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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1445

1. One who has used bodily force against a bishop or has caused

him some other grave injury, is to be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding deposition, if he is a cleric. If,however, the same offense was committed against a metropolitan,

patriarch, or even the Roman Pontiff, the guilty party is to be

punished with a major excommunication, which in the last instance

is reserved to the Roman Pontiff himself. 2. One who did the

same to another cleric, religious, member of a society of common

life in the manner of religious or to a lay person who is actually exercising an ecclesiastical function, is to be punished with

an appropriate penalty.




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