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Sanctions in the Church » Delicts and Penalties in General » The Punishment of Delicts in General
Canon 1311. The Church has the innate and proper right to coerce offending members of the Christian faithful with penal sanctions.
Canon 1312. §1. The following are penal sanctions in the Church:

1. medicinal penalties, or censures, which are listed in can. 1331-1333;

2. expiatory penalties mentioned in can. 1336.

§2. The law can establish other expiatory penalties which deprive a member of the Christian faithful of some spiritual or temporal good and which are consistent with the supernatural purpose of the Church.

§3. Penal remedies and penances are also used; the former especially to prevent delicts, the latter to substitute for or to increase a penalty.

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