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Canon 350

1. Theological disciplines are to be so taught in the light of

faith in such a way that students deeply penetrate Catholic doctrine drawn from divine revelation and express it in their own

culture so that it may be nourishment for their own spiritual

life and an instrument for usefully carrying out effective ministry. 2. It is necessary that Sacred Scripture be as the soul

of all of theology, and must influence all sacred disciplines;

therefore in addition to exegesis, an accurate methodology, the

principal sources of the economy of salvation as well as the

greater themes of biblical theology are to be taught. 3. Liturgy is to be taught in virtue of its special importance as a

necessary source of doctrine and of a truly Christian spirit.

4. As long as the unity which Christ wished for His Church has

not been fully brought into reality, ecumenism is to be one of

the necessary considerations of each and every theological discipline.




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