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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1427

1. Without prejudice to particular law, a public reprimand is

to be administered either before a notary or two witnesses or by

letter, but in such a way that the reception and the contents of

the letter are provable through some document. 2. Care shall

be taken that the public reprimand does not result in a greater

than appropriate disgrace of the guilty party.




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