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    Title, Canon
1 1,14 | Christian faithful have the right and the obligation of~working 2 1,15 | they possess, they have the right and even at times a duty 3 1,15 | Church, and they have a right to~make their opinion known 4 1,16 | Christian faithful have the right to receive assistance from~ 5 1,17 | Christian faithful have the right to worship God according 6 1,19 | of the Church, have the right to promote or to sustain 7 1,20 | of the gospel, have the~right to a Christian education 8 1,22 | Christian faithful have the right to be free from any~kind 9 1,23 | enjoys nor to violate the right of any person to protect 10 1,24 | Christian faithful also have the right, if they are summoned~to 11 1,24 | Christian faithful have the right not to be punished with~ 12 2,35 | with due regard for the right of approaching the Apostolic~ 13 3,45 | Church; however, he has the right, according to the needs 14 3,52 | Canon 52~1. It is the right and obligation of all and 15 4,62 | celebrations and has the~right that a dignified residence 16 4,82 | Canon 82~1. By his own right the patriarch can: (1) within 17 4,83 | With due regard for the right and obligation of the eparchial 18 4,83 | eparchy, the patriarch~has the right and obligation to conduct 19 4,88 | with due regard for the right of deferring them to the~ 20 4,89 | Canon 89~1. It is the right and obligation of the patriarch 21 4,144 | With due regard for the right of any Christian faithful 22 4,146 | the legitimately acquired right of erecting provinces, eparchies 23 4,148 | Canon 148~1. It is the right and the obligation of the 24 6,155 | law. 2. It is solely the right of the supreme authority 25 6,167 | Church sui iuris also has the right to~perform administrative 26 7,205 | pontifical or patriarchal~right and their houses only in 27 7,212 | appointed ex~officio with the right of succession and endowed 28 7,230 | administrator of an~eparchy has the right to an appropriate remuneration 29 7,232 | finance officer lost the right~to his office in any manner, 30 7,237 | Canon 237~1. It is the right of the eparchial bishop 31 7,238 | whom he can even~grant the right to vote. 3. Some observers 32 7,240 | With due regard for the right of any Christian faithful 33 7,257 | chancellor. ~2. It is a right of interested parties to 34 7,266 | their offices;~(3) it is the right of the eparchial bishop 35 7,269 | with due regard~for the right of the patriarch regarding 36 7,278 | particular law it is the right and obligation of the protopresbyter~ 37 7,284 | Canon 284~1. The right of naming pastors belongs 38 7,305 | without prejudice to the right of the major superior of 39 7,305 | pontifical or patriarchal right, the eparchial bishop is 40 8,320 | inform~the authority whose right it is to appoint the exarch 41 10,328 | Canon 328~It is the proper right and obligation of the Church 42 10,339 | invited, keeping intact the~right of the students to petition 43 10,357 | from the Apostolic See the right~to enroll clerics in themselves 44 10,371 | of law, clerics have the~right to obtain from their eparchial 45 10,390 | 390~1. Clerics have the right to a suitable sustenance 46 10,390 | account. 2. They also have the~right that there be provided for 47 10,390 | health benefits. So that this right can be~effectively put into 48 10,392 | Canon 392~Clerics have a right to annual vacations as determined 49 11,402 | Christian faithful have the right to have recognized that~ 50 11,403 | With due regard for the right and obligation to preserve~ 51 11,403 | rite, lay persons have the right to participate actively 52 11,404 | infancy, lay persons have the right and obligation of~acquiring 53 11,404 | persons also possess the right~to acquire that deeper knowledge 54 11,409 | diligently. 2. They have a right to a decent remuneration 55 11,409 | law; they likewise have a right that their own and their 56 12,413 | if they are of pontifical~right; if they are of patriarchal 57 12,413 | patriarchal or eparchial right, they are~directly subject 58 12,414 | congregations of eparchial~right, it pertains to the eparchial 59 12,414 | congregations of patriarchal right which have~their headquarters 60 12,414 | which are not of eparchial right, belong to the Apostolic~ 61 12,414 | congregation of eparchial right has extended itself to other 62 12,415 | apostolate. 2. It is the right and duty~of the eparchial 63 12,417 | patriarchal or~of pontifical right or in their churches, and 64 12,419 | eparchial or patriarchal right shall send a copy of~their 65 12,420 | and indeed, no one has the right~to divert the members from 66 12,420 | major~superior who has the right of visitation has not made 67 12,434 | monastery is of pontifical right if it was erected by the 68 12,434 | its decree; of patriarchal~right if it is a stauropegial 69 12,434 | stauropegial one; of eparchial right if it was~erected by the 70 12,438 | filial one of eparchial right or a stauropegial one, for 71 12,438 | monastery is of eparchial right, and~after having consulted 72 12,438 | confederated, save for the right of suspensive recourse to 73 12,438 | of a monastery of~papal right is reserved to the Apostolic 74 12,443 | without prejudice to the right of~the bishop of the eparchy 75 12,448 | the person is moved by the right intention, is suited for~ 76 12,477 | without prejudice to the right of the~superior to admit, 77 12,496 | monastery of pontifical right, to~grant in this instance 78 12,505 | An order is of pontifical right if it is erected by the~ 79 12,505 | the same; of~patriarchal right, if it has not obtained 80 12,505 | congregation is: (1) of~pontifical right, if it is erected by the 81 12,505 | same; (2) of patriarchal right~if, erected by the patriarch 82 12,505 | Apostolic See; (3) of eparchial right if, erected by the eparchial~ 83 12,506 | congregation of eparchial right which, within the territorial 84 12,506 | can become of patriarchal right by a decree of the~patriarch, 85 12,507 | order, even of patriarchal right, lawfully erected, although 86 12,507 | patriarchal or eparchial right, lawfully erected, although 87 12,509 | congregation of~patriarchal right in some eparchy, the consent 88 12,511 | pontifical or patriarchal right, moreover, superiors and 89 12,519 | Canon 519~The right to admit candidates to the 90 12,524 | The director alone has the~right and duty of providing for 91 12,529 | gratuitously to renounce the right of disposing of goods by 92 12,539 | pontifical or patriarchal right are designated by the major 93 12,541 | without prejudice to the right of superiors, even local 94 12,544 | congregation of eparchial right to another religious institute 95 12,544 | religious institute of eparchial right with the written consent 96 12,546 | congregations of eparchial right, the indult, in order to 97 12,549 | congregation of eparchial right, the eparchial bishop; ( 98 12,549 | congregation of~eparchial right. 3. The indult of departure 99 12,554 | patriarchal or eparchial right,~in accordance with the 100 12,563 | patriarchal or eparchial right, in accordance with can. 101 12,565 | institute~of patriarchal right, of the patriarch.~ 102 13,574 | authority alone has the right to erect associations of 103 13,583 | and with due regard to~the right of recourse, with suspensive 104 14,586 | to be concerned that the right to religious freedom is 105 14,587 | the catechumenate~have the right to be admitted to the liturgy 106 15,595 | has the innate duty and right to preach~the gospel to 107 15,595 | To the Church belongs the right always and everywhere~to 108 15,610 | 610~1. Bishops have the right to preach the word of God 109 15,612 | pontifical or patriarchal right,~the major superiors are 110 15,627 | faithful are to see that this right is recognized~by the civil 111 15,629 | human and moral values~with right conscience and accepting 112 15,631 | community. 2. It is the right of the Church to establish 113 15,633 | eparchial bishop has the right to judge any school whatever 114 15,633 | or not; he has also the right to forbid the Christian 115 15,638 | eparchial bishop has the right of visiting all the Catholic 116 15,638 | pontifical or patriarchal right, and in any case without~ 117 15,638 | several eparchial bishops, the right of canonical visitation 118 15,648 | related~subjects, and have the right to confer academic degrees 119 15,651 | necessary to vindicate the right everywhere to the use of 120 15,657 | in other Churches~this right rests exclusively with the 121 15,664 | outstanding for their knowledge, right doctrine and prudence; in 122 16,685 | deposition or deprived of the right of acting in the~function 123 16,700 | each priest retains the right to~celebrate the Divine 124 16,723 | pontifical or patriarchal right, if he is a priest, is endowed~ 125 16,783 | each other~and the primary right and obligation which parents 126 16,795 | congregations of eparchial right; (3) conjugicide. 2. Dispensation 127 16,857 | The baptized party has the right of celebrating a new marriage~ 128 16,863 | the former does have the right~to end conjugal living, 129 16,866 | the former renounces the right to~separate.~ 130 16,874 | Canon 874~1. It is the right of the Church to possess 131 16,893 | dispensation does not injure a right acquired by others: (1) 132 17,898 | Catholic Church. 2. The right of~receiving anyone else 133 17,898 | to the patriarch. 3. The right of receiving individual~ 134 19,910 | with due regard for the right of the eparchial~bishop, 135 19,929 | accordance with what is right and just, the goods~held 136 20,947 | 947~1. If a group has the right of election to office, the 137 20,947 | the authority having the right to confirm the~election 138 20,947 | if the group has lost its right to~elect in some other way.~ 139 20,949 | the convocation have the right to vote; the faculty of 140 20,950 | Even if a person has the right to vote in his or her own 141 20,957 | does not accept~loses any right deriving from the election 142 20,957 | does not regain~any such right by a subsequent acceptance; 143 20,958 | person acquires only the right to seek~confirmation.~ 144 20,959 | elected is deprived of any right unless it is proved that 145 20,963 | for that instance of the right to~elect, unless it is proved 146 20,963 | one postulated~acquires no right from the postulation; the 147 20,964 | competent~authority the right of electing reverts to the 148 20,966 | possible to all who enjoy any right with respect~to the canonical 149 20,972 | only by one who has the right of~providing for the office 150 20,972 | with due regard for the right to bring forward arguments 151 22,1003| the~recourse also has the right of employing an advocate 152 23,1007| therefore it has an innate right of acquiring, possessing, 153 23,1011| competent authority has the right to require from the Christian 154 23,1012| eparchial bishop has the right, with the consent of the 155 23,1013| eparchial bishop has the right, within the limits set by~ 156 23,1036| bishop, even if pontifical right, within the territorial 157 23,1045| death. 2. ~In virtue of this right the hierarch can and must 158 23,1045| wills~and contrary to this right of the hierarch are to be 159 23,1052| pontifical or patriarchal right. 6. The~eparchial bishop 160 24,1060| Pontiff himself alone has the right to judge: (1) ~patriarchs; ( 161 24,1062| administration~of justice has the right of vigilance over all tribunals 162 24,1062| patriarchal Church, as well as~the right of deciding when objections 163 24,1063| consecrated life of pontifical~right; (4) superiors of institutes 164 24,1063| consecrated life of pontifical right, who do not have a superior 165 24,1069| same institute of eparchial right or of another, in which 166 24,1071| 1071~Every tribunal has the right to call upon the assistance 167 24,1082| cites the respondent has the right to judge the case.~ 168 24,1124| law for extinguishing the right to~act cannot be extended 169 24,1142| prevent the extinction of a right, however, the judge can 170 24,1144| the procurator retains the~right and obligation to appeal 171 24,1149| Canon 1149~Every right whatsoever is safeguarded 172 24,1158| arguments, has demonstrated a right to something retained by 173 24,1158| in safe keeping, has the~right to obtain its sequestration 174 24,1158| another from exercising a right.~ 175 24,1159| for~credit provided the right of the creditor is sufficiently 176 24,1160| restrain the exercise of~a right can in no way be decreed 177 24,1161| restraining the exercise of a right, can impose on the person 178 24,1161| compensate for damages if the right is not~proven.~ 179 24,1180| the arbitrators have the right to be reimbursed for~expenses; 180 25,1187| basis for the petitioner's right and at least in general 181 25,1194| does not expire when the~right of the one delegating ceases; ( 182 25,1202| with due~regard for the right of petitioning for indemnity 183 25,1239| their state, enjoy a similar right, are to be~heard in a place 184 25,1276| party defending one's own~right or as an accessory to help 185 25,1276| briefly~demonstrating the right to intervene. 3. The person 186 25,1281| concern, however, that the right of defense always remains 187 25,1286| set by the judge. 2. This~right is granted to the parties 188 25,1286| defender of the bond have the right to reply again to the~rejoinders 189 25,1291| is to~pronounce that the right of the petitioner is not 190 25,1292| however, each judge has the right~to retract his or her original 191 25,1303| legitimate mandate; (7) the right of defense was denied to 192 25,1307| bond whenever they have the right to intervene. ~2. A judge 193 25,1309| presence is required, have the right to appeal from a~sentence 194 25,1313| question arises regarding the right of appeal, the appellate~ 195 25,1332| must prove that his or her right~has been truly damaged or 196 25,1333| opponent proves his or her right, the sentence given~earlier 197 25,1334| the court~costs, have the right to the gratuitous legal 198 25,1345| granting the~latter the right to send a written response 199 26,1357| to the Church by proper~right.~ 200 26,1364| intervening in the suit, have the~right: (1) to be present at the 201 26,1373| feels aggrieved retains the right to appeal.~ 202 26,1385| he was ordained have the right to impugn the validity of 203 27,1408| without prejudice to the right of~the Roman Pontiff or 204 27,1410| account always~his vested right to insurance and social 205 27,1423| Without prejudice to the right of the Roman Pontiff to 206 27,1429| of papal or patriarchal right,~in which case the consent 207 27,1432| validity of acts nor the right to a~dwelling place which 208 28,1477| discussion. 2. It is~the right of the tribunal to call 209 28,1478| the~accused always has the right to speak last.~ 210 28,1485| way does it establish the right of the injured~party unless 211 28,1486| of fully~exercising the right of self-defense, unless 212 29,1516| as it harms the acquired right of~another, or is contrary 213 30 | acquiring or losing a subjective right and~of freeing oneself from 214 30,1542| the norm of law; (7) the right of visitation~and the obligation 215 30,1544| to exercise or pursue a right but~which does not run if


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