Barta Cristian

Significati ecclesiologici del martirio nella Chiesa Romena Unita con Roma, Greco-Cattolica, ai tempi del comunismo

Pitreţi Fabian

La nozione di identità narrativa in Paul Ricoeur. Una possibile soluzione al dramma della ricerca del sé

Păulet Lucian

  • Tradition and traditions: From a Model of the Church to a Model of Society – A Response to Challenges in the Black Sea Region
  • The Holy Spirit Makes the Church One by Making her Catholic, Apostolic, and Holy According to Yves Congar’s Latest Vision

Ursa Florin, Dîncă Lucian

  • Conduct lacking ethical integrity. Discrimination and harassment of teachers by students in universities. Bullying and cyberbullying
  • Evangelization through the media. The Holy Trinity in the Shack 2017

Giurgi Eduard

The Importance of the Teaching of Gaudium et spes for the Introduction of Dolus as a Ground for Marriage Nullity in the 1983 Code of Canon Law

Ciucheş Teofil

Sapienza e potenza di Dio in Gregorio di Nissa. Prospettive teologiche e implicazioni spirituali per la vita cristiana

Iosif Iacob: The meaning of the canonical form of the celebration of marriage since the Second Vatican Council and CIC 1983

The matrimonial agreement is the form through which the institution of marriage and family is born. Both, the Church and the state are called to contribute to the elaboration of those specific conditions by which the notion of the marriage covenant is consolidated and clarified. The form of the marriage celebration is one of the aspects that generated and generates deep analyses and positions in front of what is and represents the way of manifesting the agreement, as well as its role. The crisis of the institution of marriage, the diversity of forms of conjugal union as well as the effects that derive from them, create the specific environment for an analysis and debate that questions the role and function of the canonical form in achieving that conjugal union that is based on the free act, the consent of the bride and groom as the will of the spouses to live together with the requirement to be transformed into a formal act, a legal expression by which the accord of the spouses fulfils all the normative aspects with a view to legal validity and implicitly with a view to the birth of the marriage. In this sense, the pre-conciliar, conciliar and post-conciliar debates reach a unitary expression in the vision of the 1983 Code of Canon Law.

Dialog 50-10 Iacob