Canonical Pensions

Canonical Pensions were annuities granted in the ancient Christian Church to those who had spent the greater part of their lives in the service of the Church, and desired to be disburdened of their office on account of age and infirmity. It was granted out of the revenues of the Church by authority of the synod.

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