Pactum De Singularis Caelum
Covenant of One Heaven
Objects (Unique Collective)
Article 57 - Magisterium
The word “Magisterium” originally comes from Latin and means “duty and power to preside over and interpret; the power and authority to instruct or teach; the duty and power of watcher, protector and guardian”.
When anyone references, writes or speaks of Magisterium specifically or in general as a quality, force, action, power, authority or any other manifestation, it shall mean this body and the powers vested in it and no other.
The valid gift, grant and conveyance of Magisterium is hereby vested in all uniquely named offices of teaching, instruction, custody and guardianship defined by the present Covenant and associated Covenants and Charters.
A teaching, instruction, custody or guardianship office not uniquely named within the present Covenant or associated Covenants and Charters may still receive the valid authority of Magisterium by the gift or grant of such power through the exercise of power and authority of an office that has been granted such power by the present Covenant.