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Code of Canon Law
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CHAPTER III. Penal Remedies and Penances
Can.1339 §1. An ordinary, personally or through another, can warn a person who is in the proximate occasion of
committing a delict or upon whom, after investigation, grave suspicion of having committed a delict has fallen.
§2. He can also rebuke a person whose behavior causes scandal or a grave disturbance of order, in a
manner accommodated to the special conditions of the person and the deed.
§3. The warning or rebuke must always be established at least by some document which is to be kept in
the secret archive of the curia.
Can.1340 §1. A penance, which can be imposed in the external forum, is the performance of some work of
religion, piety, or charity.
§2. A public penance is never to be imposed for an occult transgression.
§3. According to his own prudent judgment, an ordinary can add penances to the penal remedy of
warning or rebuke.