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Canon 627

1. The responsibility for the education of children belongs

primarily to their parents or to those who take their place.

Therefore it is for them to educate their children, especially in

piety toward God and love of neighbor, in the context of a Christian family that is illumined by faith and animated by mutual

love. 2. Insofar as it is beyond their own resources to provide for the overall education of their children, it is also up

to them to entrust others with a share of their educational task

and to choose those means of education that are necessary or

useful. 3. Parents are to enjoy true freedom in the choice of

the means of education, without prejudice to can. 633; therefore

the Christian faithful are to see that this right is recognized

by the civil society and even fostered by suitable assistance in

accordance with the requirements of justice.




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