Due Process to be Followed in the Administration of Discipline in Religious Institutes According to the Code of Canon Law

Michael Francis Rosinski
The need for just and fair procedures for responding to accusations of misconduct is a sad but necessary part of governance in religious institutes. Many institutes, or parts of institutes, have established protocols for addressing accusations of sexual misconduct by their members. Not all forms of misconduct, however, are sexual in nature, nor does the law (proper or universal) anticipate every imaginable form of misconduct. Superiors in religious institutes rightly have discretionary authority to address...
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