Poll, The reparation of harm: a canonical analysis of Canon 128 with reference to its common law parallels (SPU/USP Diss., 2002).

 

Thomas Adoppillil, The rights and obligations of the pastor of a parish according to the Code of canons of the Eastern Churches and the particular law of the Syro-Malabar Church (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

Galles

Duane Galles (American layman, =), Res pretiosa as the Church’s cultural property: the origin and development of ecclesiastical legislation (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

Bertrand Kabongo Lukunda, Statut canonique de l’école catholique au Congo-Zaïre à la lumière du canon 803 (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

László Kerekes, Ecclesiastical law and ethnic minorities with particular reference to Hungarian minorities in East-Central Europe (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

Valerian Menezes, The executive power of the diocesan bishop according to the 1983 Code of canon law (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

Anne Perkins-Asselin, L’Articulation des ministères ordonnés et des ministères non ordonnés dans le gouvernement du diocèse (SPU/USP Diss., 2003).

 

Joy Kallillattukudy, Fraud and nullity of marriage in Canon Law and Indian Civil Law: a comparative analysis (SPU/USP Diss., 2004).

 

Jean-Robert Kikbanda Mavita, La prise de possession canonique et l’exercice de l’office de l’évêque diocésain. Étude du canon 382 § 1 et de ses incidences juridiques (SPU/USP Diss., 2004).

 

Robert Kiffman, The implementation of canon law in Ontario regarding decent support for retired diocesan clergy (SPU/USP Diss., 2004).

 

George Oonnoonny, Pastoral care of Eastern Catholic faithful residing outside their historical territory with particular reference to the United States and Canada (SPU/USP Diss., 2004).

 

Elizabeth Delaney, Canonical implications of the response of the Catholic Church in Australia to child sexual abuse (SPU/USP Diss., 2004).

 

Peter Dikoš, The status of the canonical form of marriage in Papua New Guinea: A comparative study of the customary, statutory and canonical celebration of marriage (SPU/USP Diss., 2005).

 

Youhanna Salamah, Séparation et divorce selon l’enseignement de Bar Hebraeus et l’implication œcuménique (SPU/USP Diss., 2005).

 

Jean-Marie Sign, L’administration des biens temporels de la paroisse d’après le code de droit canonique de 1983: application à l’Église du Cameroun (SPU/USP Diss., 2005). Review of monograph version (2007), J. Renken, Studia Canonica 41 (2007) 577-578.

 

Père Youhanna Salamah, Séparation et divorce selon l’enseignement de Bar Hebraeus et l’implication œcuménique (SPU/USP Diss., 2005).

 

Peter Dikoš, The Status of the Canonical Form of Marriage in Papua New Guinea: A Comparative Study of the Customary, Statutory and Canonical Celebration of Marriage (SPU/USP Diss., 2005).

 

Christopher P. Vasko, Premarital Cohabitation and its Effects on Marital Consent: Canonical Considerations and Pastoral Preparation for Marriage (SPU/USP Diss., 2006).

 

Jude Chukwudi Ogbenna, The Application of Canon 702, §2 on Equity and Evangelical Charity Towards a Member Separated from a Religious Institute with Particular Reference to the Nigerian Context (SPU/USP Diss., 2006).

 

Elizabeth Cotter, The General Chapter in a Religious Institute with Particular Reference to IBVM, Loreto Branch (SPU/USP Diss., 2006).

 

Chinenye Anyanwu, The Relationship Between Universal Law and Particular Law: An Analysis of the Particular Complementary Norms of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (SPU/USP Diss., 2007).

 

Gregory Zubacz, The Sacramental Seal of Confession from the Canadian Civil Law Perspective (SPU/USP Diss., 2007).

 

Andrew Kingham, The Norms for Judging Alleged Apparitions and Private Revelations (SPU/USP Diss., 2007).

 

Roger Keeler, The Pastoral Office of Priests and its Relationship to the Canonical Institute of Incardination (SPU/USP Diss., 2007).

 

Jeffrey Grob, A Major Revision of the Discipline on Exorcism: A Comparative Study of the Liturgical Laws in the 1614 and 1998 Rites of Exorcism (SPU/USP Diss., 2007).

 

Guy Boulanger, La paroisse communauté eucharistique et les réaménagements paroissiaux (SPU/USP Diss., 2007). Recension du livre (2008): M. Nobel, Studia Canonica 42 (2008) 547-549.

 

Douglas Leclair, The Deacon’s Participation in the tria munera in the Latin and Ukranian Catholic Churches: A Historical-Canonical Analysis (SPU/USP Diss., 2008).

 

John Diraviam, The Judicial Penal Procedure for the Dismissal of a Diocesan Priest from the Clerical State According to the 1983 Code of Canon Law (SPU/USP Diss., 2008).

 

Lourdy Dorismond, Le directoire pour la gestion des biens temporels dans les instituts religieux (c. 635 § 2) avec application particulière aux Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée (SPU/USP Diss., 2009).

 

Talal Hacem, La situation juridique de l’Église maronite au Canada (SPU/USP Diss., 2009).

 

Jose Marattil, Reverential Fear as a Ground of Marriage Nullity with Particular Reference to the Indian Culture (SPU/USP Diss., 2009).

 

Serge Tidjani, La formation des prêtres au Bénin à la lumière du code de droit canonique 1983 (SPU/USP Diss., 2009).

 

James Herring, The Application of the Requirement for the Mandatum of Ex corde Ecclesiae to American Universities Sponsored by Religious Institutes: A Case Study of St. Norbert College (SPU/USP Diss., 2009).

 

Kelly Connors, The Role of the Major Superior with Particular Reference to Apostolic Women's Religious Institutes in the United States (SPU/USP Diss., 2011). Dissertation on-line here.

 

 

 

Université Laval (Quebec, Canada) 1935-1960

 

Source: Armand Gagné, Répertoire des Thèses des Facultés Ecclésiastiques de L'Université Laval 1935-1960, (Québec, Canada: 1960) pp. 3-6, 14. The Faculty of Canon Law was reorganized in 1935 and stopped offering courses in 1948.

 

Raynaldus Comtois, De executione sentenitae, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1941).

 

Georges Van Belleghem, L’usage illicite des connaissances acquises en confession, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1942).

 

 

M. l'Abbé Gagné

Archiviste

 

 

Vivalde Masse, Les paroisses religieuses, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1943)

 

Jean Rondeau, Les pouvoirs de l’Eglise, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1943).

 

Roland Tremblay, Pouvoirs de dispenser des empêchements matrimoniaux en pays de mission, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1943).

 

Gagnon

Edoard Gagnon (Canadian prelate,1918-2007), La censure des livres, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1944). Review: F. Della Rocca, Ephemerides Iuris Canonici 4 (1948) 600. Cdl. Gagnon.

 

Macel Gerin, Le gouvernement des missions, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1944).

 

 

Roméo Lemelin, Le droit qui regit l’état des personnes dans la province civil de Québec, Imprimerie Franciscaine Missionaire (Quebec, Canada, 1944).

 

Gédéon Petit, La part paroissiale ou quarte funéraire, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1944).

 

René Adam, Le pouvoir coercitif de l’évêque, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1945).

 

Louis-Eugène Belanger, Le status canonique des ukrainiens catholiques du rit grec-ruthène au Canada, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1945).

 

René Bounadere, Aperçu historique des petits séminaires de la province de Québec, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1945).

 

Bertrand Peletier, La dispense des interpellations en pays de mission, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1945).

 

Lucien Sylvestre, Le cathédratique: histoire, commentaire canonique et législation canadienne, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1946).

 

Gérard Coutre, Les conditions juridiques des prêtres ordonnés au titre de service du diocèse, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada).

 

Jacques Desparts, Le supérieur ecclésiastique et le supérieur religeux en territoire de mission, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1947).

 

Ramon Ortiz, A açao catholica no direito eclesiastico, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1947).

 

Harry Trower, The actuary in ecclesiastical judicial procedure, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1947).

 

Georges Auger, Le bénéfice curial ou la formule canonique du droit des clercs de “vivre à l’autel”, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948).

 

Jean-Marie Connolly, L’intention requise chez les adultes pour la réception du baptême, (Tremblay et Dion, Quebec, 1946).

 

Charles Desorcy, L’Eglise et les non-catholiques: notions, fonctions juridiques, histoire et commentaire canonique, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948).

 

Donald Duffie, Comparative marriage law in the Catholic Church and the Provinces of Canada (Quebec excepted), Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948).

 

Joseph Gallagher, The celebration of Mass outside of churches and oratories, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada), 1948).

 

Jean-Baptiste Georges, La vocation sacerdotale en droit ecclésiastique, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948).

 

James Granville, Moral personality in canon law and in the law of Canada, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948).

 

Alphonsus Thomas, The juridic effect of doubtful cessation of law according to the Code of Canon Law, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1948) 110 pp. Review: E. Roelker, The Jurist 11 (1951) 163-164.

 

Roland Potvin, L’action catholique, son organisation dans l’Eglise, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1949).

 

Arthur McClory, The notion of impotence in canon law, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1951).

 

Vincent Foy, The right of the consorts to attack the marriage bond, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada, 1954).

 

 

Universidad Pontificia de México (Mexico City)

 

This school started its program in canon law only with the 2005-2006 school year. It will be some time before any doctoral dissertations are written, defended, and published.