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Code of Canon Law

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  • BOOK II : THE PEOPLE OF GOD
    • PART III : INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE AND SOCIETIES OF APOSTOLIC LIFE
      • SECTION I: INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE
        • TITLE II: RELIGIOUS INSTITUTES (Cann. 607 - 709)
          • CHAPTER VIII : CONFERENCES OF MAJOR SUPERIORS
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CHAPTER VIII : CONFERENCES OF MAJOR SUPERIORS

Can. 708 Major Superiors can usefully meet together in conferences and councils, so that by combined effort they may work to achieve more fully the purpose of each institute, while respecting the autonomy, nature and spirit of each. They can also deal with affairs which are common to all, and work to establish suitable coordination and cooperation with Episcopal Conferences and with individual Bishops.

Can. 709 Conferences of major Superiors are to have their own statutes, which must be approved by the Holy See. Only the Holy See can establish them or give them juridical personality. They remain under the ultimate direction of the Holy See.




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