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1 1,19 | competent ecclesiastical authority is given.~ 2 1,24 | to judgment by competent authority, to be judged in accordance~ 3 1,26 | common good, ecclesiastical authority has competence~to regulate 4 2,27 | of law which the supreme authority of the Church expressly 5 3 | TITLE 3~The Supreme Authority of the Church~ 6 3,46 | them in his name~and by his authority for the good of all the 7 3,52 | deliberative vote. 2. The supreme~authority of the Church can also call 8 4,56 | approved by the supreme authority of the Church.~ 9 4,57 | reserved to the supreme authority of the~Church. 2. Only the 10 4,57 | Church. 2. Only the supreme authority of the Church can modify 11 4,98 | agreements with a civil authority which are not~contrary to 12 4,146 | superior administrative authority of each Church sui iuris 13 5,151 | recognized by the Supreme Authority of the Church, who presides~ 14 6,155 | the right of the supreme authority of the Church to erect, 15 6,167 | superior administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, however, 16 6,176 | superior administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, the 17 6,176 | sui iuris, the competent authority in these Churches is the 18 7,178 | regulated by the Supreme Authority of the Church and can~be 19 7,193 | relations with~the higher authority of that Church. 2. The eparchial 20 7,193 | agreement, act by their~own authority and notify the Apostolic 21 7,202 | Churches sui iuris exercising~authority in the same territory are 22 7,204 | eparchial~bishop exercising his authority within the territorial boundaries~ 23 7,206 | eparchial bishop exercising his authority in the territorial boundaries 24 7,208 | eparchial bishop exercising authority within the territorial boundaries 25 7,210 | eparchial bishop exercising authority inside the territorial boundaries 26 7,220 | of the patriarch obtains authority, but is not to exercise 27 7,221 | govern the eparchy with~that authority which common law accords 28 7,221 | appointed immediately obtains authority and does not~need any confirmation. 29 7,224 | upon him by the law; this authority is to~be exercised under 30 7,224 | to~be exercised under the authority of the administrator of 31 7,226 | can~retain any part of the authority for themselves nor determine 32 7,231 | constituted by the same authority and in the same manner~as 33 7,232 | out his office under the authority of the administrator of 34 7,242 | eparchial assembly to the authority which the particular law 35 7,246 | have by the law itself the~authority which common law attributes 36 7,251 | the eparchial~bishop, the authority of the protosyncellus and 37 7,262 | finance officer, under the authority of the eparchial~bishop, 38 7,272 | responsibility it is, under the authority of the eparchial bishop, 39 7,281 | determined parish under the~authority of the same eparchial bishop. 40 7,284 | eparchial~bishop or other authority determined by the particular 41 7,302 | eparchial bishop and under the authority of the pastor; but, unless 42 7,308 | of the~church or higher authority, no one is allowed to celebrate 43 7,309 | Canon 309~Under the authority of the local hierarch and 44 8,315 | subject in all things to the authority of the exarch.~ 45 8,319 | persons in the judgment of the authority~who established or modified 46 8,320 | soon as possible inform~the authority whose right it is to appoint 47 9,322 | Latin, exercising their authority in the same nation or region,~ 48 9,322 | the patriarch or another authority designated by the Apostolic~ 49 9,322 | Church sui iuris or to the authority~of the patriarchs, synods, 50 10,323 | competent ecclesiastical authority,~are deputed through a gift 51 10,334 | same eparchies or by higher authority, however~with the consent 52 10,334 | hierarchs if that higher~authority is of a metropolitan Church 53 10,334 | without the consent of the authority which erected the~common 54 10,334 | consent of their higher~authority.~ 55 10,337 | need~the approval of the authority which erected the seminary 56 10,337 | approval belongs to the authority determined in the statutes.~ 57 10,341 | Canon 341~1. The authority which erected the seminary 58 10,351 | mandate~from ecclesiastical authority, are faithfully to teach 59 10,365 | obtain the consent of the authority~determined by the same particular 60 10,371 | to them by the competent authority~whenever, in the judgment 61 10,371 | the judgment of this same authority, the needs of~the Church 62 10,384 | patriarch or of another authority, the need to protect the 63 10,385 | except with permission of the authority defined by particular law 64 10,388 | outside the place where the authority who granted the dignity 65 10,388 | the dignity exercises his authority or upon the granting of 66 10,388 | unless they accompany the authority who had granted the dignity 67 11,404 | competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 68 11,408 | admitted by a competent authority to other functions, excepting~ 69 11,408 | subject to ecclesiastical authority in respect to the exercise 70 12,412 | to another ecclesiastical~authority.~ 71 12,414 | been approved by a higher authority; (2) ~to grant dispensations 72 12,415 | religious are subject to the authority of the local~hierarch in 73 12,417 | to the attention of the authority to which the institute is~ 74 12,419 | institutes which they head to the authority to which~they are immediately 75 12,419 | form prescribed by the same authority. 2. Superiors of~institutes 76 12,431 | and is~not subject to the authority of the superiors, and remains 77 12,433 | typicon approved by competent authority.~ 78 12,440 | is reserved to the~same authority spoken of in can. 439. 2. 79 12,440 | 3. It is~reserved to the authority which suppressed the confederation 80 12,441 | to them in law or by the authority to which~they are subject, 81 12,471 | approved by ecclesiastical authority.~ 82 12,478 | permission is required of the~authority to whom the monastery is 83 12,485 | monastery sui iuris has the authority, with~the consent of the 84 12,487 | monastery subject to the~same authority, the permission of the same 85 12,487 | the permission of the same authority is required;~but if the 86 12,487 | sought is subject~to another authority, the permission of this 87 12,487 | the permission of this authority is also~required. 3. The 88 12,489 | indult can be granted by the authority to~whom the monastery is 89 12,490 | Exclaustration can be imposed by the authority to which the monastery is 90 12,497 | or she shall inform the~authority to whom the monastery is 91 12,498 | defer the matter to~the authority to which the monastery is 92 12,498 | exercise the order unless the authority to whom the~monastery is 93 12,500 | unless~it is approved by the authority to whom the monastery is 94 12,501 | done by the tribunal of the authority immediately superior to 95 12,504 | competent ecclesiastical~authority in which the members, although 96 12,504 | competent ecclesiastical~authority in which the members make 97 12,505 | as such by ecclesiastical authority.~ 98 12,508 | erected ones, pertains to~the authority determined by the statutes 99 12,510 | congregation is~reserved to the authority which in accordance with 100 12,512 | synaxis, which holds higher authority according to~the norm of 101 12,516 | discharge their duties under the authority of the superior. 2. A~major 102 12,524 | The~novice is under the authority of the director and the 103 12,536 | approved by ecclesiastical authority.~ 104 12,548 | exclaustration can be granted by the authority~to which the order or congregation 105 12,548 | can be decreed by the same authority at the request of the superior 106 12,549 | council, to the competent~authority. 2. In orders, an indult 107 12,551 | congregations. ~The competent authority is the major superior having 108 12,552 | eparchial bishop or another~authority to which the order or congregation 109 12,554 | dependent on the ecclesiastical~authority as congregations are, in 110 12,562 | statutes of~the society the authority who is to dispense from 111 12,566 | dependence on ecclesiastical~authority cann. 414, 506, 507, 2, 112 12,568 | competent higher ecclesiastical authority; it is up to the~same eparchial 113 12,568 | same eparchial bishop or authority to also dissolve the sacred~ 114 13,573 | competent ecclesiastical~authority, or approved by the decree 115 13,573 | by the decree of the same authority, are~juridic persons in 116 13,573 | recommended by ecclesiastical authority, are called private associations; 117 13,573 | are reviewed by competent authority but otherwise they are regulated 118 13,574 | competent ecclesiastical authority alone has the right to erect 119 13,574 | the~same ecclesiastical authority.~ 120 13,575 | Canon 575~1. The competent authority for erecting or approving 121 13,576 | approval of the ecclesiastical authority which erected or~approved 122 13,577 | vigilance of the ecclesiastical authority which erected or approved 123 13,577 | erected or approved it; this authority~is to see that the integrity 124 13,577 | case may be, to notify the authority which has erected~or approved 125 13,582 | under the vigilance of~the authority which erected or approved 126 14,585 | preachers sent by the competent authority according to the norms of 127 15,597 | possesses infallible teaching authority if, as supreme pastor and 128 15,597 | possesses infallible teaching authority if the bishops,~gathered 129 15,597 | exercise their teaching authority, and, as teachers and judges 130 15,600 | enjoy infallible teaching authority, the~bishops who are in 131 15,621 | prescribed by the supreme authority of the Church. 2. ~In this 132 15,624 | determined by competent authority, make the utmost effort 133 15,632 | superior ecclesiastical authority or has been recognized as 134 15,634 | competent ecclesiastical~authority, if for the most part its 135 15,636 | whatever is subject to~the authority and vigilance of the eparchial 136 15,642 | the higher administrative authority of a Church sui iuris after 137 15,642 | patriarchal Church this higher~authority is the patriarch with the 138 15,644 | mandate of the ecclesiastical authority designated by those mentioned 139 15,644 | mentioned in can. 642; the same authority can remove this mandate 140 15,648 | competent ecclesiastical~authority, cultivate and teach the 141 15,649 | superior administrative authority, as in can. 642, together 142 15,661 | Approval granted by competent authority shows that the text is accepted 143 15,661 | eparchial bishop or a superior authority means that it expresses 144 15,662 | or finally by a superior authority having~executive power over 145 15,666 | whatever ecclesiastical authority and of their authentic collections; 146 15,666 | of the same or superior authority, and~observing the conditions 147 16,668 | through an act approved by the authority of the Church, is called 148 16,668 | public~worship the competent authority is the one mentioned in 149 16,668 | was established by this authority.~ 150 16,669 | deposit, it is for the supreme authority of~the Church alone to approve 151 16,670 | bishop or by a superior authority. 2. If non-Catholic Christians 152 16,671 | least the local competent authority of~the non-Catholic Church 153 16,722 | grant made by a competent authority. 4. Priests who are endowed 154 16,726 | revoked by another competent authority, the presbyter loses it 155 16,727 | reserved to a determined authority; these reservations cannot~ 156 16,729 | requested from the competent authority without grave inconvenience 157 16,729 | boundaries in which the authority who makes the~reservation 158 16,731 | confessor~to ecclesiastical authority concerning the crime of 159 16,734 | 2. One who is placed~in authority can in no way use for external 160 16,753 | to be operative when~the authority of the one granting them 161 16,767 | in which~the competent authority cannot be reached and there 162 16,767 | responsibility of approaching that authority as~soon as possible.~ 163 16,769 | Canon 769~1. The authority who admits a candidate for 164 16,769 | the archive of the same authority.~ 165 16,780 | the competence of civil authority concerning~the merely civil 166 16,792 | Apostolic See; no lower authority, however, can establish 167 16,797 | obtained from the competent authority, the power of dispensing 168 16,797 | recourse to the competent authority.~ 169 16,813 | permission of the competent authority.~ 170 16,833 | to inform~the competent authority of those Christian faithful 171 16,848 | consent, granted by competent authority and including a dispensation 172 16,856 | interrogation is made by the authority of the~local hierarch of 173 16,863 | ecclesiastical~or civil authority. 3. If the innocent spouse 174 16,863 | competent ecclesiastical~authority; this authority, after having 175 16,863 | ecclesiastical~authority; this authority, after having investigated 176 16,864 | or even on his or her own~authority if there is danger in delay. 177 16,864 | established otherwise by competent authority.~ 178 16,880 | 880~1. Only the supreme authority of the Church can establish,~ 179 16,880 | due regard for 3. ~2. The authority of a Church sui iuris which 180 16,885 | saints or the blessed by~the authority of the Church.~ 181 16,887 | the hierarch who exercises authority over that~same church, with 182 17,899 | established by the competent authority; a bishop cannot validly 183 19,910 | minor person is under the authority of parents or guardians, 184 19,921 | concession of the competent authority granted~by decree. 2. By 185 19,921 | competent ecclesiastical authority is not to confer juridic 186 19,922 | concession of~ecclesiastical authority must have its own statutes, 187 19,922 | statutes, approved by~the authority that is competent to set 188 19,926 | through the~care of the authority that, in the case of its 189 19,926 | responsible for these things; this authority has the duty in accordance 190 19,926 | must be carried out by that authority~which is immediately responsible 191 19,926 | upon the immediately higher authority if it cannot be~carried 192 19,926 | with the law; this same authority has~the duty of administration 193 19,927 | suppressed by the competent authority, or if in fact it has been 194 19,928 | been approved by a higher authority;~(3) in other cases, the 195 19,928 | 3) in other cases, the authority which sets up juridic persons~ 196 19,928 | the consent of a higher~authority.~ 197 19,929 | part, it~is the duty of the authority who is responsible for the 198 19,934 | judgment, is overriding. 3. The authority which requires consent or 199 19,934 | be insisted upon by~the authority.~ 200 20,936 | himself or by competent authority to be~exercised for a spiritual 201 20,936 | the decree of a competent authority. 3. That authority which 202 20,936 | competent authority. 3. That authority which is competent to establish 203 20,939 | conferral of a competent authority; (2) if preceded by an election, 204 20,940 | decree of the competent authority which must act observing~ 205 20,947 | elapsed~without action, the authority having the right to confirm 206 20,947 | office. 2. The competent authority can do the same thing if 207 20,948 | rescinded by~the competent authority, provided that according 208 20,959 | confirmation by~the competent authority not beyond eight days of 209 20,960 | Canon 960~1. The competent authority cannot deny confirmation 210 20,961 | person from the competent authority, unless something else is~ 211 20,963 | available time to the competent authority to whom confirmation of 212 20,963 | the election belongs; this authority, if it does not have the 213 20,963 | dispensation~from the competent authority; if confirmation is not 214 20,963 | be sent to the competent authority so that~the dispensation 215 20,963 | postulation; the competent authority~is not obliged to admit 216 20,963 | already sent to a competent authority.~ 217 20,964 | admitted by the competent~authority the right of electing reverts 218 20,965 | expiration in any way of~the authority of the one who conferred 219 20,965 | writing by the competent~authority. 4. The title of emeritus 220 20,969 | must be submitted to the authority who~is responsible for the 221 20,970 | yet been accepted. 3. The authority is not to accept a resignation 222 20,973 | prescribed by the competent authority. 2. The person transferred 223 20,974 | legitimately issued by a competent authority, with due regard for~rights 224 20,975 | discretion of a competent authority, that person can be removed 225 20,975 | the judgment of the same authority, considered just with due 226 20,976 | declaration of a competent authority.~ 227 20,977 | decree of the competent authority, this same authority is 228 20,977 | competent authority, this same authority is to take care such support 229 21,982 | withdrawn when that hierarch's authority ceases,~but it transfers 230 21,985 | below the highest Church~authority cannot be validly delegated, 231 21,988 | power delegated by another authority having ordinary power was 232 21,992 | by the expiration of the authority of~the one delegating, unless 233 22,997 | recourse to the superior authority of the one who gave the 234 22,998 | avoided. 2. The superior authority should encourage the parties 235 22,1000| petitioned~from his superior authority who can decide it only for 236 22,1000| recourse is proposed later, the authority~who must deal with the recourse 237 22,1002| Canon 1002~The superior authority must issue a decree by which 238 22,1003| advocate and the superior authority considers it necessary; 239 22,1003| necessary; the~superior authority can always order the person 240 22,1004| Canon 1004~The superior authority who examines the recourse, 241 22,1004| revoke it, but the superior authority cannot amend it unless~by 242 22,1004| accorded to the superior authority.~ 243 22,1005| a decree from a superior authority is confirmed, declared~null, 244 22,1005| should respond; the superior authority should respond only~to the 245 23,1008| goods. 2. Under the supreme authority of~the Roman Pontiff, ownership 246 23,1011| Canon 1011~The competent authority has the right to require 247 23,1012| juridic persons subject to his authority and which should be proportionate 248 23,1015| without the permission of the authority they are subject to and 249 23,1020| Canon 1020~1. Every authority is under the grave obligation 250 23,1020| juridic person; the same authority~is to see that the rights 251 23,1020| The immediately higher authority is bound to urge the observance 252 23,1024| been given by competent authority. 2. The acts which go beyond~ 253 23,1024| within the competence of the authority to whom~the juridic person 254 23,1028| founder,~donor or legitimate authority; he must especially be on 255 23,1035| consent of the competent authority, without which the alienation 256 23,1035| prescribed by competent authority are also to be observed 257 23,1036| eparchial bishop; (3) the authority determined in typicon or 258 23,1040| alienation is civilly valid, the~authority superior to the one who 259 23,1041| special permission of the authority mentioned in~cann. 1036 260 23,1047| juridic person by competent~authority; (2) non-autonomous pious 261 23,1048| bishop or another higher authority. 2. In order for~a non-autonomous 262 24,1055| governance the superior authority in accordance with cann. 263 24,1061| who do not have a superior authority below the Roman Pontiff, 264 24,1064| whom there is no superior authority below the~Roman Pontiff, 265 24,1070| Canon 1070~Any authority establishing a tribunal 266 24,1070| statutes approved by the same authority, in which~shall be determined 267 24,1080| both the parties and the authority to whom the tribunal is 268 24,1107| exception is dealt with by the authority to which the tribunal is 269 24,1115| punished by the competent authority~with fitting penalties, 270 24,1137| curator appointed by civil authority is~present, this person 271 24,1141| be a Catholic unless the authority to which the tribunal is~ 272 24,1141| be approved by~the same authority.~ 273 24,1146| list of advocates~by the authority to whom the tribunal is 274 24,1152| pardon granted by competent authority and by prescription. 2. 275 24,1163| recourse is available to the authority to whom the tribunal is~ 276 24,1163| subject, provided that such authority is not the~judge himself, 277 25,1340| execution belongs to the authority to which the appellate~tribunal 278 27,1402| in~the judgment of the authority spoken of in 3, there are 279 27,1403| is reserved to a higher authority, until he has received~permission 280 27,1403| permission from the same authority.~ 281 27,1405| ecclesiastical law enacted~by higher authority, observing the territorial 282 27,1409| sufficiently punished by~civil authority; (3) moderate the penalties 283 27,1412| everywhere even after the authority of the one who~has imposed 284 27,1430| subject to the power of the authority~that establishes the penalty, 285 27,1432| subject to the power of the authority that imposes the penalty 286 27,1437| subjection to the supreme authority of the~Church, or who subject 287 27,1444| before an ecclesiastical authority,~or who without being under 288 27,1447| election or ecclesiastical authority or the legitimate use of 289 27,1447| elector or one who exercises authority or ministry, is to be punished 290 27,1459| without a mandate of competent authority, and the one who accepted 291 27,1460| directly or indirectly to civil authority in order~to obtain with 292 27,1464| an act of ecclesiastical authority, office,~ministry or other 293 28,1487| to the competent higher authority within ten available days ( 294 28,1487| the decision of the higher authority.~ 295 29,1491| Laws passed by the supreme authority of the Church are~binding 296 29,1491| the territory where the authority that promulgated~them exercises 297 29,1492| Laws enacted by the supreme authority of the Church, in which 298 29,1496| is usually granted~by the authority to whom it is reserved.~ 299 29,1514| the law is enacted~by the authority superior to the one who 300 29,1514| with the termination of~the authority of the one who issued it. 301 29,1514| administrative act of~competent authority takes effect only from the 302 29,1514| on the termination of the authority of the one who issued it, 303 29,1516| custom, unless~the competent authority has expressly added a derogatory 304 29,1518| extra-judicial decree the authority is to~seek out the necessary 305 29,1518| rights can be injured. 2. The authority is to disclose to the~petitioner 306 29,1518| time established by the authority itself.~ 307 29,1519| Canon 1518~The authority should issue a decree within 308 29,1521| writing, the ecclesiastical authority can issue it by reading 309 29,1522| conveyed to the executor by the authority who issued the administrative 310 29,1523| and immediately inform the~authority who issued the act. 2. If, 311 29,1531| been denied by a superior authority cannot~be validly granted 312 29,1531| validly granted by a inferior authority, unless the superior~authority 313 29,1531| authority, unless the superior~authority explicitly consents. 2. 314 29,1531| 2. A favor denied by an authority cannot be validly granted 315 29,1533| judgment of the competent authority, change to such a~degree 316 29,1534| accepted by the competent authority. 2. Any physical person 317 29,1536| privilege has been granted by an~authority superior to the hierarch, 318 29,1536| is obliged to~notify that authority.~ 319 29,1537| legislator himself or by an~authority superior to him, it is also 320 29,1539| reservation has~been made by the authority which made the laws. 2. 321 29,1539| laws. 2. If recourse~to the authority which has reserved to itself 322 29,1539| dispensation which the~same authority is used to grant under the 323 30,1542| visited by no ecclesiastical authority~and are no longer subject 324 30,1542| subject to any ecclesiastical authority.~


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