The Full Wiki

More info on Dispensation (Catholic Church)

Dispensation (Catholic Church): Quiz

Advertisements
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on Dispensation (Catholic Church)

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: But in the west, with the gradual centralisation of authority in the Roman curia, it became ultimately vested in the pope as the supreme lawgiver of the ________.
Pope Gregory IPope Paul VICatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 2: By this power of dispensation, the pope could release ________ and laity from the obligations of the canon law in all cases that were not contrary to ius divinum and even in a few cases that were.
JesusClergyChristianityOrdination

Question 3: Those dispensations relating to academic degrees were mostly issued under the sanction of the canon law, as stated in the constitution of ________ beginning “Cum ex eo.”
Pope Boniface VIIIPope Alexander VIPope Julius IIPope Clement V

Question 4: In the early thirteenth century, Pope ________ (1198-1216) fostered the extension of papal political power.
Catholic ChurchPope Benedict XVIPope Alexander VIPope Innocent III

Question 5: This host of dispensations, faculties and indults included permission to eat flesh during ________, the celebration of offices in chapels of ease and private oratories, and the granting of degrees.
JesusGreat LentLentEaster

Question 6: The dispensing power, like the legislative, was formerly invested in general councils and even in provincial ________.
BishopSynodAnglicanismChristianity

Question 7: Sir ________, 4th Institutes of the Laws of England 337 (Garland Publg.
Edward CokeThomas MoreJames Lowther, 1st Viscount UllswaterCharles Shaw-Lefevre, 1st Viscount Eversley

Question 8: In the Canon Law of the ________, a dispensation is the suspension by competent authority of general rules of law in particular cases.
Pope Gregory IPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPope

Question 9: The first two categories, rules concerning the procedure of taking ________, and dispensations concerning tenure of Benefices, applied only to clergy.
Bishop (Catholic Church)Catholic Church hierarchyHoly OrdersCatholic Church

Question 10: regarding ________, concerned only the laity since the clergy is celibate.
Romance (love)MarriagePolyamoryFamily







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message