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    Title, Canon
1 3,43 | immediate and universal ordinary power in~the Church which he can 2 3,44 | obtains full and supreme power in the~Church by means of 3 3,44 | bishop obtains this same power from the moment he accepts 4 3,45 | office (munus), not only~has power over the entire Church but 5 3,45 | possesses a primacy of~ordinary power over all the eparchies and 6 3,45 | ordinary and immediate power which bishops~possess in 7 3,49 | subject of~supreme and full power over the universal Church.~ 8 3,50 | college of bishops exercises power over the entire~Church in 9 3,50 | college exercises the same power through the united action 10 4,56 | patriarch is a bishop who enjoys power over all bishops~including 11 4,60 | currently holds~patriarchal power precedes those who retain 12 4,78 | Canon 78~1. The power which, according to the 13 4,78 | nor can he~delegate his power to someone for all cases. 14 4,78 | someone for all cases. 2. The power of~the patriarch is exercised 15 4,84 | iuris who exercise their power in the same territory, promote 16 4,90 | patriarch can exempt from the power of~the eparchial bishop 17 4,99 | the same place exercise power recognized or conceded by~ 18 4,130 | Canon 130~1. The ordinary power of the patriarch in all 19 4,139 | bishop who exercises his power outside the territorial 20 4,147 | patriarchal Church, the~power of the patriarch and the 21 6,156 | sign of his metropolitan power and full communion of the 22 6,157 | Canon 157~1. The power which a metropolitan possesses 23 6,157 | sui iuris nor delegate his power to a~certain person for 24 6,157 | person for all cases. 2. The power of the metropolitan~and 25 6,167 | which expressly treat the~power of the council of hierarchs 26 6,173 | iuris~passes the ordinary power of the metropolitan in all 27 7,178 | him for shepherding. This~power, which he exercises personally 28 7,191 | executive and judicial power. 2. The eparchial bishop 29 7,191 | personally exercises legislative power; he exercises~executive 30 7,191 | he exercises~executive power either personally or through 31 7,191 | syncellus; he exercises judicial power either personally or~through 32 7,220 | the eparchy, the ordinary~power of the eparchial bishop 33 7,224 | auxiliary bishop retains the power which he enjoyed as protosyncellus 34 7,245 | with ordinary vicarious power according to the norm of 35 10,323 | participating in the~mission and power of Christ, the Pastor. 2. 36 10,326 | they cannot exercise that power except according to the 37 10,346 | sacraments, to receive the power for their~spiritual lives 38 10,383 | in the exercise of civil power; (2) since military service 39 10,395 | forbidden to exercise the power of order without prejudice 40 10,395 | functions and any delegated power.~ 41 12,414 | dispensations that exceed the power of the religious~superiors 42 12,418 | vicars and others who have power corresponding to provincials,~ 43 12,418 | the canons which assign power over them to the patriarch 44 12,441 | superiors and synaxes have that power which~is determined in the 45 12,441 | monasteries sui iuris have power of governance insofar as 46 12,441 | determined by common law, the power of the president of a~monastic 47 12,511 | congregations have~that power which is determined in common 48 12,511 | superiors and synaxes possess power of~governance for both the 49 12,550 | of withdrawing from the~power of superiors, is to be solicitously 50 15,595 | independent of any human power whatever. 2. To the Church 51 15,603 | arts, given their unique power of expressing~and communicating 52 15,662 | authority having~executive power over these persons or places. 53 16,667 | sanctifies people by the power of the Holy~Spirit, so that 54 16,693 | law which reserves this power to the patriarch.~ 55 16,699 | and presbyters have the power of celebrating~the Divine 56 16,720 | Churches sui iuris exercising~power in the same territory.~ 57 16,724 | endowed~with the executive power of governance, can confer 58 16,729 | the~reservation exercises power.~ 59 16,743 | endowed with the function and power the Lord~granted to his 60 16,783 | have of doing~all in their power to see to do the physical, 61 16,784 | Churches sui iuris~exercising power in the same territory, norms 62 16,794 | is one who exercises~his power within the territorial boundaries 63 16,796 | following have the same power: the pastor; another priest 64 16,797 | competent authority, the power of dispensing from all impediments 65 16,800 | marriage. 2. It is within the power of~the particular law of 66 16,814 | to do all in his or her power to have all~the offspring 67 16,817 | establish marriage. 2. No human power~can replace this matrimonial 68 16,831 | the hierarch who~exercises power in that place expressly 69 16,853 | be dissolved by any human power nor by any cause other than~ 70 16,892 | Canon 892~A person who has power over the matter of a vow 71 16,893 | consecrated life who~has the power of governance; (2) for other 72 16,893 | local superior, who has the~power of governance, and his major 73 17,899 | cannot validly exercise the power of governance~except with 74 18,904 | iuris who exercise their power in~the same territory. 3. 75 19,910 | law are exempt~from their power; with reference to the designation 76 19,915 | quasi-domicile of~the one to whose power he or she is subject. After 77 20,945 | impeded, thereby acquires no power over the person upon whom 78 20,963 | if it does not have the power to dispense from the impediment~ 79 21 | TITLE 21~The Power of Governance~ 80 21,979 | orders are capable of the power of governance, which exists 81 21,979 | cooperate in the exercise of the power~of governance in accordance 82 21,980 | Canon 980~1. The power of governance is exercised 83 21,980 | non-sacramental forum. 2. If~the power of governance is exercised 84 21,981 | Canon 981~1. The ordinary power of governance is that which 85 21,981 | the law itself; delegated power is that which~is granted 86 21,981 | office. 2. The~ordinary power of governance can be either 87 21,982 | prescriptions for~delegated power. 2. However, unless otherwise 88 21,984 | life, who have ordinary power of~governance, are also 89 21,985 | Canon 985~1. The power of governance is distinguished 90 21,985 | judicial. 2. Legislative power is to be exercised in the 91 21,985 | law, and that legislative power~in the Church possessed 92 21,985 | legislator. ~3. Judicial power, which is possessed by judges 93 21,986 | person can exercise executive power over his subjects, even~ 94 21,986 | he can also exercise this power over travelers actually~ 95 21,987 | in the realm of executive power of governance either by 96 21,988 | 988~1. Ordinary executive power can be delegated either 97 21,988 | otherwise. 2. Executive power delegated by the Apostolic 98 21,988 | prohibited. 3. If executive power delegated by another authority 99 21,988 | authority having ordinary power was delegated for all cases,~ 100 21,988 | delegating. 4. No subdelegated power can be again subdelegated 101 21,989 | Canon 989~Ordinary executive power as well as power delegated 102 21,989 | executive power as well as power delegated for all cases~ 103 21,989 | who has received delegated power is understood to have also 104 21,989 | necessary to exercise that power.~ 105 21,990 | Canon 990~1. Executive power delegated to several persons 106 21,991 | Canon 991~1. Ordinary power ceases by the loss of the 107 21,991 | provides otherwise, ordinary~power is suspended in the event 108 21,992 | Canon 992~1. Delegated power ceases by fulfillment of 109 21,992 | 2. An act of delegated power which is exercised~only 110 21,993 | Canon 993~Executive power of governance is not suspended 111 21,994 | Church supplies executive~power of governance both for the 112 21,995 | law concerning executive power of governance~apply, unless 113 21,995 | the matter, also for the power spoken of in cann.~441, 114 22,996 | placed by any legitimate power in the Church in the external~ 115 22,997 | those who act by delegated power,~recourse is made to the 116 22,1004| the Church sui iuris this power is also~accorded to the 117 23,1013| the various acts of the power of governance and~of the 118 23,1013| Churches who exercise their power within the same territory 119 23,1022| are not exempt from his~power of governance, with due 120 23,1034| which are subject to the power of the~Church.~ 121 23,1036| bishop who exercises his power~within the territorial boundaries 122 23,1052| eparchial bishop has the power, when~income diminishes, 123 23,1052| eparchial bishop also has the~power of reducing the obligation 124 23,1053| can. 1052 also enjoy the power~of transferring for a just 125 23,1054| pious causes, provided~such power has been expressly granted 126 24,1055| from an act of executive power of~governance the superior 127 24,1059| suspend the exercise of power by a~judge who has already 128 24,1060| bishops~exercising their power within the territorial boundaries 129 24,1063| institute~who possesses judicial power; (5) those other cases reserved 130 24,1068| sui iuris exercising their power within the same territory, 131 24,1069| which superiors possess the power of governance, are to be 132 24,1069| superior does not possess the power of governance, or between 133 24,1086| vicar~with ordinary judicial power, distinct from the protosyncellus,~ 134 24,1128| the exercise of judicial power there~can exercise his power 135 24,1128| power there~can exercise his power and render a sentence outside 136 24,1138| which are subject to his power.~ 137 24,1176| do~not have any coercive power; in case of necessity they 138 25,1303| by a person who lacks the power of judging in the~tribunal 139 26,1383| eparchial bishop exercising his power within the territorial boundaries 140 27,1401| have received from Him the power of loosing and binding, 141 27,1402| prejudice to the coercive power of the judge in the~instances 142 27,1402| enjoys~ordinary governing power, all others being excluded.~ 143 27,1405| Whoever has legislative power can also issue penal laws 144 27,1419| precept. 2. In addition, the power of~remitting penalties can 145 27,1430| which are subject to the power of the authority~that establishes 146 27,1430| office. 2. Deprivation of the power~of sacred orders is not 147 27,1432| all or some acts of the power of~orders or of governance, 148 27,1432| which are subject to the power of the authority that imposes 149 27,1433| exercise~those acts of the power of order or governance which 150 27,1433| pensions and any delegated power; he becomes disqualified 151 27,1433| forbidden to exercise the power of orders; he cannot be 152 27,1464| foreseen in law,~has misused power, an office, a ministry or 153 28,1481| because the judge used the power mentioned in cann. 1409, 154 29,1491| promulgated~them exercises power of governance, unless otherwise 155 29,1498| legislator had granted the power to interpret~them authentically. 156 29,1511| those who enjoy executive power, within the limits of their 157 29,1511| who have received such a power explicitly or implicitly~ 158 29,1513| dispensation, but also the very power of dispensing for a~particular 159 29,1532| legislator~has granted this power. 2. Centenary or immemorial 160 29,1536| 1535~Whoever abuses the power given by privilege is to 161 29,1540| 1539~He who possesses the power of dispensing can exercise


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