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The Formation and Ordination of Clergy in Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Law Edited by Norman Doe The Acts of the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Colloquia of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, Rome 2005, Johannesburg 2006, Rome 2007 Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff, 2009, 161pp ISBN: 978-0-9558097-3-6 - Marriage in Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Law Edited by Norman Doe The Acts of the Ninth Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, Malta 2008 Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff, 2009, 119pp ISBN: 978-0-9558097-4-3

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1 Details were published in this Journal at: First Colloquium, Rome, 1999, on Comparative Law of Church Property, (1999) 5 Ecc LJ 281; Second Colloquium, Windsor, 2000, on Clergy Discipline, (2001) 6 Ecc LJ 61; Third Colloquium, Rome, 2002, on Church Membership and the Process of Christian Initiation, (2002) 6 Ecc LJ 403; Fourth Colloquium, Cardiff and St David's, 2003, on Authority, (2003) 7 Ecc LJ 225; Fifth Colloquium, London, 2004, on the development of a strategy to identify ‘canonical opportunities’ for further ecumenical dialogue, (2005) 8 Ecc LJ 99. More details on the Colloquium in general can be found in ‘A decade of ecumenical dialogue on canon law’, (2009) 11 Ecc LJ 284–328.

2 The meetings were reported at (2006) 8 Ecc LJ 358, 406, 484 and (2007) 9 Ecc LJ 357.

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