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1 Prel,5 | privileges granted up to this time by~the Apostolic See to 2 1,20 | human person and at~the same time come to know and live the 3 4,83 | the same eparchy at the time determined by particular 4 4,88 | the~Roman Pontiff at any time.~ 5 4,111 | designates~the manner and time of promulgation of laws 6 4,115 | patriarch. 3. At the same time and in the~same manner, 7 4,133 | his province within the time determined by law with due 8 4,133 | failed to do so within the time~established by law, and 9 4,137 | also the circumstances of time and~place.~ 10 4,140 | current circumstances of~the time, taking into account the 11 4,144 | assembly at an opportune time.~ 12 5,153 | be conducted within the time established by the Roman 13 6,159 | the same~Church within the time determined by law; (2) to 14 6,159 | omitted to do so within the time established by law and also 15 7,182 | patriarch at a suitable time prior to the convocation 16 7,203 | to the needs of place and time. 3. The eparchial bishop 17 7,208 | desirable that at least some time it be done with the patriarch.~ 18 7,217 | depart except for a short time unless they are fulfilling 19 7,220 | within a month of available time~from the reception of notice 20 7,226 | themselves nor determine a~time limit for holding the office 21 7,230 | eparchial bishop during the time when the~eparchial see is 22 7,233 | protosyncellus. At a suitable time the eparchial~bishop can 23 7,240 | assembly. 2. At a suitable time the eparchial bishop is~ 24 7,240 | see that, at a suitable time, all who are summoned to 25 7,250 | presbyters have, during the time they hold office, the privileges 26 7,258 | curia except for a brief time only and with permission~ 27 7,267 | eparchy and at the same time exercise some~function for 28 7,271 | bishop from those who, at the time of their appointment, are 29 7,284 | for a determined~period of time unless: (1) it concerns 30 7,296 | visitation or at another suitable time; the~pastor is to take care 31 7,305 | college is, at the same time, the rector of the~church 32 8,321 | Canon 321~1. During the time he is in office, an exarch 33 9,322 | hierarchs, and at the same time are passed by at least two-thirds 34 10,347 | culture of the place and time and investigating the undertakings 35 10,347 | illuminate the people of their~time and to serve truth.~ 36 10,352 | conditions of place and time and to the aptitude of the 37 10,359 | same bishop~and at the same time must obtain letters of enrollment 38 10,360 | for a determined period of time, even renewed many times, 39 10,368 | of God, and at the same time that they be~exemplary models 40 10,369 | spiritual direction and to take time~for spiritual retreats at 41 10,386 | for a notable period~of time determined by particular 42 10,386 | reside there for a lengthy time, he is to~inform the local 43 12,444 | conferred~for an indeterminate time, unless the typicon states 44 12,444 | monastery~sui iuris for a time determined in the typicon 45 12,447 | not perform at the same time the duties of~finance officer; 46 12,449 | experienced monk for a~period of time specified in the typicon.~ 47 12,457 | novitiate, but the unfinished time must be made~up, unless 48 12,461 | novice is suitable, the time of novitiate can be prolonged 49 12,467 | renunciation made before this time is by the law itself invalid. ~ 50 12,471 | accordance with the needs of the~time, and that they thereby become 51 12,473 | they are celebrated, take time for contemplation of divine 52 12,478 | outside the monastery for a time determined in the typicon. 53 12,488 | monastery. When the probationary time~has passed, he or she either 54 12,491 | monastic habit;~during the time of the exclaustration he 55 12,500 | 4) that the available time established by the typicon 56 12,513 | an appropriate period of time is required~after perpetual 57 12,514 | However, before the determined time~has elapsed they can be 58 12,514 | shall not stay for too long~time in the office of superior 59 12,522 | for a certain period of time in another~house of the 60 12,523 | fifteen days, the unfinished~time must be made up, even though 61 12,525 | she wishes, for the whole time during which he or she will 62 12,526 | shall be made for that time determined in~the statutes. 63 12,526 | that taken~together the time shall not be shorter than 64 12,545 | circumstances, reduces the time of the novitiate, but not 65 12,545 | unless in the meantime the time of profession has expired. 66 12,546 | at the expiration of the time of the vows. 2. One~who, 67 12,550 | if, however, within the time prescribed by the~statutes, 68 12,551 | in delay and there is no time to~reach the major superior, 69 13,576 | usefulness of the~place and time. 2. The statutes and their 70 14,590 | Churches reach maturity in due time and be fully established 71 15,634 | that at one and the same time~they grow in accordance 72 15,635 | circumstances of~place and time.~ 73 15,641 | proper to it, so that as time goes~on a deeper understanding 74 16,685 | but always at the same time with a Catholic sponsor.~ 75 16,700 | not, however, at the~same time in which a concelebration 76 16,707 | liturgical vestments, the time and place~of the celebration 77 16,708 | iuris,~especially at Easter time, during which Christ handed 78 16,718 | from God and at the same time are reconciled with the 79 16,720 | many penitents at the same time without prior~individual 80 16,720 | imminent and there is not time for the priest or~priests 81 16,720 | penitents within a suitable time so that, through no fault~ 82 16,720 | they are forced for a long time to be deprived of~sacramental 83 16,721 | given to many at the same time, it is required~not only 84 16,721 | disposed, but also at the~same time intend in due time to confess 85 16,721 | same time intend in due time to confess individually 86 16,721 | sins which at the present time cannot be confessed. 2. 87 16,721 | even in danger of death if time is available.~ 88 16,734 | received in confession at any time. 3. ~Directors of institutes 89 16,738 | sacrament at an opportune time.~ 90 16,740 | death or even at another time according to the judgment 91 16,761 | ecclesiastical ministry, at the same time requesting that he be admitted 92 16,769 | candidate resided for~some time, concerning the qualities 93 16,781 | parties were bound at the time of the celebration of~marriage 94 16,781 | parties were subject~at the time of the celebration of the 95 16,794 | eparchy, but only for a time, for a serious cause and 96 16,797 | there is not sufficient time to have~recourse to the 97 16,803 | celebrated. 2. If at the time of the celebration of the 98 16,814 | informed at an appropriate time of these~promises which 99 16,837 | parties be present at the same time and mutually manifest~marriage 100 16,838 | hierarch. 2. Concerning the time~of the celebration of marriage, 101 16,856 | the other party requests time for responding, the same 102 16,859 | non-baptized man who at the same time has several non-baptized 103 16,859 | non-baptized woman, who at the same time has several non-baptized~ 104 16,875 | bodies, and at the same time brings the solace of hope 105 16,881 | more easily, the available time runs from the evening of 106 16,891 | 891~A vow ceases when the time appointed for the fulfillment 107 20,942 | suitably fulfilled at the~same time by the same person may not 108 20,943 | for a determined period of time the~Canonical provision 109 20,943 | before the expiration of this time, and it takes effect on 110 20,947 | three months of available time from receipt of the notice~ 111 20,947 | office; if this period of time has elapsed~without action, 112 20,948 | electors at a place and time~that is suitable to them; 113 20,957 | eight days of available time after having been notified, 114 20,959 | eight days of available time~from the day of acceptance 115 20,963 | eight days of available time to the competent authority 116 20,963 | sent within the prescribed time, it is by the law itself 117 20,965 | the lapse of a determined time, by reaching the age determined 118 20,965 | lapse of the determined~time or by reaching a certain 119 20,975 | an indefinite period of time~except for grave reasons 120 20,975 | for a determined period of time before the term~has expired. 121 20,977 | is seen to for a suitable time, unless it is provided~otherwise.~ 122 21,984 | as~well as one who for a time succeed these in governance 123 21,984 | well as those who for a time legitimately succeed~them 124 21,984 | well as those~who for a time succeed them in governance 125 21,992 | mandate, by the~lapse of the time or by the completion of 126 21,992 | inadvertently~after the lapse of time or after the completion 127 23,1028| capital be repaid in due time; (5) with the consent of 128 23,1047| on the expiration of the time specified,~unless another 129 23,1052| able to be pursued at~the time the obligations were accepted. 130 24,1088| for a definite period of time. ~2. If this period of time 131 24,1088| time. ~2. If this period of time elapses during the vacancy 132 24,1121| treated at their proper time in~accordance with the norms 133 24,1122| adjudicated at the same time~as the principal actions, 134 24,1124| Canon 1124~1. The time limits set by law for extinguishing 135 24,1124| have lapsed, however, other time~limits can be extended by 136 24,1124| if they request it; such time limits, however,~may never 137 24,1125| the law does not establish time limits for positing of procedural 138 24,1126| scheduled for a judicial act~the time limit is extended to the 139 24,1142| mandate within the peremptory time limits set by the judge.~ 140 24,1153| of execution within the time limits indicated in can. 141 24,1155| several actions~at the same time provided they do not conflict 142 24,1163| ten day period; after such time, or if the petition is rejected,~ 143 24,1176| simple and provide for brief time limits, observing equity 144 24,1178| parties may~prorogate the time limits.~ 145 25,1191| respondent and at the same time to others who are~to appear. 146 25,1198| furnish the parties suitable time to present and complete 147 25,1200| to do so within the brief time period~stated by the judge.~ 148 25,1233| be presented within the time limit set by the~judge; 149 25,1244| knowledge and the precise time the witness learned what 150 25,1245| several points~at the same time, not captious, nor crafty, 151 25,1246| to the witnesses~ahead of time. 2. However, if the matters 152 25,1258| the judge should fix the time within which the examination 153 25,1272| respondent within available time even by issuing a new citation 154 25,1276| and peremptory period of time assigned~to present proofs 155 25,1282| has~been completed, it is time for the conclusion of the 156 25,1282| nothing more to add, or the time set by the judge for proposing 157 25,1284| an~appropriate period of time for the presentation of 158 25,1286| within a short period of time set by the judge. 2. This~ 159 25,1286| must be granted a second time for a reason; however, in 160 25,1289| defense brief within the time~available to them, or if 161 25,1293| judges set a longer period of time for a serious reason.~ 162 25,1297| possible indicating~the time in which an appeal of the 163 25,1306| with an appeal~within the time determined for an appeal.~ 164 25,1307| has pronounced, within the time period for acting set by 165 25,1311| sentence within the peremptory time limit of fifteen available~ 166 25,1314| has set a longer period of time for the party~of prosecute 167 25,1318| parts~within a peremptory time period of fifteen days from 168 25,1322| filed within the available time (tempus~utile); (3) if, 169 25,1325| can be challenged at any~time to an appellate tribunal 170 25,1325| forward within the peremptory time period of~thirty days from 171 25,1327| decision is~had later, the time limit runs from this notification. 172 25,1327| this notification. 3. The~time limits mentioned above do 173 25,1342| and prudence~is to set a time limit for fulfilling the 174 25,1346| that judge is to~set a time limit for the petitioner 175 25,1347| Canon 1347~1. When the time limits mentioned in cann. 176 26,1383| spouse, even for a long time, is insufficient. 3. In 177 26,1390| as~not ceasing in a short time; (4) grave neglect or violation 178 26,1393| answered within the prescribed time~period the eparchial bishop 179 26,1393| extending~the available time for response. 2. If the 180 26,1399| lapse of a predetermined time. ~3. If this period of time 181 26,1399| time. ~3. If this period of time has passed in vain, the 182 27,1407| the offense, with adequate time given for~reconsideration. 183 27,1409| penalty to a more appropriate time, if it is foreseen that~ 184 27,1409| an offense for the first time, after having been~commended 185 27,1409| repeated the offense within~the time set by the judge; otherwise 186 27,1409| unless in~the meantime time has run out for initiating 187 27,1411| can be imposed after the time for a penal action has~been 188 28,1474| advocate within a defined time period; if it elapses without 189 29,1508| practice~for the prescribed time determined by law. 2. A 190 29,1508| customs. ~4. Even before that time, a competent legislator 191 29,1512| or in rescripts from the time when the letter is issued; 192 29,1512| effect takes place at the time of~its execution.~ 193 29,1518| advocate, within the period of time established by the authority 194 29,1519| request for it, unless another time period is prescribed by 195 29,1519| writing for the decree, the time period is thirty days; if 196 29,1533| thing or place; (3) when the time has elapsed, or after the 197 29,1533| if through the passage of time the circumstances, in the 198 29,1539| difficult, and at the same time there is a danger of grave 199 30 | Prescription and the Computation of Time 1540~The Church accepts 200 30,1541| the entire course of~the time required for prescription 201 30,1543| Canon 1543~Time is computed according to 202 30,1544| Canon 1544~1. Continuous time is understood as that which 203 30,1544| interruption. 2. Available time (tempus utile) is understood~ 204 30,1545| understood as a period of time consisting of 24 continuous 205 30,1545| the calendar. 2. If the time is~continuous, a month and


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