This book is an extremely valuable introduction and accompaniment to the study of Latin/Roman Catholic Canon Law. The author possesses a remarkable ability to extract the essential meaning from the canons and to explain it in a language which is clear and engaging. This book is a very good resource for seminary and permanent deacon classes. This book is a new copy of the latest edition of the book. About the Author: Joseph T. Martin De Agar is a Professor at the Faculty of Canon Law of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, where he teaches Comparative State Law in Ecclesiastical Matters. Msgr. Martin de Agar is also an ecclesiastical judge in the Appellate Court of the Vicariate of Rome. He holds a doctorate in Civil Law and another in Canon Law from the University of Navarra in Spain, where he began his teaching career in 1975. He is the author of several other books and many articles in law and canon law publications. From Rev. Warren A. Brown, O.M.I.: "This book serves as an excellent companion to the study of the Code of Canon Law, for both the new and not-so-new canon law student. I recommend it highly to all students of canon law."
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