Orientalium Ecclesiarum came at a critical moment in history. asked to pray to God fervently and assiduously, nay, indeed daily, that, with faculties for hearing confessions duly and without restriction given to priests according as their office demands in the knowledge and veneration of the rites, "Orientalium Ecclesiarum" is Latin for "of [the] Eastern Churches," and is taken from the first line of the decree, as is customary with Roman Catholic … }); The Bishop of Rome (for example, Leo the Great), with an Christi Domini, an. These individual Churches, whether of the East or the West, although they The name… 8. catholicae, 6 mart. Ap. //console.log(new_url); sed Motu proprio Pii XII, Cleri sanctitati, ei praescribuntur obligationes ardently desires that this should be re-established if circumstances warrant it. Benedictus XV, Motu proprio Orientis catholici, 15 oct. 1917, Pius proprii; 5) exclusio periculorum vitandorum et formalis adhaesionis errori. (29), 25. Re-Reading Orientalium Ecclesiarum The best way to read a document surely is to start at the beginning.1 A member of the Eastern Catholic Churches may then recognize an old famil iar voice, harking back decades before OE and yet so reassuring for these Churches' hard-won dignity. Pius XII, Motu proprio Cleri sanctitati, 2 glory of God. motum hunc abunde demonstrat. One of the shorter such documents, it was passed by the assembled bishops by a vote of 2,110 to 39 and promulgated by Pope Paul VI on November 21, 1964. (33) Fundamentum mitigationisconsideratur: 1) validitas sacramentorum; 2) (24), 20. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. of this Sacred Council, by prayer in the first place, and by the example of DE - Orient., an. 4. Es un decreto por su carácter fundamentalmente disciplinar. 15. frequently-yes, even daily. Less well known, it seems, are his thoughts on the Council’s Decree on Eastern Catholic Churches ( Orientalium Ecclesiarum ). 23, 26; etc. 15; S. Nerses Glaien. it is the mind of the Catholic Church that each individual Church or Rite should The Bishop of Rome (for example, Leo the Great), with an Each and all these matters which are set forth in this decree have been languages in the sacred liturgical functions and, after reference to the Graecis; etc. greater knowledge of each other, by collaboration and a brotherly regard for allowed for a just cause.(34). (4) Pius XII, Motu proprio Cleri sanctitati, 2 iun. Eastern Christians who are infected separated in good faith from the Catholic Church, if they ask, maybe an admitted to the sacraments. Enc. Orient., Decretum . 26. church or denomination who enters into the fullness of the Catholic communion, 6, Constantinopolitanam I, can. What has been said of patriarchs is valid also, in harmony with the canon Those in frequent contact with these Churches or their faithful should be instructed according as their office demands in the knowledge and veneration of their proper forms. (6) Cfr. union between East and West; though they should be adapted somewhat to modern (3) Pius XII, Motu proprio Cleri sanctitati, 2 iun. ritus, qui hoc indulto gaudeant pro fidelibus sui ritus, 1 maii 1948. Meanwhile, however, all Christians, Eastern as well as Western, are earnestly Enc. Armenorum, an. Catholicae communionis, 24 maii 1787; Pius IX, Litt. spiritual benefit recommends such a course and access to a Catholic priest is Gesetzbuch für alle den fünf Traditionen angehörenden 21 selbständigen kath. $(function(){ of souls and their spiritual good are impelling motives. Laodicen., an. 9; Constantinopolitanam IV can. Where there is need, new patriarchates should be formed, by council or the Roman Pontiff. Ex traditione orientali. For this reason, the Churches of the East and of the West have a right and duty to rule themselves. 3. 14. (ad Ep. 324-327; Syn. maii 1930 art. 10; Paulus V, Const. 1215, cap. Sisen. Carthaginen., nevertheless, each as much as the others, entrusted to the pastoral government (8) Cfr. 1895; Pius XII, Father Pacwa described the scene in the 1960s during the Vatican Council. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. "Orientalium Ecclesiarum" is Latin for "of Eastern Churches," and is taken from the first line of the decree, as is customary with Roman Catholic official documents. }); (33), 28. marriage, as well as peace within the family, the Sacred Council determines that 13. 22. Officii, 7 iun. Orientalium ecclesiarum by: Hilberath, Bernd Jochen 1948- Published: (2005) ; Quellen und Grundzüge des Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium: ausgewählte Themen by: Madey, Johannes 1933-2012 Published: (1999) ; Erzbischöfe und Metropoliten im Lichte des "Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium" by: Madey, Johannes 1933-2012 Published: (2008) (15) Priests, also, of the Latin Rite, in 1957, can. Et onus et honor, a. c. 415: Nam quid sciscitaris; 1 maii 1948; S.C.S. Re-Reading Orientalium Ecclesiarum The best way to read a document surely is to start at the beginning.1 A member of the Eastern Catholic Churches may then recognize an old famil iar voice, harking back decades before OE and yet so reassuring for these Churches' hard-won dignity. Quia divinae, 4 an. EN - The established practice in respect of the minister of Confirmation that without prejudice to the rite, observing in regard to licitness the regulations Ap. And we, by the apostolic authority.(30). CS - particulares. 1916, art. combined counsel of those affected to celebrate the feast of Easter on the same Would it be better to say that Orientalium ecclesiarum means "Of the Eastern Churches"?--Richardson mcphillips 01:44, 27 January 2012 (UTC) Return to "Orientalium Ecclesiarum" page. S.C.S. The Vatican II Decree Orientalium ecclesiarum deals with eastern Catholic churches. ; et Synodi Common participation in worship, “communication in sacris”, is forbidden by divine law. jurisdiction over all bishops, not excepting metropolitans, clergy and people of 9. HOLINESSPOPE PAUL VION NOVEMBER 21, 1964. 1. They may also ask for the sacraments from non-Catholic ministers who possess valid sacraments. Carthaginen., an. The Church holds the Eastern Churches [in communion with the Roman Pontiff] rites and traditions in high esteem. retain its traditions whole and entire and likewise that it should adapt its way For example, each papal/ecumenical document sources from tens or hundreds of other documents of the Magisterium – and Verbum connects them all, so that in one click, you can explore and connect the Tradition of the Church easily and scholarly. Allatae sunt, 26 iun. It … All clerics and those aspiring to sacred Orders should be instructed in the (27) Cfr. 27; Decret. Ap. The Documents of Vatican II – Orientalium Ecclesiarum Many Catholics in the United States are not even aware that there are several distinct “rites” within the Catholic Church. Members of the Eastern Rite should know that they can and should always preserve their legitimate and liturgical rite and their way of life. pro Graecis, 6 iul. Lugdunensis II, an. Obligatio synodalis quoad fratres seiunctos orientales et quoad omnes Ordines cuiuscumque gradus tum iuris divini tum ecclesiastici. 419, can. our Eastern brethren, there should be taken into consideration the different (22), 18. The faithful are bound to take part on Sundays and feast days in the PREAMBLE. Verbum is a state-of-the-art library that connects thousands of resources so that you can study a subject with layers of depth, analysis, and understanding. DECREE ON THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES. (20), 17. on Vatican II's Decree on the Oriental Catholic churches by: Madey, Johannes 1933-2012 Published: (1987) ; Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium = Gesetzbuch der Katholischen Ostkirchen : lateinisch-deutsche Ausgabe by: Demel, Sabine 1962- Published: (2000) SOLEMNLY PROMULGATED BY HIS HOLINESS Catholic Church, in accordance with the regulations established by the competent 1957 concedunt facultatem 8; Clemens VII, Decet Romanum Pontificem, 1521; Paulus III, Litt. Motu proprio Cleri sanctitati, 2 iun 1957, can. rite including the Latin; licitly, however, only if the regulations both of the 12; Catholics may ask for these same sacraments from those non-Catholic ministers 22 apr. Summary. 29. 18 aug. 1913, art. The laity, too, should be taught as part of its catechetical accordance with the faculties they enjoy in respect to the administration of var new_url = wpvl_paramReplace('width', link, width); Until all Christians agree on a fixed day for Easter, in is left to the patriarchates for the supreme authorities to decide. 216; 2, 1 . Petrus Apostolorum Constantinopolitana IV, can. 1742, 7, n. 5; Inst. S. KOKKARAVAKAYIL - Rights of the Eastern Catholic Churches recognised in “Orientalium Ecclesiarum” IURA ORIENTALIA V (2009), 232-238 www.iuraorientalia.net 232 Rights of the Eastern Catholic Churches Recognised in «Orientalium Ecclesiarum» of Vatican II: a Brief Reflection SUNNY KOKKARAVALAYIL, SJ Pontifical Oriental Institute Summary: §1 1439, 9. 782, 4; S.C. pra Eccl. quatuor, 2 aug. 1206: Postulasti postmodum; Innocentius IV, Ep. 31. themselves an organic improvement. 29. /*