The Canon Law Society of America has honored Fr. Valentine, a past-Dean of Canon Law at Catholic University of America.
If you are interested in knowing more about Canon Law, or this organization, please e-mail their coordinator (below.)


The Canon Law Society
... in Christ Jesus
the life-giving
law of the Spirit has set you
free from the law of
sin and death
(Rom. 8:2)

CONTACT:
CLSA Office of the Executive Coordinator
431 Caldwell Hall
Catholic University
Washington, DC
20064-0002
USA

Telephone: 202-269-3491
Fax: 202-319-5719
E-mail: coordinator@clsa.org

A group of canonists established the Canon Law Society of America on November 12, 1939, in Washington, DC, as a professional association, dedicated to the promotion of both the study and the application of canon law in the Catholic Church. Today the Society's membership includes over fifteen hundred (1500) men and women who reside in forty-three (43) countries. The Society remains active in study and the promotion of canonical and pastoral approaches to significant issues within the Roman Catholic Church, both of the Latin (that is, Western) Catholic Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches. Since Vatican Council II, the Society has offered its services in the United States for the revitalization and proper application of ecclesiastical law. On February 13, 1981, the Society incorporated as a non-profit corporation in the District of Columbia.
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