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1 Prel,6 | goes into effect: (1) all common or particular~laws are abrogated, 2 1,15 | with consideration for the common good~and the dignity of 3 1,18 | pursue these purposes in common.~ 4 1,26 | must take account~of the common good of the Church and of 5 1,26 | In the interest of the common good, ecclesiastical authority 6 4,67 | established~otherwise by common law.~ 7 4,78 | nature of the~matter or the common or particular law approved 8 4,84 | effort, they can assist in common works for the more expeditious~ 9 4,89 | institute or a society of the common life in the manner of religious, 10 4,89 | institute or a society of the common life in the manner of~religious, 11 4,106 | other persons established~by common law. 2. Moreover the synod 12 4,110 | otherwise for certain actions or common law~reserves some actions 13 4,111 | in matters established by common law. 3. ~Acts regarding 14 4,114 | institute or society of the common life in the manner of~religious, 15 4,120 | to be decided for which~common law requires the consent 16 4,128 | special norms~prescribed by common or particular law, or by 17 4,133 | which are granted to~him by common law, is: (1) to ordain and 18 4,140 | taking into account the common good of its own Church~as 19 4,140 | own Church~as well as the common good of the entire territory 20 4,143 | members of societies of common life according to~the manner 21 4,143 | member of a~society of the common life according to the manner 22 5,152 | Canon 152~What is stated in common law concerning patriarchal 23 5,152 | archbishops, unless the common law expressly~provides otherwise 24 6,159 | are attributed to him by common law or~particular law established 25 6,167 | in those cases in which common law~remits the matter to 26 6,167 | administrative acts which by common law are committed to~the 27 6,169 | faith, the fostering of common pastoral action, the supervision 28 6,169 | their own~rite as well as common ecclesiastical discipline.~ 29 6,170 | require it or matters of common~law which are reserved to 30 6,174 | according to the norm of common law and particular~law established 31 6,176 | Canon 176~If common law remits something to 32 7,181 | unless otherwise provided in common law. 2. Other~bishops are 33 7,201 | bishop is to promote the common discipline~of the Church 34 7,202 | combined efforts assist in common works for the effective 35 7,205 | as those of societies of common life in the~manner of the 36 7,213 | which are established in common law, a coadjutor bishop 37 7,213 | which are established by common law.~ 38 7,220 | the limits established by common~law.~ 39 7,221 | with~that authority which common law accords to a protosyncellus; ( 40 7,245 | according to the norm of common~law, assists the eparchial 41 7,246 | itself the~authority which common law attributes to the protosyncellus.~ 42 7,248 | expressly determined by common law, the~protosyncellus 43 7,263 | unless expressly required by common law in special~cases or 44 7,263 | functions given to it in common law,~the finance council 45 7,265 | prejudice to the norm of common law~and the particular law 46 7,269 | expressly determined~by common law he must consult them; 47 7,269 | expressly determined by common law with due regard~for 48 7,273 | members of societies of common~life in the manner of religious, 49 7,278 | coordinate and promote common pastoral action; (2) see~ 50 7,282 | institute or society of~common life in the manner of religious, 51 7,282 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious. 52 7,284 | institute or society of common life in the~manner of religious, 53 7,284 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious;~( 54 7,287 | moderator, who directs the common action and~reports on it 55 7,289 | institutes or societies of common life in the manner of religious, 56 7,301 | institute or society of common life in the~manner of religious, 57 7,302 | rights and obligations of the common and particular law as well 58 7,302 | parochial care in harmonious and common will. 4. The parochial~vicar 59 7,303 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious, 60 7,305 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious 61 7,310 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious,~ 62 9,322 | much as possible for the common good of the Churches, through~ 63 9,322 | unity of action is fostered, common endeavors are facilitated, 64 10,330 | of clerics, in which the common law is more precisely~set 65 10,330 | up by mutual agreement, common to an~entire region or nation 66 10,330 | 3.~Faithfully observing common law and keeping in mind 67 10,334 | for his own~eparchy or in common for several eparchies by 68 10,334 | bishops, for whose subjects a~common seminary has been erected, 69 10,334 | authority which erected the~common seminary, or, if it concerns 70 10,336 | Canon 336~1. A seminary common to several eparchies is 71 10,342 | institute or society of common life in the manner of religious~ 72 10,343 | Church sui~iuris, or into a common seminary for several Churches 73 10,357 | institute or society of common~life in the manner of religious 74 10,376 | Canon 376~The praiseworthy common life among the celibate 75 10,384 | Church or to promote the common good requires it.~ 76 11,400 | obligations and rights which are common to~all the Christian faithful 77 11,405 | rites~does not harm the common good of the society in which 78 11,408 | which lay persons are by common law admitted, they may be 79 12,410 | state is a stable mode of common life in an institute approved 80 12,412 | Church, contemplating the common welfare, exempt~institutes 81 12,415 | superiors, without prejudice to common law and with observance 82 12,416 | members may be carried out in common concert and harmony.~ 83 12,425 | cann. 1007-1054, unless common law provides otherwise or 84 12,427 | which~clerics are obliged by common law, unless the law provides 85 12,441 | which~is determined in the common law and the typicon. 2. 86 12,441 | Beyond~what is determined by common law, the power of the president 87 12,463 | profession according to common law.~ 88 12,465 | 465~What is prescribed in common law for temporary profession 89 12,511 | power which is determined in common law and the statutes. ~2. 90 12,534 | if otherwise provided by common law;~(2) the major superior 91 12,554 | statutes, is a~society of common life according to the manner 92 12,561 | prescribed for clerics by common law, unless the law provides~ 93 12,562 | another society of living in~common according to the manner 94 12,572 | leading a life as brothers in common according to their own rule 95 13,578 | accordance with~the norm of common law and the statutes of 96 13,581 | accordance with the~norm of common law and the statutes.~ 97 14,585 | according to the norms of the common law, the Gospel is~preached 98 15,598 | it is manifested~by the common adherence of the Christian 99 15,609 | territory, in keeping with common law.~ 100 15,612 | institutes or societies of common life in the~manner of clerical 101 15,654 | Canon 654~The norms of common law on books apply also 102 16,759 | from the age required by common law is reserved to~the patriarch, 103 16,764 | impediment established by common law is~reprobated.~ 104 16,810 | an invalid marriage after common life has been established; ( 105 16,810 | from the establishment of~common life of those who although 106 16,864 | the children, or renders common life too hard, that~spouse 107 16,868 | established otherwise by common law.~ 108 16,870 | expressly established by common law.~ 109 16,880 | days of penance which are~common to all of the Eastern Churches, 110 16,880 | Holy days of obligation~common to all the Eastern Churches, 111 18,905 | open and frank~dialogue and common undertakings with other 112 19,910 | be followed, unless the~common law or the particular law 113 19,913 | institutes and societies of common life in~the manner of religious 114 19,914 | Canon 914~Spouses may have a common domicile or quasi-domicile; 115 19,916 | other provision is~made by common law. 2. The proper pastor 116 19,918 | persons,~not counting the common ancestor; (2) in the collateral 117 19,918 | together, not counting the common ancestor.~ 118 19,921 | expressly established as such in common law are juridic persons. 119 19,922 | person. ~2. While observing common law, the statutes, to obtain 120 19,928 | Except for cases mentioned in common law: (1) it is the competence 121 19,929 | just, the goods~held in common which had been destined 122 20,937 | made for certain matters by common~law.~ 123 20,956 | other provisions are made by common~law, that action has the 124 20,972 | institutes~or of societies of common life in the manner of religious, 125 21,985 | explicitly provided for in the common law; a law which is contrary 126 21,986 | outside his territory, unless common law provides otherwise or 127 21,986 | favors or of enforcing either common laws or particular laws 128 21,987 | of governance either by common law or by particular law 129 21,993 | provision is expressly made~by common law.~ 130 21,994 | 994~In factual or legal common error, and also in positive 131 21,995 | governance~apply, unless common law provides otherwise or 132 23,1013| liturgical celebrations, unless common law provides otherwise. 133 23,1022| instructions within the limits of common law~and of the particular 134 23,1046| institute or of a society of common life in the~manner of the 135 23,1052| institutes or societies of common life in the~manner of religious 136 24,1065| the Apostolic See, unless common law expressly provides otherwise.~ 137 24,1068| themselves to establish a common tribunal to adjudicate contentious~ 138 24,1068| see~that they establish a common tribunal. 3. The eparchial~ 139 24,1068| who consent to having a common tribunal are to designate~ 140 24,1068| given in~first instance by a common tribunal are to be made 141 24,1073| the titles~determined in common law. 2. The incompetence 142 24,1098| Canon 1098~Unless common law expressly provides otherwise: ( 143 24,1102| institute or society of common life~in the manner of religious, 144 24,1152| not punishable under the common law, if the~particular law 145 25,1226| that a document which is common to both parties be exhibited 146 25,1227| 1. Even if documents are common, no one is obliged to exhibit~ 147 26,1391| institute or a society of common life in the manner of religious 148 27,1405| penalties established in common law for a~certain offense, 149 27,1405| serious reason. If, however, common law has established an indeterminate 150 27,1412| expressly provided otherwise in common law.~ 151 27,1415| 1415~If in accordance with common practice and canonical doctrine~ 152 27,1416| recidivist, or if according to~common practice and canonical doctrine 153 27,1420| penalty imposed in virtue of common law can be remitted~by: ( 154 27,1423| penalties established in common law~except with the consent 155 27,1429| members of a~society of common life in the manner of religious, 156 27,1430| orders, in accordance with common~law; nor is deprivation 157 27,1445| member of a society of common~life in the manner of religious 158 27,1454| member of a society of common life in the manner of religious, 159 27,1466| or member of a society of common life in the~manner of religious 160 29,1491| are~bound, however, by the common law and the particular law 161 29,1493| includes by the designation "common law" the laws~and legitimate 162 29,1493| laws~and legitimate customs common to all Eastern Churches. 163 29,1493| norms of law which are not~common to the universal Church 164 29,1501| ecclesiastical jurisprudence, and the common and constant canonical doctrine.~ 165 29,1502| A prescription of the common law, unless the law expressly 166 29,1513| meaning of the words and the common usage of speech, and~must 167 29,1539| can~dispense from both the common law and the particular laws 168 30 | otherwise established~by common law.~


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