• I'd much prefer the later, combined revised and enlarged edition of November 1957: A Practical Commentary On The Code of Canon Law; Woywod/Smith; New York City: Joseph F. Wagner, Inc./London: B. Herder; pp. 925.
    1. Yes, let's have the more recent one as well. If one is to study Canon Law, it should be current Canon Law with the latest commentaries.
  • Without it (cf. credo 2295): Couldn't claim to be married after wife-gone-AWOL. Vatican II heresies violate 2295, coincidentally loosing the bonds to divorce, granting specious annulments, and permitting "remarriage" during the life of the spouse. "Of course" there are other credos equally valuable!