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apostles 9
apostolate 19
apostolates 1
apostolic 204
apostolicae 1
apparent 1
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207 particular
206 another
205 time
204 apostolic
202 only
195 superior
189 but

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apostolic

    Title, Canon
1 Prel,4 | entered or approved by the Apostolic See with nations or~other 2 Prel,5 | granted up to this time by~the Apostolic See to physical and juridic 3 1,19 | to promote or to sustain apostolic~action by their own undertakings 4 1,25 | for divine worship, for apostolic works~and works of charity 5 2,29 | particular law established by the~Apostolic See. 2. If the child who 6 2,30 | particular law established by the~Apostolic See.~ 7 2,32 | without the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. In the case of~Christian 8 2,32 | territory, this consent of the Apostolic See is presumed, provided 9 2,35 | right of approaching the Apostolic~See in special cases of 10 2,36 | unless the rescript of the Apostolic~See provides otherwise.~ 11 3,48 | 48~In this Code the term "Apostolic See" or "Holy See" applies 12 3,49 | college,~and in which the apostolic body continually endures, 13 3,53 | Canon 53~If the Apostolic See becomes vacant during 14 4,61 | have a procurator at the Apostolic See appointed~by him with 15 4,81 | patriarch unless in a case the Apostolic See has directly communicated 16 4,85 | and having consulted the Apostolic See, the patriarch can establish 17 4,85 | patriarch is to notify the Apostolic~See of these decisions as 18 4,86 | proclamation of the election. The Apostolic See is to be~notified as 19 4,98 | the law established by the Apostolic See; the patriarch cannot 20 4,121 | cannot be constituted, the Apostolic See is to be notified and 21 4,138 | Church and approved by the Apostolic See or established by the 22 4,139 | with the approval of the Apostolic See; to this metropolitan 23 4,148 | with the~consent of the Apostolic See. 2. The visitor, before 24 4,148 | propose opportune means to the Apostolic~See, in order that everywhere 25 4,150 | decisions are approved by the Apostolic See, they~have the force 26 6,159 | they pertain,~unless the Apostolic See directly provides for 27 6,167 | metropolitan will notify the Apostolic See as soon as~possible 28 6,167 | written notification from the Apostolic See of~the reception of 29 6,167 | metropolitan is~also to notify the Apostolic See of other actions of 30 6,168 | and send the list to~the Apostolic See, observing secrecy even 31 6,171 | transmitting~them to the Apostolic See, in which are provided 32 6,175 | immediately depend on the Apostolic See; however,~the hierarch 33 6,175 | 8, as a delegate of the Apostolic See.~ 34 6,176 | with the consent of the Apostolic See, unless it is expressly 35 7,177 | one, holy, catholic and~apostolic Church of Christ is truly 36 7,177 | within the competence of~the Apostolic See.~ 37 7,182 | through the patriarch to the Apostolic See to obtain~the assent 38 7,184 | patriarch is to notify the Apostolic See immediately of the acceptance 39 7,185 | immediately to notify the Apostolic See of the completed election 40 7,186 | patriarch, after consulting the Apostolic See, can~request the vote 41 7,186 | defers the~matter to the Apostolic See.~ 42 7,188 | from the reception of the apostolic letter if it is a case of~ 43 7,189 | carried out, in~which the apostolic or patriarchal letter of 44 7,192 | temporarily; he is to extend his apostolic spirit also to those~who 45 7,193 | authority and notify the Apostolic See as soon as possible;~ 46 7,193 | is to be referred to the Apostolic See.~ 47 7,206 | copy of the report to the Apostolic See as soon as possible. 48 7,206 | make the same report to~the Apostolic See every five years, and, 49 7,207 | Church, is to inform the Apostolic See on the occasion of the~ 50 7,211 | provisions are made by the Apostolic See or, if it is an eparchy~ 51 7,220 | patriarch is to inform the Apostolic See as~soon as possible 52 7,220 | administrator devolves to the Apostolic See; (4) the administrator 53 7,221 | consultors, is to inform the Apostolic See~as soon as possible 54 7,221 | otherwise provided by the Apostolic See, transfers to the~auxiliary 55 7,221 | or he is impeded, to the~Apostolic See; (5) the administrator 56 7,221 | possible he is to inform the~Apostolic See of his election or of 57 7,224 | otherwise determined by the Apostolic See or by~the particular 58 7,231 | otherwise, it is reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. After the death,~ 59 7,233 | which he~presides or by the Apostolic See. If there is no coadjutor 60 7,233 | cases he is to inform~the Apostolic See and, if he belongs to 61 7,234 | the Roman Pontiff to an apostolic administrator due to serious 62 7,234 | obligations and privileges of the apostolic administrator are determined 63 7,248 | faculties granted by~the Apostolic See to the eparchial bishop 64 7,248 | execution of rescripts of the Apostolic See or of the patriarch, 65 7,277 | outstanding for~his doctrine and apostolic fervor. 2. The protopresbyter 66 8,311 | exarchies belongs to the Apostolic See alone.~ 67 8,314 | the exarch belongs to the~Apostolic See alone. 2. The exarch 68 8,316 | made respectively~to the Apostolic See or the patriarch. From 69 8,318 | present the same report to the Apostolic See~every five years and 70 9,322 | opportune in the judgment of the Apostolic~See, patriarchs, metropolitans 71 9,322 | authority designated by the Apostolic~See in order that communicating 72 9,322 | well as approved by~the Apostolic See. 3. A decision, even 73 9,322 | must be approved~by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 74 10,331 | fulfill certain ministries or apostolic works. ~Other institutes 75 10,346 | spiritual lives and strength for apostolic labor: (1) alert to~the 76 10,346 | strength and defense of an apostolic vocation, especially by 77 10,357 | which have obtained from the Apostolic See the right~to enroll 78 10,381 | Clerics are to be ardent in apostolic zeal, an example to~all 79 10,385 | particular law or by the Apostolic See. 3. A cleric is forbidden 80 10,394 | 3) by a rescript of the~Apostolic See or in accordance with 81 10,394 | and is not granted by the Apostolic See to deacons without~serious 82 10,397 | is to be deferred to the Apostolic See.~ 83 10,398 | state by rescript of the Apostolic~See can be readmitted among 84 10,398 | the clerics solely by the Apostolic~See; but one who obtained 85 12,413 | directly~and exclusively to the Apostolic See if they are of pontifical~ 86 12,414 | eparchial right, belong to the Apostolic~See alone. 3. When a congregation 87 12,415 | eparchial bishop can entrust apostolic~work or duties pertaining 88 12,419 | copy of~their report to the Apostolic See.~ 89 12,429 | the Roman Pontiff, and the Apostolic See, as well as the letters 90 12,432 | with the approval of the Apostolic See is attached to another~ 91 12,432 | privileges granted by the Apostolic See.~ 92 12,434 | if it was erected by the Apostolic See or recognized as such 93 12,434 | of recognition from the Apostolic See.~ 94 12,435 | in other instances, the~Apostolic See. 2. It is reserved to 95 12,438 | be suppressed only by the Apostolic See. 3. A subsidiary~monastery 96 12,438 | right is reserved to the Apostolic See, without prejudice~in 97 12,439 | In other instances, the Apostolic See is to be~approached 98 12,440 | confederations is reserved to the Apostolic See, 3. It is~reserved to 99 12,451 | without the permission of the Apostolic~See, unless it is the case 100 12,480 | or in other cases, of the Apostolic See.~ 101 12,487 | iuris the permission of the~Apostolic See is required. 5. The 102 12,492 | that of~the council, to the Apostolic See. 2. An indult of this 103 12,492 | kind~is reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 104 12,501 | has been confirmed by the Apostolic See,~demand that the case 105 12,501 | dismissal belongs to the Apostolic See, or, if it is a member 106 12,505 | if it is erected by the~Apostolic See or recognized as such 107 12,505 | of recognition from the Apostolic See. 2. A congregation is: ( 108 12,505 | if it is erected by the Apostolic See or recognized as such 109 12,505 | of recognition from the Apostolic See; (3) of eparchial right 110 12,505 | of recognition from the~Apostolic See or from the patriarch. 111 12,506 | them without consulting the Apostolic See, and,~in addition, within 112 12,506 | and after consulting the Apostolic See. 3. A congregation of 113 12,507 | suppressed except~by the Apostolic See, and to which it is 114 12,507 | suppressed, besides by the Apostolic See, by the~patriarch, within 115 12,507 | permanent synod and of the Apostolic See.~ 116 12,509 | cases, the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. ~The matters mentioned 117 12,517 | without the permission of the Apostolic See, unless it is a candidate 118 12,523 | it had been dedicated to apostolic work arranged for the instruction 119 12,544 | without the consent of the Apostolic See. 4. The consent of the 120 12,544 | See. 4. The consent of the Apostolic See~is required for the 121 12,549 | kind is reserved to~the Apostolic See; but in congregations, 122 12,549 | congregations, in addition to the Apostolic See, it can be granted also 123 12,554 | particular law~established by the Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members 124 12,562 | also the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. A member who moves~ 125 12,563 | Church; (2) exercise an apostolic activity as a leaven in 126 12,565 | virtue of a~concession of the Apostolic See, or, if it is a secular 127 12,571 | 571~It is reserved to the Apostolic See to approve new forms 128 12,572 | Canon 572~Societies of apostolic life, whose members without 129 12,572 | vows~pursue the particular apostolic purpose of the society, 130 12,572 | iuris or established by the Apostolic~See.~ ~ 131 13,575 | been reserved to others by apostolic or patriarchal privilege; ( 132 13,575 | the~same Church; (3) the Apostolic See for other types. 2. 133 13,579 | special concession of the Apostolic See, or,~if it is an association 134 13,583 | erected or approved by the Apostolic See can be~only suppressed 135 13,583 | be~only suppressed by the Apostolic See. 2. The other associations, 136 13,583 | norm of law, besides by the Apostolic See, can be suppressed: ~( 137 14,594 | recognized as such by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 138 15,605 | and in a unique way of the Apostolic See~to promote, preserve 139 15,642 | previous consultation of the Apostolic See or by the Apostolic 140 15,642 | Apostolic See or by the Apostolic See itself;~such erection 141 15,649 | faculties is~done by the Apostolic See or by the superior administrative 142 15,649 | 642, together with the Apostolic See.~ 143 15,650 | the norms given by the~Apostolic See are to be followed.~ 144 15,652 | council of hierarchs, and the Apostolic See are competent to forbid 145 15,657 | after prior review of the~Apostolic See, is reserved in patriarchal 146 15,657 | rests exclusively with the Apostolic See, and, within~the limits 147 15,657 | sending a report to the Apostolic See in the~case of patriarchal 148 16,671 | according to the~judgment of the Apostolic See, are in the same condition 149 16,674 | special faculty~from the Apostolic See.~ 150 16,727 | council of hierarchs or the Apostolic See.~ 151 16,728 | sins is reserved to the Apostolic See: (1) direct violation 152 16,748 | without the~permission of the Apostolic See; if, however, it is 153 16,758 | norms established by the Apostolic See are to be~followed in 154 16,759 | Church; otherwise, to the Apostolic See.~ 155 16,767 | otherwise, it is~reserved to the Apostolic See. 3. A confessor has 156 16,792 | after consultation with the~Apostolic See; no lower authority, 157 16,794 | in other cases only the Apostolic See can do so.~ 158 16,795 | impediments is reserved~to the Apostolic See; however, the patriarch 159 16,799 | determination in a rescript of the~Apostolic See or of the patriarch 160 16,835 | by law is reserved to the Apostolic See or the patriarch,~who 161 16,852 | can be granted only by the Apostolic~See.~ 162 16,880 | sui~iuris approved by the Apostolic See which suppresses a holy 163 16,888 | the consent given by the Apostolic See or by the patriarch, 164 18,904 | norms of~particular law; the Apostolic Roman See directing the 165 19,916 | appointed as such by the Apostolic See or,~if it is a question 166 19,916 | patriarch with the assent of the Apostolic See.~ 167 19,928 | set up or approved by the~Apostolic See; (2) it is the responsibility 168 21,984 | bishop, the exarch, the apostolic administrator, as well as 169 21,988 | Executive power delegated by the Apostolic See~or by the patriarch 170 22,1006| question is deferred to the~Apostolic See; against the decision 171 23,1019| claims, which belong to the Apostolic See, are prescribed after 172 23,1036| patriarchal Church or by the Apostolic See, consent is required 173 23,1036| cases the consent of the Apostolic See is~required if the value 174 23,1052| Liturgy is reserved to the Apostolic See. 2. If it is expressly~ 175 23,1054| 3. In~other cases, the Apostolic See or the patriarch is 176 24,1056| reserved to a dicastery of the Apostolic See,~tribunals must follow 177 24,1059| through tribunals of the Apostolic See or through~judges delegated 178 24,1061| before the tribunals of the Apostolic See,~with due regard for 179 24,1062| for the competence of the Apostolic See, constitutes the~highest 180 24,1064| with the approval of the Apostolic See, with due regard~for 181 24,1065| of third instance is the Apostolic See, unless common law expressly 182 24,1067| with the approval of~the Apostolic See. 2. This tribunal should 183 24,1067| patriarchal Church or by the Apostolic See, the norms determined 184 24,1067| determined by the synod or by the Apostolic See are to be observed. ~ 185 24,1067| with the approval of the Apostolic See,~or to the tribunal 186 24,1067| tribunal designated by the Apostolic See.~ 187 24,1068| in a stable manner by the Apostolic See.~ 188 24,1084| is to be~referred to the Apostolic See.~ 189 24,1087| is to be referred to the Apostolic See. 3. The judges are to 190 24,1152| delicts reserved~to the Apostolic See; (2) actions for those 191 24,1172| consecrated life or societies of apostolic life in~the manner of religious 192 25,1310| Pontiff himself or of the Apostolic Signatura; (2) from a sentence 193 25,1312| delegation has come from the Apostolic See itself.~ 194 26,1359| are not reserved~to the Apostolic See the following are competent: ( 195 26,1367| acts are to be sent to~the Apostolic See together with a petition 196 26,1383| bishops shall consult the~Apostolic See. 4. In such a procedure 197 26,1384| special norms issued by the Apostolic See are to be~followed.~ 198 26,1388| particular law~approved by the Apostolic See.~ 199 27,1402| excommunication. 3. Besides the Apostolic See,~such a decree can be 200 27,1420| however, imposed by the Apostolic See~can be remitted only 201 27,1420| be remitted only by the Apostolic See, unless the remitting~ 202 27,1423| with the consent of the Apostolic See. 2. Every reservation 203 29,1489| Canon 1489~1. Laws of the Apostolic See are promulgated by being 204 30,1542| be acquired~only from an apostolic privilege; (3) rights and


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