Fine del potere temporale dei Papi e diritto canonico
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The essay starts from the speech by Giovanni Battista Montini, the future Paul VI, on the “providentiality” of the end of the Papal States in 1870, to capture some effects of this event on the developments of the canonical legal order. Attention is focused in particular on the following effects: a better distinction between Church and political community, on the reform of the Roman Curia, on canonical codification, on the international subjectivity of the Holy See. The conclusion is that the end of the temporal sovereignty of the Popes constituted a moment of regeneration (also) of canon law; it represented a very strong stimulus to the rediscovery and exaltation of its most authentic nature serving the properly spiritual mission of the Church.
keywordsExtinction of the Papal States, effects on canon law, Church and political community, reform of the Roman Curia, canonical codification, international subjectivity of the Holy See.
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