A resource for both professional and armchair canonists.
Also including the GIRM, GILH, CCC, CCEO, DC, SST, ESI, USCCB Norms, and Vos estis.
"What he was, he remained and what he was not, he assumed," sings the Roman Liturgy. And the liturgy of St. John Chrysostom proclaims and sings: "O only-begotten Son and Word of God, immortal being, you who deigned for our salvation to become incarnate of the holy Mother of God and ever-virgin Mary, you who without change became man and were crucified, O Christ our God, you who by your death have crushed death, you who are one of the Holy Trinity, glorified with the Father and the Holy Spirit, save us!"
CanonLaw.Ninja is a website that allows you to search canon law and other various church documents. It's developed by Fr. Paul Hedman, a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis.
To the best of my knowledge, as of March 15, 2022, all of the documents on CanonLaw.Ninja are up to date. CanonLaw.Ninja includes the changes promulgated in Ad tuendam fidem, Omnium in Mentem, Mitis Iudex Dominus Iesus, De Concordia inter Codices, Magnum principium, Communis vita, Pascite gregem Dei, Competentias quasdam decernere, and Pope Francis' update to the Catechism.
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The Code of Canon Law is provided courtertesy of, and with permission from, the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Catechism paragraphs were scraped from vatican.va. Other documents were scraped from various sources.
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