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    Title, Canon
1 3,50 | manner in an ecumenical council. 2. The~college exercises 2 3,51 | to convoke an ecumenical~council, to preside over it personally 3 3,51 | matters to be~treated in a council and to establish the order 4 3,51 | be followed in~the same council; to the questions proposed 5 3,51 | Pontiff~the fathers of a council can add other questions, 6 3,52 | participate in an~ecumenical council with a deliberative vote. 7 3,52 | bishops~to an ecumenical council and determine what part 8 3,53 | during the celebration of a~council, it is interrupted by the 9 3,54 | Decrees of an ecumenical council do not have obligatory~force 10 3,54 | with~the fathers of the council and are confirmed by the 11 6,155 | Pontiff and assisted by a council of hierarchs according to 12 6,156 | metropolitan cannot convoke the council of hierarchs or ordain bishops.~ 13 6,157 | the metropolitan~and the council of hierarchs is validly 14 6,159 | law; (2) to convoke the~council of hierarchs according to 15 6,164 | Canon 164~1. To the council of hierarchs must be called 16 6,164 | majority of~the members of the council of hierarchs. 2. Eparchial 17 6,164 | deliberative vote in the council of~hierarchs; other bishops 18 6,165 | bishops lawfully called to the council of hierarchs are~bound by 19 6,165 | obligation to be present at the council, except those who have already 20 6,165 | reasons in writing to the council~of hierarchs; the bishops 21 6,165 | the opening session of~the council are to decide on the legitimacy 22 6,165 | of the members from the council of hierarchs can send~a 23 6,165 | After the opening of the council of hierarchs, none of those 24 6,165 | by the president~of the council.~ 25 6,166 | attendance, any~session of the council of hierarchs is canonical 26 6,166 | present, are present. 2. The council of hierarchs decides matters 27 6,167 | expressly treat the~power of the council of hierarchs in making laws 28 6,167 | making laws and norms, this~council can also legislate in those 29 6,167 | and norms enacted by the council of hierarchs; nor can laws 30 6,167 | reception of the acts of the council; the metropolitan is~also 31 6,167 | of other actions of the council~of hierarchs. 3. The metropolitan 32 6,167 | publication of decisions of the council of~hierarchs. 4. With due 33 6,167 | with the consent of the council of hierarchs.~ 34 6,168 | bishops,~for each case the council of hierarchs is to compose 35 6,168 | list, the members of the council of hierarchs, if they judge 36 6,169 | Canon 169~The council of hierarchs is to see that 37 6,170 | Canon 170~The council of hierarchs is to be held 38 6,170 | which are reserved to this council or which require the consent 39 6,170 | require the consent of this council need to be settled.~ 40 6,171 | Canon 171~The council of hierarchs is to draw 41 6,171 | provided a secretary for~the council, preparatory commissions, 42 6,173 | without the consent of the~council of hierarchs; (3) in a vacant 43 7,211 | the patriarch Church~or council of hierarchs must see that 44 7,225 | is to be elected by the council for economic affairs.~ 45 7,236 | consulted the presbyteral council.~ 46 7,238 | members of the presbyteral council and some~delegates of the 47 7,238 | delegates of the pastoral council, if it exists, elected by 48 7,238 | exists, elected by the~same council in the manner and number 49 7,238 | elected by the pastoral council, if it exists, or designated 50 7,243 | eparchial finance officer and council~for economic affairs, chancellor, 51 7,262 | consultors and the finance council, is to appoint an eparchial 52 7,262 | consultors and the finance council. 3. It is the duty of the~ 53 7,262 | relationships to the finance council, to administer~the temporal 54 7,262 | officer through the~finance council. 5. Can. 232 is to be observed 55 7,263 | is to establish a finance council which~consists of a president, 56 7,263 | a member of the finance council. 3. Those who are related 57 7,263 | membership on the~finance council. 4. In actions of greater 58 7,263 | omit hearing the~finance council; the members of the council 59 7,263 | council; the members of the council have only a consultative 60 7,263 | the document creating the council requires their~consent. 61 7,263 | common law,~the finance council is to prepare an annual 62 7,264 | Canon 264~A presbyteral council must be established in the 63 7,265 | Canon 265~The presbyteral council is to have its own statutes 64 7,266 | constitution of~the presbyteral council: (1) an appropriate portion 65 7,266 | members who belong to the council in virtue of their offices;~( 66 7,267 | members of the presbyteral council the following have active 67 7,268 | members to the presbyteral council is to~be determined by the 68 7,269 | convoke the presbyteral council, to preside over it and 69 7,269 | to hear the presbyteral council in~matters of greater importance 70 7,269 | these cases the presbyteral council~need only be consulted. 71 7,269 | consulted. 3. The presbyteral council can never~act without the 72 7,269 | which have been done in the council itself.~ 73 7,270 | members of the presbyteral council are to be designated~for 74 7,270 | statutes so that the whole council~or some part of it is renewed 75 7,270 | is vacant the presbyteral council ceases~and its functions 76 7,270 | establish a new presbyteral~council. 3. If the presbyteral council 77 7,270 | council. 3. If the presbyteral council is no longer fulfilling~ 78 7,270 | establish a new presbyteral council within~a year.~ 79 7,271 | members of the presbyteral council. 5. The eparchial bishop 80 7,272 | recommend it, a pastoral council is to be established whose 81 7,273 | Canon 273~1. The pastoral council, which is only a consultative 82 7,273 | bishop. 2. ~The pastoral council is to be so established 83 7,273 | others also to the pastoral council,~even if they are of another 84 7,273 | appointed to the pastoral council.~ 85 7,274 | Canon 274~1. The pastoral council is established for a term 86 7,274 | see is vacant the~pastoral council ceases to exist.~ 87 7,275 | to convoke the pastoral~council according to the needs of 88 7,276 | consulting the presbyteral council, to establish,~change and 89 7,280 | consulted~the presbyteral council, it is expedient, personal 90 7,280 | consulting the presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established~ 91 7,282 | consulting the presbyteral council, and with the consent of 92 7,291 | consulting the~presbyteral council, to establish regulations 93 8,319 | eparchial curia, the presbyteral council, the college of~eparchial 94 8,319 | consultors and the pastoral council, equitably adjusted~by reason 95 8,319 | exarch is to constitute a council of not less than~three members, 96 8,319 | members of the presbyteral council insofar as possible~and 97 10,330 | the patriarchal~Church or council of hierarchs to set up a 98 10,334 | with the consent of the council of hierarchs if that higher~ 99 12,422 | have their own permanent council, established according to 100 12,422 | less than six members a council shall be established or 101 12,444 | with the~consent of the council if the monastery is filial, 102 12,444 | but after consulting the council if it is a subsidiary one. 103 12,447 | with the consent of~the council unless the typicon states 104 12,453 | after having consulted the council. 2. Superiors~themselves 105 12,456 | superior, after consulting the council,~in another monastery sui 106 12,464 | with the consent of the council, and that the~profession 107 12,477 | with the consent of the~council and after notifying the 108 12,482 | with the~consent of the council, and has lived in a monastery 109 12,485 | with~the consent of the council, to terminate the eremitical 110 12,488 | with the consent of the council or~synaxis in accordance 111 12,489 | sui iuris along with the council. 2. The eparchial~bishop 112 12,490 | with the consent of the council, for grave reasons~and with 113 12,492 | her votum and that of~the council, to the Apostolic See. 2. 114 12,496 | her votum and that of the council, to the eparchial bishop 115 12,497 | iuris, having consulted~the council, shall in such cases without 116 12,498 | with the consent of the council,~having immediately put 117 12,499 | with the consent of the council~according to can. 552, 2 118 12,500 | with the~consent of the council, which in this instance 119 12,508 | with the consent of the council.~ 120 12,516 | with the consent of the council.~ 121 12,521 | the consent of his or her council.~ 122 12,522 | with the consent of the council, make~the novitiate in another 123 12,527 | with the consent of the council, and the profession be received 124 12,534 | with the consent of the council,~permit a perpetually professed 125 12,544 | previous consent of their council or, in a~monastery, of the 126 12,544 | the prior consent of their council or, in a monastery, of the 127 12,545 | with the consent of the council, on account of special circumstances, 128 12,546 | with the consent of the council the indult to leave the~ 129 12,547 | superior, having consulted the council, can for a~just cause exclude 130 12,548 | superior general and the council. The imposition of exclaustration, 131 12,548 | with the consent of the~council. 2. In other aspects of 132 12,549 | her votum and that of the council, to the competent~authority. 133 12,551 | superior having consulted~the council; if it concerns expulsions, 134 12,551 | with the consent of the~council. If there is danger in delay 135 12,551 | with the consent of~the council, can expel a member, notifying 136 12,552 | with the consent of the council unless the dismissal~is 137 14,585 | patriarchal Church or the~council of hierarchs is to establish 138 15,597 | gathered in an ecumenical council, exercise their teaching 139 15,621 | patriarchal Church or the council of hierarchs is competent 140 15,652 | patriarchal Church, the~council of hierarchs, and the Apostolic 141 15,657 | with the consent of the council of hierarchs; in other Churches~ 142 15,664 | patriarchal Church, or the council of hierarchs,~or he may 143 15,664 | patriarchal Church, or the~council of hierarchs to consult. 144 16,671 | patriarchal Church or the council of hierarchs, Catholic ministers 145 16,709 | patriarchal Church or~the council of hierarchs is free to 146 16,727 | patriarchal Church or the council of hierarchs or the Apostolic 147 16,760 | patriarchal Church or the council of hierarchs determines~ 148 16,873 | consulted with the~presbyteral council, and with the consent of 149 17,898 | with the consent of the~council of hierarchs, can receive 150 18,904 | eparchial bishops to~promote a council for ecumenical efforts for 151 18,904 | cannot a have their own council, there~should be at least 152 22,996 | Pontiff or an ecumenical council.~ 153 23,1012| the consent of the finance~council, to impose a tax on juridic 154 23,1020| law and the appropriate council. 3. These prescriptions 155 23,1024| consulted the appropriate council. 3. Unless and to the extent 156 23,1036| required of: (1) the finance council and~the college of consultors 157 23,1036| the~consent of the finance council and the college of consultors 158 23,1049| parties and the appropriate council.~ 159 23,1054| parties and the appropriate council, with due regard for the 160 26,1391| this by the presbyteral council after their being proposed 161 27,1408| Pontiff or an Ecumenical Council to determine otherwise.~


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