Advanced Canon Law 2
This course complements THEO6037, Canon Law 1. Using the principles and concepts outlined in THEO6037 this course applies those principles and concepts to the area of sacraments as studied in Systematic Theology, Liturgy and Pastoral Studies.
|Faculty||Faculty of Education and Arts|
|School||School of Humanities and Social Science|
Not currently offered
Upon completion of this course students will be expected to:
This course covers the fundamental teachings of Canon Law in and their implication for canonical requirements for validity in celebration of Sacraments. A variety of written material, with specific focus on Australian publications, is used to examine in a critical and reflective manner the theological nature of the sacraments; the canonical aspects of each sacrament; who may be admitted to sacraments; who may be the minister; church and civil understanding of marriage; challenges faced in the celebration of sacraments; planning of Catholic funeral services; change to the matter and form of the sacrament of confirmation; the difference between a sacrament and a sacramental; Reconciliation and the internal and external forum; thematic link between sacraments; and pastoral dilemmas.
|Transition||Students who have previously completed THEO6038 will not be permitted to enrol in RELT6038.|
|Timetable||2015 Course Timetables for RELT60381|