A COMPARISON
of some
KEY CANONS
CONCERNING  M
ARRIAGE
 

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1917 CODE of CANON LAW

1983 CODE of CANON LAW

  

 

Canon 1013 - 1.
[
1] The primary end of marriage is the procreation and education of children;

[2] its secondary end is mutual help and the allaying of concupiscence.

Canon 1055 - 1.
The matrimonial
COVENANT, by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward
 [1] the good of the spouses
 [2] and the procreation and education of offspring;

Canon 1012. 1. Christ our Lord elevated the very contract of marriage between baptized persons to the dignity of a sacrament. this [cOVENANT] between baptized persons has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament.

Can. 1013. 1. Matrimonii finis primarius est procreatio atque educatio prolis;
secundarius mutuum; adiutorium et remedium concupiscentiae.

Can. 1012. l. Christus Dominus ad sacramenti dignitatem evexit ipsum contractum matrimonialem inter baptizatos.

Can. 1055 - 1.  Matrimoniale foedus, quo vir et mulier inter se totius vitae consortium  constituunt, indole sua naturali ad bonum coniugum atque ad prolis generationem et  educationem ordinatum, a Christo Domino ad sacramenti dignitatem inter baptizatos evectum est. 

  

 

Canon 1012 - 2.
Therefore it is impossible for a valid contract of marriage between baptized persons to exist without being by that fact a sacrament.

Canon 1055 - 2.
For this reason a matrimonial contract cannot validly exist between baptized persons unless it is also a sacrament by that fact.

2. Quare inter baptizatos nequit matrimonialis contractus validus consistere, quin sit eo ipso sacramentum.

2.  Quare inter baptizatos nequit matrimonialis contractus validus consistere, quin sit eo ipso sacramentum.

  

 

Canon 1013 - 2.
The essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility, which acquire a special firmness in Christian marriage by reason of its sacramental character.

Canon 1056.
The essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility, which in Christian marriage obtain a special firmness in virtue of the sacrament.

2. Essentiales matrimonii proprietates sunt unitas ac indissolubilitas, quae in matrimonio christiano peculiarem obtinent firmitatem ratione sacramenti.

Can. 1056 - Essentiales matrimonii proprietates sunt unitas et indissolubilitas, quae in  matrimonio christiano ratione sacramenti peculiarem obtinent firmitatem.

  

 

Canon 1081 - 1.
Marriage is effected by the consent of the parties lawfully expressed between persons who are capable according to law; and this consent no human power can supply.

[=] Canon 1057 - 1. Marriage is brought about through the consent of the parties, legitimately manifested between persons who are capable according to the law of giving consent; no human power can replace this consent.

Can. 1081. 1. Matrimonium facit partium consensus inter personas iure habiles legitime manifestatus; qui nulla humana potestate suppleri valet.

Can. 1057 - 1.  Matrimonium facit partium consensus inter personas iure habiles legitime  manifestatus, qui nulla humana potestate suppleri valet. 

  

 

Canon 1081 - 2.
Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by which each party gives and accepts a perpetual and exclusive right over the body, for acts which are of themselves suitable for the generation of children.

Canon 1057 - 2.
Matrimonial consent is an act of the will by which a man and a woman, through an irrevocable
covenant, mutually give and accept each other in order to establish marriage.

2. Consensus matrimonialis est actus voluntatis quo utraque pars tradit et acceptat ius in corpus, perpetuum et exclusivum, in ordine ad actus per se aptos ad prolis generationem.

2.  Consensus matrimonialis est actus voluntatis, quo vir et mulier foedere irrevocabili sese  mutuo tradunt et accipiunt ad constituendum matrimonium.

 


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