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1339, f. 201). See chapter 8,2. 2 VI,5: Non potest sacerdotes cum furore aut scandalum ad ęcclesiam procedere, nisi prius omnia discordia concordet, ut non dolum in cordę remaneat. Sicut scriptum est: prius reconciliari fratri tuo et sic offer munus tuum (Matth. 5,24). Quod si aliter fecerit, ipsa die a sacrificio priuetur et deponatur quousque se emendauerit, et satisfaciat fratri suo et dimittat ei omnia de corde. The P. Vaticanum quotes the same biblical passage without specifically referring to priests (I,18: Tu autem fac secundum quod dominus dixit: corripe eum inter te et ipsum solum, si te non audierit dic aecclesię (Matth.
Other sources cf. libr. I 14/15; 43 8. - 9. 10. 11. VII,5 VII,2 - 12. - 13. - 14. 15. 16. - 17. - III,1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. X,13-14 X,14 X,16 X,22 X,20 X,19 - 8. 9. VII,23 cf. X,3 10. X,9 11. - IV,1. 2. 3. 4. 5. XV,1 XV,2/6-7 XV,9 cf. Cap. Iud. XV,3 V,1. 2. 3. XV,10; I,1 XV,11 - VI,1. 2. 3. 4. 5. XXIX,1 XXIX,1 XXVII,1 XXVI,12 - Mers. I 14/15; Mers. U 1,2,19; Exc. II,3 Mers. I 21 Exc. U I,9,4; Exc. III,6 cf. C 4 cf. A 107/93 Exc. U I,8,1 cf. Exc. II,7 Exc. U I,2,11 Exc. A 75 Exc. A 155 (crura) cf.
6 Judging from the ordo of the P. Casinense the role of the penitent is a limited one. His acts are confined to his confession and a petition for forgiveness in the first part and an act of prostration in the absolution rite. An interrogation as to the articles of faith, which occurs in almost every ordo, is remarkably absent from this document. The passive role of the penitent contrasts with the prominent part played by the priest. The ordo is centred upon the priest rather than the penitent, which fits the educational and instructive functions of the manuscript.
Between liturgy and canon law - A study of books of confession and penance in eleventh- and twelfth-century Italy (Ph.D Thesis) by Adriaan Harmen Gaastra