By James A. Coriden
A wonderful instructing and studying instrument, it presents outlines and overviews of fairly advanced components of canon legislations, sketches the fundamental constitution and layout of many of the places of work and capabilities in the church and the way they relate to one another, and provides an orientation to the extra very important components of canon legislation, in addition to a history and context during which extra special principles will be understood. appendices provide tips for doing canonical study and case reviews for extra discussion.
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An Introduction to Canon Law by James A. Coriden