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    Title, Canon
1 4,89 | of religious, the major superior, unless particular law of 2 4,89 | of~religious, the major superior.~ 3 4,114 | of~religious, their major superior. 3. The offices of either~ 4 4,143 | consent of the competent superior. 2. All who are to~be convoked 5 4,146 | matter, having heard from the superior administrative authority 6 6,167 | law are committed to~the superior administrative authority 7 6,176 | particular law or to the superior administrative authority 8 7,282 | the consent of the major superior of a religious institute 9 7,282 | eparchial bishop and the major superior~of the religious institute 10 7,284 | of religious, the major superior is to propose a suitable~ 11 7,286 | presbyter proposed by a~major superior according to the norm of 12 7,305 | to the right of the major superior of a religious institute 13 7,305 | a church proposed~by the superior. 3. If the church is connected 14 10,342 | testimony of the rector or the superior, especially concerning the 15 10,356 | situation is~such, to the major superior; but concerning the status 16 10,356 | eparchial bishop~or major superior is to visit the seminary 17 10,385 | the case may be, the major superior.~ 18 10,393 | own eparchial bishop or superior, to exercise their ministry 19 12,410 | statutes under a lawful superior, they renounce the world 20 12,412 | Pontiff as their~supreme superior, being bound by the obligation 21 12,415 | punished by their proper superior and who have been~warned 22 12,417 | their churches, and the superior,~warned by the local hierarch, 23 12,418 | monastic confederation, the superior of a monastery sui iuris, 24 12,418 | monastery sui iuris, the superior general~of an order or congregation, 25 12,418 | congregation, the provincial superior, their~vicars and others 26 12,418 | Under the~designation of superior of monks and other religious 27 12,419 | monastic confederation, the superior of a~non-confederated monastery 28 12,419 | monastery sui iuris, the superior general of the~order or 29 12,420 | religious houses, if the major~superior who has the right of visitation 30 12,426 | every religious, whether superior or subject, is obliged~not 31 12,430 | regard to the title of major superior which the~religious already 32 12,431 | written consent of the major superior, a religious cannot be promoted 33 12,438 | after having consulted the superior of the monastery, and the~ 34 12,438 | by a decree given by the superior of~the monastery on which 35 12,442 | to assume the office of superior of a monastery sui iuris, 36 12,443 | Canon 443~1. The superior of a monastery sui iuris 37 12,443 | synaxis of election of~the superior of a confederate monastery 38 12,444 | Canon 444~1. The office of superior of a monastery sui iuris 39 12,444 | monasteries are appointed by the superior of the monastery~sui iuris 40 12,445 | suited for the office of superior, abstaining~from any abuse 41 12,446 | Canon 446~The superior shall reside in the monastery 42 12,447 | under the direction of the superior. 2. The superior of a monastery 43 12,447 | of the superior. 2. The superior of a monastery sui iuris 44 12,447 | separated~from the office of superior, may nevertheless by joined 45 12,447 | officer is appointed~by the superior of the monastery sui iuris 46 12,450 | those, who are~admitted by a superior induced in the same way; ( 47 12,453 | Canon 453~1. It is the superior of an monastery sui iuris 48 12,456 | or, by a decision of the superior, after consulting the council,~ 49 12,456 | formation of novices, the superior is obliged to send the aspirants 50 12,458 | relations to the synaxis and the superior of the monastery, are to 51 12,464 | admitted to profession by the superior of the proper~monastery 52 12,464 | be received by the same superior in person or by another; ( 53 12,468 | with the permission of the superior. If, however, the member 54 12,468 | without permission of the superior, the member must~be held 55 12,470 | archives of the~monastery. The superior of the monastery sui iuris 56 12,472 | Canon 472~The superior of a monastery sui iuris 57 12,475 | shall be assigned by the~superior of the monastery, if it 58 12,475 | after he has~heard the superior of the monastery sui iuris, 59 12,477 | prejudice to the right of the~superior to admit, in individual 60 12,477 | indicated. 3. It is up to~the superior of a monastery sui iuris, 61 12,478 | Canon 478~The superior of the monastery may permit 62 12,482 | obtained the permission of the superior of the~monastery sui iuris 63 12,483 | to be designated by the superior of the monastery and is 64 12,484 | The hermit depends on the superior of the monastery and is 65 12,485 | Canon 485~The superior of the monastery sui iuris 66 12,487 | after having consulted the superior of the monastery sui iuris~ 67 12,487 | by the admission of the superior of the new monastery sui 68 12,488 | of transfer, unless the superior of the monastery requires~ 69 12,488 | the~new monastery by the Superior with the consent of the 70 12,489 | subject after hearing the superior of the~monastery sui iuris 71 12,490 | subject, at the request of the superior of the monastery sui iuris 72 12,491 | she dwells in place of the superior of his or her own~monastery 73 12,492 | shall be submitted to the superior of the monastery sui iuris,~ 74 12,496 | submit a petition to the superior of the monastery sui iuris. 75 12,496 | monastery sui iuris. 2. ~The superior shall forward this petition, 76 12,497 | only a civil one. ~2. The superior of the monastery sui iuris, 77 12,498 | from~the monastery, by the superior with the consent of the 78 12,498 | the monastic habit.~2. The superior of the monastery sui iuris, 79 12,499 | temporary profession by the superior of the monastery sui iuris 80 12,500 | monastic confederation or the superior of a no-confederated monastery 81 12,500 | including the presiding~superior, in such a way that if the 82 12,501 | the authority immediately superior to the one which has confirmed 83 12,501 | decree~of dismissal. The superior who has rendered the decree 84 12,508 | houses, and which a major superior rules~directly. 2. To divide 85 12,508 | urgent necessity, to the superior~general with the consent 86 12,513 | validly to~the office of superior, an appropriate period of 87 12,513 | If it is the case of the superior general, there is moreover 88 12,514 | decree differently for~the superior general. 2. However, before 89 12,514 | long~time in the office of superior without interruption.~ 90 12,515 | Canon 515~1. The superior general is designated by 91 12,515 | confirmation of the competent major superior but if they~are appointed, 92 12,516 | under the authority of the superior. 2. A~major superior cannot 93 12,516 | the superior. 2. A~major superior cannot fulfill the office 94 12,516 | separated from the office of~the superior, can nevertheless be combined 95 12,516 | be appointed by the major~superior with the consent of the 96 12,521 | done by a decree of the superior general with~the consent 97 12,522 | with the permission of~the superior general, given with the 98 12,522 | of novices. 2. The major superior can permit a~group of novices 99 12,524 | novices, is subject to the superior. 4. The~novice is under 100 12,527 | profession by the competent superior according~to the statutes 101 12,527 | be received by the same superior in person or through another; ( 102 12,529 | the~consent of the major superior, as long as the change is 103 12,529 | with the permission of the superior, transacted business of 104 12,534 | common law;~(2) the major superior can, with the consent of 105 12,535 | perpetual profession, the major superior must as~soon as possible 106 12,537 | The bishop to whom the superior must address the~dimissorial 107 12,539 | designated by the major superior according to the statutes; 108 12,539 | hierarch after hearing the superior, who~must previously consult 109 12,543 | He remains subject to the superior in matters which pertain 110 12,544 | consent of~his or her own superior general and the superior 111 12,544 | superior general and the superior general of the~order or 112 12,544 | transfer to a monastery, of the superior of~the monastery sui iuris; 113 12,544 | after consultation~with the superior general of the congregation 114 12,544 | with the consent of the superior general~of the congregation 115 12,544 | the congregation or the superior of the monastery sui iuris 116 12,545 | novitiate,~except if the superior general or the superior 117 12,545 | superior general or the superior of the monastery~sui iuris, 118 12,546 | congregation, can obtain from the superior~general with the consent 119 12,547 | Canon 547~1. The major superior, having consulted the council, 120 12,548 | subject having heard the~superior general and the council. 121 12,548 | authority at the request of the superior general acting with the 122 12,549 | submit a~petition to the superior general, who shall forward 123 12,551 | competent authority is the major superior having consulted~the council; 124 12,551 | time to~reach the major superior, the local superior, with 125 12,551 | major superior, the local superior, with the consent of~the 126 12,551 | notifying at once the major~superior.~ 127 12,552 | can be dismissed by the superior general with the consent 128 12,552 | the mind of the dismissing superior,~although it is not necessary 129 12,552 | submitted to the dismissing superior. 3. A recourse~against the 130 12,553 | Canon 553~The superior general is competent with 131 12,555 | Pontiff~as their supreme superior, whom they are obliged also 132 12,560 | the statutes, the major superior of a society can issue dimissorial 133 12,562 | consent is required of the superior general of the~society from 134 12,562 | perpetual incorporation, the~superior general is competent, observing 135 12,564 | Pontiff as their supreme superior, whom they are obliged to 136 13,578 | with the consent of~their superior.~ 137 15,632 | eparchial bishop or by a superior ecclesiastical authority 138 15,649 | Apostolic See or by the superior administrative authority, 139 15,661 | the eparchial bishop or a superior authority means that it 140 15,662 | publication, or finally by a superior authority having~executive 141 15,662 | permission of their major~superior, according to the norm of 142 15,666 | permission of the same or superior authority, and~observing 143 16,670 | eparchial bishop or by a superior authority. 2. If non-Catholic 144 16,722 | rector of the church~or the superior, if it is a case of a house 145 16,723 | virtue of his~office every superior of an institute of consecrated 146 16,724 | Christian faithful. 2. The superior of an institute of consecrated 147 16,755 | eparchial bishop or major superior, only for a most serious~ 148 16,757 | eparchial bishop or major superior.~ 149 16,761 | eparchial bishop~or major superior a signed declaration written 150 16,769 | rector of the seminary or the superior of the institute of consecrated 151 16,774 | eparchial bishop or major superior so that~the registration 152 16,775 | eparchial bishop or major superior is to send a notification~ 153 16,889 | legitimate ecclesiastical superior;~otherwise, it is private.~ 154 16,893 | hierarch, pastor, and local superior of an institute of consecrated 155 16,893 | consecrated life, the local superior, who has the~power of governance, 156 16,893 | governance, and his major superior. 2. Under the same~condition, 157 19,934 | to place a juridic act~a superior requires the consent or 158 19,934 | the law determines that a superior in order to place certain~ 159 19,934 | required, the action of the superior is invalid if the superior 160 19,934 | superior is invalid if the superior does not seek the consent 161 19,934 | required, the action of the superior~is invalid if the superior 162 19,934 | superior~is invalid if the superior does not consult to those 163 19,934 | unanimous, nevertheless the superior should not act~contrary 164 19,934 | be a reason which, in the superior's judgment, is overriding. 165 22,997 | can make~recourse to the superior authority of the one who 166 22,998 | controversy may be avoided. 2. The superior authority should encourage 167 22,1000| meanwhile be petitioned~from his superior authority who can decide 168 22,1002| Canon 1002~The superior authority must issue a decree 169 22,1003| lacks an~advocate and the superior authority considers it necessary; 170 22,1003| considers it necessary; the~superior authority can always order 171 22,1004| Canon 1004~The superior authority who examines the 172 22,1004| rescind~or revoke it, but the superior authority cannot amend it 173 22,1004| is also~accorded to the superior authority.~ 174 22,1005| Even if a decree from a superior authority is confirmed, 175 22,1005| decree should respond; the superior authority should respond 176 23,1040| civilly valid, the~authority superior to the one who carried out 177 24,1055| power of~governance the superior authority in accordance 178 24,1061| persons who do not have a superior authority below the Roman 179 24,1063| right, who do not have a superior within the same institute~ 180 24,1064| bishop for whom there is no superior authority below the~Roman 181 24,1069| of another, in which the~superior does not possess the power 182 24,1102| eparchial~bishop or major superior. 2. Unless the mandate of 183 24,1172| without the permission of the superior.~ 184 25,1312| him but to his~immediate superior, unless the delegation has 185 25,1340| sentence belongs to the superior determined by the statutes 186 26,1391| having notified the major superior or by the major superior 187 26,1391| superior or by the major superior who~has notified the eparchial 188 27,1402| eparchial bishop and~the major superior of an institute of consecrated 189 27,1429| consent of the competent superior is required,~or of a house 190 29,1514| enacted~by the authority superior to the one who issued the 191 29,1531| which has been denied by a superior authority cannot~be validly 192 29,1531| inferior authority, unless the superior~authority explicitly consents. 193 29,1531| another of equal competence or~superior if no mention of the denial 194 29,1536| granted by an~authority superior to the hierarch, the hierarch 195 29,1537| himself or by an~authority superior to him, it is also invalid.


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