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1 Prel,4 | approved by the Apostolic See with nations or~other political 2 Prel,5 | this time by~the Apostolic See to physical and juridic 3 2,29 | established by the~Apostolic See. 2. If the child who has 4 2,30 | established by the~Apostolic See.~ 5 2,32 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. In the case of~Christian 6 2,32 | consent of the Apostolic See is presumed, provided that 7 2,35 | approaching the Apostolic~See in special cases of persons, 8 2,36 | rescript of the Apostolic~See provides otherwise.~ 9 2,40 | all other~hierarchs are to see most carefully to the faithful 10 3,47 | Canon 47~When the Roman see is vacant or entirely impeded 11 3,48 | Code the term "Apostolic See" or "Holy See" applies not~ 12 3,48 | Apostolic See" or "Holy See" applies not~only to the 13 3,53 | Canon 53~If the Apostolic See becomes vacant during the 14 4,57 | Church must~have a permanent see for the residence of the 15 4,57 | patriarch~takes his title; this see cannot be transferred except 16 4,59 | the first place comes the see of Constantinople, after 17 4,59 | antiquity of the patriarchal see. 4. ~Among the patriarchs 18 4,60 | in virtue of title of the see or senior~according to promotion. 19 4,60 | the title of a patriarchal see which they once held.~ 20 4,61 | procurator at the Apostolic See appointed~by him with the 21 4,65 | month of the~vacancy of the see with due regard for establishing 22 4,80 | vacancy of a metropolitan see; (4) to warn a metropolitan 23 4,81 | in a case the Apostolic See has directly communicated 24 4,85 | consulted the Apostolic See, the patriarch can establish 25 4,85 | and transfer the eparchial see. 2. ~With the consent of 26 4,85 | metropolitan, eparchial or titular see; if the bishop refuses,~ 27 4,85 | to notify the Apostolic~See of these decisions as soon 28 4,86 | election. The Apostolic See is to be~notified as soon 29 4,87 | support, the patriarch can~see to it that some bishops, 30 4,88 | 2. The patriarch is to see that~controversies which 31 4,92 | liturgical books and to see that it is done faithfully 32 4,93 | patriarch is to reside in his see and is not to be absent~ 33 4,95 | 2. The patriarch is to see~that the eparchial bishops 34 4,98 | established by the Apostolic See; the patriarch cannot put 35 4,99 | 99~1. The patriarch is to see that the personal Statutes 36 4,114 | patriarch must have at his see a patriarchal curia which 37 4,121 | constituted, the Apostolic See is to be notified and the 38 4,126 | Canon 126~1. The patriarchal see becomes vacant at the death 39 4,127 | vacancy of~the patriarchal see, the administrator of the 40 4,128 | vacancy of the patriarchal see; (2) to carry~out accurately 41 4,128 | carry~out accurately and to see that others carry out the 42 4,128 | vacancy of the patriarchal see; (3) to~convoke the bishops 43 4,130 | in~the vacant patriarchal see. 3. Even though he lacks 44 4,132 | 132~1. When a patriarchal see is impeded for whatever 45 4,132 | the impeded patriarchal see and of~his assumption of 46 4,134 | to a determined eparchial see. 2. A metropolitan in his 47 4,138 | approved by the Apostolic See or established by the same 48 4,138 | established by the same See.~ 49 4,139 | approval of the Apostolic See; to this metropolitan belong 50 4,142 | 2. ~If the patriarchal see becomes vacant, the patriarchal 51 4,144 | consultations, the patriarch is to~see that all of the questions 52 4,148 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. The visitor, before 53 4,148 | opportune means to the Apostolic~See, in order that everywhere 54 4,150 | approved by the Apostolic See, they~have the force of 55 5,151 | is the metropolitan of a see determined or~recognized 56 6,155 | metropolitan of a determined see who is appointed by the 57 6,158 | Canon 158~1. The see of the metropolitan Church 58 6,159 | pertain,~unless the Apostolic See directly provides for it, 59 6,159 | directly provides for it, and see to the~faithful execution 60 6,162 | of the Roman Pontiff, and see~that it is done by all the 61 6,167 | will notify the Apostolic See as soon as~possible of the 62 6,167 | notification from the Apostolic See of~the reception of the 63 6,167 | to notify the Apostolic See of other actions of the 64 6,167 | The metropolitan is to see to the promulgation of laws 65 6,168 | the list to~the Apostolic See, observing secrecy even 66 6,169 | council of hierarchs is to see that the pastoral needs 67 6,171 | transmitting~them to the Apostolic See, in which are provided a 68 6,173 | vacancy of the metropolitan see in an metropolitan Church 69 6,173 | vacancy of the metropolitan~see; (2) to the administrator 70 6,173 | in a vacant metropolitan see there are~to be no innovations. 71 6,173 | an impeded metropolitan see of~these Churches those 72 6,173 | for an impeded patriarchal see in can. 132, 1; the metropolitan 73 6,173 | Concerning the vacant or impeded see of the eparchy~of the metropolitan 74 6,175 | depend on the Apostolic See; however,~the hierarch exercises 75 6,175 | delegate of the Apostolic See.~ 76 6,176 | consent of the Apostolic See, unless it is expressly 77 7,177 | competence of~the Apostolic See.~ 78 7,181 | are nominated to a vacant see or to fulfill another function 79 7,182 | patriarch to the Apostolic See to obtain~the assent of 80 7,184 | to notify the Apostolic See immediately of the acceptance 81 7,185 | to notify the Apostolic See of the completed election 82 7,186 | consulting the Apostolic See, can~request the vote of 83 7,186 | matter to the Apostolic See.~ 84 7,192 | the eparchial~bishop is to see that all Christian faithful 85 7,192 | committed to him in the Lord and see~that the love of Christ 86 7,192 | protect~their rights and see to it that they correctly 87 7,192 | The eparchial bishop is to see that~the families of his 88 7,193 | and notify the Apostolic See as soon as possible;~if 89 7,193 | referred to the Apostolic See.~ 90 7,199 | The eparchial bishop is to see to~it that in his own cathedral 91 7,202 | the same territory are to see that, gathered for~consultation 92 7,203 | apostolate in the eparchy and see to it that all of the works 93 7,206 | report to the Apostolic See as soon as possible. 2. 94 7,206 | report to~the Apostolic See every five years, and, if 95 7,207 | to inform the Apostolic See on the occasion of the~quinquennial 96 7,209 | liturgical books and to see to it that it be faithfully 97 7,211 | are made by the Apostolic See or, if it is an eparchy~ 98 7,211 | council of hierarchs must see that suitable and dignified 99 7,219 | Canon 219~The eparchial see becomes vacant at the death, 100 7,220 | With regard to a vacant see located inside the territorial 101 7,220 | to inform the Apostolic See as~soon as possible of the 102 7,220 | vacancy of the eparchial see; (2) until~the appointment 103 7,220 | vacancy of the eparchial see,~after consulting the bishops 104 7,220 | devolves to the Apostolic See; (4) the administrator of~ 105 7,220 | 5) the patriarch is to see that a worthy and suitable 106 7,220 | to the vacant eparchial see as~soon as possible, but 107 7,221 | cases of a vacant eparchial see, the following are to be~ 108 7,221 | to inform the Apostolic See~as soon as possible of the 109 7,221 | possible of the vacancy of the see and, if it is an~eparchy 110 7,221 | provided by the Apostolic See, transfers to the~auxiliary 111 7,221 | vacancy~of the eparchial see; for validity of the election, 112 7,221 | impeded, to the~Apostolic See; (5) the administrator of 113 7,221 | to inform the~Apostolic See of his election or of his 114 7,222 | vacancy of the eparchial~see becomes by the law itself, 115 7,223 | transfer to another eparchial see, the eparchial~bishop must 116 7,224 | Canon 224~1. When the see becomes vacant, the protosyncellus 117 7,224 | vacancy of the eparchial see; when the vacancy is certain,~ 118 7,224 | immediately. 3. When the eparchial see~is vacant, the auxiliary 119 7,224 | protosyncellus or syncellus when the see was occupied~and which is 120 7,224 | determined by the Apostolic See or by~the particular law 121 7,227 | transferred to the same vacant~see can be validly elected or 122 7,228 | Canon 228~1. When the see is vacant there are to be 123 7,230 | time when the~eparchial see is vacant is reserved to 124 7,231 | reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. After the death,~resignation 125 7,232 | 232~1. When the eparchial see is vacant the eparchial 126 7,232 | vacancy of the eparchial see~do not have an administrator 127 7,232 | finance officer~when the see is vacant, the norms of 128 7,233 | 233~1. When the eparchial see is impeded by captivity, 129 7,233 | presides or by the Apostolic See. If there is no coadjutor 130 7,233 | about the impeded eparchial see~and of his assumption of 131 7,233 | to inform~the Apostolic See and, if he belongs to a 132 7,237 | it. 2. If~the eparchial see becomes vacant, the eparchial 133 7,240 | eparchial~bishop is also to see that, at a suitable time, 134 7,243 | an eparchial curia in his~see which assists him in the 135 7,248 | granted by~the Apostolic See to the eparchial bishop 136 7,248 | rescripts of the Apostolic See or of the patriarch, unless 137 7,251 | removal. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant, can.~224 concerning 138 7,252 | the particular law, is to see~that the acts of the curia 139 7,260 | safe. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant~the secret archive 140 7,261 | The eparchial bishop is to see that the acts and documents~ 141 7,262 | officer when the eparchial see is vacant.~ 142 7,270 | 2. ~When the eparchial see is vacant the presbyteral 143 7,270 | question of the~metropolitan see itself, after consulting 144 7,271 | consultors;~when the eparchial see is vacant or impeded, it 145 7,274 | bishop. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant the~pastoral council 146 7,278 | common pastoral action; (2) see~to it that clerics lead 147 7,278 | fulfill their obligations; (3) see to~it that the Divine Liturgy 148 7,278 | protopresbyter: (1) is to see that clerics~attend meetings 149 7,286 | Canon 286~When the eparchial see is vacant or impeded, the 150 7,286 | presbyters if the eparchial see has been~vacant or impeded 151 7,296 | himself; the pastor is to see to~it that these parish 152 7,309 | rector of the~church must see that the Divine Liturgy, 153 8,311 | belongs to the Apostolic See alone.~ 154 8,314 | belongs to the~Apostolic See alone. 2. The exarch appointed 155 8,316 | respectively~to the Apostolic See or the patriarch. From decrees 156 8,318 | report to the Apostolic See~every five years and if 157 9,322 | judgment of the Apostolic~See, patriarchs, metropolitans 158 9,322 | designated by the Apostolic~See in order that communicating 159 9,322 | approved by~the Apostolic See. 3. A decision, even if 160 9,322 | approved~by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 161 10,338 | officials. 2. The rector is to see to the general supervision 162 10,357 | obtained from the Apostolic See the right~to enroll clerics 163 10,363 | eparchy, unless the eparchial see has been vacant for a year, 164 10,385 | law or by the Apostolic See. 3. A cleric is forbidden 165 10,394 | rescript of the~Apostolic See or in accordance with the 166 10,394 | granted by the Apostolic See to deacons without~serious 167 10,397 | deferred to the Apostolic See.~ 168 10,398 | rescript of the Apostolic~See can be readmitted among 169 10,398 | solely by the Apostolic~See; but one who obtained removal 170 12,413 | exclusively to the Apostolic See if they are of pontifical~ 171 12,414 | belong to the Apostolic~See alone. 3. When a congregation 172 12,419 | report to the Apostolic See.~ 173 12,429 | Pontiff, and the Apostolic See, as well as the letters 174 12,432 | approval of the Apostolic See is attached to another~Church 175 12,432 | granted by the Apostolic See.~ 176 12,434 | erected by the Apostolic See or recognized as such by 177 12,434 | recognition from the Apostolic See.~ 178 12,435 | instances, the~Apostolic See. 2. It is reserved to the 179 12,438 | suppressed only by the Apostolic See. 3. A subsidiary~monastery 180 12,438 | reserved to the Apostolic See, without prejudice~in all 181 12,439 | instances, the Apostolic See is to be~approached for 182 12,440 | reserved to the Apostolic See, 3. It is~reserved to the 183 12,451 | permission of the Apostolic~See, unless it is the case of 184 12,480 | cases, of the Apostolic See.~ 185 12,487 | permission of the~Apostolic See is required. 5. The transfer 186 12,492 | council, to the Apostolic See. 2. An indult of this kind~ 187 12,492 | reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 188 12,498 | case~warrants it, shall see to it that the dismissal 189 12,501 | confirmed by the Apostolic See,~demand that the case be 190 12,501 | belongs to the Apostolic See, or, if it is a member who 191 12,505 | erected by the~Apostolic See or recognized as such by 192 12,505 | recognition from the Apostolic See. 2. A congregation is: ( 193 12,505 | erected by the Apostolic See or recognized as such by 194 12,505 | recognition from the Apostolic See; (3) of eparchial right 195 12,505 | recognition from the~Apostolic See or from the patriarch. 3. 196 12,506 | consulting the Apostolic See, and,~in addition, within 197 12,506 | consulting the Apostolic See. 3. A congregation of eparchial 198 12,507 | except~by the Apostolic See, and to which it is also 199 12,507 | besides by the Apostolic See, by the~patriarch, within 200 12,507 | synod and of the Apostolic See.~ 201 12,509 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. ~The matters mentioned 202 12,517 | permission of the Apostolic See, unless it is a candidate 203 12,538 | 2. The superiors shall see to it that all members fulfill 204 12,539 | 539~1. The superiors shall see to it that suitable confessors 205 12,544 | consent of the Apostolic See. 4. The consent of the Apostolic 206 12,544 | consent of the Apostolic See~is required for the validity 207 12,549 | reserved to~the Apostolic See; but in congregations, in 208 12,549 | addition to the Apostolic See, it can be granted also 209 12,554 | established by the Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members 210 12,562 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. A member who moves~to 211 12,565 | concession of the Apostolic See, or, if it is a secular 212 12,571 | reserved to the Apostolic See to approve new forms of 213 12,572 | established by the Apostolic~See.~ ~ 214 13,575 | Church; (3) the Apostolic See for other types. 2. For~ 215 13,577 | it; this authority~is to see that the integrity of faith 216 13,579 | concession of the Apostolic See, or,~if it is an association 217 13,583 | approved by the Apostolic See can be~only suppressed by 218 13,583 | suppressed by the Apostolic See. 2. The other associations, 219 13,583 | besides by the Apostolic See, can be suppressed: ~(1) 220 14,585 | iuris is to continually see that,~through suitably prepared 221 14,594 | as such by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 222 15,605 | unique way of the Apostolic See~to promote, preserve and 223 15,621 | councils of hierarchs are to see to it that catechisms suited 224 15,627 | Christian faithful are to see that this right is recognized~ 225 15,635 | The eparchial bishop is to see to it that Catholic schools 226 15,642 | consultation of the Apostolic See or by the Apostolic See 227 15,642 | See or by the Apostolic See itself;~such erection or 228 15,649 | is~done by the Apostolic See or by the superior administrative 229 15,649 | together with the Apostolic See.~ 230 15,650 | norms given by the~Apostolic See are to be followed.~ 231 15,652 | Eparchial bishops are to see that with the help of institutes 232 15,652 | cooperation among such institutes, see to the formation of~experts, 233 15,652 | hierarchs, and the Apostolic See are competent to forbid 234 15,657 | review of the~Apostolic See, is reserved in patriarchal 235 15,657 | exclusively with the Apostolic See, and, within~the limits 236 15,657 | report to the Apostolic See in the~case of patriarchal 237 16,671 | judgment of the Apostolic See, are in the same condition 238 16,674 | faculty~from the Apostolic See.~ 239 16,686 | custom. 2. ~The pastor is to see that the parents of the 240 16,688 | administers the baptism is to see to it that, unless there 241 16,708 | hierarchs and the pastors are to see that with every~diligence 242 16,727 | hierarchs or the Apostolic See.~ 243 16,728 | reserved to the Apostolic See: (1) direct violation of 244 16,738 | close to the sick are to see to it that they are supported 245 16,748 | permission of the Apostolic See; if, however, it is a case 246 16,758 | established by the Apostolic See are to be~followed in admitting 247 16,759 | otherwise, to the Apostolic See.~ 248 16,767 | reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. A confessor has the 249 16,783 | of souls are obliged to see to it that the Christian~ 250 16,783 | doing~all in their power to see to do the physical, religious, 251 16,792 | consultation with the~Apostolic See; no lower authority, however, 252 16,794 | cases only the Apostolic See can do so.~ 253 16,795 | reserved~to the Apostolic See; however, the patriarch 254 16,799 | rescript of the~Apostolic See or of the patriarch or local 255 16,816 | pastors of souls are to see to it that~the Catholic 256 16,835 | reserved to the Apostolic See or the patriarch,~who will 257 16,841 | witnesses and the spouses, must~see to it that the celebration 258 16,842 | celebration of the marriage must see to it that a~notation is 259 16,852 | granted only by the Apostolic~See.~ 260 16,878 | insofar as possible are to see that the practice is introduced 261 16,880 | approved by the Apostolic See which suppresses a holy 262 16,888 | consent given by the Apostolic See or by the patriarch, with 263 18,904 | law; the Apostolic Roman See directing the movement~for 264 18,907 | Catholic institutions are to see to it that other Christians 265 19,916 | as such by the Apostolic See or,~if it is a question 266 19,916 | assent of the Apostolic See.~ 267 19,926 | and also to take care to see that the will of the founders~ 268 19,928 | approved by the~Apostolic See; (2) it is the responsibility 269 19,934 | necessary information and to see that in every way they~have 270 20,937 | who sets up an office must see that the means required~ 271 21,988 | delegated by the Apostolic See~or by the patriarch can 272 22,1006| deferred to the~Apostolic See; against the decision of 273 23,1013| the same territory are to~see, after consultation with 274 23,1019| belong to the Apostolic See, are prescribed after a 275 23,1020| the grave obligation to see that~the temporal goods 276 23,1020| the same authority~is to see that the rights of the Church 277 23,1022| rights. 2. Hierarchs are to see that the entire administration 278 23,1027| Canon 1027~Authorities shall see to it that the administrators 279 23,1028| to legitimate norms; (4) see to it that the interest 280 23,1036| Church or by the Apostolic See, consent is required of: ( 281 23,1036| consent of the Apostolic See is~required if the value 282 23,1052| reserved to the Apostolic See. 2. If it is expressly~provided 283 23,1054| other cases, the Apostolic See or the patriarch is to be 284 24,1056| dicastery of the Apostolic See,~tribunals must follow the 285 24,1059| tribunals of the Apostolic See or through~judges delegated 286 24,1061| tribunals of the Apostolic See,~with due regard for can. 287 24,1062| competence of the Apostolic See, constitutes the~highest 288 24,1064| approval of the Apostolic See, with due regard~for cann. 289 24,1065| instance is the Apostolic See, unless common law expressly 290 24,1067| approval of~the Apostolic See. 2. This tribunal should 291 24,1067| Church or by the Apostolic See, the norms determined by 292 24,1067| synod or by the Apostolic See are to be observed. ~5. 293 24,1067| approval of the Apostolic See,~or to the tribunal designated 294 24,1067| designated by the Apostolic See.~ 295 24,1068| eparchial bishops are to see~that they establish a common 296 24,1068| manner by the Apostolic See.~ 297 24,1070| establishing a tribunal shall see that the tribunal~has its 298 24,1084| referred to the Apostolic See.~ 299 24,1087| referred to the Apostolic See. 3. The judges are to be 300 24,1088| vacancy of the~eparchial see, they cannot be removed, 301 24,1111| Judges and tribunals are to see to it that, with due regard 302 24,1124| 3. ~But the judge is to see to it that the trial is 303 24,1152| reserved~to the Apostolic See; (2) actions for those delicts 304 25,1312| come from the Apostolic See itself.~ 305 26,1359| reserved~to the Apostolic See the following are competent: ( 306 26,1367| be sent to~the Apostolic See together with a petition 307 26,1383| shall consult the~Apostolic See. 4. In such a procedure 308 26,1384| issued by the Apostolic See are to be~followed.~ 309 26,1388| approved by the Apostolic See.~ 310 27,1402| 3. Besides the Apostolic See,~such a decree can be issued, 311 27,1410| event the hierarch is to see to it that the~deposed who 312 27,1420| imposed by the Apostolic See~can be remitted only by 313 27,1420| remitted only by the Apostolic See, unless the remitting~of 314 27,1423| consent of the Apostolic See. 2. Every reservation is 315 29,1489| 1. Laws of the Apostolic See are promulgated by being


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