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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1415

If in accordance with common practice and canonical doctrine

there is present an extenuating circumstance, the judge must

mitigate the penalty established in law or precept, as long as

there is still an offense. Guided by his prudence, he can also

abstain from imposing a penalty if he judges that one can better

achieve by other means the reformation of the offender and the

reparation of the harm and scandal.




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