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1 1,12 | and to their own Church~sui iuris.~ 2 1,17 | prescriptions of their own Church sui iuris, and to follow~their 3 2 | TITLE 2~Churches Sui Iuris and Rites~ 4 2,27 | or tacitly recognizes as sui iuris is called in this 5 2,27 | called in this Code~a Church sui iuris.~ 6 2,28 | manifested in each Church sui iuris. 2. The rites treated 7 2,29 | is enrolled in the Church sui iuris of the~Catholic father; 8 2,29 | Catholic father; or the Church sui iuris of the mother if only~ 9 2,29 | is enrolled~in the Church sui iuris to which the mother 10 2,29 | be enrolled in the Church sui iuris of~those in whose 11 2,29 | be a member of the Church sui iuris of the one who is 12 2,30 | freely select any Church sui iuris in which he or she~ 13 2,31 | transfer to another Church sui iuris.~ 14 2,32 | transfer to another Church sui iuris~without the consent 15 2,32 | eparchy of a certain Church sui iuris~who petition to transfer 16 2,32 | transfer to another Church sui iuris which has~its own 17 2,33 | return to the original Church sui iuris.~ 18 2,34 | transfer to another Church sui iuris, children under~fourteen 19 2,34 | transfers~to another Church sui iuris, the children transfer 20 2,34 | return to the original Church sui iuris.~ 21 2,35 | be enrolled in the Church sui iuris of the same~rite with 22 2,36 | transfer to another Church sui iuris takes effect at the~ 23 2,37 | enrollment in a certain Church sui iuris or transfer to~another 24 2,37 | transfer to~another Church sui iuris should be recorded 25 2,37 | the parish of the Church sui iuris of enrollment.~ 26 2,38 | pastor of another Church sui iuris, nevertheless remain 27 2,40 | who preside over Churches sui iuris and all other~hierarchs 28 2,41 | Christian faithful of any Church sui iuris, even the Latin~Church, 29 2,41 | faithful~of another Church sui iuris by reason of their 30 3,46 | who preside~over Churches sui iuris in the synod of bishops 31 4,84 | bishops of other~Churches sui iuris who exercise their 32 4,84 | faithful of each Church sui iuris. Thus, in a united 33 4,124 | prescribed for the Churches sui~iuris, are erected by the 34 4,140 | territory where several~Churches sui iuris coexist.~ 35 4,143 | superiors of monasteries sui~iuris; (4) rectors of Catholic 36 4,143 | Persons of another Church sui iuris can be invited~to 37 4,146 | authority of each Church sui iuris concerned,~and, having 38 4,147 | hierarch of their own Church~sui iuris constituted in the 39 5,151 | an entire Eastern Church sui iuris not endowed with the~ 40 6 | Churches and Other Churches Sui Iuris~ 41 6,155 | 1. A metropolitan Church sui iuris is presided over by 42 6,155 | of metropolitan Churches sui iuris.~ 43 6,156 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris with the Roman Pontiff. 44 6,157 | entire metropolitan Church sui iuris nor delegate his power 45 6,157 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris. 3. ~The metropolitan 46 6,157 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris in~all its juridic 47 6,158 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris is to be in the~principal 48 6,159 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris over which he presides, 49 6,164 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris wherever~they are 50 6,164 | Bishops of another Church sui iuris can~be invited as 51 6,164 | the metropolitan Church sui iuris can~have this vote 52 6,167 | particular law of a Church sui iuris. ~2. The metropolitan 53 6,167 | over a metropolitan Church sui iuris also has the right 54 6,167 | administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, however, with the 55 6,172 | In a metropolitan Church sui iuris an assembly is to 56 6,173 | in an metropolitan Church sui iuris: (1) the administrator 57 6,173 | the metropolitan~Church sui iuris is the eparchial bishop 58 6,173 | of a metropolitan Church sui iuris~passes the ordinary 59 6,174 | Canon 174~A Church sui iuris, which is neither 60 6,176 | administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, the competent authority 61 7,192 | condition, nation or Church sui iuris, both those who live 62 7,193 | faithful~of another Church sui iuris are committed is bound 63 7,193 | pastors of the same~Church sui iuris as the Christian faithful 64 7,194 | law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 65 7,198 | particular law of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 66 7,199 | customs of~his own Church sui iuris. 2. The eparchial 67 7,199 | customs of~his own Church sui iuris; also, in any parish 68 7,202 | bishops of several Churches sui iuris exercising~authority 69 7,204 | tradition of his own Church sui iuris. 4. If an eparchial~ 70 7,206 | Church or metropolitan Church sui iuris,~they are to send 71 7,207 | eparchial bishop of any Church sui iuris, even of the Latin~ 72 7,207 | enrolled in another Church sui~iuris, are committed to 73 7,238 | superiors of monasteries sui iuris and some superiors 74 7,238 | persons of other Churches sui iuris, to all of whom he 75 7,242 | particular law of his~Church sui iuris has determined.~ 76 7,246 | enrolled in another Church sui~iuris or a certain group 77 7,247 | particular~law of their Church sui iuris has established otherwise, 78 7,247 | even of another~Church sui iuris, but with the consent 79 7,263 | particular law of his Church sui iuris, always without prejudice 80 7,265 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 81 7,266 | particular law of their Church sui iuris; (2) some~priests, 82 7,273 | they are of another Church sui iuris. 4. No one except~ 83 7,277 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, must not be joined 84 7,280 | faithful in another Church sui iuris or even upon some~ 85 7,284 | law of the~proper Church sui iuris. 3. The pastor possesses 86 7,284 | particular law of his~Church sui iuris permits it.~ 87 7,287 | particular law of the Church sui iuris allows it, a parish 88 7,294 | particular law of his~Church sui iuris.~ 89 7,295 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 90 7,296 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris or, if there are no~ 91 7,296 | into a determined Church~sui iuris according to the norm 92 7,297 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, is to provide for 93 9 | Hierarchs of Several Churches Sui Iuris~ 94 9,322 | of metropolitan Churches sui~iuris, eparchial bishops, 95 9,322 | hierarchs of various Churches sui iuris, even the~Latin, exercising 96 9,322 | of each and every Church sui iuris or to the authority~ 97 9,322 | hierarchs of~several Churches sui iuris is to draw up its 98 10,327 | law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 99 10,330 | even with other Churches sui iuris being careful that 100 10,330 | tradition~of its own Church sui iuris, the program of formation 101 10,332 | or, if not a whole Church~sui iuris, at least, by mutual 102 10,332 | eparchies of~the same Church sui iuris, and even of diverse 103 10,332 | even of diverse Churches sui iuris~which have an eparchy 104 10,333 | to students of one Church sui iuris, on account of special 105 10,333 | students of another Church sui~iuris can be admitted into 106 10,334 | of a metropolitan Church sui iuris or with the consent 107 10,343 | seminary of another Church sui~iuris, or into a common 108 10,343 | seminary for several Churches sui iuris,~are to be formed 109 10,346 | tradition of their own Church sui iuris; further, spiritual 110 10,352 | ministry in their own~Church sui iuris, they are to be formed 111 10,354 | traditions of their own Church sui iuris concerning the service 112 10,358 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, he has~already been 113 10,361 | his own eparchy or Church sui iuris.~ 114 10,365 | particular law of the Church sui~iuris so prescribes, it 115 10,365 | eparchy of another Church sui iuris that the eparchial~ 116 10,366 | coming~from another Church sui iuris; (3) he is convinced 117 10,369 | exercises of their own Church sui iuris. 2. They are to~attach 118 10,377 | law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 119 10,379 | Clerics of whatever Church sui iuris linked as brothers 120 11,403 | celebrations of any Church sui~iuris whatsoever, according 121 11,405 | members of different~Churches sui iuris is fostered, and so 122 12,418 | superior of a monastery sui iuris, the superior general~ 123 12,419 | non-confederated monastery sui iuris, the superior general 124 12,432 | institute of any Church sui iuris, also of the Latin 125 12,432 | attached to another~Church sui iuris, must observe the 126 12,433 | monastic life. 2. A monastery sui iuris is one~which does 127 12,435 | competent to erect a monastery sui~iuris, having consulted 128 12,436 | Canon 436~1. Every monastery sui iuris can have dependent 129 12,436 | be likened to monasteries sui iuris; otherwise they are~ 130 12,436 | authorities to which the~monastery sui iuris is subject and of 131 12,438 | he presides, a monastery sui iuris or a filial one of 132 12,438 | Pontiff. 2. Other monasteries sui iuris or filial monasteries~ 133 12,438 | of a suppressed monastery sui iuris reverts to the~confederation 134 12,438 | devolves upon the~monastery sui iuris. To decide on the 135 12,439 | 439~1. Several monasteries sui iuris subject to the same 136 12,439 | confederation of several monasteries~sui iuris of different eparchies 137 12,440 | non-confederated monastery sui iuris~to, or the withdrawal 138 12,441 | Superiors~in monasteries sui iuris have power of governance 139 12,442 | superior of a monastery sui iuris, it is required that 140 12,443 | superior of a monastery sui iuris is to be elected by~ 141 12,443 | a confederate monastery sui iuris, the president~of 142 12,444 | superior of a monastery sui iuris is conferred~for an 143 12,444 | superior of the monastery~sui iuris for a time determined 144 12,447 | superior of a monastery sui iuris shall not perform 145 12,447 | superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent of~ 146 12,448 | admitted into a monastery sui iuris it is required~that 147 12,451 | monastery of~another Church sui iuris without the permission 148 12,453 | superior of an monastery sui iuris who admits to~the 149 12,456 | Canon 456~1. A monastery sui iuris can have its own novices 150 12,456 | performed in the monastery sui iuris itself,~or, by a decision 151 12,456 | council,~in another monastery sui iuris of the same confederation. 152 12,456 | confederation. 3. ~If a monastery sui iuris, whether a confederated 153 12,461 | freely leave the monastery sui iuris or be dismissed for 154 12,464 | of the proper~monastery sui iuris with the consent of 155 12,470 | superior of the monastery sui iuris is to notify~as soon 156 12,472 | superior of a monastery sui iuris can grant dimissorial 157 12,475 | superior of the monastery sui iuris, who before that~must 158 12,477 | superior of a monastery sui iuris, with the consent 159 12,481 | a member of a monastery sui iuris who has given himself 160 12,482 | superior of the~monastery sui iuris to which the member 161 12,485 | superior of the monastery sui iuris has the authority, 162 12,486 | foundation of a monastery sui iuris. 2. The stauropegial 163 12,487 | transfer from one monastery sui iuris to~another of the 164 12,487 | superior of the monastery sui iuris~from which the transfer 165 12,487 | monastery of another Church sui iuris the permission of 166 12,487 | superior of the new monastery sui iuris with the consent of 167 12,488 | transfers to another monastery sui iuris of the~same confederation 168 12,488 | transfers from one monastery sui iuris to another monastery 169 12,488 | iuris to another monastery sui~iuris that does not belong 170 12,488 | transfer from a monastery sui~iuris to an order or congregation 171 12,488 | adaptations. 4. The monastery sui~iuris from which the member 172 12,489 | a member~of a monastery sui iuris who is in perpetual 173 12,489 | superior of the~monastery sui iuris along with the council. 174 12,490 | superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent of 175 12,492 | superior of the monastery sui iuris,~who shall forward 176 12,496 | superior of the monastery sui iuris. 2. ~The superior 177 12,497 | superior of the monastery sui iuris, having consulted~ 178 12,498 | superior of the monastery sui iuris, if the case~warrants 179 12,499 | superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent of 180 12,500 | no-confederated monastery sui iuris is~competent to issue 181 12,517 | institute of another~Church sui iuris without the permission 182 12,537 | permission, is of a Church sui iuris~different from that 183 12,544 | superior of~the monastery sui iuris; for the granting 184 12,544 | superior of the monastery sui iuris to~which he or she 185 12,544 | institute of another Church sui iuris.~ 186 12,545 | superior of the monastery~sui iuris, each of them with 187 12,545 | three years in the monastery sui iuris to~which he or she 188 12,562 | society of another Church sui iuris,~also the consent 189 12,569 | particular law of each Church sui iuris to~enact more detailed 190 12,572 | law of their own Church sui iuris or established by 191 13,575 | patriarchal or metropolitan Church sui iuris and which has~its 192 13,576 | rite~of their own Church sui iuris and the needs or usefulness 193 13,583 | in a metropolitan Church sui~iuris, with the consent 194 14,585 | 1. Each of the Churches sui iuris is to continually 195 14,588 | enroll in whatever Church sui iuris they~want, according 196 15,617 | Canon 617~Each Church sui iuris and particularly their 197 15,621 | traditions of each Church sui iuris in~patrology, hagiography, 198 15,622 | Canon 622~1. In each Church sui iuris there is to be a catechetical 199 15,622 | with the other Churches sui iuris for the same territory 200 15,642 | administrative authority of a Church sui iuris after previous consultation 201 15,657 | in metropolitan Churches sui iuris to the metropolitan~ 202 15,657 | and metropolitan Churches sui iuris. ~3. To republish 203 15,666 | particular law of~each Church sui iuris, in accordance with 204 16,670 | particular law of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 205 16,674 | prescriptions of his own Church sui iuris, unless the law establishes 206 16,678 | pastor of a different Church sui iuris~to a priest of a Church 207 16,678 | to a priest of a Church sui iuris in which the person 208 16,678 | lacking a pastor of the Church sui iuris~in which they are 209 16,683 | prescriptions of the Church sui iuris in which according 210 16,689 | birth and also~the Church sui iuris in which the baptized 211 16,696 | Christian faithful of any Church sui iuris including the~Latin 212 16,696 | faithful of his own Church sui iuris; when it is a case~ 213 16,696 | faithful of other Churches sui iuris, he lawfully~acts 214 16,696 | entered between the~Churches sui iuris in this matter.~ 215 16,697 | particular law of the each Church sui iuris.~ 216 16,701 | presbyters of different~Churches sui iuris for a just cause, 217 16,701 | insignia of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 218 16,704 | liturgical books of the Church sui iuris in which the priest~ 219 16,707 | the norms of each Church sui iuris. 2. For a just~cause 220 16,707 | bread of another Church sui iuris.~ 221 16,708 | law of their own Church sui iuris,~especially at Easter 222 16,709 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris establishes it, also 223 16,710 | liturgical books of each Church sui iuris are to be~observed 224 16,713 | the norms of the Church sui~iuris in which they are 225 16,714 | liturgical books of each Church sui iuris. ~2. The reservation 226 16,717 | faithful of another Church sui iuris, priests are bound 227 16,719 | observed in~their own Church sui iuris.~ 228 16,720 | bishops of the other Churches sui iuris exercising~power in 229 16,741 | particular law of the Church sui iuris determines otherwise.~ 230 16,746 | bishops of the same Church sui iuris as the first ordaining 231 16,746 | can be of another Church sui iuris.~ 232 16,748 | enrolled in another Church sui iuris without the~permission 233 16,752 | bishop of the same Church sui iuris; not, however, to 234 16,758 | particular law of each Church sui iuris; (6) observation~of 235 16,758 | particular law of each Church sui~iuris or special norms established 236 16,759 | age in a particular Church sui iuris. 2. Dispensation~beyond 237 16,782 | particular law of each Church sui iuris. 2. From the promise~ 238 16,784 | particular law of each Church sui iuris, after consultation 239 16,784 | bishops of other Churches sui iuris~exercising power in 240 16,792 | particular law of any Church sui iuris will not establish 241 16,792 | bishops of other Churches sui~iuris to whom it is of interest 242 16,794 | faithful of his own Church sui iuris~actually present within 243 16,795 | enrolled in another Church sui iuris actually present within 244 16,800 | particular law of any Church sui iuris to establish an older~ 245 16,815 | particular law of each Church sui iuris is to establish the~ 246 16,829 | is enrolled in his Church sui iuris. 2. The hierarch and 247 16,830 | to priests of any~Church sui iuris, even the Latin Church. 248 16,831 | exclusively of another Church sui iuris, unless the hierarch 249 16,837 | law of one's own Church sui iuris~establishes otherwise, 250 16,838 | particular law of each Church sui iuris.~ 251 16,864 | law of individual Churches sui iuris other reasons can 252 16,867 | of the individual Church sui iuris should be observed.~ 253 16,880 | The authority of a Church sui iuris which is competent 254 16,880 | penance for that Church sui iuris, however~having sought 255 16,880 | opinions of the other Churches sui iuris and~with due regard 256 16,880 | particular law of a Church sui~iuris approved by the Apostolic 257 16,881 | customs of their own~Church sui iuris, in the celebration 258 16,882 | particular law of their Church sui iuris.~ 259 16,883 | boundaries of their own Church sui iuris can adopt fully for 260 16,883 | enrolled in different Churches sui iuris, it is permitted to~ 261 16,886 | particular law of each~Church sui iuris.~ 262 16,893 | faithful of~his own Church sui iuris while they are present 263 17,898 | of a metropolitan Church sui iuris with the consent of 264 18,904 | every individual Church sui iuris are to be encouraged 265 18,904 | in each individual Church sui iuris a commission of experts 266 18,904 | bishops of other Churches sui iuris who exercise their 267 19,909 | held to be incompetent (non sui compos); with the completion 268 19,909 | held to be incompetent (non sui compos) and is equated with 269 19,910 | particular law of the Church sui iuris determines otherwise, 270 19,916 | and pastor of the Church sui~iuris in which he or she 271 19,916 | faithful of a certain Church sui iuris, the eparchial bishop 272 19,916 | pastor of another Church sui iuris~to look after them 273 19,916 | faithful of a certain Church sui iuris, the hierarch of~another 274 19,916 | hierarch of~another Church sui iuris, even the Latin Church, 275 19,921 | the law itself Churches sui iuris, provinces,~eparchies, 276 20,937 | particular law of each Church sui iuris is to determine in 277 21,984 | who~presides over a Church sui iuris, and an eparchial 278 21,984 | who is head of a Church sui iuris, as well as those~ 279 21,987 | particular law of a Church sui~iuris are attributed by 280 22,1002| law of the proper Church sui iuris states otherwise; 281 22,1004| particular law of the Church sui iuris this power is also~ 282 23,1012| law of their~own Church sui iuris.~ 283 23,1013| particular law of his own Church sui iuris, to fix the amount~ 284 23,1019| which belong to some Church sui iuris or to~an eparchy are 285 23,1021| law of the proper Church sui iuris of~which it is a part, 286 23,1021| particular law of each Church sui iuris will provide~for the 287 23,1021| particular law of its own~Church sui iuris, through which the 288 23,1022| law of their own Church sui iuris and with~due regard 289 23,1048| customs of his own Church sui iuris. 3. ~Further conditions, 290 24,1067| eparchies of the~same Church sui iuris may be erected by 291 24,1068| bishops of various Churches sui iuris exercising their power 292 24,1084| law of the proper Church~sui iuris. 2. Other cases are 293 24,1084| over a~metropolitan Church sui iuris as well as the metropolitan 294 24,1087| over a metropolitan Church sui iuris, having consulted 295 24,1102| even from another~Church sui iuris with the written consent 296 24,1129| particular law of the Church sui iuris provides~otherwise, 297 25,1340| particular law of a Church sui iuris determines~otherwise, 298 27,1420| particular law of a Church sui iuris provides~otherwise. 299 27,1465| belonging to any Church sui iuris, including the Latin~ 300 27,1465| transfer to another Church sui iuris, contrary to can. 301 29,1491| law of their~own Church sui iuris, even if the latter 302 29,1502| law enacted for a Church sui iuris derogate~from a more 303 29,1519| particular law of his own Church sui iuris; if this~is not done 304 29,1539| particular laws of his~own Church sui iuris in a special case,


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