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FOrasmuch as the ancient Fathers of the Church, led by Example of the Apostles, appointed Prayers and Fasts to be used at the solemn ordering of Ministers, and to that purpose alotted certain Times, in which only sacred Orders might be given or conferred: We following their holy and religious Example, do constitute and decree; That no Deacons or Ministers be ordained and made, but only upon the Sundays immediately following Jejunia quatuor temporum, commonly called Ember-weeks, appointed in ancient Time for Prayer and Fasting (purposely for this Cause at their first Institution) and so continued at this day in the Church of England: And that this be done in the Cathedral or Parish Church where the Bishop resideth, and in the time of Divine Service, in the presence not only of the Archdeacon, but of the Dean and two Prebendaries at the least, or (if they shall happen by any lawful Cause to be let or hindred) in the presence of Four other grave Persons, being Masters of Arts at the least, and allowed for publick Preachers. And if any Judge or Register shall either procure or permit any Inhibition to be sealed, so as is said, contrary to the Form and Limitation above specified, let him be suspended from the Execution of his Office, for the space of Three Months: If any Proctor, or other Person whatsoever by his appointment, shall offend in any of the Premises, either by making or sending out any Inhibition, contrary to the Tenour of the said Premises, let him be removed from the Exercise of his Office, for the space of a whole Year, without hope of release or restoring. From inside the book . The Choice of which Persons, viz. IF any Register, or Deputy, or Substitute whatsoever, shall receive any Certificate without the knowledge and consent of the Judge of the Court, or willingly omit to cause any Person cited to appear upon any Court Day to be called, or unduly put off, and defer the Examination of Witnesses to be examined by a Day set and assigned by the Judge, or do not obey and observe the judicial and lawful Monition of the said Judge, or omit to write, or cause to be written such Citations and Decrees as are to be put in execution, and set forth before the next Court Day, or shall not cause all Testaments exhibited into his Office to be Registred within a convenient Time, or shall set down or enact as decreed by the Judge any thing false, or conceited by himself, and not so ordered or decreed by the Judge, or in the transmission of Processes to the Judge Ad quem, shall add, or insert any falshood or untruth, or omit any thing therein either by cunning, or by gross negligence, or in cause of Instance, or promoted of Office, shall receive any reward in favour of either Party, or be of Counsel directly or indirectly with either of the Parties in Suit, or in the Execution of their Office, shall do ought else maliciously, or fraudulently, whereby the said Ecclesiastical Judge or his Proceedings may be slandered or defamed: We will and ordain, That the said Register or his Deputy or Substitute, offending in all, or any of the Premises, shall by the Bishop of the Diocess be suspended from the Exercise of his Office, for the space of one, two, or three Months, or more, according to the quality of his Offence, and that the said Bishop shall assign some other Publick Notary to execute and discharge all things pertaining to his Office, during the Time of his said Suspension. AS our Duty to the King’s most excellent Majesty requireth, We first Decree and Ordain, That the Archbishop of Canterbury (from time to time), all Bishops of this Province, or Deans, Archdeacons, Parsons, Vicars, and all other Ecclesiastical Persons, shall faithfully keep and observe, and (as much as in them lieth) shall cause to be observed and kept of others, all and singular Laws and Statutes made for restoring to the Crown of this Kingdom, the ancient Jurisdiction over the State Ecclesiastical, and abolishing of all Foreign Power repugnant to the same. TITLE I. ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS (Cann. And when any is passing out of this Life, a Bell shall be Tolled, and the Minister shall not then slack to do his last Duty. NO Prebendaries nor Canons in Cathedral or Collegiate Churches, having one or more Benefices with Cure (and not being Residentiaries in the same Cathedral or Collegiate Churches) shall under Colour of their said Prebends, absent themselves from their Benefices with Cure above the space of one Month in the Year, unless it be for some urgent Cause, and certain Time to be allowed by the Bishop of the Diocess. Baptism, Canon Law and the Church. IN all Colleges and Halls, within both the Universities, the Masters and Fellows, such especially as have any Pupils, shall be careful that all their said Pupils, and the rest that remain amongst them, be well brought up, and throughly instructed in Points of Religion, and that they do diligently frequent publick Service, and Sermons, and receive the holy Communion; which we ordain to be administered in all such Colleges and Halls the first or second Sundays of every Month, requiring all the said Masters, Fellows and Scholars, and all the rest of the Students, Officers, and all other the Servants there so to be ordered, that every one of them shall communicate four Times in the Year at the least, kneeling reverently and decently upon their Knees, according to the Order of the Communion-Book prescribed in that behalf. All which Apparitors shall by themselves faithfully execute their Offices, neither shall they by any colour or pretence whatsoever cause or suffer their Mandates to be executed by any Messengers or Substitutes, unless it be upon some good Cause to be first known and approved by the Ordinary of the place. NO man shall Teach either in publick School, or private House, but such as shall be allowed by the Bishop of the Diocess, or Ordinary of the Place, under his hand and Seal, being found meet as well for his Learning and Dexterity in Teaching, as for sober and honest Conversation, and also for right understanding of God’s true Religion, and also except he shall first subscribe to the first and third Articles before mentioned simply, and to the two first Clauses of the Second Article. NO Person whatsoever not examined and approved by the Bishop of the Diocess, or not Licensed as is aforesaid, for a sufficient or convenient Preacher, shall take upon him to Expound in his own Cure or elsewhere, any Scripture, or Matter, or Doctrine, but shall only study to read plainly and aptly (without glossing or adding) the Homilies already set forth, or hereafter to be published by lawful Authority, for the Confirmation of the true Faith, and for the good Instruction and Edification of the People. Sparrow: Rationale upon Common Prayer, Convocation Book; Government of Catholic Church & Kingdoms (1606), Bilson: Perpetual Government of Christ's Church (1593), Scougal: The Life of God in the Soul of Man (1677), Alexander Nowell, “Middle Catechism” / “Catechism or the Institution of Christian Religion, to be Learned of all Youth” (1572), Several Statutes for the Observation of Lent, Thomas Becon: A Fruitful Treatise of Fasting (1551), John Jewel, “A Treatise of the Sacraments” (1583), Samuel Saywell, “The Holy Rite of Confirmation” (1745), Edmund Bunnius, “Of Divorce for Adultery, and Marrying again: that there is no sufficient warrant so to do” (1595). IN the whole Divine Service, and Administration of the holy Communion, in all Colleges and Halls in both Universities, the Order, Form and Ceremonies shall be duly observed as they are set down and prescribed in the Book of Common-Prayer; without any Omission or Alteration. And if he shall refuse to Christen the one, or Bury the other, except the Party deceased were denounced Excommunicated Majori Excommunicatione, for some grievous and notorious Crime (and no Man able to testifie of his Repentance) he shall be suspended by the Bishop of the Diocess from his Ministry by the space of Three Months. A thoroughly revised and updated standard work on the Canon law of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England. EVery Minister being possessed of a Benefice that hath Cure and Charge of Souls, although he chiefly attend to Preaching, and hath a Curate under him to execute the other Duties which are to be performed for him in the Church, and likewise every other stipendary Preacher that readeth any Lecture, or Catechiseth or Preacheth in any Church or Chapel, shall Twice at the least every Year, read himself the Divine Service, upon two several Sundays publickly, and at the usual Times, both in the Forenoon and Afternoon in the Church which he so possesseth, or where he Readeth, Catechiseth or Preacheth as is aforesaid, and shall likewise as often in every Year administer the Sacraments of Baptism (if there be any to be Baptized) and of the Lord’s Supper, in such Manner and Form, and with the Observation of all such Rites and Ceremonies as are prescribed by the Book of Common Prayer in that behalf; which if he do not accordingly perform, then shall he that is possessed of a Benefice (as before) be suspended; and he that is but a Reader, Preacher, or Catechiser, be removed from his Place by the Bishop of the Diocess, until he or they shall submit themselves to perform all the said Duties in such manner and sort as before is prescribed. THe Church-wardens of every Parish, against the time of every Communion, shall at the Charge of the Parish, with the Advice and Direction of the Minister, provide a sufficient Quantity of fine white Bread, and of good and wholsome Wine, for the number of Communicants that shall from time to time receive there; which Wine we require to be brought to the Communion-Table in a clean and sweet standing Pot, or Stoop of Peuter, if not of purer Metal. And if the said Person cited, or voluntarily appearing before him, shall upon his Oath affirm, That he knoweth, or (as aforesaid) firmly believeth, that the said party deceased, had Goods or good Debts in any other Diocess or Diocesses, or peculiar Jurisdiction within the said Province, to the Value aforesaid, and particularly specifie and declare the same: then shall he presently dismiss him, not presuming to intermeddle with the Probate of the said Will, or to grant Administration of the Goods of the Party so dying Intestate: neither shall he require or exact any other Charges of the said Parties more than such only as are due for the Citation, and other Process had and used against the said Parties upon their further Contumacy; but shall openly and plainly declare and profess, That the said Cause belongeth to the Prerogative of the Archbishop of that Province, willing and admonishing the Party to prove the said Will, or require Administration of the said Goods in the Court of the said Prerogative, and to exhibit before him the said Judge, the Probate or Administration, under the Seal of the Prerogative within Forty Days next following. And if any Register shall fail to place the said Tables according to the Tenour hereof, he shall be suspended from the Execution of his Office, until he cause the same to be accordingly done: and the said Tables being once set up, if he shall at any time remove or suffer the same to be removed, hidden, or any way hindred from sight, contrary to the true meaning of this Constitution, he shall for every such Offence be suspended from the Exercise of his Office for the space of Six Months. The principal body of canon law enacted since the Reformation is the Book of Canons approved by the Convocations of Canterbury and York in 1604 and 1606 respectively. An updated version is available online. This Seal shall contain the Title of that Jurisdiction, which every of the said Judges or their Deputies do execute. Words: 7454) INTRODUCTION. Hen. Originally, a canon was a cleric living with others in a clergy house or, later, in one of the houses within the precinct of or close to a cathedral or other major church and conducting his life according to the customary discipline or rules of the church. And if either the Number of the Apparitors deputed shall exceed the aforesaid Limitation, or any of the said Apparitors shall offend in any of the Premises, the Persons deputing them, if they be Bishops, shall upon Admonition of their Superiour, discharge the Persons exceeding the Number so Limited: if inferiour Ordinaries, they shall be suspended from the Execution of their Office until they have dismissed the Apparitors by them so deputed, and the Parties themselves so deputed, shall for ever be removed from the Office of Apparitors: and if being so removed, they desist not from the Exercise of their said Offices, let them be punished by Ecclesiastical Censures as Persons Contumacious. FOr lessening and abridging the multitude of Suits and Contentions, as also for preventing the Complaints of Suitors in Courts Ecclesiastical, who many times are overthrown by the oversight and negligence, or by the ignorance and insufficiency of Proctors, and likewise for the furtherance and increase of Learning, and the advancement of Civil and Canon Law, following the laudable Customs heretofore observed in the Courts pertaining to the Archbishop of Canterbury, We Will and Ordain, That no Proctor exercising in any of them shall entertain any Cause whatsoever, and keep and retain the same for two Court Days, without the Counsel and Advice of an Advocate, under pain of a Years Suspension from his Practice: neither shall the Judge have power to release or mitigate the said Penalty, without express Mandate and Authority from the Archbishop aforesaid. The which Alms and Devotion of the People, the keepers of the Keys shall Yearly, Quarterly, or oftner (as need requireth) take out of the Chest, and distribute the same in the presence of most of the Parish, or six of the chief of them, to be truly and faithfully delivered to their most poor and needy Neighbours. THe Church-Wardens or Quest-Men shall take care, and provide that the Churches be well and sufficiently repaired, and so from time to time kept and maintained, that the Windows be well glazed, and that the Floors be kept paved, plain, and even, and all things there in such an orderly and decent sort, without dust, or any thing that may be either noisome or unseemly, as best becometh the House of God, and is prescribed in an Homily to that effect. But in the reign of Henry VIII-after the Reforma- And if any Register or Proctor shall offend herein, he shall be secluded from the Exercise of his Office for the space of two Months, without hope of release or restoring. Provided, that Houses are here reputed for private Houses, wherein are no Chapels dedicated and allowed by the Ecclesiastical Laws of this Realm. Though other churches of the Reformation rejected the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of England retained the concept of canon law and developed its own type, which has acceptance in the churches of the Anglican Communion. Church of England. ALL Church-Wardens or Quest-Men in every Parish, shall be chosen by the joynt Consent of the Ministers and the Parishioners, if it may be: But if they cannot agree upon such a Choice, then the Minister shall chuse one, and the Parishioners another: and without such a joynt or several Choice, none shall take upon them to be Church-Wardens, neither shall they continue any longer than one Year in that Office, except perhaps they be chosen again in like manner. The Canon Law of the Church of England: Being the Report of the Archbishops' Commission on Canon Law. I. 7) 3 4 Funerals: conduct (1) A clerk in Holy Orders who is authorised to officiate in accordance with the Canons of the Church of England may perform a funeral service in a crematorium, cemetery or other place wh ich is not a church … Free delivery on qualified orders. In all which particulars concerning the Apparel here prescribed, our meaning is not to attribute any Holiness, or special Worthiness to the said Garments, but for Decency, Gravity and Order, as is before specified. IN every Parish-Church and Chapel within this Realm, shall be provided One Parchment-Book at the Charge of the Parish, wherein shall be written the Day and Year of every Christning, Wedding, and Burial, which have been in that Parish since the Time that the Law was first made in that behalf, so far as the ancient Books thereof can be procured, but especially since the beginning of the Reign of the late Queen. NO Minister shall Preach or Administer the Holy Communion in any private House, except it be in Times of Necessity, when any being either so impotent, as he cannot go to the Church, or very dangerously sick, are desirous to be partakers of that Holy Sacrament, upon pain of Suspension for the first Offence, and Excommunication for the Second. And if any Minister neglect his Duty herein, let him be sharply reproved upon the first Complaint, and true Notice thereof given to the Bishop or Ordinary of the Place. Provided, that if either of the Parties offending do appeal, he shall not be suffered to Preach pendente lite. Canon. EVery Minister that hath Cure and Charge of Souls, for the better accomplishing of the Orders prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer concerning Confirmation, shall take such especial Care, that none may be presented to the Bishop for him to lay his hands upon, but such as can render an account of their Faith according to the Catechism in the said Book contained. In the eleventh century, some churches required clergy thus living together to adopt the rule first proposed by Saint ALL Ordinaries shall in their several Jurisdictions carefully see and give Order, that as well those who for obstinate refusing to frequent Divine Service established by publick Authority within this Realm of England, as those also (especially of the better Sort and Condition) who for notorious Contumacy or other notable Crimes stand lawfully Excommunicate (unless within three Months immediately after the said Sentence of Excommunication pronounced against them, they reform themselves, and obtain the Benefit of Absolution) be every six Months ensuing, as well in the Parish Church as in the Cathedral Church of the Diocess in which they remain, by the Minister openly in Time of Divine Service upon some Sunday, denounced and declared Excommunicate, that others may be thereby both admonished to refrain their Company and Society, and excited the rather to procure out a Writ De excommunicatio capiendo, thereby to bring and reduce them into due Order and Obedience. EVery Beneficed Man Licensed by the Laws of this Realm, upon urgent Occasions of other Service not to reside upon his Benefice, shall cause his Cure to be supplied by a Curate that is a sufficient and Licensed Preacher, if the Worth of the Benefice will bear it. AND if any Judge giving Sentence of Divorce or Separation, shall not fully keep and observe the Premises, he shall be by the Archbishop of the Province, or by the Bishop of the Diocess, suspended from the Exercise of his Office for the space of a whole Year, and the Sentence of Separation so given contrary to the Form aforesaid, shall be held void to all intents and purposes of the Law, as if it had not at all been given or pronounced. ALL Chancellors, Commissaries, Archdeacons, Officials, and all other exercising Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, shall appoint such meet Places for the keeping of their Courts by the assignment or approbation of the Bishop of the Diocess, as shall be convenient for Entertainment of those that are to make their appearance there, and most indifferent for their travel. NO Person shall Marry within the Degrees prohibited by the Laws of God, and expressed in a Table set forth by Authority in the Year of our Lord God 1563, and all Marriages so made and contracted, shall be adjudged incestuous and unlawful, and consequently shall be dissolved as void from the beginning, and the Parties so married shall by course of Law be separated. IN all Sentences pronounced only for Divorce and Separation a thoro & mensa, there shall be a Caution and Restraint inserted in the Act of the said Sentence, That the Parties so separated, shall live chastly and continently: neither shall they, during each others Life, contract Matrimony with any other Person. This continual and general Use of the Sign of the Cross, is evident by many Testimonies of the ancient Fathers. In which respect, amongst some other very ancient Ceremonies, the Sign of the Cross in Baptism hath been retained in this Church, both by the Judgment and Practice of those Reverend Fathers, and great Divines in the Days of King Edward the Sixth, of whom some constantly suffered for the Profession of the Truth: and others being exil’d in the Time of Queen Mary, did after their return, in the beginning of the Reign of our late dead Sovereign, continually defend and use the same. NO person shall hereafter be received into the Ministry, nor either by Institution or Collation admitted to any Ecclesiastical Living, nor suffered to Preach, to Catechise, or to be a Lecturer or Reader of Divinity in either University, or in any Cathedral or Collegiate Church, City or Market Town, Parish-Church, Chapel, or in any other place within this Realm, except he be Licensed either by the Archbishop, or by the Bishop of the Diocess (where he is to be placed) under their Hands and Seals, or by one of the two Universities under their Seal likewise; and except he shall first subscribe to these three Articles following, in such manner and sort as we have here appointed. NO Parish-Clerk upon any Vacation shall be chosen within the City of London, or elsewhere within the Province of Canterbury, but by the Parson or Vicar: or where there is no Parson or Vicar, by the Minister of that Place for the Time being: which Choice shall be signified by the said Minister, Vicar or Parson, to the Parishioners the next Sunday following in the Time of Divine Service. Canons are definitely amongst the big guns of the Church of England, although perhaps the smallest of them. IN all Visitations of Bishops and Archdeacons, the Church-Wardens or Quest-Men and Side-Men, shall truly and personally present the Names of all those which behave themselves rudely and disorderly in the Church, or which by untimely ringing of Bells, by walking, talking, or other noise shall hinder the Minister or Preacher. The like Care they shall take, that the Church-Yards be well and sufficiently repaired, fenced and maintained with Walls, Rails, or Pales, as have been in each Place accustomed at their Charges unto whom by Law the same appertaineth: but especially they shall see that in every meeting of the Congregation, Peace be well kept, and that all Persons Excommunicated, and so denounced, be kept out of the Church. About The Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England 2nd edition. Ye shall also pray for the King’s most Honourable Council, and for all the Nobility and Magistrates of this Realm, that all and every of these in their several Callings, may serve truly and painfully to the Glory of God, and the edifying and well governing of his People, remembring the Account that they must make. The Church of England, as an established church (i.e. We call that Proxy sufficient, which is strengthned and confirmed by some Authentical Seal, the Parties Approbation, or at least his Ratification therewithal concurring. Furthermore, such Ministers as are Graduates, shall wear upon their Surplices at such times, such Hoods as by the Orders of the Universities are agreeable to their Degrees, which no Minister shall wear (being no Graduate) under pain of Suspension. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780567528704, 0567528707. 0 Reviews. Planning and Preparing Holy Communion. They were published in separate Latin and English editions in 1604. But if either of the Universities shall offend therein, we leave them to the Danger of the Law and His Majesty’s Censure. Thirdly, That they have obtained thereunto the express Consent of their Parents, (if they be living) or otherwise of their Guardians or Governours. Canon Law Commission. IN the time of Divine Service, and of every part thereof, all due Reverence is to be used; for it is according to the Apostles Rule, Let all things be done decently, and according to order:  Answerable to which Decency and Order, we judge these our Directions following: No Man shall cover his Head in the Church or Chapel in the time of Divine Service, except he have some Infirmity; in which case, let him wear a Night-cap or Coif. WHosoever shall hereafter affirm, That the King’s Majesty hath not the same Authority in Causes Ecclesiastical, that the godly Kings had amongst the Jews, and Christian Emperors in the Primitive Church, or impeach any part of his Regal Supremacy in the said Causes restored to the Crown, and by the Laws of this Realm therein established; let him be Excommunicated ipso facto, and not restored, but only by the Archbishop, after his Repentance, and publick Revocation of those his wicked Errors. Lastly, The use of the Sign of the Cross in Baptism, being thus purged from all Popish Superstition and Error, and reduced in the Church of England to the primary Institution of it, upon those true Rules of Doctrine concerning things indifferent, which are consonant to the Word of God, and the Judgments of all the ancient Fathers: We hold it the part of every private Man, both Minister and other, reverently to retain the true use of it prescribed by publick Authority, considering that things of themselves indifferent, do in some sort alter their Natures, when they are either commanded or forbidden by a lawful Magistrate; and may not be omitted at every Man’s pleasure contrary to the Law, when they be commanded, nor used when they are prohibited. What people are saying - Write a review. Ministers reading Divine Service, and administering the Sacraments, to wear Surplices, and Graduates therewithal Hoods. Provided likewise that if any Man die in itinere, the Goods that he hath about him at that present, shall not cause his Testament or Administration to be liable unto the Prerogative Court. This way of life grew common in the eighth century. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780567616418, 056761641X. in 1947, and contains, together with a number of … If so the third time, there being little hope that he will be therein reformed, then Excommunicated, and so remain until he will be reformed. And as often as any Sermon shall be upon holy and festival Days, within the Parish where they teach, they shall bring their Scholars to the Church where such Sermon shall be made, and there see them quietly and soberly behave themselves, and shall examine them at times convenient after their return, what they have borne away of such Sermons. That the Book of Common Prayer, and of Ordering of Bishops, Priests and Deacons, containeth in it nothing contrary to the Word of God, and that it may lawfully so be used, and that he himself will use the Form in the said Book prescribed in publick Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and none other. This Resolution and Practice of our Church, hath been allowed and approved by the Censure upon the Communion Book in King Edward the Sixth’s Days, and by the Harmony of Confessions of later Years; because indeed the Use of this Sign in Baptism was ever accompanied here with such sufficient Cautions and Exceptions against all Popish Superstition and Error, as in the like Cases are either fit or convenient. NOne shall procure in any Cause whatsoever, unless he be thereunto constituted and appointed by the Party himself, either before the Judge, and by Act in Court, or unless in the beginning of the Suit, he be by a true and sufficient Proxy thereunto warranted and enabled. Swadlin: Presbyterian, Roman, or Catholic? Secondly, The Honour and Dignity of the Name of the Cross, begat a reverend Estimation even in the Apostles Times (for ought that is known to the contrary) of the sign of the Cross; which the Christians shortly after used in all their Actions, thereby making an outward Show and Profession even to the Astonishment of the Jews, that they were not ashamed to acknowledge him for their Lord and Saviour, who died for them upon the Cross. ALL Masters and Fellows of Colleges or Halls, and all the Scholars and Students in either of the Universities, shall in their Churches and Chapels upon all Sundays, Holy-days and their Eves, at the time of Divine Service, wear Surplices according to the Order of the Church of England:  and such as are Graduates, shall agreeably wear with their Surplices such Hoods as do severally appertain unto their Degrees. [Rhidian Jones] -- This highly useful book provides quick reference and accessibility to the current canon law of both churches. Neither shall any Minister not Licensed, as is aforesaid, presume to appoint or hold any Meetings for Sermons, commonly termed by some, Prophecies, or Exercises, in Market-Towns, or other places, under the said pains: Nor without such License to attempt upon any pretence whatsoever, either of Possession or Obsession, by Fasting and Prayer to cast out any Devil or Devils, under the pain of the Imputation of Imposture or Cosenage, and Deposition from the Ministry. 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