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1 2,41 | iuris by reason of their office, ministry,~or function, 2 2,41 | with the seriousness of the office, ministry or function which 3 3,43 | Rome, in whom resides the office~(munus) given in special 4 3,43 | therefore, in virtue of his office (munus) he~enjoys supreme, 5 3,44 | Roman Pontiff resigns his office (munus), it is required 6 3,45 | Pontiff, by virtue of his office (munus), not only~has power 7 3,45 | Pontiff, in fulfilling the~office (munus) of the supreme pastor 8 3,46 | 46~1. In exercising his office (munus) the Roman Pontiff 9 4,62 | who has resigned from his office retains his title~and honors 10 4,76 | promise~to exercise his office with fidelity in the presence 11 4,77 | patriarch validly exercises his office~only after enthronement 12 4,77 | by which he obtains his office with the~full effects of 13 4,87 | He confers on them the office with residency in the~patriarchal 14 4,90 | regarding their function or office.~ 15 4,92 | often during his tenure in office, he is to make a visit~to 16 4,102 | bishops and candidates~for office mentioned in can. 149. 3. 17 4,104 | have already resigned~from office. 2. If a certain bishop 18 4,116 | or affects his eparchy or office, he is to be heard, but 19 4,123 | remove these notaries from office. 3. Concerning the archives 20 4,130 | Church cannot remove from office the protosyncellus or the 21 4,133 | proposed for or elected to office, if the eparchial bishop, 22 4,149 | candidates for filling the office of eparchial~bishop, coadjutor 23 5,153 | carry out faithfully his office;~afterwards his proclamation 24 6,159 | legitimately proposed or elected to office, if the eparchial~bishop, 25 6,165 | have already resigned from office. 2. If a certain bishop 26 7,189 | title. But if he had some office in the vacant eparchy he~ 27 7,210 | less able to fulfill his office, is requested to~present 28 7,210 | present his resignation from office. 2. This resignation from~ 29 7,210 | 2. This resignation from~office by the eparchial bishop 30 7,211 | whose resignation from office was accepted, obtains the 31 7,214 | canonical possession of their office, must show the~letters of 32 7,215 | bishop, are to exercise their office so that they act in unanimous 33 7,218 | regarding resignation~from office are applicable to a coadjutor 34 7,218 | title of emeriti of the office~previously held.~ 35 7,219 | transfer or privation of office of the eparchial bishop.~ 36 7,220 | canonical possession of the office by presenting the letters 37 7,222 | canonical possession of his office, upon the vacancy of the 38 7,223 | entire income of the previous office.~ 39 7,224 | syncelli immediately cease from office unless they are: (1) ~ordained 40 7,224 | canonical possession of his office. ~2. Those things legitimately 41 7,224 | certain,~they cease from office immediately. 3. When the 42 7,226 | time limit for holding the office or establish any other restriction.~ 43 7,227 | elected or appointed to the office of administrator of the 44 7,231 | an~eparchy ceases to hold office when the new eparchial bishop 45 7,232 | officer carries out his office under the authority of the 46 7,232 | officer lost the right~to his office in any manner, the election 47 7,232 | given it, he ceases to hold office unless he is confirmed in~ 48 7,232 | unless he is confirmed in~his office by the same bishop.~ 49 7,233 | to succeed one another in~office. 2. If there are none of 50 7,233 | and of his assumption of office. In other cases he is to 51 7,244 | appointment and removal from office of those who exercise an 52 7,244 | of those who exercise an office in the eparchial curia belongs 53 7,244 | All who are admitted to an office in the eparchial~curia must: ( 54 7,244 | promise to carry out the office faithfully in the manner 55 7,247 | bishop is not to commit the office of~protosyncellus or syncellus 56 7,248 | within the~limits of the office committed to them, exercise 57 7,250 | during the time they hold office, the privileges and insignia 58 7,251 | the syncelli cease from office after~the completion of 59 7,251 | With the suspension of the office of the eparchial~bishop, 60 7,255 | can be freely removed from office by the eparchial bishop, 61 7,262 | removed during his~term of office except for serious cause 62 7,277 | Canon 277~1. The office of protopresbyter, with 63 7,277 | in a~stable manner to the office of pastor of a certain parish; 64 7,277 | remove a protopresbyter from~office.~ 65 7,284 | possesses stability in~his office, therefore he is not to 66 7,288 | allowed to exercise his office unless he has~taken canonical 67 7,297 | The pastor ceases from office by resignation accepted 68 7,297 | submit his resignation from office to the eparchial~bishop, 69 7,299 | When he has fulfilled his office the parochial administrator 70 7,302 | vicar must,~in virtue of his office assist in the entire parochial 71 7,302 | pastor. ~2. In virtue of his office, the parochial vicar does 72 8,314 | patriarch~cannot be removed from office except with the consent 73 8,321 | During the time he is in office, an exarch who is not an 74 10,336 | delegate is to fulfill the office of pastor~for all who are 75 10,337 | appointment or election, term in office, rights and obligations~ 76 10,371 | their eparchial bishop an office, ministry~or function to 77 10,371 | faithfully carry out every office, ministry, or function committed 78 10,385 | exercise of an ecclesiastical office, ministry, or function, 79 10,386 | do not have a residential office,~nevertheless are not to 80 10,390 | remuneration for carrying out the office or function~committed to 81 12,418 | legitimately succeed them in office. 2. Under the~designation 82 12,422 | employ in exercising their office. In~cases prescribed by 83 12,431 | however, having fulfilled the office (munus), he is to return 84 12,442 | be capable to assume the office of superior of a monastery 85 12,444 | Canon 444~1. The office of superior of a monastery 86 12,444 | fulfilling the duties of their office because of failing health 87 12,444 | submit a~resignation from office to the synaxis, which is 88 12,445 | worthy and suited for the office of superior, abstaining~ 89 12,447 | who shall discharge this office~under the direction of the 90 12,447 | it be separated~from the office of superior, may nevertheless 91 12,513 | or elected validly to~the office of superior, an appropriate 92 12,514 | and appropriate term of office, unless the statutes decree 93 12,514 | they can be removed from office, or be transferred to~another 94 12,514 | be transferred to~another office for reasons, and according 95 12,514 | for too long~time in the office of superior without interruption.~ 96 12,516 | superior cannot fulfill the office of general finance officer 97 12,516 | preferably separated from the office of~the superior, can nevertheless 98 12,543 | with the obligations of his office. He remains subject to the 99 12,543 | those which concern the office of pastor he enjoys the 100 15,596 | Canon 596~The office of teaching in the name 101 15,597 | Pontiff, in virtue of his office, possesses infallible teaching 102 15,606 | bishops in their teaching office. 3. Those~involved in theological 103 15,611 | Canon 611~By virtue of their office, all who have been entrusted 104 15,650 | removal of teachers from office, program of studies, and 105 15,664 | prudence; in carrying out their office they are to give their judgment 106 16,722 | faulty by virtue~of their office or by virtue of the grant 107 16,723 | 723~1. In virtue of his office and within his jurisdiction, 108 16,723 | penance. 2. In virtue of his~office every superior of an institute 109 16,726 | 722, 4, by dismissal from office, from the loss of enrollment 110 16,735 | committed by reason of an~office are obliged to provide that 111 16,739 | care in virtue of~their office; any priest can licitly 112 16,762 | 7) a person who holds an office or position~of administration 113 16,762 | free by relinquishing the~office and position of administration 114 16,829 | canonical possession of office and as~long as they legitimately 115 16,829 | as they legitimately hold office, everywhere within the~boundaries 116 16,829 | pastor, by virtue of their office, only validly bless marriages 117 16,830 | as they legitimately hold office, the local hierarch~and 118 20,936 | 936~1. An ecclesiastical office is any function constituted 119 20,936 | in the~law by which the office is constituted or in the 120 20,936 | competent to establish an office, can also modify and suppress 121 20,936 | also modify and suppress an office and~make canonical provision 122 20,937 | 937~1. One who sets up an office must see that the means 123 20,937 | those who carry out the office is provided for. 2. The 124 20,938 | Canon 938~An office cannot be validly acquired 125 20,939 | Provision of an ecclesiastical office occurs by: (1) the free~ 126 20,940 | order to be promoted to an office, a person must be suitable, 127 20,940 | the person promoted to the office lacks the required qualities, 128 20,943 | 943~1. The provision of an office which is by law not vacant 129 20,943 | if it is a question of an office~which by law is conferred 130 20,943 | day of the vacancy of the office. 3. A promise of an office, 131 20,943 | office. 3. A promise of an office, no matter by~whom it is 132 20,944 | Canon 944~An office which is vacant by law but 133 20,945 | A person who confers an office, while supplying for someone 134 20,945 | the person upon whom the office was conferred, and the juridic 135 20,946 | Canon 946~Provision of an office which has been made because 136 20,947 | the right of election to office, the election, unless the 137 20,947 | notice~of vacancy of the office; if this period of time 138 20,947 | election or provide for the office successively is to make 139 20,947 | provision freely for the vacant office. 2. The competent authority 140 20,958 | immediately acquires the office with~the full effects of 141 20,959 | the administration of the office, and~acts placed by such 142 20,960 | person elected acquires the~office with the full effects of 143 20,964 | immediately acquires the office with the full effects of 144 20,965 | Canon 965~1. Office is lost, besides other cases 145 20,965 | and by privation. 2. An office is not lost by the expiration 146 20,965 | provides otherwise. 3. Loss of office by lapse of the determined~ 147 20,965 | the~person who loses an office by reason of age determined 148 20,966 | taken effect, the loss of an office is to be made~known as soon 149 20,966 | canonical provision of the office.~ 150 20,967 | sound mind can resign an office for a just cause.~ 151 20,969 | canonical provision of the office, and~this is to be done 152 20,971 | person who has resigned an office can obtain the same office 153 20,971 | office can obtain the same office by~some other title.~ 154 20,972 | right of~providing for the office which is being lost as well 155 20,972 | lost as well as for the~office which is being conferred. 156 20,972 | of the one who holds the office, with due~regard for the 157 20,973 | of a transfer, the prior office becomes vacant~through canonical 158 20,973 | possession of the other office unless the law~provides 159 20,973 | compensation assigned to the prior office until taking canonical possession 160 20,973 | possession of the other office.~ 161 20,974 | A person is removed from office either by a decree legitimately 162 20,975 | cannot be~removed from an office conferred for an indefinite 163 20,975 | removal of someone from an~office conferred for a determined 164 20,975 | prescriptions of~law, an office has been conferred on someone 165 20,975 | person can be removed from~office for a cause which is, in 166 20,976 | removed from an ecclesiastical office by the law itself: (1) who 167 20,976 | civilly. 2. The removal from office referred to in 1,~nn. 2 168 20,977 | a person is removed from office which is the source of financial 169 20,978 | Canon 978~Deprivation of office can be inflicted only as 170 21,981 | which is joined to~a certain office by the law itself; delegated 171 21,981 | but not by means of an office. 2. The~ordinary power of 172 21,991 | ceases by the loss of the office to which it~is connected. 173 21,991 | privation of or removal~from office is legitimately appealed 174 23,1025| Canon 1025~Before taking office, an administrator of ecclesiastical 175 23,1025| conscientiously fulfill his office; and (2) sign an accurate 176 23,1027| death or~the cessation from office of these administrators.~ 177 23,1028| is bound to fulfill his office with the diligence of a 178 23,1033| goods who relinquishes an office or function on his own initiative 179 24,1060| who hold the~highest civil office in a state; (4) other cases 180 24,1063| bond cannot be removed from~office except by the synod of bishops 181 24,1063| accept a resignation from office. 3. This tribunal is the 182 24,1084| excommunication, privation of office, reduction to an inferior 183 24,1088| be removed, but remain in office until~the new eparchial 184 24,1093| faithful approved for this office by the eparchial bishop. 185 24,1093| bishop can approve for the~office of auditor members of the 186 24,1093| is exercising his or her office.~ 187 24,1097| could have fulfilled their office by inspecting the acts.~ 188 24,1100| same person can hold the office of promoter of justice~and 189 24,1106| disqualify themselves from their office.~ 190 24,1115| including deprivation of office. 2. ~Other officers of the 191 24,1115| they do not fulfill their office as~above; the judge can 192 24,1116| or even in~virtue of his office oblige the petitioner to 193 24,1146| advocate can be suspended from office and also stricken from the 194 24,1147| suspended from the exercise of office and fined or punished with~ 195 24,1154| ministry or removal from office.~ 196 25,1199| status, or ceases from~the office on behalf of which the suit 197 25,1200| of can. 1139, ceases from office, the~prosecution of the 198 26,1395| an assignment to another office, if he is~suitable for this, 199 26,1396| abstain from exercising the office~of pastor, vacate the rectory 200 26,1397| another parish or to another office, the~eparchial bishop is 201 27,1402| case of a deprivation of office, title, insignia or a suspension 202 27,1430| penal transfer to another office. 2. Deprivation of the power~ 203 27,1432| rights connected~with an office, ministry or function; the 204 27,1432| may have by reason of an office, ministry or function. A 205 27,1460| intervention holy orders, an office, a ministry or another function 206 27,1462| others or~carried out an office, a ministry or another function 207 27,1463| someone who~exercises an office, a ministry or other function 208 27,1464| law,~has misused power, an office, a ministry or another function 209 27,1464| ecclesiastical authority, office,~ministry or other function 210 27,1465| Church, and exercising an office, a ministry or another function~ 211 28,1473| exercise~of sacred orders, an office, ministry or another function, 212 28,1474| advocate, who shall remain in office until the accused has appointed 213 29,1526| executor's successor in office, unless the first had been 214 30,1542| provision of an~ecclesiastical office which requires the exercise


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