LBE reprint of the 1981 edition. Ferreira-Ibarra, Dario C., Compiler. The Canon Law Collection of the Library of Congress: A General Bibliography with Selective Annotations. Originally published: Washington: Library of Congress, 1981. xiii, 210 pp. 8-1/2" x 11." Reprinted 2004 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584773665; ISBN-10: 1584773669. Hardcover. New. * The Library of Congress has one of the largest collections of published Canon Law materials in the world. This bibliography, which includes all items catalogued before 1980, is thus a powerful guide to a body of legal literature that dates back to the birth of printing. The first three sections cover early editions of the Code of Canon Law, the code's historical foundations and the decisions of the Roman Rota, or the Church's jurisprudence. The remaining sections correspond exactly to the divisions of the Code of Canon Law and cover such subjects as persons, things, procedural law and crimes and penalties. Comprehensive author and subject indexes are included as well.
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