Hardly seven months after I had installed a Maxtor Diamond Max Plus 120G hard-drive in my home computer, it totally crashed. Sparing readers the depressing details, I post only to say that among the data that was lost was my "Canon Law Blog Update" emailing list. As a result, anyone wishing to receive personal email notice of Canon Law Blog updates will need to send a request to "Receive email notice of blog updates" even if you had done so before.
This hardware failure did not affect the RSS syndicated feed, nor the "Uberblogger Update List" because it was backed-up elsewhere.
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"c." stands for "canon" of the Code of Canon Law (CIC).
All translations of the 1983 Code are from the 1999 CLSA revision.
and civil lawyer Edward N. Peters offers a compelling
presentation of ex-communication based on the current Code of
Canon Law, answering some of the most commonly-asked questions
about this most serious canonical penalty.
Thanks to Canada's gift of the
revised edition of Code Annotated, English-speaking
clergy and faithful can experience a valuable share of
continental Europe's approach to the many canonical issues that
the Catholic Church faces.
"... a most helpful tool both
for those who are beginning their study of the church's
lingua materna, as well as for those who are working to
renew and improve their knowledge of church Latin."
Monsignor Raymond Burke