Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
enunciations 1
eparchial 617
eparchies 36
eparchy 232
epiphany 1
episcopacy 1
episcopal 34
Frequency    [«  »]
239 consent
233 faithful
233 own
232 eparchy
231 any
221 on
217 synod

CCEO

IntraText - Concordances

eparchy

    Title, Canon
1 2,32 | Christian faithful of an eparchy of a certain Church sui 2 2,32 | iuris which has~its own eparchy in the same territory, this 3 3,45 | which bishops~possess in the eparchy entrusted to their care 4 4,83 | canonically visiting his own eparchy, the patriarch~has the right 5 4,83 | pastoral visitation of~the same eparchy at the time determined by 6 4,83 | visit a church, city, or eparchy either personally or through 7 4,95 | that they reside in the eparchy which they govern;~he should 8 4,101 | Canon 101~In his own eparchy, in stauropegial monasteries 9 4,101 | places~where neither an eparchy nor an exarchy is established, 10 4,114 | Distinct from the curia of the eparchy of the patriarch, the~patriarch 11 4,116 | same synod~or affects his eparchy or office, he is to be heard, 12 4,122 | the finance officer of the eparchy of the patriarch. The patriarchal~ 13 4,129 | patriarchal Church in the eparchy of the~patriarch, in stauropegial 14 4,129 | places where~neither an eparchy nor an exarchy is erected, 15 4,129 | administrator of a vacant eparchy.~ 16 4,130 | or the syncellus of the eparchy of the patriarch nor innovate 17 4,132 | Christian faithful of~his own eparchy; the governance of the same 18 4,132 | the governance of the same eparchy is the responsibility of 19 4,134 | metropolitan in his own eparchy has~the same rights and 20 4,143 | seminaries; (6) from each eparchy at least one presbyter enrolled 21 4,143 | presbyter enrolled in the same eparchy, especially a pastor, one 22 6,158 | The metropolitan, in the eparchy entrusted to him, has the 23 6,159 | appoint an administrator of an eparchy in the case mentioned in 24 6,173 | vacant or impeded see of the eparchy~of the metropolitan cann. 25 7,177 | Canon 177~1. An eparchy is a portion of the people 26 7,178 | governs in~his own name the eparchy entrusted to him for shepherding. 27 7,179 | Canon 179~Bishops to whom an eparchy has not been entrusted for 28 7,187 | eparchial bishop of a determined eparchy or by which another determined 29 7,188 | canonical possession of the eparchy within four months from 30 7,189 | canonical possession of the eparchy by the enthronement itself, 31 7,189 | in the governance~of the eparchy either personally, through 32 7,189 | some office in the vacant eparchy he~can retain and exercise 33 7,190 | eparchial bishop represents the eparchy in all its juridic~affairs.~ 34 7,191 | eparchial bishop governs the eparchy entrusted to him~with legislative, 35 7,192 | within~the territory of his eparchy and those who are staying 36 7,198 | frequently for the people of the eparchy entrusted to him; he must 37 7,199 | entire liturgical life in the eparchy committed to~him, must be 38 7,200 | functions in the entire~eparchy, which are to be solemnly 39 7,200 | the boundaries of~his own eparchy without the express or at 40 7,203 | of the apostolate in the eparchy and see to it that all of 41 7,203 | apostolate in the entire eparchy or in particular districts 42 7,204 | obligation of residing in his own~eparchy. 2. In addition to those 43 7,204 | legitimate absence from his own eparchy, the bishop can be absent~ 44 7,204 | precaution is taken that the eparchy not~suffer harm from his 45 7,204 | must not be absent from his eparchy on days~of special solemnity 46 7,204 | beyond six~months from the eparchy entrusted to him, the patriarch 47 7,205 | canonically visiting the eparchy either entirely or in part 48 7,205 | canonically visit the entire eparchy. 2. Persons, Catholic institutions, 49 7,205 | within the boundaries of the eparchy are subject to the canonical 50 7,206 | about the status of the~eparchy committed to him, according 51 7,209 | the other clergy of the eparchy. 2. The eparchial bishop~ 52 7,211 | eparchial bishop emeritus of the~eparchy he governed and can retain 53 7,211 | retain a residence in the eparchy~itself unless in certain 54 7,211 | Apostolic See or, if it is an eparchy~inside the territorial boundaries 55 7,211 | obligation which rests upon the eparchy which he~has served.~ 56 7,212 | the pastoral needs of the eparchy warrant it, one or~several 57 7,217 | obligation of residing in the eparchy from which they are not 58 7,217 | some~function outside the eparchy or are on vacation, which 59 7,220 | an administrator of the eparchy, the ordinary~power of the 60 7,220 | an administrator of the eparchy within a month of available 61 7,220 | the administrator of~the eparchy, after making the profession 62 7,221 | the see and, if it is an~eparchy of a patriarchal Church, 63 7,221 | administrator the governance of the eparchy,~unless otherwise provided 64 7,221 | consultors. They govern the eparchy with~that authority which 65 7,221 | an administrator~of the eparchy according to the norm of 66 7,221 | the administrator of the eparchy has not been elected or 67 7,221 | an administrator of the eparchy devolves~to the metropolitan 68 7,221 | the administrator of an eparchy legitimately~elected or 69 7,222 | the administrator of the eparchy~until he has been enthroned 70 7,223 | canonical possession of the new eparchy within~two months from the 71 7,223 | the interim, in the former eparchy: (1) he has the rights and 72 7,223 | the administrator of the eparchy; (2) he retains the~honorific 73 7,224 | 2) constituted in the eparchy of the patriarch; (3) constituted 74 7,224 | patriarch; (3) constituted in an eparchy located inside the territorial 75 7,224 | the administrator of the eparchy takes canonical possession 76 7,224 | the administrator of the~eparchy unless otherwise determined 77 7,225 | appointed administrator~of the eparchy and all contrary customs 78 7,225 | the administrator of the~eparchy another interim eparchial 79 7,226 | the administrator of an eparchy~neither the patriarch nor 80 7,227 | The administrator of an eparchy is to manifest integrity,~ 81 7,227 | of administrator of the eparchy. If these conditions have 82 7,228 | for the governance of the eparchy are~prohibited from doing 83 7,228 | could be prejudicial to the~eparchy or episcopal rights. They 84 7,229 | The administrator of the eparchy has the same rights and 85 7,230 | the administrator of an~eparchy has the right to an appropriate 86 7,230 | taken from the goods of the eparchy; (2) the other income accruing 87 7,230 | bishop for the needs of the eparchy, observing the prescriptions~ 88 7,231 | the administrator of an eparchy is to be~made to the patriarch 89 7,231 | of an administrator of an eparchy inside the~territorial boundaries 90 7,231 | the administrator of the eparchy, a new~one is constituted 91 7,231 | The administrator of an~eparchy ceases to hold office when 92 7,231 | Canonical possession of the eparchy. The new eparchial bishop~ 93 7,232 | the administrator of the eparchy. The administration of the 94 7,233 | him, the governance of the eparchy is the responsibility of 95 7,233 | assuming the governance of the eparchy, the college of eparchial 96 7,233 | priest who is to govern the eparchy. 3. One who takes up the 97 7,233 | up the governance of an eparchy within~the territorial boundaries 98 7,234 | 1. The governance of an eparchy, whether occupied or vacant, 99 7,235 | needs or advantage of the eparchy.~ 100 7,238 | which have houses~in the eparchy, to be elected in the manner 101 7,243 | in the governance of the eparchy committed~to him. 2. To 102 7,243 | necessary or useful~for the eparchy the eparchial bishop can 103 7,245 | Canon 245~In each eparchy a protosyncellus is to be 104 7,245 | bishop in governing the whole eparchy.~ 105 7,246 | correct governance of the eparchy requires it,~one or several 106 7,246 | determined~section of the eparchy, in certain types of business 107 7,247 | the clergy enrolled in the~eparchy, not less than thirty years 108 7,247 | or syncelli from another eparchy, even of another~Church 109 7,248 | protosyncellus in the entire eparchy and the syncelli within 110 7,256 | pertaining to~affairs of the eparchy are to be preserved. 2. 111 7,261 | territorial boundaries of the eparchy are diligently preserved 112 7,262 | the temporal goods of the eparchy, to supervise the administration 113 7,262 | ecclesiastical goods in the whole eparchy, to provide for~their preservation, 114 7,263 | governance of the whole eparchy as well as examine the account 115 7,264 | must be established in the eparchy, that is~a body of priests 116 7,264 | work and the good of the eparchy.~ 117 7,267 | presbyters enrolled in the eparchy; (2) other priests who have 118 7,267 | or~quasi-domicile in the eparchy and at the same time exercise 119 7,267 | function for the good of the eparchy. 2. To the extent provided 120 7,267 | or quasi-domicile in~the eparchy.~ 121 7,268 | various districts of the eparchy.~ 122 7,269 | regarding matters of the eparchy~which he himself governs, 123 7,270 | canonical possession of the~eparchy, the eparchial bishop must 124 7,270 | to it for the good of the eparchy or is~gravely abusing it, 125 7,271 | patriarch, in the matters of the eparchy which he himself governs, 126 7,272 | Canon 272~In the eparchy, if pastoral circumstances 127 7,272 | regard~pastoral works in the eparchy.~ 128 7,273 | Christian faithful of the eparchy in~regard to the types of 129 7,279 | on a stable basis in the eparchy, whose pastoral care in~ 130 7,282 | the administrator of an eparchy, after consulting the presbyteral 131 7,286 | the administrator of~the eparchy or another who governs the 132 7,286 | another who governs the eparchy in the interim, is~competent: ( 133 8,311 | circumstances, is not erected as an eparchy, and which is~established 134 10,330 | type of program for his own eparchy, without prejudice to can. 135 10,332 | seminary may be erected in any eparchy if the good~of the Church 136 10,332 | serves either one very large eparchy or, if not a whole Church~ 137 10,332 | sui iuris~which have an eparchy in the same region or nation 138 10,334 | eparchial bishop for his own~eparchy or in common for several 139 10,357 | a cleric either in some~eparchy or exarchy or religious 140 10,357 | enrollment of clerics in some eparchy and~dismissal from it is 141 10,358 | enrolled as a cleric in the~eparchy for whose service he is 142 10,358 | been enrolled in the same eparchy.~ 143 10,359 | already enrolled in some eparchy to be~validly transferred 144 10,359 | validly transferred in another eparchy he must obtain from his~ 145 10,359 | eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which he wishes to be 146 10,360 | cleric can move into another eparchy for a determined period 147 10,360 | itself enrolled in~the host eparchy if he has made such a desire 148 10,361 | enrollment or a move to another~eparchy laboring under a severe 149 10,361 | is a true need in his own eparchy or Church sui iuris.~ 150 10,362 | recalled from the other~eparchy by his own eparchial bishop 151 10,362 | legitimately returning to his own eparchy from another~does so without 152 10,363 | validly enroll a cleric in an eparchy, dismiss him from it, or 153 10,363 | the administrator of an eparchy without the consent of~the 154 10,363 | the administrator of an eparchy, unless the eparchial see 155 10,364 | enrollment of a cleric in some eparchy does not cease except~by 156 10,364 | valid enrollment in another eparchy or by loss of the clerical~ 157 10,365 | transfer in or move to another eparchy just causes~such as the 158 10,365 | the licit transfer~to an eparchy of another Church sui iuris 159 10,366 | enroll an alien cleric to his~eparchy unless: (1) the needs or 160 10,366 | needs or advantage of the eparchy require it; (2) he is convinced 161 10,366 | legitimate dismissal~from his eparchy; and he has obtained from 162 10,366 | himself to service of~the new eparchy according to the norm of 163 10,366 | enrollment of the cleric into his eparchy as soon as~possible.~ 164 10,386 | nevertheless are not to leave their eparchy for a notable period~of 165 10,386 | residing outside his own eparchy is subject to the eparchial~ 166 12,414 | eparchial bishop of~the eparchy where the principal house 167 12,415 | duties pertaining to the eparchy to religious only with~the 168 12,428 | cleric~already enrolled in an eparchy, by perpetual profession.~ 169 12,431 | the patriarchal Church, eparchy, or exarchy; all others, 170 12,438 | confederated; otherwise upon the eparchy,~or, if it was stauropegial, 171 12,443 | right of~the bishop of the eparchy to preside at the synaxis 172 12,452 | Clerics enrolled in an eparchy cannot be licitly admitted 173 12,469 | held as well as his own~eparchy, and is joined to the monastery 174 12,494 | thereby enrolled in the eparchy by the law itself; in the 175 12,509 | patriarchal right in some eparchy, the consent of the patriarch~ 176 12,531 | religious~state, lose their own eparchy and are incorporated with 177 12,537 | absent, or, finally, if~the eparchy is vacant and the one who 178 12,542 | them, especially in the eparchy in which they~dwell, when 179 12,549 | eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which~the member is domiciled, 180 12,560 | cleric~already enrolled in an eparchy, by perpetual incorporation.~ 181 12,565 | diaconal ordination in the eparchy for whose service he was~ 182 13,575 | the administrator of the eparchy, excepting those~associations 183 15,638 | Catholic schools in his eparchy, excepting those schools 184 15,663 | enough for its use in another eparchy, but the explicit consent~ 185 15,663 | of the hierarch of that eparchy is required.~ 186 16,722 | the local hierarch~of the eparchy in which they are enrolled 187 16,726 | loss of enrollment in an eparchy, or from the loss of domicile.~ 188 16,748 | is enrolled in~a certain eparchy, the proper eparchial bishop 189 16,748 | bishop is the bishop of~the eparchy in which the candidate has 190 16,748 | candidate has a domicile, or the eparchy~in whose service the candidate 191 16,748 | is already enrolled in an eparchy, it is the bishop of that 192 16,748 | it is the bishop of that eparchy. 2. An eparchial bishop 193 16,749 | Canon 749~In another eparchy, a bishop is prohibited 194 16,750 | the administrator of an eparchy. 2. The administrator of 195 16,750 | nor the administrator of eparchy to~those who were rejected 196 16,794 | territorial boundaries of his eparchy, but only for a time, for 197 16,795 | territorial boundaries of his eparchy from impediments of ecclesiastical 198 16,796 | territorial~boundaries of his eparchy from the form to be observed 199 16,893 | territorial boundaries of the eparchy, a local hierarch; and also 200 19,911 | when he is in a different eparchy from the one where he has 201 19,912 | parish or at least of a eparchy, which either is joined~ 202 19,912 | parish or at least of a eparchy which either is joined~with 203 21,984 | only with regard to the eparchy which~they govern, with 204 22,1006| decrees which concern the eparchy of the~patriarch or a decree 205 23,1012| necessary for the good of the eparchy, the~eparchial bishop has 206 23,1019| Church sui iuris or to~an eparchy are prescribed after a period 207 23,1021| provisions have been made, each eparchy, according to the particular 208 23,1021| the~clerics who serve the eparchy. 2. Wherever social security 209 23,1021| as it is necessary, each eparchy is to establish a general 210 23,1021| the various needs of the eparchy; this fund can also be the~ 211 23,1022| within the boundaries of the eparchy and are not exempt from 212 23,1036| college of consultors of the eparchy for the goods of the~eparchy; ( 213 23,1036| eparchy for the goods of the~eparchy; (2) the eparchial bishop, 214 23,1036| college of consultors of~the eparchy, for the goods of juridic 215 23,1036| synod,~for the goods of an eparchy within the territorial boundaries 216 23,1037| Church or of a~patriarchal eparchy, the patriarch needs: (1) 217 23,1037| patriarchate; for the~goods of an eparchy of the patriarchate, can. 218 23,1046| Churches of a place or an eparchy, or of the Christian faithful 219 23,1052| legitimately established in the eparchy, for as long as this~diminishment 220 24,1063| tribunal of the patriarch's~eparchy. 2. This tribunal is to 221 24,1064| from the~tribunal of the eparchy of the metropolitan is the 222 24,1066| of first instance in each~eparchy and for all cases not expressly 223 24,1086| unless the smallness of the eparchy or the small number of cases~ 224 24,1087| eparchial judges in the~eparchy who are clerics. 2. The 225 24,1094| is to be appointed in an eparchy for contentious cases in 226 24,1096| is to be appointed in an eparchy for cases~concerning the 227 24,1102| tribunals may be chosen~from any eparchy, religious institute or 228 24,1184| eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which it was given, or~ 229 25,1340| eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which the first~instance 230 26,1378| eparchial bishop of the eparchy of residence of the spouses 231 26,1385| or the~hierarch in whose eparchy he was ordained have the 232 27,1429| only clerics~enrolled in an eparchy, without prejudice to institutes


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License