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KANONIKA 26. Covenant life, law and ministry according to Aphrahat.
Nedungatt S.J. George
Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano

ISBN 978-88-97789-30-7

In the present work the author explores the theology of Aphrahat, the first Father of the Syriac Church, on the covenant as basic to a proper understanding of the Church but in particular of the Covenanters, a community of celibate ascetics, of which Aphrahat was a bishop member. His understanding of pastoral ministry is studied, especially the role of Peter from the standpoint of typology, which can advance the ecumenical understanding of primacy in the Church.

The author is emeritus professor of the Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome, where he has taught canon law, theology of law and philosophy of law. He has published several works in the series Kanonika, of which he was editor from the beginning till 2012. His recent publications include: Quest for the Historical Thomas Apostle of India: A Re-reading of the Evidence, Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 2008; “The Council in Trullo Revisited: Ecumenism and the Canon of the Councils,” Theological Studies 71 (2010) 651-676; “Christian Origins in India According to the Alexandrian Tradition,” OCP 77 (2011) 399-422; “Typology of Peter in the Symbolic Theology of Aphrahat,” OCP 80 (2014) 291-328. His latest book is Renewal of Life and Law: An Indian Contribution (Dharmaram Canonical Studies, 10), Dharmaram Publications, Bangalore, 2015.
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KANONIKA 25. Il CCEO – Strumento per il futuro delle Chiese orientali cattoliche: Atti del Simposio di Roma, 22-24 febbraio 2017 Centenario del Pontificio Istituto Orientale (1917-2017)
Georges Ruyssen S.J. - Sunny Kokkaravalayil S.J. (ed.)
Coedizione Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano, 2017
Language: italian - english
ISBN 978-88-97789-44-4

From the 22nd to the 24th of February 2017, the Pontifical Oriental Institute held a Symposium with the title Il CCEO – Strumento per il futuro delle Chiese orientali cattoliche. The aim of this important gathering was to record not only the centenary of the foundation of the Pontifical Oriental Institute, created by Pope Benedict XV with the M.P. Orientis Catholici of 15 October 1917, but also to commemorate that 54 years ago an autonomous canonical Section was set up in the Institute on the 2nd of July 1963. Eight years later, in 1971, Pope Paul VI raised this Section to the rank of Canon Law Faculty. It is until now the only oriental canon law faculty in the world. The fact that not a small number of its professors contributed to this Symposium, testifies to the fidelity of the Oriental Canon Law Faculty to its mission statement given by Pope Paul VI, “so that the array of canonists destined to study, interpret and establish the customs and the laws of the Churches of the Christian East, might grow and flourish always more fully, in order that all might finally be ever more ready to search to preserve the unity of spirit by means of the bond of peace…: one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all, acts by means of all and is present in all”. On its 25th anniversary (1992-2017) the series Kanonika is honored to publish the current volume which presents, along with the introductory and concluding speeches, 17 conferences dedicated to one of the major titles of the CCEO, and 20 papers touching on topics related to the Oriental Code.
Price:75,00
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KANONIKA 24. CANONES PŒNITENTIALES
Ioannes Andrea Di Donna
Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano, 2017
ISBN 978-88-97789-38-3

- VOLUMEN PRIMUM (p. 96)
- VOLUMEN SECUNDUM T. 1 (p. 912)
- VOLUMEN SECUNDUM T. 2 (p. 336)
- VOLUMEN TERTIUM (p. 864)

I quattro corposi volumi CANONES PŒNITENTIALES nascono dallo studio dell’eclettica tradizione liturgico-canonica della penitenza tariffata, sviluppatasi nell’Europa insulare – come anche nei territori occidentali e orientali della stessa Europa – a partire dalla metà del secolo V. Questa sorta di Lexikon della penitenza tariffata è il risultato ottenuto dalla comparazione strettamente testuale dei Libri pœnitentiales (detti in Oriente Kanonaria) latini, greci e slavi, con la quale l’Autore ha creato degli Indices (in lingua latina) che, come strumenti di consultazione, consentono di entrare in modo diretto nel mondo di questa prassi penitenziale medioevale. Il progetto degli Indices, scopo precipuo dell’Opera, si propone di far “toccare con mano” le differenze e le analogie, le soluzioni pastorali totalmente contrastanti o pressoché simili, le coerenze o le contraddizioni di cui questi canones penitenziali sono testimoni. L’Opera fornisce pertanto le basi necessarie per l’elaborazione di una teologia liturgico-canonica comparata della penitenza tariffata, senza per questo pretendere di sciogliere i nodi della complessità che emerge dallo studio di queste fonti. Offre invece una conoscenza articolata dei testi (l’obiectum primario della scientia liturgica) di questa prassi pastorale della Chiesa del primo medioevo, protrattasi – nella sua forma più pura – fino a tutto il XII secolo, punto d’arrivo dell’epoca d’oro dei Penitenziali.
Il secondo volume (primo tomo) raccoglie gli Indices basilari: l’Index Structuralis (che funge da identikit per ogni tariffario penitenziale) e l’Index Peccatorum (che è l’Index più eminente di tutto lo studio) con la descrizione di ogni peccato – declinato secondo le circostanze – e della sua relativa penitenza.

GIANANDREA DI DONNA, nato a Padova il 24 settembre 1965, presbitero della Diocesi di Padova, dopo la Licenza in Teologia Dogmatica presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana, consegue la Licenza e il Dottorato in Scienze Ecclesiastiche Orientali (sezione liturgica) presso il Pontificio Istituto Orientale in Urbe. Attualmente è Professore di Liturgia presso la Facoltà Teologica del Triveneto nella Sede di Padova e presso l’Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose di Padova; Docente invitato di Liturgia bizantina presso il Pontificio Istituto Orientale in Roma. Ha tenuto corsi presso lo Studio teologico Laurentianum di Venezia. È stato anche Docente invitato di Liturgia e di Mariologia orientale presso l’Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose di Monte Berico (Vicenza). È membro della Consulta dell’Ufficio Liturgico Nazionale della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana; Responsabile della Commissione per la Liturgia della Conferenza Episcopale Triveneto; Segretario dell’Ufficio per la Liturgia e Direttore del Servizio Diocesano per il Catecumenato della Diocesi di Padova.

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KANONIKA 23. Oikonomia, Divorce and Remarriage in the Eastern Orthodox Tradition
Kevin Schembri
Publisher: Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano, 2017
ISBN 978-88-97789-39-0

About the book:
How do the Eastern Orthodox Churches understand the mystery of marriage? On what grounds do these Churches concede ecclesiastical divorce? What is oikonomia and how is it invoked? What is the nature of successive marriages in the Orthodox East? Over the last decades, these questions were the subject of numerous studies. This volume builds on this research and attempts to offer a comprehensive systematic presentation of these topics. By doing so, it adds to the already rich tradition of the Eastern Orthodox Churches and presents the Western Churches with a valuable resource in their pursuit of ecumenical dialogue, in their dealing with the ever-growing reality of mixed marriages, and in their ministry to the divorced and remarried members of their faithful.

About the author:
Kevin Schembri is a lecturer in canon law at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Malta. He holds a licentiate in sacred theology from the same university and a doctorate in canon law from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He is a Catholic priest and serves as promoter of justice and defender of the bond for the Archdiocese of Malta.
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KANONIKA 22
"IL DIRITTO CANONICO ORIENTALE A CINQUANT'ANNI DAL CONCILIO VATICANO II".
Atti del Simposio di Roma, 23-25 Aprile 2014.
Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Pontificia Università San Tommaso d'Aquino "Angelicum".
Edizioni Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano™, 2016.

Georges Ruyssen SJ (ed.)

ISBN 978-88-97789-42-0 > pag. 464 | ITA
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KANONIKA 21
Il DIRITTO dell'IMPERO ROMANO d'ORIENTE

Edited by: Danilo Ceccarelli Morolli

- ISBN 978-88-97789-48-2 > pag. 240 | ITA

Coedizione Ediz. Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano | Lilamé, Roma, 2016
Price:29,00
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KANONIKA 20
Sacred ordination in the canonical tradition of the Eastern Churches. Acts of the Cluj, Romania Symposium, 11-13 april 2012
- Edited by: Georges Ruyssen SJ
- ISBN 978-88-97789-22-2 > pag. 256 - | ITA - ENG
- Ediz. Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano | Lilamé, 2014


After dedicating two volumes of the Kanonika series to a study of the sacraments in the Eastern canonical tradition: Kanonika 16 on the Holy Eucharist and Kanonika 19 on Penance, the present volume examines the topic of Sacred Ordination in the Eastern Churches. As with the previous volumes, the purpose is to help the Eastern Churches to obtain a deeper knowledge, a better appreciation and a closer observance of their own liturgical heritage, according to the spirit of the Instruction for the Application of the Liturgical Prescriptions of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches, “The Father Incomprehensible and Unchangeable”, issued by the Congregation for the Eastern Churches on January 6, 1996. This volume contains the interventions at the symposium “Sacred Ordination in the canonical tradition of the Eastern Churches”, held in Cluj (Romania) April 11-13, 2012, which focused on the study of historical sources, on the present law and on various interchurch disciplinary theme
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KANONIKA 1
Joseph Prader "Il matrimonio in oriente e occidente"
- Orientalia Christiana, 2003
- Page 299.

- ISBN 88-7210-340-1
Price:22,00
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KANONIKA 2
Ivan Zuzek, Index Analyticus Codicis Canonum Eccle­siarum Orientalium.
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 1992.
- p. x + 375

- ISBN 88-7210-288-X
Price:21,00
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KANONIKA 3
Miguel Arranz S.I., I Penitenziali Bizantini. Il Proto­kano­na­rion o Kanonarion Primitivo di Giovanni Monaco e Diacono e il Deuterokanonarion o “Secondo Kanonarion” di Basilio Mo­naco.
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 1993.
- P. 207

- ISBN 88-7210-297-9 €18,00
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KANONIKA 4
Vittorio Peri, Orientalis Varietas, Roma e le Chiese d’Oriente - Storia e Diritto canonico.
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 1994.
- P. 500

- ISBN 88-7210-300-2 €28,00
Price:28,00
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KANONIKA 5
George Nedungatt, S.J., A Companion to the Eastern Code. For A New Translation of Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orien­talium
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 1994.
- P. 368

- ISBN 88-7210-301-0
Price:26,00
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KANONIKA 6
George Nedungatt, Michael Featherstone (eds.), The Council in Trullo Revisited
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 1995.
- P. 446

- ISBN 88-7210-308-8
Price:43,00
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KANONIKA 7. Two Codes in Comparison, 3rd Edition, 2018.
Jobe Abbass, O.F.M., Two Codes in Comparison
- Orientalia Christiana & Valore Italiano, 2018. 3rd Edition.

- ISBN 978-88-97789-28-4

Two Codes in Comparison represents a response to the repeated call of Pope John Paul II for comparative studies of the Eastern and Latin Codes. His Holiness urged such studies in order to promote a knowledge of the “one Corpus Juris Canonici” of the universal Church. This work contains nine such studies regarding the corresponding Eastern and Latin norms that govern the consecrated life, marriage, general norms, temporal goods, and procedure. In the light of the Holy See’s Explanatory Note regarding CCEO canon 1 (December 8, 2011) and Pope Francis’ motu proprio De Concordia inter Codices (September 15, 2016), comparative studies of the codes have assumed even greater importance. For this reason, three pertinent articles (chapter 10-12) have been added to the third edition of this book.
The comparative studies’ findings clearly indicate that, while parallel Eastern and Latin canons are sometimes similar, the two Codes are simply not the same. A knowledge of the Codes as different, however, is not the only reason why comparative studies are useful. The autbor shows that knowing these differences is often necessary and a matter of practical importance. This will be true, for example, in cases of interritual marriage, in providing for the pastoral care of Eastern Catholics entrusted to the care of a Latin bishop, or even in applying different procedural rules when Latin canonists serve on an Eastern tribunal.
It is also evident from the studies’ findings that the Eastern and Latin Codes are not so distinctly separate as to be unrelated. The author explains that there are Eastern canons which expressly (explicitly/ implicitly) also affect the Latin Church. Comparative studies, then, serve to define more clearly the interrelation between the two Codes.
On the basis of his comparative studies, the author is convinced that canonists are only beginning to reap the benefits that were evidently intended by the pope’s call for such studies of the Eastern and Latin Codes. Just as the East and West breathe life into the one Church, it will be important for future comparative studies to determine the extent to which the Eastern and Latin Codes are similarly interrelated in the Church’s one body of canon law.


JOBE ABBASS, O.F.M. Conv., born in 1952 in Sydney, Nova Scotia, received his B.A. from Carleton University, Ottawa, Ont., in 1972 and his LL.B. from Dalbousie University, Halifax, N.S., in 1975. He was admitted to the Bar of Nova Scotia in 1975 and practised law until 1979. A member of the Conventual Franciscans’ Our Lady of the Angels Province (U.S.A), Fr. Abbass received his M.Div. from St. Anthony-on­Hudson, Rensselaer, N.Y., and was ordanied to the priestbood in 1985. He is an Attorney in the State of New York, having been admitted to the New York Bar in 1984. After two years in pastoral ministry, Fr. Abbass studied at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome where be received a Licentiate in Canon Law in 1989 and his Doctorate in Canon Law in 1992. Fr. Abbass assumed a full-time teaching position on the Faculty of Canon Law of the Pontifical Oriental Institute in February 1992 and taught there until 2004. From 2004 until the present, Fr. Abbass has been a tenured, full-time professor on the Faculty of Canon Law of Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada.
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KANONIKA 8
Ivan Zuzek, Understanding the Eastern Code
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana
- P. 480

- ISBN 88-7210-318-5
Price:31,00
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KANONIKA 9
George Nedungatt, S.J. (ed.), The Synod of Diamper Revisited
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2001
- P. 384

- ISBN 7210-331-2
Price:26,00
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KANONIKA 10
George Nedungatt, S.J. (ed.), A Guide to the Eastern Code
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana
- P. 976

- ISBN 88-7210-212-X
Price:58,00
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KANONIKA 11
Lorenzo Lorusso, O.P., Gli orientali cattolici e i Pastori latini. Problematiche e norme canoniche
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2003
- P.329

- ISBN 88-7210-339-8
Price:24,00
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KANONIKA 12
Frans van de Paverd, The Kanonarion by John, Monk and Deacon and Didascalia Patrum
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2006.
- P. 317

- ISBN 88-7210-353-3
Price:23,00
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KANONIKA 13
Yoannis Lahzi Gaid (ed.), The Eastern Code. Text and Resources
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2007
- P. 194 + CDROM

- ISBN 978-88-7210-354-1
Price:21,00
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KANONIKA 14
Krikor Chahinian, L’istituzione catholicosale nella Chiesa armena dalle origini fino al 1441.
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2009.
- P. 262

- ISBN 978-88-7210-362-2
Price:24,00
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KANONIKA 15
Sunny Kokkaravalayil, S.J. The Guidelines for the Revision of the Eastern Code: their Impact on CCEO
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2009
- P. 506

- ISBN 978-88-7210-363-0
Price:36,00
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KANONIKA 16
Georges Ruyssen, S.J. (ed.), The Holy Eucharist in Eastern Canon Law / La Divina Eucaristia nel diritto canonico orientale. Acts of the Bratislava Symposium, 14-17 April 2009 / Atti del simposio di Bratislava, 14-17 aprile 2009 [= From the Wellsprings of the Canons / Dalle fonti dei canoni. Festschrift Ivan Zuzek, S.J.],
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2010
- P.263

- ISBN 978-88-7210-368-5
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KANONIKA 17
Yoannis Lahzi Gaid (ed.), Sources of CCEO and CIC 83
-Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2012
- P. 40 + USB (key)

- ISBN 978-88-7210-379-1
Price:16,00
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KANONIKA 18
Ioan Cozma, I beni temporali nei rapporti tra ortodossi e greco-cattolici in Romania
- Edizioni Orientalia Christiana, 2012
- P. 464

- ISBN 978-88-7210-384-5
Price:36,00
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