The recent denials of the dogmatic character of Trent's teaching on divorce was mentioned in previous posts about Thomists. It is helpful to supplement these texts with the non-Thomistic account by Giovanni Perrone, S.J. You can find many references to other discussions in his notes, and he has some material on Sarpius and Launoy, who denied that the canon is about the teaching of the Church on a dogmatic issue. The discussion of the canon is on pp., 407-420. There is interesting background material on the Greeks starting at p. 389. He seems to be followed by Van de Burgt in his Tractatus de Matrimonio. I don't have a copy of the update by Shaepman. Any links or suggestions would be helpful. I imagine that this material will be more solidly covered by Brugge, but it is interesting to read over.
The previous post is here.