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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1407

1. If, in the judgment of the hierarch who can inflict a penalty, the nature of the offense permits it, the penalty cannot be

imposed unless the offender has been warned at least once in advance to desist from the offense, with adequate time given for

reconsideration. 2. One is to be said to have desisted from

the offense who has sincerely repented the misdeed, and has in

addition given adequate reparation of the scandal and of the

harm, or has at least seriously promised to do it. 3. The

penal warning mentioned in can. 1406, 2 suffices for the imposition of the penalty.




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