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    Title, Canon
1 2,36 | is made before the local hierarch or the~proper pastor of 2 2,38 | committed to the~care of a hierarch or pastor of another Church 3 4,89 | punishment, he is to warn the~hierarch to whom the cleric is immediately 4 4,96 | do the same as~the local hierarch in the entire Church over 5 4,144 | to~pose questions to his hierarch, only the patriarch or the 6 4,147 | who do not have a local hierarch of their own Church~sui 7 6,174 | metropolitan is entrusted to a hierarch who presides over it according 8 6,175 | Apostolic See; however,~the hierarch exercises the rights and 9 6,176 | in these Churches is the hierarch who presides~over it according 10 7,278 | meetings which the local hierarch judges appropriate for~promoting 11 7,292 | church. However the local hierarch,~for a just cause, can permit 12 7,292 | to inform his own local hierarch of~this. 3. The eparchial 13 7,302 | generally, by, besides the local~hierarch, the pastor within the boundaries 14 7,306 | the judgment of the local hierarch, they are in no way~prejudicial 15 7,307 | it advisable, the local hierarch can order the rector of 16 7,309 | the authority of the local hierarch and with due regard for~ 17 10,336 | eparchies is subject to the~hierarch designated by those who 18 10,371 | permission of their own proper~hierarch is required.~ 19 10,372 | courses approved by their own hierarch. 2. They are to attend~conferences 20 10,372 | attend~conferences which the hierarch has judged suitable for 21 10,383 | except by permission of their hierarch;~(3) they are to make use 22 10,386 | presumed, of their local hierarch. 2. A cleric who is~residing 23 10,386 | he is to~inform the local hierarch without delay.~ 24 10,388 | the consent of the local hierarch.~ 25 12,415 | the authority of the local~hierarch in matters which pertain 26 12,415 | been~warned by the local hierarch, can be punished by that 27 12,415 | can be punished by that hierarch~even if they have lawfully 28 12,417 | superior,~warned by the local hierarch, has failed to take care 29 12,417 | care of it, the~same local hierarch is obliged to defer the 30 12,418 | not~come either the local hierarch or the patriarch, without 31 12,418 | patriarch or to the local hierarch.~ 32 12,420 | any manner. 3. The~local hierarch must visit all religious 33 12,420 | being warned by the local hierarch, still has neglected to 34 12,429 | superiors and also to the local~hierarch, patriarch, legate of the 35 12,454 | supervision of the local hierarch, as~well as in respect to 36 12,475 | otherwise by the local hierarch, after he has~heard the 37 12,475 | priest-monks, the local hierarch shall designate in the same 38 12,477 | after notifying the local hierarch, to prescribe precisely 39 12,479 | the judgment of the local hierarch, the assistance of monasteries 40 12,479 | when requested by that hierarch, must provide such~instruction 41 12,483 | written~consent of the local hierarch is also required.~ 42 12,539 | other cases by the local hierarch after hearing the superior, 43 12,542 | is required by the local hierarch or~the pastor, in order 44 13,580 | declared dismissed by the local hierarch in virtue of~the law itself.~ 45 15,613 | Against the decree of a hierarch forbidding someone to preach~ 46 15,614 | reason approved by the local hierarch. 4. The homily is reserved~ 47 15,620 | the guidance of the local hierarch.~ 48 15,657 | by an~attestation of the hierarch referred to in can. 662, 49 15,662 | by the author's own local hierarch or by the hierarch of the~ 50 15,662 | local hierarch or by the hierarch of the~place of publication, 51 15,663 | legitimately granted by one hierarch is not~enough for its use 52 15,663 | explicit consent~of the hierarch of that eparchy is required.~ 53 15,664 | Canon 664~1. The local hierarch may abide by the judgment 54 15,664 | be set up for the local hierarch, the synod of bishops of 55 15,664 | if it is favorable, the hierarch may grant permission or 56 16,677 | same~pastor or the local hierarch, is competent for its administration, 57 16,687 | permission of the~local hierarch.~ 58 16,703 | recommendation from his own hierarch or in another way sufficiently 59 16,705 | permission of the local hierarch.~ 60 16,714 | moderation of the local hierarch.~ 61 16,722 | of the grant of the local hierarch~of the eparchy in which 62 16,722 | faithful, unless the local hierarch in a~special case expressly 63 16,723 | in~addition to the local hierarch, the pastor and also the 64 16,724 | Canon 724~1. Only the local hierarch is competent to confer on 65 16,726 | faculty~is revoked by the hierarch mentioned in can. 722, 4 66 16,762 | proven in~the judgment of the hierarch. 2. The acts which are mentioned~ 67 16,763 | 762, 1, n. 1,~until the hierarch, after consultation with 68 16,767 | eparchial bishop or the hierarch of an institute of~consecrated 69 16,786 | the pastor or the local hierarch before the~celebration of 70 16,788 | the~matter to the local hierarch.~ 71 16,789 | permission of the local hierarch, is not to bless: (1) ~the 72 16,789 | ecclesial communion; the local hierarch in this case will not grant 73 16,794 | special case, the local hierarch can prohibit the marriage 74 16,794 | exists. 2. If the local hierarch is one who exercises~his 75 16,795 | Canon 795~1. The local hierarch can dispense the Christian 76 16,796 | danger of death, the local hierarch can dispense the~Christian 77 16,796 | cases in which the local hierarch cannot~be reached, the following 78 16,796 | confession. 3. ~The local hierarch is not considered to be 79 16,797 | and 2 is held by the local hierarch and, provided the~case is 80 16,798 | inform~immediately the local hierarch of a dispensation or convalidation~ 81 16,799 | of the patriarch or local hierarch within the~limits of his 82 16,814 | a just reason the local hierarch can grant permission; however 83 16,828 | the presence of the local hierarch, local pastor,~or a priest 84 16,829 | Church sui iuris. 2. The hierarch and the personal pastor, 85 16,830 | legitimately hold office, the local hierarch~and the pastor can give 86 16,830 | However, only the~local hierarch can give a general faculty 87 16,831 | Canon 831~1. The local hierarch or pastor licitly blesses 88 16,831 | has the permission of the~hierarch or pastor of the domicile 89 16,831 | Church sui iuris, unless the hierarch who~exercises power in that 90 16,833 | Canon 833~1. The local hierarch can give to any Catholic 91 16,838 | permission of the local hierarch or pastor, in another sacred~ 92 16,838 | permission of the local hierarch. 2. Concerning the time~ 93 16,840 | be granted by the local~hierarch for a serious and urgent 94 16,840 | on the part of the local~hierarch, the pastor, the priest 95 16,840 | on the part of the local hierarch if serious~scandal or serious 96 16,855 | after baptism, but the local hierarch for a serious reason~can 97 16,856 | the authority of the~local hierarch of the converted party; 98 16,856 | for responding, the same hierarch is to grant it with~the 99 16,858 | serious reason the local hierarch can permit the baptized~ 100 16,859 | of the persons, the~local hierarch is to take care that sufficient 101 16,864 | of a decree of the local hierarch, or even on his or her own~ 102 16,876 | prudent judgment of the local hierarch; unless it is against their 103 16,876 | prudent~judgment of the local hierarch. 3. Those who choose cremation~ 104 16,887 | written~consent given by the hierarch who exercises authority 105 16,887 | consent given by the same hierarch, who before he grants~it, 106 16,893 | for his own subjects, any hierarch, pastor, and local superior 107 16,893 | of the eparchy, a local hierarch; and also a~local pastor 108 17,898 | Catholic Church pertains to the~hierarch of the place, or if the 109 19,916 | acquires his or her local hierarch and pastor of the Church 110 19,916 | staying. 3. The proper~local hierarch and pastor of a transient 111 19,916 | pastor of his~church and the hierarch of the place where the transient 112 19,916 | certain Church sui iuris, the hierarch of~another Church sui iuris, 113 19,916 | be considered the proper hierarch of these faithful, with 114 19,916 | considered their proper~hierarch who has been appointed as 115 21,982 | of faculties or unless a hierarch was chosen~for his personal 116 21,982 | habitual faculty granted to a~hierarch is not withdrawn when that 117 21,982 | not withdrawn when that hierarch's authority ceases,~but 118 21,982 | but it transfers to any hierarch who succeeds him in governance.~ 119 21,984 | Besides the Roman Pontiff, a hierarch is understood to mean,~first 120 23,1015| the~written consent of the hierarch of the place where the alms 121 23,1016| without the permission of the~hierarch; with due regard to the 122 23,1016| the~permission of the same hierarch is required for the acceptance 123 23,1021| the vigilance of the local hierarch. 3. Insofar~as it is necessary, 124 23,1025| 1) promise before the hierarch or his delegate to conscientiously 125 23,1025| inventory, reviewed by the hierarch, of the ecclesiastical goods 126 23,1028| with the consent of the hierarch,~invest the money which 127 23,1031| administration to his own hierarch; any~contrary custom is 128 23,1031| Church, unless the local hierarch~judges that the Church would 129 23,1032| the~permission of his own hierarch.~ 130 23,1045| Canon 1045~1. The hierarch is the executor of all pious 131 23,1045| virtue of this right the hierarch can and must exercise vigilance, 132 23,1045| contrary to this right of the hierarch are to be regarded as~nonexistent.~ 133 23,1046| death,~must inform his own hierarch of this trusteeship and 134 23,1046| accept the trust. 2. The~hierarch must demand that the goods 135 23,1046| or of pious causes, the~hierarch mentioned in 1 and 2 is 136 23,1046| mentioned in 1 and 2 is the hierarch of that place.~ 137 23,1048| written consent of the local hierarch is necessary;~he is not 138 23,1048| already accepted; the same hierarch is to take special care~ 139 23,1049| Canon 1049~The hierarch who constituted a pious 140 23,1049| prudent judgment of the hierarch, who is to consult the interested~ 141 23,1052| articles of the foundation, the hierarch may~reduce obligations of 142 23,1054| Canon 1054~1. The hierarch, only for a just and necessary 143 23,1054| been expressly granted that hierarch by the founder. 2. If, through 144 23,1054| or some other reason, the hierarch can diminish them~equitably 145 24,1138| lacking or is negligent, the hierarch himself can stand trial 146 24,1154| public good so requires, the hierarch may apply opportune administrative 147 26,1370| determination of the local hierarch. 2. The prescriptions~of 148 26,1371| judicial~vicar must notify the hierarch of the place in which the 149 26,1371| celebrated about this. That hierarch must take care that~notation 150 26,1385| The cleric himself, the hierarch to whom he is subject, or 151 26,1385| whom he is subject, or the~hierarch in whose eparchy he was 152 27,1403| obligatory penalty, the hierarch can abstain from a penal 153 27,1403| as in the judgment~of the hierarch the following conditions 154 27,1403| confessed his offense to the hierarch in~the external forum, and 155 27,1403| the harm. 2. However, the hierarch cannot~do this when it is 156 27,1406| of penalties by~which the hierarch sanctions a non-penal law 157 27,1407| in the judgment of the hierarch who can inflict a penalty, 158 27,1410| deposition, in which event the hierarch is to see to it that the~ 159 27,1420| be remitted~by: (1) the hierarch who has initiated the penal 160 27,1420| penalty by decree; (2) the hierarch of the place~where the guilty 161 27,1420| after consultation with the~hierarch mentioned in n. 1. 2. These 162 27,1428| concerns recidivists, the hierarch can, in addition to the 163 27,1429| territory, the consent of the hierarch of~that place is required, 164 27,1430| establishes the penalty, or of the hierarch who initiated~the penal 165 27,1432| imposes the penalty or of the hierarch who initiated~the penal 166 27,1438| prescribed commemoration~of the hierarch in the Divine Liturgy and 167 27,1446| One who disobeys his own hierarch when the latter legitimately~ 168 27,1447| sedition and hatred toward any hierarch~whatsoever or provokes his 169 27,1454| accused is a confessor, hierarch,~cleric, religious, member 170 28,1468| Canon 1468~1. Whenever the hierarch receives information of 171 28,1469| sufficiently instructed, the hierarch is to decide~whether the 172 28,1469| extra-judicial decree. 2. ~The hierarch is to revoke or change his 173 28,1469| anything in the~matter, the hierarch is to hear the one accused 174 28,1469| others expert in the law. The hierarch is also to consider whether, 175 28,1470| investigation, the decrees of the hierarch by~which the investigation 176 28,1472| Canon 1472~1. If the hierarch has decreed that a penal 177 28,1473| the course of justice, the hierarch can, at any stage~and grade 178 28,1475| with~the consent of the hierarch in light of whose deliberation 179 28,1486| discussion be held before the hierarch or his delegate and the 180 29,1496| reserved dispensation, the hierarch can dispense so long as 181 29,1530| style of the~curia of the hierarch who grants the rescript. 182 29,1536| privilege is to be warned by~the hierarch; therefore if the warning 183 29,1536| proves to be in vain, the~hierarch may deprive one who seriously 184 29,1536| authority superior to the hierarch, the hierarch is obliged 185 29,1536| superior to the hierarch, the hierarch is obliged to~notify that 186 29,1539| grave harm~in delay, any hierarch in a particular case can


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