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    Title, Canon
1 3,51 | council and to establish the order to be followed in~the same 2 3,54 | Pontiff~and promulgated at his order. 2. When the college of 3 3,54 | by the Roman Pontiff, in order for its decrees to have~ 4 4,59 | honor among them. 2. The order of~precedence among the 5 4,82 | rite. 2. The~patriarch can order bishops and other clerics 6 4,106 | patriarchal Church or which, in order to be done, require the 7 4,113 | preparatory commissions, the order of procedure as well as 8 4,115 | possible, who, according to the order determined by the synod 9 4,140 | importance especially in order to~harmonize appropriately 10 4,148 | to the Apostolic~See, in order that everywhere in the world 11 5,154 | patriarchs according to the order in which the Church over 12 6,168 | toward the candidates;~in order to compile the list, the 13 6,171 | preparatory commissions, the order of procedure as~well as 14 7,180 | Canon 180~In order for a person to be considered 15 7,185 | the completed election in order to obtain the approval of 16 7,193 | providing all the things in order that these Christian faithful 17 7,214 | the auxiliary bishop, in order that~they may take canonical 18 7,261 | the eparchial curia. 2. In order to inspect or remove the~ 19 7,285 | Canon 285~1. In order for a presbyter to be named 20 7,285 | which are~required by law in order to fulfill the parochial 21 7,285 | without any partiality; in order to make a judgment~concerning 22 7,307 | the local hierarch can order the rector of a church to 23 8,319 | eparchial consultors in order to act.~ 24 9,322 | by the Apostolic~See in order that communicating the insights 25 10,348 | taking into consideration the order or hierarchy of the truths 26 10,359 | Canon 359~In order that a cleric already enrolled 27 10,371 | require it. 3. However in order that they may exercise a 28 10,395 | to exercise the power of order without prejudice to cann. 29 12,412 | vow of obedience. 2. In order to provide~better for the 30 12,416 | this appears appropriate in order that the apostolate exercised 31 12,418 | the superior general~of an order or congregation, the provincial 32 12,419 | superior general of the~order or congregation, are obliged 33 12,423 | monastic confederation, order and congregation and~their 34 12,431 | return to the monastery, order or congregation. 2. A religious 35 12,431 | voice in his own monastery, order or congregation, and is~ 36 12,431 | return to his monastery, order or congregation, without 37 12,431 | others, for the monastery or order; (2) ~if through profession 38 12,437 | from the monastery. 3. In order to convert~a monastery to 39 12,442 | monastery requiring more,~in order that a person be capable 40 12,456 | a suitable member. 2. In order that the novitiate~be valid, 41 12,457 | Canon 457~1. In order that the novitiate be valid, 42 12,459 | exercises to root out vices in order~to curb the movements of 43 12,467 | shall be taken at once in order that the renunciation become~ 44 12,482 | Canon 482~In order to undertake the life of 45 12,488 | monastery sui~iuris to an order or congregation cann. 544 46 12,493 | are attached to a sacred order if he is in sacred orders. 47 12,498 | who has received a sacred order is~forbidden to exercise 48 12,498 | forbidden to exercise the order unless the authority to 49 12,500 | be done secretly. 2. In order to decide on dismissal, 50 12,502 | been promoted~to a sacred order, can. 494 is to be observed.~ 51 12,504 | Canon 504~1. An order is a society erected by 52 12,505 | Canon 505~1. An order is of pontifical right if 53 12,505 | from the patriarch. 3. An order or a congregation is called 54 12,507 | Canon 507~1. An order, even of patriarchal right, 55 12,507 | property of the suppressed order, without prejudice to the~ 56 12,508 | province is a part of the same order or congregation,~consisting 57 12,508 | directly. 2. To divide an order or congregation into provinces, 58 12,508 | determined by the statutes of the order or congregation. 3. To make 59 12,509 | Canon 509~1. An order or congregation cannot validly 60 12,509 | erecting the first house of an order or congregation of~patriarchal 61 12,510 | Canon 510~The house of an order or congregation cannot validly 62 12,510 | of the only house of an order or a congregation is~reserved 63 12,510 | can. 507 can~suppress the order or congregation.~ 64 12,512 | representing~the entire order or congregation, it should 65 12,513 | Canon 513~1. In order for a member to be appointed 66 12,516 | the goods of the entire order or congregation; a provincial 67 12,517 | validly to the novitiate of an order or congregation who has 68 12,522 | Canon 522~1. In order that the novitiate be valid, 69 12,522 | another house of the same order or congregation,~under the 70 12,522 | another~house of the same order or congregation designated 71 12,524 | state, and, in a clerical order or congregation, a presbyter. 72 12,529 | industry or in respect to~the order or congregation is acquired 73 12,529 | congregation is acquired for the order or congregation; unless 74 12,529 | acquires in respect to the order or congregation. 4. ~The 75 12,529 | change is not in~favor of the order or congregation, at least 76 12,529 | member's departure from the order or~congregation. 5. If the 77 12,529 | transacted business of the order or congregation. 6. With 78 12,531 | of law in the religious order or congregation.~ 79 12,535 | preserved in the archives of the order or congregation. If it~is 80 12,536 | facility for studies of the order or congregation~approved 81 12,542 | hierarch or~the pastor, in order to provide for the needs 82 12,543 | Canon 543~A member of an order or congregation who is a 83 12,544 | superior general of the~order or congregation to which 84 12,545 | member had in the previous order or congregation are held~ 85 12,546 | professed may freely leave the order or congregation at the expiration 86 12,546 | grave reason~to leave the order or congregation, can obtain 87 12,546 | the indult to leave the~order or congregation definitively 88 12,546 | eparchial right, the indult, in order to be valid, must be confirmed~ 89 12,548 | the authority~to which the order or congregation is subject 90 12,549 | the indult~to leave the order or congregation and to return 91 12,549 | indult of departure from the order or~congregation has the 92 12,549 | member who is in a sacred order, can.~494 is to be applied 93 12,550 | from the house of their own~order or congregation with the 94 12,552 | another~authority to which the order or congregation is subject. 95 12,562 | to cann. 497 and 498, in~order to dismiss a member after 96 12,571 | support their promoters in order that they may better manifest 97 15,595 | pertaining to the~social order, and to make judgments on 98 15,608 | the grade of~his sacred order, have as their foremost 99 15,640 | of~education of a higher order, research, reflection and 100 15,662 | persons or places. 2. In order to~publish writings dealing 101 16,691 | Canon 691~In order to prove a baptism, if it 102 16,705 | any Catholic church. 2. In order for a priest to be~able 103 16,727 | Canon 727~In some cases, in order to provide for the welfare 104 16,729 | house or a spouse confess~in order to celebrate marriage; ( 105 16,742 | Canon 742~The words, order and manner of anointing 106 16,757 | receive a higher sacred order, cannot validly~be prohibited 107 16,757 | from exercising the sacred order already received,~unless 108 16,758 | with receiving a sacred order; (3) the age prescribed 109 16,761 | 761~A candidate for the order of diaconate or presbyterate, 110 16,761 | diaconate or presbyterate, in order~to be licitly ordained, 111 16,762 | to those who are~in the order of episcopacy or presbyterate 112 16,762 | person~either lacked that order or had been forbidden its 113 16,763 | exercise of that sacred order.~ 114 16,770 | worthy of receiving a~sacred order, can agree to this attestation, 115 16,796 | impediment of the sacred order of priesthood. 2. In the 116 16,817 | and accept~each other in order to establish marriage. 2. 117 16,825 | compelled~to choose matrimony in order to be freed from it.~ 118 16,830 | regard for can. 302, 2. 3. In order that the conferral of the 119 16,847 | according to that form in order to become valid.~ 120 16,855 | Canon 855~1. In order for the baptized party to 121 16,881 | the divine praises. 2. ~In order for the Christian faithful 122 16,886 | force in~the manner and order established by the particular 123 16,894 | remains in the monastery,~order or congregation.~ 124 17,899 | exercise his own sacred~order according to the norms established 125 19,934 | the law determines that in order to place a juridic act~a 126 19,934 | determines that a superior in order to place certain~acts requires 127 20,940 | Canon 940~1. In order to be promoted to an office, 128 20,974 | norm of can. 976. 2. In order to be~effective the decree 129 22,1003| superior authority can always order the person making the recourse 130 23,1028| of~each year; (8) keep in order and preserve in an archive 131 23,1035| Canon 1035~1. In order to alienate ecclesiastical 132 23,1048| higher authority. 2. In order for~a non-autonomous foundation 133 24,1071| tribunal of any Church in order to carry out certain procedural 134 24,1110| it is~judged necessary in order to avoid a seriously unjust 135 24,1117| Cases are to be tried in the order in which they are presented~ 136 24,1128| outside his own territory in order to acquire~proofs with the 137 24,1158| circumstances a person can obtain an order restraining another from 138 24,1160| Sequestration of a thing and an order to restrain the exercise 139 24,1161| sequestration of a thing or an order restraining the exercise 140 25,1190| personally before the judge in order to join the~issues. But 141 25,1190| themselves before the judge in order to proceed with~the case, 142 25,1205| acts of the process. 2. In order for~them to renounce an 143 25,1205| ordinary administration. 3. In order for a renunciation to be 144 25,1226| Canon 1226~The judge can order that a document which is 145 25,1255| science, are required in~order to establish some fact or 146 25,1258| which the expert may need in order to function properly and~ 147 25,1263| Canon 1263~If in order to settle a case the judge 148 25,1276| litigant. 2. However,~in order to be admitted, such an 149 25,1281| with the public~good, in order to avoid very serious dangers, 150 25,1281| always remains intact. 2. In order to complete the proofs the 151 25,1283| However, the judge~can order or allow that a document 152 25,1292| to be made known~in the order of precedence, but beginning 153 25,1292| presiding judge, especially in order to decide what is to be 154 25,1315| Canon 1315~1. In order to prosecute an appeal, 155 25,1328| petition has been made in order to delay the execution of 156 25,1337| at the request of a~party order a provisional execution 157 25,1345| has some foundation, is to order within three days~by a decree 158 25,1356| determined for validity, in order to expedite matters~with 159 26,1384| Canon 1384~In order to obtain the dissolution 160 26,1394| the eparchial bishop, in order for the latter to act validly, 161 27,1401| even to impose penalties in order to ensure that the wounds 162 27,1418| Canon 1418~1. One who in order to commit an offense did 163 27,1433| those acts of the power of order or governance which are 164 27,1460| indirectly to civil authority in order~to obtain with their intervention 165 27,1463| or promised something in order that someone who~exercises 166 28,1469| to consider whether, in order to avoid a pointless trial, 167 28,1475| of justice either at the order of or with~the consent of 168 29,1491| which provide for public~order, which determine the formalities 169 29,1521| the law to a meeting in order to receive or hear the decree,~ 170 30,1542| the exercise of a sacred~order, according to the norm of


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