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1 4,56 | Canon 56~A patriarch is a bishop who enjoys power 2 4,57 | for the residence of the patriarch in a~principal city inside 3 4,57 | territory from which the patriarch~takes his title; this see 4 4,60 | celebrations of the same Church, a patriarch precedes other patriarchs,~ 5 4,60 | according to promotion. 2. A patriarch who currently holds~patriarchal 6 4,61 | Canon 61~A patriarch can have a procurator at 7 4,62 | Canon 62~A patriarch who has resigned from his 8 4,63 | Canon 63~A patriarch is canonically elected in 9 4,66 | 1. In the election of a patriarch all and only members of 10 4,66 | during the election of a patriarch, except those clerics who~ 11 4,66 | involved in the election of the patriarch.~ 12 4,67 | 67~In the election of a patriarch cann. 947-957 are to be 13 4,70 | for the election of~the patriarch; in the meantime the presidency 14 4,75 | proclamation and enthronement as patriarch according to the prescriptions 15 4,76 | enthronement and~that the new patriarch made a profession of faith 16 4,76 | Eastern Churches. 2. The new patriarch must as soon as~possible 17 4,77 | 1. A canonically elected patriarch validly exercises his office~ 18 4,77 | full effects of law. 2. The patriarch is not to convoke a~synod 19 4,78 | legitimate customs, the patriarch has over bishops and other~ 20 4,78 | but personal. Thus, the patriarch cannot constitute a vicar 21 4,78 | cases. 2. The power of~the patriarch is exercised validly only 22 4,79 | Canon 79~The patriarch represents the patriarchal 23 4,80 | Canon 80~The patriarch is: (1) to exercise the 24 4,81 | communicated~through the patriarch unless in a case the Apostolic 25 4,82 | 1. By his own right the patriarch can: (1) within the scope~ 26 4,82 | Church and rite. 2. The~patriarch can order bishops and other 27 4,82 | more serious affairs, the patriarch will not fail to~hear the 28 4,83 | visiting his own eparchy, the patriarch~has the right and obligation 29 4,83 | the permanent synod,~the patriarch can visit a church, city, 30 4,84 | Canon 84~1. The patriarch should most especially take 31 4,84 | of all Christians. 2. The patriarch is also to foster~frequent 32 4,85 | consulted the Apostolic See, the patriarch can establish provinces 33 4,85 | patriarchal~Church, the patriarch is competent: (1) to give 34 4,85 | the permanent synod, the patriarch can erect, modify and suppress 35 4,85 | suppress exarchies. 4. The patriarch is to notify the Apostolic~ 36 4,86 | Canon 86~1. The patriarch is competent: (1) to give 37 4,86 | faculty~is given to the patriarch to ordain and enthrone a 38 4,87 | made for their support, the patriarch can~see to it that some 39 4,88 | honor and obsequium to the patriarch and must render due obedience 40 4,88 | due obedience to him; the~patriarch shall show to these bishops 41 4,88 | brotherly charity. 2. The patriarch is to see that~controversies 42 4,89 | right and obligation of the patriarch to exercise~vigilance according 43 4,89 | the norm of law. 2. The patriarch can~commit a function of 44 4,89 | exercising this~function. 3. The patriarch can confer a dignity in 45 4,90 | establishment itself, the patriarch can exempt from the power 46 4,91 | Canon 91~The patriarch must be commemorated in 47 4,92 | Canon 92~1. The patriarch is to manifest hierarchical 48 4,92 | the entire Church. 2. The patriarch must make a commemoration~ 49 4,92 | to be the custom for the patriarch to visit~the Roman Pontiff 50 4,93 | Canon 93~The patriarch is to reside in his see 51 4,94 | Canon 94~The patriarch must celebrate the Divine 52 4,95 | in~can. 196 also bind the patriarch with due regard for the 53 4,95 | individual bishops. 2. The patriarch is to see~that the eparchial 54 4,95 | is danger in delay, the patriarch is to warn them;~if the 55 4,96 | consonant with his own rite, the patriarch can do the same as~the local 56 4,97 | Canon 97~The patriarch must diligently exercise 57 4,98 | of the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch~can enter into agreements 58 4,98 | by the Apostolic See; the patriarch cannot put these same agreements 59 4,99 | Canon 99~1. The patriarch is to see that the personal 60 4,100 | Canon 100~The patriarch can reserve to himself matters 61 4,101 | exarchy is established, the patriarch has the same rights and 62 4,102 | concerning the election of the patriarch, bishops and candidates~ 63 4,102 | others can be invited by the patriarch,~especially hierarchs who 64 4,103 | Canon 103~The patriarch is to convoke the synod 65 4,106 | consent of~the synod; (2) the patriarch, with the consent of the 66 4,108 | Canon 108~1. The patriarch is to open the synod of 67 4,108 | patriarchal Church,~the patriarch is also to prepare the agenda 68 4,110 | conducts the election of the patriarch, bishops and candidates 69 4,110 | administrative actions unless the~patriarch determines otherwise for 70 4,112 | is the competence~of the patriarch. 2. Until the forthcoming 71 4,112 | is the competence of the patriarch, having consulted with the 72 4,114 | curia of the eparchy of the patriarch, the~patriarch must have 73 4,114 | eparchy of the patriarch, the~patriarch must have at his see a patriarchal 74 4,114 | curia can be selected by the patriarch from the clergy of the entire 75 4,114 | offices of either~curia of the patriarch, inasmuch as it is possible, 76 4,115 | synod is comprised of the patriarch and four~bishops designated 77 4,115 | one is~appointed by the patriarch. 3. At the same time and 78 4,116 | Canon 116~1. The patriarch is to convoke the permanent 79 4,116 | preside over it. 2. If the patriarch is impeded or does not attend 80 4,119 | permanent synod unless the patriarch with the consent of the 81 4,120 | a year, and whenever the patriarch considers it opportune, 82 4,121 | eparchial bishops, who with the patriarch~act in lieu of the permanent 83 4,122 | patriarchal~Church, the patriarch, with the consent of the 84 4,122 | officer of the eparchy of the patriarch. The patriarchal~finance 85 4,122 | excluded who is related to the patriarch up~to and including the 86 4,122 | cannot be removed by the patriarch without the consent of the 87 4,123 | is to be appointed by the~patriarch a priest or deacon above 88 4,123 | chancellor appointed by the patriarch. 2. ~Apart from the chancellor 89 4,123 | notaries ex officio, the patriarch can appoint other notaries 90 4,124 | iuris, are erected by the patriarch and are made up of persons~ 91 4,124 | persons~appointed by the patriarch; they also are governed 92 4,125 | from the goods~which the patriarch can use for this purpose; 93 4,126 | death or resignation of the patriarch. 2. The synod of bishops 94 4,126 | accept the resignation of the patriarch, having consulted with the 95 4,126 | Roman Pontiff, unless the patriarch approaches the Roman Pontiff 96 4,128 | Church for the election of a patriarch and to prepare all other~ 97 4,129 | Church in the eparchy of the~patriarch, in stauropegial monasteries 98 4,130 | The ordinary power of the patriarch in all matters excluding~ 99 4,130 | syncellus of the eparchy of the patriarch nor innovate anything in~ 100 4,130 | lacks the prerogatives of a patriarch, the administrator of a 101 4,130 | Church for the election of a patriarch.~ 102 4,131 | administration to the new patriarch.~ 103 4,132 | whatever reason so~that the patriarch cannot communicate even 104 4,132 | not impeded, unless the~patriarch designated another bishop 105 4,132 | necessity even a priest. 2. A patriarch is impeded when he~cannot 106 4,132 | responsibility of the one whom the patriarch designates or~the one who 107 4,139 | having~consulted with the patriarch and with the approval of 108 4,140 | entire~Church over which the patriarch presides and which assists 109 4,140 | presides and which assists the~patriarch and the synod of bishops 110 4,141 | five~years and whenever the patriarch with the consent of the 111 4,142 | Canon 142~1. The patriarch is to convoke the patriarchal 112 4,142 | suspend and dissolve~it; the patriarch himself is to appoint a 113 4,142 | assembly in the absence of the patriarch. 2. ~If the patriarchal 114 4,142 | law itself until the new patriarch issues a~decree on the matter.~ 115 4,143 | are obliged~to inform the patriarch; however, eparchial bishops 116 4,144 | to his hierarch, only the patriarch or the synod~of bishops 117 4,144 | commissions and consultations, the patriarch is to~see that all of the 118 4,146 | the Church over which the patriarch presides is extended to 119 4,146 | Church is observed and the patriarch has the legitimately acquired 120 4,147 | Church, the~power of the patriarch and the synods is exercised 121 4,148 | and the obligation of the patriarch to seek~appropriate information 122 4,148 | to send his report to the patriarch,~who, after discussing the 123 4,149 | patriarchal Church and through the patriarch propose them to the Roman 124 4,150 | Church and promulgated by the patriarch, if they are~liturgical, 125 6,172 | is said there about the patriarch.~ 126 6,173 | is said there about the patriarch. 3. Concerning the vacant 127 7,182 | report their findings to the patriarch at a suitable time prior 128 7,182 | patriarchal Church. The patriarch, if the case warrants it, 129 7,182 | transmitted through the patriarch to the Apostolic See to 130 7,184 | results of the election by the patriarch. 2. If the one~elected accepts 131 7,184 | accepts the election, the patriarch is to notify the Apostolic 132 7,185 | list of candidates, the~patriarch is immediately to notify 133 7,185 | the assent has reached the patriarch. 2. After~obtaining the 134 7,185 | of the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch secretly is to inform the 135 7,186 | cannot be~convened, the patriarch, after consulting the Apostolic 136 7,186 | letter. In this case, the~patriarch must employ for the validity 137 7,186 | or, lacking this, by the patriarch with~the consent of the 138 7,186 | completed ballot along with~the patriarch. 3. If one of the candidates 139 7,186 | ballot, he is elected and the patriarch proceeds according to the~ 140 7,186 | 184 and 185. Otherwise the patriarch defers the~matter to the 141 7,187 | promise of obedience to the patriarch in those matters in which 142 7,187 | which he is subject to the patriarch~according to the norm of 143 7,204 | eparchy entrusted to him, the patriarch is immediately to defer 144 7,206 | every five years to the patriarch about the status of the~ 145 7,206 | copy of the report to the patriarch or metropolitan as soon 146 7,208 | visit to Rome along with the patriarch, insofar as this can be 147 7,208 | time it be done with the patriarch.~ 148 7,210 | is to be submitted to the patriarch if it is the case of an 149 7,210 | patriarchal Church, the patriarch is to~be notified as soon 150 7,210 | accept this resignation~the patriarch needs the consent of the 151 7,211 | patriarchal Church, by the~patriarch with the consent of the 152 7,211 | synod of bishops of the patriarch Church~or council of hierarchs 153 7,213 | canonical provision. 2. The patriarch himself, after having consulted 154 7,213 | bishop appointed~by the patriarch; but if it is the case of 155 7,220 | to be~observed: (1) the patriarch is to inform the Apostolic 156 7,220 | bishop transfers to the patriarch, unless~otherwise provided 157 7,220 | the Roman Pontiff; (3) the patriarch is to appoint~an administrator 158 7,220 | faith in the presence~of the patriarch obtains authority, but is 159 7,220 | eparchial~consultors; (5) the patriarch is to see that a worthy 160 7,221 | patriarchal Church, the patriarch; (2) until the~appointment 161 7,221 | patriarchal Church, also the patriarch.~ 162 7,224 | constituted in the eparchy of the patriarch; (3) constituted in an eparchy 163 7,226 | of an eparchy~neither the patriarch nor the college of eparchial 164 7,231 | eparchy is to be~made to the patriarch if he designated the administrator, 165 7,231 | is the competency~of the patriarch with the consent of the 166 7,232 | reverts to him, unless the patriarch~or college of eparchial 167 7,232 | is the competency of the patriarch after having~consulted the 168 7,233 | otherwise provided by the~patriarch with consent of the permanent 169 7,233 | Church is to notify~the patriarch as soon as possible about 170 7,233 | patriarchal Church, the~patriarch as well.~ 171 7,248 | Apostolic See or of the patriarch, unless otherwise expressly 172 7,269 | regard~for the right of the patriarch regarding matters of the 173 7,271 | it is sufficient for the~patriarch, in the matters of the eparchy 174 8,314 | exarch is appointed by the patriarch after consulting the~permanent 175 8,314 | exarch appointed by the patriarch~cannot be removed from office 176 8,315 | Church can petition from the patriarch suitable~presbyters to undertake 177 8,315 | Christian~faithful. The patriarch, insofar as he can do so, 178 8,315 | into the exarchy by the patriarch, whether they are sent temporarily 179 8,316 | the Roman Pontiff or the patriarch, recourse is made respectively~ 180 8,316 | the Apostolic See or the patriarch. From decrees of the exarch 181 8,317 | them in the~name of the patriarch.~ 182 8,318 | Exarchs appointed by the patriarch must, every five years,~ 183 8,318 | a written report to the patriarch about the spiritual and~ 184 8,318 | copy of the report to the patriarch as soon as possible.~ 185 9,322 | periodic assemblies by~the patriarch or another authority designated 186 10,357 | which he presides, from the patriarch~with the consent of the 187 10,363 | without the consent of~the patriarch; (2) in other cases, the 188 10,370 | to the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch and the eparchial~bishop.~ 189 10,384 | particular law so states, of the patriarch or of another authority, 190 10,394 | norm of can. 397, of the~patriarch; this rescript cannot be 191 10,394 | be granted licitly by the patriarch and is not granted by the 192 10,397 | Canon 397~The patriarch, with the consent of the 193 10,398 | clerical state from~the patriarch can be readmitted among 194 10,398 | the clerics also by the~patriarch.~ 195 12,413 | directly subject to the patriarch or eparchial bishop, with 196 12,414 | These rights pertain to the patriarch with respect to orders and 197 12,418 | the local hierarch or the patriarch, without prejudice to the 198 12,418 | assign power over them to the patriarch or to the local hierarch.~ 199 12,429 | also to the local~hierarch, patriarch, legate of the Roman Pontiff, 200 12,431 | religious who becomes a patriarch, bishop or~exarch: (1) remains 201 12,431 | religious who becomes a patriarch, bishop or exarch: (1) if~ 202 12,431 | come to him; whatever a patriarch, eparchial bishop,~or exarch 203 12,435 | iuris, having consulted the patriarch within the territorial~boundaries 204 12,435 | 2. It is reserved to the patriarch to erect a~stauropegial 205 12,438 | Canon 438~1. The patriarch is competent to suppress, 206 12,439 | with the consent of the patriarch, to whom~is also reserved 207 12,440 | be suppressed only by the patriarch, with the consent~of the 208 12,440 | donors; in such a~case the patriarch needs the consent of the 209 12,472 | bishop designated by the patriarch.~ 210 12,480 | without the permission of the patriarch within the territorial boundaries 211 12,486 | Canon 486~1. The patriarch can for a grave reason, 212 12,486 | directly subject to the patriarch in such a way that~only 213 12,486 | directly and exclusively to the patriarch only in those aspects which~ 214 12,487 | is also~required. 3. The patriarch, the eparchial bishop and 215 12,496 | law reserves this~to the patriarch in monasteries located within 216 12,499 | eparchial bishop, or by the patriarch if particular law decrees 217 12,501 | patriarchal Church,~to the patriarch. 4. If the case is to be 218 12,505 | right~if, erected by the patriarch or recognized as such by 219 12,505 | Apostolic See or from the patriarch. 3. An order or a congregation 220 12,506 | without consulting the patriarch. 2. The patriarch can~erect 221 12,506 | consulting the patriarch. 2. The patriarch can~erect orders and congregations 222 12,506 | right by a decree of the~patriarch, after he has consulted 223 12,507 | the Apostolic See, by the~patriarch, within the territorial 224 12,509 | eparchy, the consent of the patriarch~is required within the territorial 225 12,544 | written permission of the patriarch and with the consent of~ 226 12,549 | granted also by: (1) the patriarch with~respect to all members 227 12,565 | patriarchal right, of the patriarch.~ 228 13,575 | patriarchal privilege; (2) the patriarch after consultation with 229 13,579 | can. 575, 1, n. 2, by the~patriarch, with the consent of the 230 13,583 | suppressed: ~(1) by the patriarch with the consent of his 231 15,642 | higher~authority is the patriarch with the consent of the 232 15,657 | patriarchal Churches to the patriarch with the consent of the 233 16,693 | reserves this power to the patriarch.~ 234 16,720 | having taken counsel with the patriarch and~eparchial bishops of 235 16,745 | law to~the Roman Pontiff, patriarch or metropolitan, so that 236 16,748 | of the~same Church, the patriarch can also grant this permission.~ 237 16,749 | Church, with regard to the~patriarch, establishes otherwise.~ 238 16,750 | who were rejected by the patriarch, nor the administrator of 239 16,759 | common law is reserved to~the patriarch, if it is a case of a candidate 240 16,767 | impediments is reserved to the patriarch for candidates or clerics 241 16,794 | patriarchal~Church, the patriarch can add an invalidating 242 16,795 | Apostolic See; however, the patriarch can dispense from~the impediment 243 16,799 | Apostolic See or of the patriarch or local hierarch within 244 16,829 | By the law itself, the~patriarch is endowed with the faculty 245 16,835 | the Apostolic See or the patriarch,~who will not grant it except 246 16,852 | Canon 852~A patriarch and an eparchial bishop 247 16,874 | case of someone who was a patriarch, bishop or exarch. ~4. Parishes, 248 16,888 | Apostolic See or by the patriarch, with the consent of the 249 17,898 | Besides the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch with the consent of~the 250 17,898 | provides for it,~also to the patriarch. 3. The right of receiving 251 19,916 | patriarchal Church, by the patriarch with the assent of the Apostolic 252 19,928 | is the competence of the patriarch, having consulted the permanent 253 19,928 | patriarchal Church, the patriarch can suppress any juridic~ 254 21,984 | to mean,~first of all, a patriarch, a major archbishop, a metropolitan 255 21,984 | syncellus; however, the patriarch, the major archbishop, the~ 256 21,988 | Apostolic See~or by the patriarch can be subdelegated, whether 257 22,1006| concern the eparchy of the~patriarch or a decree by which the 258 22,1006| or a decree by which the patriarch has decided recourse, recourse 259 23,1036| is required~of: (1) the patriarch with the consent of the 260 23,1036| eparchial bishop and the patriarch~who has the consent of the 261 23,1036| patriarchal Church; (3) ~the patriarch who has the consent of the 262 23,1036| synod of bishops of the patriarch Church, or if it is a case 263 23,1036| is to be followed but the patriarch needs the consent of the 264 23,1037| patriarchal eparchy, the patriarch needs: (1) the counsel of~ 265 23,1054| the Apostolic See or the patriarch is to be approached; but 266 24,1062| unable to be present, the patriarch with~the consent of the 267 24,1062| objection has been raised,~the patriarch is to act in like manner 268 24,1063| Canon 1063~1. The patriarch is to establish an ordinary 269 24,1063| from the tribunal of the patriarch's~eparchy. 2. This tribunal 270 24,1063| officials, appointed by the patriarch with the consent~of the 271 24,1063| patriarchal Church;~however, the patriarch alone may accept a resignation 272 24,1063| exarchs and delegates of the patriarch who are not~bishops; (2) 273 24,1063| immediately subject to~the patriarch; (3) institutes of consecrated 274 24,1067| iuris may be erected by the patriarch with the~consent of the 275 24,1084| impossibility lasts, the patriarch, having consulted the permanent 276 24,1087| who are clerics. 2. The patriarch, having consulted~the permanent 277 26,1383| Church shall consult the patriarch; other eparchial bishops 278 27,1402| their competence, by the patriarch, major archbishop, eparchial 279 27,1406| enumerated in can. 1402, 2. The patriarch, however, can threaten~even 280 27,1420| penalty is delegated to the patriarch or to others.~ 281 27,1423| remitting of penalties to the patriarch or major~archbishop, in 282 27,1445| against a metropolitan,~patriarch, or even the Roman Pontiff, 283 27,1447| was committed against~a patriarch or indeed against the Roman


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