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Title: Review for Religious
Authors: St. Mary’s College
Keywords: Roman Congregations by Joseph Creusen
How Often Must We Pray? By Gerald Kelly
Ages of the Interior Life by G. Augustine Ellard
"We Are His Members!" by M. Raymond
Issue Date: 15-Nov-1949
Publisher: Kansas: The College Press, 1949.
Citation: Edited by The Jesuit Fathers Saint Mary’s College St. Marys, Kansas
Series/Report no.: Review for Religious;Volume 8. Number 6
Abstract: For religious who, have not made a study of canon law the terms Roman Curia’ and "Sacred Congregation" will not suggest a clear picture or idea. Superiors, of course, know that recourse "to Rome" is necessary in order to obtain certain permissions or dispensations and that their petition will be forwarded to the Sacred Congregation of Religious by their local ordinary or by the Apostolic Delegate. Eventually an answer will arrive from the Sacred Congregation through the same channel, signed by a cardinal prefect or by the secretary, and there will be a fee to pay. And that is about the extent of their knowledge. Hence the purpose of the following pages is to introduce our readers to this ancient and important.....
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