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  • TITLE 27 Penal Sanctions in the Church
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Canon 1453

1. A cleric who lives in concubinage or gives permanent scandal

by publicly sinning against chastity is to be punished with a

suspension, to which, other penalties can be gradually added up

to deposition, if he persists in the offense. 2. A cleric who

attempts a forbidden marriage is to be deposed. 3. A religious

who has taken a public and perpetual vow of chastity and is not

in holy orders, is to be punished with an appropriate penalty if

he or she committed these offenses.




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