Heresy in Canon Law?
Does anyone else find this new wording more than troubling:

Old Canon:
Canon  1676 Before accepting a case and whenever there is hope of a favorable outcome, a judge is to use pastoral means to induce the spouses if possible to convalidate the marriage and restore conjugal living.

New Canon:

Canon 1675. Iudex, antequam causam acceptet, certior fieri debet matrimonium irreparabiliter pessum ivisse, ita ut coniugalis convictus restitui nequeat.

Canon 1675. The judge, before he accepts a case, needs to be sure that the marriage is irretrievably failed, so that it is impossible to restore conjugal living.

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Heresy in Canon Law? - by CounterRevolutionary - 09-11-2015, 12:26 AM
Re: Heresy in Canon Law? - by charlesh - 09-11-2015, 12:39 AM
Re: Heresy in Canon Law? - by Poche - 09-11-2015, 01:38 AM

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