Introduction to Canon Law (THEO 630)
This course will be taught in person on Wednesday mornings in Malta Hall - Holy Spirit College
June 8 - July 27, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. EST.
IThis course will provide a basic understanding of the legal system of the Catholic Church (i.e. canon law), its origins, and its contemporary importance. It will familiarize students with the rules for applying canon law and the sources where such laws may be found. There will be opportunities to relate universal and particular laws to concrete situations and to explain how the law is being applied
This course can be taken for credit or may be audited for a reduced fee of $150. If interested in auditing, please contact Kim Schulman
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