Publications
  1. I.Rev. Dr. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome)

    SJD (Doctorate in Juridical Sciences - Civil Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome)

    Publications

    A)Book

    1.  Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, Devoir et droit des fidèles chrétiens de subvenir aux nécessités de l’Eglise dans la perspective de l’Exhortation Apostolique “Ecclesia in Africa”, Rome 2005.

    B)Articles

    1.  Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “The Ministry of the Clergy and Members of Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, in Social Reconciliation, Justice and Peace in Africa”, in The Church in Africa in Service to Reconciliation, Justice and Peace, in the Light of the Second Special Assembly for Africa of the Synod of Bishops. Proceedings of the 10th Interdisciplinary Theological Session, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi 2008, pp. 327-359.

    2. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “The Parish and the Teaching and Sanctifying Offices of the Church”, in African Christian Studies 25/2 (June 2009), pp. 7-30.

    3. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “Structures of Participation in the Parish”, in African Christian Studies 26/1 (March 2010), pp. 93-118.

    4. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “Instituted Lay Liturgical Ministries in the Light of Canon 230 § 1”, in African Christian Studies 26/3 (September 2010), pp. 26-47.

    5. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “The Concept of License Applied to the Alienation of Ecclesiastical Goods”, in African Christian Studies 27/2 (June 2011), pp. 75-95.

    6. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “Economic Self-reliance of the Church in the AMECEA Region”, in Faculty of Theology of CUEA Celebrates the Golden Jubilee of AMECEA: 13th Interdisciplinary Theological Session, CUEA Press, Nairobi 2013, pp. 64-90.

    7. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “The Catechumenate and the Baptismal Sponsors”, in African Journal of Canon Law Studies, vol. 1, n. 1 (January 2014), pp. 7-27.

    8. Fabien Lonema, “Juridical Status of Corruption in Civil Law and in Canon Law”, in Elizabeth Nduku/John Tenamwenye (Eds.), Corruption in Africa: Threat to Justice and Sustainable Peace, Globalethics.net Focus No. 14, Geneva 2014, pp. 245- 267.

    ISBN 978-2-88931-016-6 (online version); ISBN 978-2-88931-017-3 (print version).

    9. Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, “Importance of Temporal Goods in the Mission of the Church”, in African Journal of Canon Law Studies, vol. 1, n. 2 (June 2014).

    Research

    a)Team Research Disseminated in Paris 15th October 2014

    In collaboration with the International Federation of Catholic Universities: “Vatican II (2012-2015” International Research Programme:

    Theme: Vatican II: An Historical Event – the Stakes for Today. The Gospel in the face of Cultures

    Matand Jean Bosco, Filakota Richard, Kabongo Pierre, Libambu Willy Michel, Lonema Fabien, Mabundu Fidèle,  La rencontre de l’Evangile et de l’Eglise avec le monde et la culture.

    b)Team Research Conducted and Disseminated 21st September 2011 in CUEA

    Lonema Dz’djo Fabien, Ngona Dieudonné, Ngure Daniel, Nakato Noelina, Obetia Raphael, “Matrimonial Consent Involving HIV/AIDS in the Tribunals of the Ecclesiastical Province of Nairobi.”, 47 pages.

    Presentations at Conferences, Conventions, Seminars, Workshops, interdisciplinary sessions

    The Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law on The Challenges of Reception and Implementation of Canonical Penal Law in Africa, 14th November 2014.                               Paper Presented: “Canonical Penal Process.”

    The Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law on The Challenges of Reception and Implementation of Canonical Penal Law in Africa, 14th November 2014.               Paper Presented: “The Application of Penalties in Canon Law.”

    Book Launch: A Dictionary of Canon Law: An African Inculturated Edition, 7th November 2014 at Gabriel House Langata.              Paper presented: “The Nature and the Role of Canon Law.”

    The Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law, 6th November 2013.                        Paper presented: “The Invalidity of the Matrimonial Consent.”

    Workshop for the Department of Pastoral Theology, CUEA, 27th September 2013.                 Paper presented: “Process of Becoming an Institute.”

    First Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law, 25th March 2013.                           Paper presented: “The Importance of Temporal Goods in the Mission of the Church.”

    Third Social Theological Forum, by the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics, CUEA, 17th October 2012.              Paper presented: “The Juridical Concept of the Person as Subject of Rights and Obligations.”

    Workshop organized by the Faculty of Theology and the Institute of Canon Law, 21st November 2011. Paper Presented: “Quality Management System: Faculty of Theology Documentation and Procedures.”

    International Conference on “Corruption: A Threat to Justice and Sustainable Peace in Africa,” CUEA, 10th – 12th May 2011.             Paper Presented: “Juridical Status of Corruption in Civil Law and in Canon Law.” (Published as article)

    13th Interdisciplinary Session “Faculty of Theology of CUEA Celebrates the Golden Jubilee of AMECEA”, 2nd to 4thMarch 2011.                                       Paper Presented: “Economic Self-reliance of the Church in the AMECEA Region.” (Published as article in a book)

    Conference Organized by the Saint Cyprian Major Seminary in Bunia/Democratic Republic of Congo, Bunia 23rdDecember 2010.                                                Paper Presented: “La relation entre l’Eglise et la communauté politique.”                    

    CUEA Faculty of Theology and Liverpool Hope University Collaboration Meeting (14th -16th January 2010).             Paper Presented: “Reconciliation, Justice and Peace in Africa.”

    Faculty of Theology Academic Colloquium 14th November 2009. Faculty of Theology Academic Colloquium 14thNovember 2009.                           Paper Presented: “The Concept of License Applied to the Alienation of Ecclesiastical Goods.” (Published as article)

    Canon Law Departmental Seminar, on the theme: The Role of the Laity in the Mission of the Church, 23rd October 2009.  Paper Presented: “Instituted Lay Liturgical Ministries in the Light of Canon 230 § 1”. (Published as article)

    Annual Convention of Canon Law Society of Kenya at Paradise Hotel, Mombasa 2nd and 3rd September 2009.            Paper presented: “Structures of Participation in the Parish” (Published as article)

    Annual Convention of Canon Law Society of Kenya at Paradise Hotel, Mombasa 2nd and 3rd September 2009.            Paper presented: “The Parish and the Teaching and Sanctifying Offices of the Church”. (Published as article)

    Annual Convention of Canon Law Society of Kenya, Mombasa 3rd – 4th September 2008. Paper presented: “The Catechumenate. The Sponsors (cann. 872–874)” (Published as article)

    Annual Convention of Canon Law Society of Kenya, Mombasa 3rd – 4th September 2008. Paper presented: “Experiences with Catechumenate. When is Conditional Baptism to be Given?”

    10th Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology (CUEA), 5th –7th March 2008. Paper presented: “The Ministry of the Clergy and Members of Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life in Social Reconciliation, Justice and Peace in Africa” (Published as article in a book)

    II.Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Jada Patrisio

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: Pontifical Urbaniana University, Rome)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: Pontifical Urbaniana University, Rome)

    LL.M (Masters in International Law on Human Rights: London)

    Publications

    1.Rev. Emmanuel Jada Patrisio, The Pastoral Ministry of the Diocesan Bishop, Doctoral Dissertation, Urbaniana University, Rome, 2002.

    2.A Survey of the Juridical Procedure for Episcopal Nominations and Appointments in African Christian Studies, Vol. 22. No. 1 (March 2006).

    3.Refugee and Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Theology of Inculturation in Africa Today: Method, Praxis and Mission (Interdisciplinary Theological Session Proceedings, 2005), pp. 88                                                                   4.Saint Paul and Jubilee Year of the Priest, to be published in Interdisciplinary Theological Session Proceedings 2009, pp. 48 - 53.

    5.John Paul II: The Central Key Player of Vatican Council Diplomacy, in the 14th Proceeding of Faculty of Theology, 2012, pp114 -133

    6.Transformation of Catholic Church according to Pope Francis Apostolic Exhortation "Evangelii Gaudium", in Proceeding of Faculty of Theology, CUEA, February 2014

    III. Rev. Dr. John Martin Owor

    JUD (Doctorate in Utroque Iure - Both Canon Law and Civil Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome)

    JUL (Licentiate in Utroque Iure – Both Canon Law and Civil Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome)

    Publications

    J.M. OWOR, Istituti di Vita Consacrata Religiosa di fronte alle Pie volonta e alle Pie Fondazioni, Pontificia Universita’ Lateranense, Roma 2008.

    J.M. OWOR, “Participation of the Laity in the Teaching Function of the Church,” in African Christian Religious Studies, vol. 26, n. 3 (2010), pp. 48-72.

    J.M. OWOR, “Religious life and Mass media,” in African Journal of Canon Law Studies, Vol. 1, n. 1, (2014), pp. 51-73.

    J.M. OWOR, La Gestione dei Beni per i Fini Propri della Chiesa da Istituti di Vita Consacrata Religiosa. Guida con le norme di Diritto Canonico sulle Pie volonta’e Pie fondazioni, Tipografia Copygraph sas, Roma 2014.

    Works Submitted for Publication

    Articles

    1.J.M. OWOR, “Canonical Discipline on Mixed And Disparate Marriages and the Challenges in their Practice,” 2014. (with Annuarium Iuris Canonici Warszawa/Poland. e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

    2.J.M. OWOR, “The Mission of Priests Religious in Particular Churches” (2012).

    3.J.M. OWOR, “Challenges in the Practice of Mixed Marriages in Family Life Today” 2014.

    4.J.M. OWOR, “The teaching role of the laity in the new evangelization.” (2012).

               (This last three articles are submitted for publication in the African Journal of Canon Law Studies of   the Institute of Canon law).

    Manuscript

    J.M. OWOR, “Legal Issues Concerning Admission, Formation, Departure or Termination and the Bill of Rights of Formandees in Institutes of Consecrated Life.”

    Presentations At Seminars And Conferences 2012-2014

    1.Seminar

    9th March 2012

    Theme: Canonical Responses to Challenges Facing the Church in Africa

    Paper presented: The Mission Of Religious Priests In A Diocese

    2.Seminar

    1st August 2012

    Venue: Consolata Institute of Philosophy

    Paper Presented: Rights & Duties of Formandees in Canon law and the Laws of Kenya

    3.First Academic Conference

    25th March 2013

    Theme: Canon Law and The Year of Faith

    Paper Presented: The Bill Of Rights Of Candidates In Formation

    4.Convention: Canon Law Society of Kenya 2013

    26th – 29th August 2013

    Paper Presented: Mixed Marriages

    5.Seminar to Kenya Association of Vocation Animators (KAVA)

    22 october 2013

    Venue: Dimesse Siters

    Paper Presented: Rights And Duties Of Vocation Animators

    6.Seminar:

    6th November 2013

    Theme: Canon Law Issues of Interest

    Paper Presented: The Law on the Office and Ministry of Vocations Promoter

    7.First Round Table Discussion: School of Graduate Studies

    22nd May 2014

    Venue: Learning Resource Centre – CUEA

    Paper Presented: Mixed Marriages and Challenges in Family Life Today

    III. Rev. Dr. Pius Male

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome),

    STD (Doctorate in Sacred Theology – Missiology: Pontifical Gregoriana University, Rome)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: Ottawa),

    STL (Licentiate in Sacred Theology – Missiology: Pontifical Gregoriana University, Rome)

    Publications

    1.  Pius Male Ssentumbwe, The Role of Temporal Goods in the Life and Mission of the Church Towards an Understanding and Application of Church Property Law in Mission Territories, According to Canon 1254 of the Code of Canon Law, Doctoral Dissertation, Lateran University, Rome 2003.

    2.  Pius Male Ssentumbwe, Renewing the Face of the World through Cooperation for Peace: The Promotion of a Culture of Peace in the Mission of the Holy See and the United Nations from 1965 to 2000, Doctoral Dissertation, Lateran University Gregorian University, Rome 2007.

    3. Pius Male Ssentumbwe, Peace: Crucial Mission f the Holy See & United Nations, AFER, Volume 50, Nos. 3 & 4, September – December, 2008,

    4. Pius Male Ssentumbwe, International, Academic Conference on Philosophy of War and Peace, CUEA Presented Paper: Human Dignity: Foundation for Peace 115-17 November 2007.

    5. Pius Male Ssentumbwe, Dynamics of World Peace: Holy See And UN Cooperation, AMECEA Gaba PUBLICATIONS, 287 PAGES.

    IV.Rev. Dr. Dieudonné Ngona Mugharua

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi)

    I.Publications

    1.Small Christian Communities (SCCs) as Sources of Renewal for Parish Life: A Theological-Canonical Approach (Nairobi: St. Joseph the Worker Printing Press, 1995), xiv, 263, published excerpt of the Doctoral Dissertation.

    2.“Inculturation as a Face of African Theology Today,” in Faces of African Theology. Proceedings of the Seventh Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology and Department of Religious Studies, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, edited by Patrick Ryan (Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2003), pp. 134-169.

    3.“Priests and the Administration of the Temporal Goods of the Church,” in Journal of Inculturation Theology, Volume 5, no. 1 (April 2003), pp. 22-53.

    4.“The Small Christian Communities and the Internal Organisation of the Local Churches: A Juridic Point of View,” in African Christian Studies Vol. 19, no 3 (September 2003), pp. 5-16.

    5.“Theology of Inculturation in Africa Today: A Canonical Perspective,” in Theology of Inculturation in Africa Today: Methods, Praxis and Mission. Proceedings of the Eighth Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology and Department of Religious Studies, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, edited by Patrick Ryan (Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2004), pp. 15-37.

    6.“Proof and Registration of Baptism: An Administrative Dimension of the Celebration of Baptism,” African Christian Studies Vol. 25, no. 2 (June 2009), pp. 51-61.

    7.“Saint Paul and Relationship to Church Authority in the Light of Galatians 2: 11-14 and Canon 212,” in Celebrating the Jubilee Year of Saint Paul: Apostle, Missionary and Martyr. 11th Interdisciplinary Theological Session March 4-6, 2009 (Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2009), pp. 152-179.

    8.“The Parish Priest and His Collaborators the Parish Vicar(s),” in African Christian Studies, Vol. 26, number 2 (June 2010), pp. 50-69.

    9.“Duties of the Parish Priest as Proper Pastor,” in African Journal of Canon Law Studies, Volume 1, Number 1, (January 2014), pp. 74-96.

    10.“African Background and Notion of Laity in View of their Participation in the Life and Mission of the Church,” in African Journal of Canon Law Studies, Volume 1, no. 2 (June 2014).

    II.Presentations at Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

    1.“Participation of the Laity in the Life and Mission of the Church,” presented on 22nd March 2000 as part of the 1999/2000 Staff Seminars of the Faculty of Theology

    2.“The Chancellor, Other Notaries and the Archives,” presented during the Canon Law Society of East Africa, Kenya Branch Workshop at the Resurrection Garden/Nairobi on 2nd May 2000

    3.“The Small Christian Communities from the Legal Point of View,” presented during the Canon Law Society of East Africa, Kenya Branch at the Resurrection Garden/Nairobi on 4th May 2000

    4.“Main Canonical Norms Regarding Confirmation, the Sacrament of the Apostolate,” presented during the Canon Law Society of East Africa, Kenya Branch Workshop at the Resurrection Garden/Nairobi on 18th June 2001

    5.“Canonical Norms Regarding the Anointing of the Sick,” presented during the same Workshop at the Resurrection Garden/Nairobi on 20th June 2001

    6.“Priests and the Administration of the Temporal Goods of the Church,” presented during the Workshop of Priests of the Suffragan Dioceses of the Nairobi Metropolitan See, at the Blessed Bakanja College/Nairobi on 28th June 2002

    7.“Vows in Religious Life,” presented during the Workshop of Sisters of the Association of Sisterhoods of Kenya (AOSK) preparing for perpetual vows at Tumanini Centre from 17-20 May 2003.

    8.“Parish Priests and the Administration of the Goods of the Church,” presented at Saint Mary Pastoral Centre in Nakuru/Kenya on 28th May 2003

    9. “Catholic Identity from the Perspective of Ex Corde Ecclesiae and Sapientia Christiana,” presented at the Seminar of the Department of Canon Law of CUEA in 2008.

    10.“Brief Historical Development and Theology of the Parish,” presented at the Canon Law Society of Kenya Convention in Mombasa, September 2009.

    11.“The Parish Priest and Other Institutions and Movements in the Parish,” presented at the Canon Law Society of Kenya Convention in Mombasa, September 2009.

    12.“The Parish Priest and His Collaborators: Parish Vicars, Vicars Forane, Religious and Laity,” presented at the Canon Law Society of Kenya Convention in Mombasa, September 2009.

    13.Suspension of Priests and Its Implications presented during the Theological Interdisciplinary Session in March 2010.

    14.“Freedom of Research in a Catholic University”, presented during an Academic Colloquium with the general theme “Ministry, Education and Research”, in December 2010.

    15.“University Studies”, presented at St. Cyprian Major Seminary (Bunia-DRC), in December, 2011.

    16.“New Approach to the Knowledge of Canon Law”, presented during a Seminar in March 2012.

    17.“Rights and Duties of Christ’s Faithful,” presented during the First Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law on the theme “Canon Law and the Year of Faith”, on 25 March 2013

    18.“Intention of the Donor in Canon Law,” presented during the Second Academic Seminar of the Institute of Canon Law on the theme “Canon Law Issues of Interest,” on 6th November 2013.

    19.“Clerics – Religious and Politics in Canon Law,” presented during the 16th Interdisciplinary Theological Session 2014 on the theme “Quest for an African Political Theology,” on 28th February 2014.

    20.“The Parish Priest and the Pastoral Care of the Family,” presented during the Seminar of the Institute of Canon Law on the theme “Challenges of the Family,” in March 2014.

    V.Rev. Dr. Daniel Macharia Ngure

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: Pontifical Santa Croce University, Rome)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: Pontifical Santa Croce University, Rome)

    Presentations at Conferences, Seminars, Canon Law Conventions and Interdisciplinary Sessions

    1.Daniel Ngure, St Paul: A Man Who was Conscious of Rights Accorded by Natural and Positive Law- 12th Interdisciplinary Theological.

    2.Daniel Ngure, The Notion of the Parish in 1983 Code- Canon Law Society of Kenya 2009.

    3.Daniel Ngure, The Duties, Rights and Obligations of a Parish Priest- Canon Law Society of Kenya 2009.

    4.Daniel Ngure, The influence of the Social Teaching of the Church on the integral and sustainable development in Kenya in Reference to Self Help Group; Leaders of Self help Groups in the Archdiocese Nairobi, Amani Centre Thika Road 2005.

    5.Daniel Ngure, Temporal Goods of the Church: Canonical Understanding of 1983 Code; Metropolitan Province of Mwanza, Tanzania 2006.

    6.Daniel Ngure, Administration of Temporal Goods in a Religious Institute: Assumption Sisters of Nairobi, Nairobi 2008

    7.Daniel Ngure, Catholic Identity and Catholic Education: Canonical Reflection, CUEA Nairobi 2008.

    8.Daniel Ngure, Canonical Issues Affecting marriage; Nairobi East Deanery, Umoja Church Nairobi 2008.

    9.Daniel Ngure, The Challenges Facing AMECEA region in Deeper Evangelization- 13th Interdisciplinary Theological Session, CUEA.

    10.Daniel Ngure, The African University in Service of peaceful Community: Contribution of Religion in bringing harmony to Communities- Conference on The Catholic Universities in Africa for Peace and reconciliation CUEA 2009.

    11.Daniel Ngure, The notion of the Parish in 1983 Code- Canon Law Society of Kenya 2009.

    12.Daniel Ngure, The duties, Rights and Obligations of a Parish Priest- Canon Law Society of Kenya 2009.

    13.Rev. Dr. Daniel Ngure, The Role of Religion and Deeper Evangelization in Bringing Lasting Peace in Africa: A Challenge to Christian Churches in Africa; Conference in CUEA 2010.

    14.Daniel Ngure, The Mission, Goals of an African University; International Conference on the Idea of an African University Nairobi 2011.

    15.Daniel Ngure, Canonical Trials in Ecclesiastical Tribunal: Quest for Justice; Official of Ecclesiastical Tribunals in Kenya, Nairobi 2011.

    16.Daniel Ngure, The Mission, Goals and Objectives of an African University- International Conference on “The Ideal of an African University” CUEA 2011.

    17.Daniel Ngure, Renewed Understanding of Christian Marriage Since Vatican II: A call for Deeper Evangelization in the Family; 13th Interdisciplinary Session CUEA Nairobi March 2011.

    18.Daniel Ngure, The Human Person as Centre of New and Deeper Evangelization: A Challenge of the Church in Africa and Beyond; 15th Interdisciplinary Theological Session 2013.

    19.Daniel Ngure, The Contribution of the Church for the Quest of True Justice and Peace for the People of God, 2013.

    20.Daniel Ngure, Marriage Catechesis; 2nd Academic Seminar in the institute of Canon Law CUEA Nairobi 2014.

    21.Daniel Ngure, The Influence of the Social Teaching of the Church on the Integral and Sustainable Development in Africa, 16th Interdisciplinary Theological Session 2014.

    22.Daniel Ngure, Sanctions as means of protecting the common good, the rights and freedom of Christ’s Faithfull: A call for better understanding of Church law, Institute of Canon Law, 16th November 2014.

    VI. Sr. Dr. Noelina Nakato

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi)

    JCL (Licentiate in Canon Law: The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi)

    Publications at Conferences, Seminars, and Interdisciplinary Sessions

    1.Sr. Nakato Noelina, The challenges posed by Canon 1286 on Church employers: A perspective on some Religious Institutes in Uganda in relation to domestic workers.                                                                        A Doctoral Dissertation Nairobi: CUEA Press 2013.

    2.Nakato Noelina, Labour Laws and Social Justice. A focus on Domestic workers in the Church ( a book derived from the above dissertation), Eldoret: AMECEA GABA Publication - CUEA Press 2011.

    3.Nakato Noelina, “Saints as Educators in the New Evangelization”, in AFER, Education and Evangelization vol. 54 Nos. 3 & 4 September/December 2012), pp. 178-202.

    4.Nakato Noelina, “Canon Law as an Instrument for Renewal of Faith” in African Journal of Canon Law studies Vol. 1 Number 1st January 2014, pp. 28-50.

    Presentations

    1.Nakato Noelina, The Church State partnership in Agrarian Reform: A key to Sustainable DevelopmentUganda. Presented in the 16th Interdisciplinary Theological session on 28th February 2014, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa

    2.Nakato Noelina, Homosexuality a consensual incapacity: Presented in the 3rd canon law seminar on 19th march 2014, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa

    3.Nakato Noelina, Celebrating Hundred years of life and Legacy of Pius X:   A catalyst to fidelity in living Catholic faith in a secularized world. Presented in the 2nd Canon Law Seminar on 6th November 2013. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa

    4.Nakato Noelina, Church Penal Law: Authentic Means to Spirituality of Communion. Presented in the 1st Canon Law conference in the 1st Canon conference on 25th March 2013. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

    5.Nakato Noelina, Canonical consideration on Church media-communication n the Age of Globalization. Presented in the third social Theological forum on 17th October 2012. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa

    6.Nakato Noelina, The Laity and the Governing Office of the Church. Presented in the Seminar of the Institute of Canon Law on December 2011. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

    7.Nakato Noelina, Provisions of Canon 795: An Instrument in forming youth into leadership of integrity according to mind of St. Paul. Presented in the Theological Colloquium in April 2009. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa

    VII.Rev. Dr. Robert Lezohupski

    JCD (Doctorate in Canon Law: Pontifical Lateran University, Rome),

    LL.M (Master of Law) University of Gdansk (Poland)

    Master of Arts in Theology Faculty of Theology (Warsaw – Poland)

    Course for Vocation Formators for the Consecrated Life (Pontifical Salesian University, Rome)

    Publications

    1.       Instytucja agencji rządowej w polskim systemie prawnym [The institution of governmental agency in Polish law system], in: „Lignum Vitae” n. 1 (2000), pp. 329-341.

    2.       Idea osobowości prawnej [The idea of the juridical person], in: „Lignum Vitae” n. 3 (2002), pp. 411-422.

    3.       Aspekty ustrojowe analizy podmiotów prawnych [The aspects of systemic analysis of legal entities], in: „Lignum Vitae” n. 4 (2003), pp. 463-478.

    4.       Prowincja św. Maksymiliana M. Kolbego Zakonu Braci Mniejszych Konwentualnych w Polsce w świetle obowiązującego prawodawstwa. Studium prawne [Province of St. Maximilian Kolbe, Order of Friars Minor Conventual in Poland in the light of existing legislation. Legal studies], Niepokalanów 2007.

    5.       De instituto religioso utpote persona iuridica, Roma 2009.

    6.       Wokół idei „universitas”. Tożsamość współczesnego uniwersytetu [The idea of "universitas". The identity of the modern university], in: „Teologia Prakrtyczna”, vol. 12, 2011, pp. 205–216.

    7.       Zasłuchanie i zachowanie – w poszukiwaniu istoty posłuszeństwa kapłańskiego [The intently listening and the observance - in the search of the essence of the priestly obedience], in: „Perspectiva. Legnickie Studia Teologiczne”, n. 1(20), 2012, pp.79–94.

    8.       Breviarium confessoris – wybrane zagadnienia praktyczne odnośnie do sakramentu pokuty [Breviarium confessoris - selected practical issues regarding the sacrament of penance], in: „Prawo i Kościół”, v. 4 (2012), pp. 129–157.

    9.       Code of Canon Law. The only English edition updated with M. P. Omnium in mentem, Nairobi 2013 (ed.: revised and updated).

    10.     Code of Canon Law. The only English edition updated with M. P. Omnium in mentem, Nairobi 2013 (ed.: revised and updated).

    11.     J. Burke (+), R. Leżohupski (rev., upd.), Dictionary of Canon Law. An African inculturated edition, Nairobi 2014.

    Presentations at Workshops, Seminars and Conferences

    1.       Participation in the XIV International Canon Law Congress on Administrative Function In Canon Law organized by Canon law Society of Poland in conjunction with the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, Faculty of Canon Law and Consociatio Internationalis Studio Iuris Canonici Promovendo, Warsaw, 14-18 September, 2011.

    2.       Presenter of position paper on Pomoc duszpasterska skrupulantom w praktyce sakramentu pokuty i pojednania [The pastoral help to the persons touched by scrupulosity in the practice of the sacrament of penance] in International Psychological Conference on Nauka wobec religijności i duchowości człowieka [The science towards religiosity and spirituality of a human being] organized by University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Social Sciences, 24th-25th April 2012.

    3.       Organization and academic coordination of the interdisciplinary conference on Ochrona własności intelektualnej w Kościele [Protection of the intellectual property in the Church] organized by Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, Faculty of Theology, Canon Law Institute, 24th May 2012 with presentation of position paper on Prawo autorskie w praktyce duszpasterskiej Kościoła [The law of the author in pastoral practice of the Church].

    4.       Participation in the Symposium on Church and the world: Celebrating the Pastoral Vision of the Second Vatican Council, organized by the Tangaza University College, School of Theology, CUEA, 21st and 22nd February 2013.

    5.       Participation in the First Academic Conference of the Institute of Canon Law at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, CUEA, 25th March 2013.

    6.       Presenter of position paper on The Code of Canon Law Untouchable? Changes to CIC’83, Second Academic Seminar of the Institute of Canon Law, at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, CUEA, 6th November 2013.

    7.       Organization and academic coordination of the canon law conference on Participation of the laity in the mission of the Church organized by the Tangaza University College, School of Theology, CUEA, 17th and 18th February 2014 with presentation of position paper on Participation of the laity in the governing office.

    8.       Organization and academic coordination of the International Video Conference on The reception of Canon Law in Africa hosted by the Tangaza University College, School of Theology, CUEA, in conjunction with the Institute of Canon Law, CUEA and the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland), 19th February 2014.

    9.       Organization and academic coordination of the International Video Conference on Social and Cultural determinants of Marriage and Family - African Context hosted by the Tangaza University College, School of Theology, CUEA, in conjunction with the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland), Institute of Family Studies and Social Work 12th March 2014 (on going).

    10.     Organization and academic coordination of the canon law conference on Commemorating the anniversary of John Paul II dies natalis in view of His canonization organized by the Tangaza University College, School of Theology, CUEA, 2nd April 2014 with presentation of position paper on John Paul II – The African Heritage. Opening remarks (on going).

    11.     Presenter of position paper (skype conference) on John Paul II and Africa – mutual trust and understanding in International Symposium on Święty pośród Świętych. Przed kanonizacją Jana Pawła II [Sanit among the Saints. Before the canonization of John Paull II] organized by the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland), Faculty of Law, canon Law and Administration, 2nd April 2014.

    12.     Presenter of position paper on The challenges of reception and implementation of canonical penal law in Africa, at the XV International Congress of Canon Law, Crime and Punishment. Nature, Problems and Perspectives of Canonical Penal Law and Its Relation to Civil Law, organized by Consociatio Internationalis Studio Iuris Canonici Promovendo and School of Canon Law, at The Catholic University of America, Washington DC, 17-21.9.2014.

    13.     Presenter of position paper (skype conference) on Wyzwania prawa rodzinnego w krajach Afryki Środkowo-Wschodniej w obliczu radykalnych przemian społeczno-kulturowych region (kazus Kenii) [Family Law in Eastern Africa facing the new realities connected to the radical social-cultural regional changes (Kenia case)] in International Conference on Rodzina i Polityka. W 20tą rocznicę Międzynarodowego Roku Rodziny 1994--2014 [The Family and Politics. In 20th anniversary of the International Family Day 1994-2014] organized by the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland), Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration, 22ndOctober 2014.

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