15 RGCR), con el previo nihil obstat
de la Secretaria de Estado.
Theologians will especially remember Donum veritatis, the CDF's instruction concerning the ecclesial vocation of the theologian and the imposed oath of fidelity; the pronouncement Dominus Iesus; the Notifications that criticized the work of Jacques Dupuis, Jon Sobrino, and others; the difficulties in nihil obstat
and mandatum procedures, etc.
(9) Nihil Obstat
, "Mystical Stigmata, treatment of the mythical phenomena of stigmata," The Original Catholic Encyclopedia (1907), http://oce.catholic.com/index.php?title=Mystical_Stigmata.
The Holy Office issued its Nihil Obstat
to the introduction of the Cause on 19 July 1952.
University as publisher, learned society as publisher, library as publisher: Among those three players, the library carries a special nihil obstat
, which is an acute awareness of how content users operate.
Se narra la negativa de la Congregacion del Santo Oficio a conceder el nihil obstat
para que Maritain fuese investido doctor honoris causa de la Universidad Catolica de Milan.
Otherwise, nihil obstat
. Indeed, this volume must strike its honor and as a fitting, gratifying, and well-deserved tribute.
The Catholic concordats more clearly spell this out than do the Protestant agreements, and a person who no longer receives the local bishop's nihil obstat
(21) can be removed, as demonstrated in the celebrated case of Hans Kung, who lost the Vatican's missio canonica and was forced to relinquish his position in the Catholic theological faculty at Tubingen.