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    Title, Canon
1 1,9 | that choice just as by a life~of faith, hope and charity 2 1,9 | to lead the evangelical life and introduces them into 3 1,13 | condition, to live a holy life and to promote the~growth 4 1,17 | their own form of spiritual life consonant with the teaching 5 1,20 | called by baptism to lead a~life in conformity with the teaching 6 1,22 | coercion in choosing a state in life.~ 7 2,40 | institutes of consecrated life are bound~to observe their 8 4,82 | institutes of consecrated life of the entire Church over 9 4,89 | a society of the common life in the manner of religious, 10 4,89 | a society of the common life in the manner of~religious, 11 4,114 | or society of the common life in the manner of~religious, 12 4,143 | institutes of consecrated life and superiors of monasteries 13 4,143 | members of societies of common life according to~the manner 14 4,143 | a~society of the common life according to the manner 15 7,182 | in prudence and Christian life. 2. The~bishops are to report 16 7,192 | due~to their condition in life as well as to those who 17 7,192 | spiritual~and intellectual life. 5. The eparchial bishop 18 7,195 | institutes of consecrated life and to the missions.~ 19 7,197 | humility and simplicity of life, is to make every effort 20 7,199 | of the entire liturgical life in the eparchy committed 21 7,205 | those of societies of common life in the~manner of the religious 22 7,238 | institutes of consecrated life which have houses~in the 23 7,273 | members of societies of common~life in the manner of religious, 24 7,278 | to it that clerics lead a life in harmony with their own 25 7,282 | institute or society of~common life in the manner of religious, 26 7,282 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious. 27 7,284 | institute or society of common life in the~manner of religious, 28 7,284 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious;~( 29 7,289 | institutes or societies of common life in the manner of religious, 30 7,289 | culmination of the whole~life of the Christian community; 31 7,289 | to foster~the Christian life; for which reason he is 32 7,289 | growth in the Christian~life both in individual members 33 7,293 | proper witness of truth and life to all; and, as a~good shepherd, 34 7,301 | institute or society of common life in the~manner of religious, 35 7,303 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious, 36 7,304 | institute of consecrated life.~ 37 7,305 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious 38 7,305 | institute~of consecrated life of pontifical or patriarchal 39 7,310 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious,~ 40 10,329 | educators of the Christian life are to take care that~families 41 10,337 | students as well as of daily life and the ordering~of the 42 10,342 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious~ 43 10,344 | free choice of a state of life. 2. ~Assisted by suitable 44 10,346 | students are to train for a~life more configured to the life 45 10,346 | life more configured to the life of Christ, and, strengthened 46 10,346 | culmination of seminary life as it is of the whole of 47 10,346 | the whole of the Christian~life; (3) they ought to learn 48 10,346 | nourish their~spiritual life from them; (4) they ought 49 10,350 | for their own spiritual~life and an instrument for usefully 50 10,357 | institute or society of common~life in the manner of religious 51 10,375 | Canon 375~In leading family life and in educating children 52 10,376 | The praiseworthy common life among the celibate clergy 53 10,376 | spiritual and intellectual life and may~be able to cooperate 54 10,380 | sacred~ministry and to the life in institutes of consecrated 55 10,380 | institutes of consecrated life, promoting them not only 56 10,380 | especially by the witness of life and ministry.~ 57 10,385 | strive to lead a simple life and thus to be witnesses 58 10,386 | obligations of his state~of life. If he will reside there 59 12 | Institutes~of Consecrated Life~ 60 12,410 | a stable mode of common life in an institute approved 61 12,412 | institutes of consecrated life from the rule of the eparchial~ 62 12,426 | also to arrange his or her life according to~the typicon 63 12,433 | and~traditions of monastic life. 2. A monastery sui iuris 64 12,448 | suited for~leading a monastic life and is not prevented by 65 12,450 | institute of consecrated life, unless it is a case of 66 12,456 | initiated into monastic life in the same monastery under 67 12,458 | the observance of monastic life, professed for at least~ 68 12,471 | fully toward holiness of life as well as that their abilities 69 12,482 | In order to undertake the life of a hermit, it is necessary 70 12,484 | they can be reconciled with life as a hermit.~ 71 12,485 | terminate the eremitical life for~just reasons, even against 72 12,492 | monastery and return to secular life except for~the most grave 73 12,493 | and returning to secular~life that has been lawfully granted 74 12,493 | and returned to secular life is again received into the~ 75 12,493 | never been in religious life.~ 76 12,496 | monastery~and return to secular life, unless particular law reserves 77 12,529 | an~act effective during life. 3. But whatever the member 78 12,546 | definitively and return to secular life,~with the effects mentioned 79 12,547 | vows incapable of leading life in the religious institute, 80 12,549 | and to return to secular life~except for the most grave 81 12,554 | and imitate the manner of life of the religious state, 82 12,554 | is a~society of common life according to the manner 83 12,563 | not~imitate the manner of life of religious, but lead a 84 12,563 | of religious, but lead a life of communion among themselves 85 12,570 | ascetics who imitate~eremitical life, belonging or not to an 86 12,570 | institute of consecrated~life. Consecrated virgins and 87 12,571 | new forms of consecrated life. Patriarchs and eparchial 88 12,571 | new gifts of consecrated life as entrusted to the Church~ 89 12,572 | 572~Societies of apostolic life, whose members without religious 90 12,572 | the society, and leading a life as brothers in common according 91 12,572 | according to their own rule of~life, striving for the perfection 92 12,572 | institutes of the consecrated life are governed only by the 93 14,584 | short, the whole ecclesial life.~ 94 14,587 | formation in~all the Christian life and an apprenticeship duly 95 14,592 | institutes of consecrated life through methods suited to 96 15,601 | concerning the meaning of life and having examined the 97 15,602 | conscious and reflective life of faith.~ 98 15,608 | one's aptitude, state~of life and received mandate, are 99 15,612 | institutes or societies of common life in the~manner of clerical 100 15,612 | institute of consecrated~life, can invite to preach to 101 15,616 | the way, the truth~and the life; let them show that earthly 102 15,616 | human~rights, about family life, social and civil life, 103 15,616 | family life, social and civil life, the sense of~justice to 104 15,618 | practice of the Christian life by word and example;~godparents 105 15,634 | acquire of the world, of~life and of humankind is illumined 106 15,638 | institutes of consecrated life that~are of pontifical or 107 15,638 | institutes of consecrated life~as regards the management 108 15,659 | institutes of~consecrated life, which require more.~ 109 16,675 | from sin, reborn to new life, puts on Christ and is~incorporated 110 16,677 | institute of consecrated life, or by any~other Christian 111 16,682 | tested in the Christian life; the adult is to be exhorted 112 16,684 | person lead a Christian life in harmony with baptism~ 113 16,685 | particular law and lead a life in harmony~with the faith 114 16,718 | intent on entering a new life~through the ministry of 115 16,718 | fostering of the Christian life and are thus disposed for 116 16,722 | institute of~consecrated life.~ 117 16,723 | institute of consecrated life of~pontifical or patriarchal 118 16,724 | institute of consecrated life, provided he is endowed~ 119 16,767 | institute of~consecrated life can dispense his subjects 120 16,769 | institute of consecrated life or the presbyter in whose 121 16,769 | institutes of consecrated life, where the candidate resided 122 16,771 | diligently about the morals and life~of candidates from persons 123 16,776 | partnership of~the whole of life, is by its nature ordered 124 16,777 | partnership of conjugal life.~ 125 16,810 | invalid marriage after common life has been established; (2) 126 16,810 | establishment of~common life of those who although bound 127 16,816 | unity of~conjugal and family life.~ 128 16,821 | partnership of conjugal life.~ 129 16,849 | to persevere in~conjugal life.~ 130 16,863 | and not break up conjugal life,~nevertheless, if the spouse 131 16,864 | children, or renders common life too hard, that~spouse gives 132 16,864 | separation ceases, the conjugal life is to be restored, unless 133 16,866 | other spouse~to conjugal life, in which case the former 134 16,867 | various circumstances of life are sanctified. 2. Concerning 135 16,874 | institutes of consecrated~life can have their own cemeteries.~ 136 16,876 | the conduct of Christian life, are to be granted an ecclesiastical 137 16,893 | institute of consecrated life who~has the power of governance; ( 138 16,893 | institute of consecrated life, the local superior, who 139 18,903 | prayers,~by the example of life, by the religious fidelity 140 19,913 | and societies of common life in~the manner of religious 141 20,972 | or of societies of common life in the manner of religious, 142 21,984 | institutes of consecrated life, who have ordinary power 143 23,1043| becomes effective during life or at death. 2. The~prescriptions 144 23,1044| becomes effective~during life or at death, once they have 145 23,1045| made they be made during life or on the occasion of death. 146 23,1046| whether by an act made during life or at death,~must inform 147 23,1046| or of a society of common life in the~manner of the religious, 148 23,1052| institutes or societies of common life in the~manner of religious 149 24,1063| institutes of consecrated life of pontifical~right; (4) 150 24,1063| institutes of consecrated life of pontifical right, who 151 24,1069| institute of consecrated life, except secular institutes, 152 24,1069| institutes of consecrated life, or even of the~same institute 153 24,1069| institute of consecrated life~and any other physical or 154 24,1089| Christian faithful of upright life, to serve as~his consultors.~ 155 24,1102| institute or society of common life~in the manner of religious, 156 24,1172| institutes of consecrated life or societies of apostolic 157 24,1172| or societies of apostolic life in~the manner of religious 158 26,1391| institute or a society of common life in the manner of religious 159 27,1401| given to dissoluteness of life and contempt of the law.~ 160 27,1402| institute of consecrated life who enjoys~ordinary governing 161 27,1409| heretofore by an upright life, as long as the need to~ 162 27,1429| members of a~society of common life in the manner of religious, 163 27,1429| institutes of consecrated life. 2. For the imposition of 164 27,1429| institute of consecrated life of papal or patriarchal 165 27,1445| member of a society of common~life in the manner of religious 166 27,1454| member of a society of common life in the manner of religious, 167 27,1466| member of a society of common life in the~manner of religious 168 30,1542| directly affect the spiritual life of the Christian faithful; (


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