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August 28, 2006

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Rod

"§"

I have seen the symbol above a few times now. What does it mean? Thanks.

Brother Cadfael

"§"

I have seen the symbol above a few times now. What does it mean? Thanks.

Section. In other words, § 3 means the same thing as Section 3.

Jimmy Akin

You can remember it by the fact that it looks kinda like a letter S (for "section").

David B.

"Don't Worry"

Well, if a Bishop really did "ordain" those women, then THEY have to worry.

Brian John Schuettler

If I am not mistaken, the "just penalty" for the Roman Catholic bishop who allegedly did this act would be banishment to the Episcopal Church.

J.R. Stoodley

Under current law, being excommunicated does not place you outside of communion, though it does reflect an impaired state of communion.

If excommunication does not take you out of communion why is it called that?

I'm not saying Jimmy is wrong I just find the use of the word under current Canon Law very confusing.

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