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Gerald E. Murray

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Canon Inc

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Canon Inc

30-2 Shimomaruko 3-Chome

Tokyo, Tokyo,

Japan

Company Description

Canon Inc. (NYSE:CAJ)(TOKYO:7751), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leader in the fields of professional and consumer imaging equipment, information systems and industrial equipment. Canon's cooperation with the Vatican Apostolic Library digitization projec... more

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New York Council

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New York Council Of The Navy League

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Dartmouth College


Regis High School


St. Joseph's Seminary


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Gregorian University


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Gregorian University


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Pontifical Gregorian University


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Appeal to Holy See, controversy over church teaching on divorce | PewSitter.com

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Earlier, his opinion about giving Holy Communion to adulterers was criticized; see article by Fr. Gerald E. Murray, a canon lawyer who regularly appears on EWTN.
Macfarlane uncovered the canon laws that she publicizes after she became disappointed about the number of Catholics who abandon their marriage and seem to believe they have done nothing wrong.


www.ncregister.com

And if Peters is a modern-day Thomas More, then Father Gerald Murray, himself a canon lawyer, can be called a modern-day John Fisher, a clerical analogue to the saintly bishop who also stood up to Henry VIII.
Father Murray has written insightfully and pastorally on the AL controversyseveral times, and he has spoken the truth in love on EWTN's "The World Over Live." Ed Peters and Father Murray understand this well, and that's why they're so committed to the Church's authentic mission of merciful love.


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I have been a regular follower of EWTN and the supreme struggle of Raymond Arroyos' papal posse, Mr Royale and Father Gerald Murray, the canon lawyer, to reconcile the impossible calls for my sympathy.


www.catholicnewsagency.com

Fr. Gerald Murray, canon lawyer and pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Church in New York City
CNA contacted canon law expert Fr. Gerald Murray, a priest in the Archdiocese of New York, who gave his insight into the controversial topic in an e-mail on Sept. 15. Fr. Murray then offered clarity on the subject of how the issue of contraception should be broached in the confessional. "If someone confesses that he or she has used some form of contraception, that ordinarily means that he or she knows such actions were sinful and that they wish to be forgiven this sin," he noted. "But a delicate approach does not mean moral relativism which would subvert God's law by calling contraceptive use not a sin," Fr. Murray underscored. "It is not for the priest to question the penitent about contraceptive use if that subject has not been brought up," Fr. Murray said. I don't disagree with Father Gerald Murray. However, it should be fair for Father Murray to mention the sins of silence and cover up of those who knew the child-sex-abuse by priests that rocks Christ's Church.


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New York City, N.Y., Feb 16, 2010 (CNA).- Fr. Gerald Murray, a canon lawyer and pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Church in New York City explained to CNA this week that the current discussions between the Holy See and the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) "hold great promise for progress."
Fr. Murray addressed the origins of the traditionalist society, which was founded in 1970 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in opposition to the teachings of the Second Vatican Council. Then, in 1988, the archbishop ordained four bishops without the requisite permission of the Holy Father. Following the ordinations, the bishops were excommunicated by then-Pope John Paul II. However, in January 2009, Pope Benedict XVI lifted the excommunication of the SSPX bishops in a decision he hoped would lead to "real and final unity. "As you know," noted Fr. Murray, "the Pope remitted the penalty of excommunication which the four ordained bishops had received by automatic censure penalty...which had been declared by the Holy See at the time they were ordained by Archbishop Lefebvre in 1988." "Pope Benedict XVI, in his goodness, decided to remit those penalties," the canon lawyer observed, "but the bishops were not restored to full communion with the Holy See. This is because, "to receive ordination without the requisite permission is a canonical offense, and the penalty is suspension," said Fr. Murray. Thus, the bishops, who are no longer excommunicated, are still under the penalty of suspension. Now that the excommunications have been lifted, the current point of doctrinal contention is the legitimacy of the Second Vatican Council and its teachings, which members of the SSPX do not accept. The discussions currently underway, with meetings in Rome every two months, are attempting to resolve the canonical status of the priests and bishops, as well as of the lay faithful, who are a part of the society. Though they do not accept the legitimacy of the council, Fr. Murray stated, "The Lefebrvite faithful, by their own admission, recognize Pope Benedict XVI as a legitimate pastor of the church, but in practice, the failure to submit to the Pope and the bishops in communion is an obstacle to them being at full visible communion with the church." Though the SSPX's bishop Richard Williamson has called the consultations a "dialogue of the deaf," Fr. Murray said that he thinks "these discussions hold great promise for progress. He also noted that, though there is no official word of progress yet, the participants on both sides "have referred to the cordial and friendly nature of these discussions." Fr. Murray added that Pope Benedict has "widened the availability of the traditional Mass and sacraments celebrated in the traditional formula" but that "the faithful are not encouraged to attend the sacraments in the chapels of the SSPX because the canonical situation of the priests is irregular."


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