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|Canon 1364.||§1 An apostate from the faith, a heretic or a schismatic incurs a latae sententiae excommunication, without prejudice to the provision of can. 194 §1 n. 2; he or she may also be punished with the penalties mentioned in can. 1336 §§2-4.
§2 If a long-standing contempt or the gravity of scandal calls for it, other penalties may be added, not excluding dismissal from the clerical state.
|Canon 1365.||A person who, apart from the case mentioned in canon 1364 §1, teaches a doctrine condemned by the Roman Pontiff, or by an Ecumenical Council, or obstinately rejects the teaching mentioned in canon 750 §2 or canon 752 and, when warned by the
Apostolic See or the Ordinary, does not retract, is to be punished with a censure and deprivation of office; to these sanctions others mentioned in can. 1336 §§2-4 may be added.
|Canon 1366.||A person who appeals from an act of the Roman Pontiff to an Ecumenical
Council or to the College of Bishops is to be punished with a censure.
|Canon 1367.||Parents and those taking the place of parents who hand over their children to be baptised or brought up in a non-Catholic religion are to be punished with a censure or other just penalty.|
|Canon 1368.||A person is to be punished with a just penalty who, at a public event or assembly, or in a published writing, or by otherwise using the means of social communication, utters blasphemy, or gravely harms public morals, or rails at or excites hatred of or contempt for religion or the Church.|
|Canon 1369.||A person who profanes a sacred object, moveable or immovable, is to be punished with a just penalty.|
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