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    Title, Canon
1 12,415| make a visitation of each monastery~and of houses of orders 2 12,418| confederation, the superior of a monastery sui iuris, the superior 3 12,419| superior of a~non-confederated monastery sui iuris, the superior 4 12,423| Canon 423~A monastery, monastic confederation, 5 12,431| religious must return to the monastery, order or congregation. 6 12,431| passive voice in his own monastery, order or congregation, 7 12,431| he is to return to his monastery, order or congregation, 8 12,431| exarchy; all others, for the monastery or order; (2) ~if through 9 12,432| Canon 432~A dependent monastery, a house or province of 10 12,433| Canon 433~1. A monastery is a religious house in 11 12,433| traditions of monastic life. 2. A monastery sui iuris is one~which does 12 12,434| Canon 434~A monastery is of pontifical right if 13 12,435| is competent to erect a monastery sui~iuris, having consulted 14 12,435| to erect a~stauropegial monastery.~ 15 12,436| Canon 436~1. Every monastery sui iuris can have dependent 16 12,436| erection of a dependent~monastery, the written consent of 17 12,436| authorities to which the~monastery sui iuris is subject and 18 12,436| eparchial bishop where~the monastery is to be a erected, is required.~ 19 12,437| permission for erecting a monastery, even a dependent~one, includes 20 12,437| religious works~proper to the monastery in accordance with the norm 21 12,437| required in the case of any monastery for the~construction and 22 12,437| buildings distinct from the monastery. 3. In order to convert~ 23 12,437| 3. In order to convert~a monastery to other uses, the same 24 12,438| over which he presides, a monastery sui iuris or a filial one 25 12,438| eparchial bishop if the monastery is of eparchial right, and~ 26 12,438| consulted the superior of the monastery, and the~president of the 27 12,438| confederation should the monastery be confederated, save for 28 12,438| Apostolic See. 3. A subsidiary~monastery can be suppressed by a decree 29 12,438| given by the superior of~the monastery on which it depends in accordance 30 12,438| property of a suppressed monastery sui iuris reverts to the~ 31 12,438| of a suppressed dependent monastery devolves upon the~monastery 32 12,438| monastery devolves upon the~monastery sui iuris. To decide on 33 12,438| decide on the property of a monastery of~papal right is reserved 34 12,440| aggregation of a non-confederated monastery sui iuris~to, or the withdrawal 35 12,442| prejudice to the typicon of the monastery requiring more,~in order 36 12,442| office of superior of a monastery sui iuris, it is required 37 12,443| 443~1. The superior of a monastery sui iuris is to be elected 38 12,443| superior of a confederate monastery sui iuris, the president~ 39 12,444| office of superior of a monastery sui iuris is conferred~for 40 12,444| appointed by the superior of the monastery~sui iuris for a time determined 41 12,444| consent of the council if the monastery is filial, but after consulting 42 12,446| superior shall reside in the monastery and shall not be absent 43 12,447| of~temporal property in a monastery, who shall discharge this 44 12,447| superior. 2. The superior of a monastery sui iuris shall not perform 45 12,447| finance officer of a dependent~monastery, however, although it is 46 12,447| appointed~by the superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent 47 12,448| one to be admitted into a monastery sui iuris it is required~ 48 12,449| candidate is to live in~the monastery under the special care of 49 12,450| except if it is the case of~a monastery which has temporary profession, 50 12,450| those who are entering the monastery induced by force, grave 51 12,451| licitly to the novitiate of a monastery of~another Church sui iuris 52 12,451| destined for a~dependent monastery of their own Church as mentioned 53 12,452| destined to the priesthood in a monastery but are restrained~by some 54 12,452| licitly admitted to the monastery, as well as children who 55 12,452| in great need, unless the monastery has provided~otherwise for 56 12,453| It is the superior of an monastery sui iuris who admits to~ 57 12,454| to one who is leaving the monastery for whatever reason.~ 58 12,456| Canon 456~1. A monastery sui iuris can have its own 59 12,456| monastic life in the same monastery under the~direction of a 60 12,456| must be performed in the monastery sui iuris itself,~or, by 61 12,456| the council,~in another monastery sui iuris of the same confederation. 62 12,456| confederation. 3. ~If a monastery sui iuris, whether a confederated 63 12,456| the aspirants to another monastery in which the same prescriptions 64 12,458| and the superior of the monastery, are to be determined in 65 12,459| assigned to tasks outside the monastery nor engage in the regular 66 12,461| novice can freely leave the monastery sui iuris or be dismissed 67 12,463| Canon 463~The typicon of the monastery shall be observed in what 68 12,464| the superior of the proper~monastery sui iuris with the consent 69 12,468| title are acquired by~the monastery. 2. The monastery is responsible 70 12,468| by~the monastery. 2. The monastery is responsible for the debts~ 71 12,469| eparchy, and is joined to the monastery with the full effects of~ 72 12,470| preserved in the archives of the~monastery. The superior of the monastery 73 12,470| monastery. The superior of the monastery sui iuris is to notify~as 74 12,471| legitimately undertaken by the monastery. 2. ~The formation of monks 75 12,471| prescribed in can.~330 in the monastery itself, if it has a facility 76 12,472| Canon 472~The superior of a monastery sui iuris can grant dimissorial 77 12,472| eparchial bishop~where the monastery is located, even if it is 78 12,472| even if it is a dependent monastery, or, if it is a stauropegial 79 12,472| if it is a stauropegial monastery, to the bishop designated 80 12,474| confessors, all members of the monastery can without~interference 81 12,474| with the discipline of the monastery, receive the~sacrament of 82 12,475| Canon 475~1. In each monastery, in accordance with the 83 12,475| assigned by the~superior of the monastery, if it is the case of priest-monks 84 12,475| priest-monks of~the same monastery who have the faculty of 85 12,475| heard the superior of the monastery sui iuris, who before that~ 86 12,475| preach the word of God in the monastery,~with due regard for can. 87 12,476| Canon 476~Members of the monastery, whether within or outside 88 12,476| whether within or outside the monastery, are to wear the monastic 89 12,477| typicon. 2. The parts of the monastery subject to the~law of enclosure 90 12,477| up to~the superior of a monastery sui iuris, with the consent 91 12,478| 478~The superior of the monastery may permit that members 92 12,478| members stay outside the monastery for a time determined in 93 12,478| the~authority to whom the monastery is subject.~ 94 12,480| established in the church of a monastery, nor~can monks be appointed 95 12,481| hermit is a member of a monastery sui iuris who has given 96 12,482| permission of the superior of the~monastery sui iuris to which the member 97 12,482| council, and has lived in a monastery at least six~years calculated 98 12,483| designated by the superior of the monastery and is in a special manner 99 12,483| from other parts of the monastery; but if the place~is situated 100 12,483| outside the territory of the monastery, the written~consent of 101 12,484| depends on the superior of the monastery and is obliged by the canons 102 12,484| monks and the typicon of the monastery~insofar as they can be reconciled 103 12,485| 485~The superior of the monastery sui iuris has the authority, 104 12,486| status of a stauropegial monastery in the very act of~foundation 105 12,486| very act of~foundation of a monastery sui iuris. 2. The stauropegial 106 12,486| iuris. 2. The stauropegial monastery is directly subject to the 107 12,486| eparchial~bishop toward the monastery, the members assigned to 108 12,486| day and night dwell in the monastery. Other~persons, however, 109 12,486| however, connected with the monastery are subject directly and 110 12,487| cannot transfer from one monastery sui iuris to~another of 111 12,487| from a~non-confederated monastery to another monastery subject 112 12,487| non-confederated monastery to another monastery subject to the~same authority, 113 12,487| is required;~but if the monastery to which the transfer is 114 12,487| consulted the superior of the monastery sui iuris~from which the 115 12,487| For a valid transfer to~a monastery of another Church sui iuris 116 12,487| the superior of the new monastery sui iuris with the consent 117 12,488| who transfers to another monastery sui iuris of the~same confederation 118 12,488| obligations towards the previous monastery and takes on the rights 119 12,488| one who~transfers from one monastery sui iuris to another monastery 120 12,488| monastery sui iuris to another monastery sui~iuris that does not 121 12,488| prescription of the typicon of~the monastery to which he or she transfers 122 12,488| unless the superior of the monastery requires~the person to go 123 12,488| than a year, in the new monastery. When the probationary time~ 124 12,488| enrolled permanently in the~new monastery by the Superior with the 125 12,488| shall return to the~previous monastery. 3. In the transfer from 126 12,488| In the transfer from a monastery sui~iuris to an order or 127 12,488| necessary adaptations. 4. The monastery sui~iuris from which the 128 12,488| dowry, it belongs to the monastery to which transfer~occurs, 129 12,489| granted only to a member~of a monastery sui iuris who is in perpetual 130 12,489| the authority to~whom the monastery is subject after hearing 131 12,489| hearing the superior of the~monastery sui iuris along with the 132 12,490| the authority to which the monastery is subject, at the request 133 12,490| request of the superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent 134 12,491| superior of his or her own~monastery also in virtue of the vow 135 12,492| the indult to leave the monastery and return to secular life 136 12,492| submitted to the superior of the monastery sui iuris,~who shall forward 137 12,493| The indult of leaving the monastery and returning to secular~ 138 12,493| a member who had left a~monastery and returned to secular 139 12,493| again received into the~monastery, he shall go through the 140 12,494| indult of departure from the monastery and returns~to the world, 141 12,495| has unlawfully left the~monastery, must without delay return 142 12,496| profession wishes to leave the~monastery for a grave reason and return 143 12,496| petition to the superior of the monastery sui iuris. 2. ~The superior 144 12,496| competence it is, even for a monastery of pontifical right, to~ 145 12,496| indult of departure from the monastery~and return to secular life, 146 12,497| held dismissed from the monastery by the~law itself, who: ( 147 12,497| 2. The superior of the monastery sui iuris, having consulted~ 148 12,497| the~authority to whom the monastery is immediately subject of 149 12,498| external~scandal or harm to the monastery, can be expelled at once 150 12,498| expelled at once from~the monastery, by the superior with the 151 12,498| 2. The superior of the monastery sui iuris, if the case~warrants 152 12,498| the authority to which the monastery is subject. 3. A member~ 153 12,498| member~expelled from the monastery who has received a sacred 154 12,498| the authority to whom the~monastery is subject has decided otherwise.~ 155 12,499| profession by the superior of the monastery sui iuris with the consent 156 12,500| superior of a no-confederated monastery sui iuris is~competent to 157 12,500| the authority to whom the monastery is immediately subject.~ 158 12,503| lawfully dismissed from~the monastery cannot claim anything from 159 12,503| performed therein. 2. The monastery, however, shall extend~equitable 160 12,544| member wants to transfer to a monastery, of the superior of~the 161 12,544| of the superior of~the monastery sui iuris; for the granting 162 12,544| of their council or, in a~monastery, of the synaxis. 2. A member 163 12,544| congregation or the superior of the monastery sui iuris to~which he or 164 12,544| of their council or, in a monastery, of the synaxis. 3. In other 165 12,545| general or the superior of the monastery~sui iuris, each of them 166 12,545| novitiate of three years in the monastery sui iuris to~which he or 167 16,894| makes the vow remains in the monastery,~order or congregation.~


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