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151 persons
149 parties
148 ecclesiastical
148 religious

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    Title, Canon
1 Prel,5 | to physical and juridic persons which are in~use and have 2 1,8 | earth are~those baptized persons who are joined with Christ 3 1,15 | good~and the dignity of persons.~ 4 2,35 | See in special cases of persons, communities or regions.~ 5 3,46 | pontifical legates and other persons and various institutes assist 6 3,46 | of the times; all these persons~and institutes carry out 7 4,90 | temporal goods and also persons attached to the same place 8 4,106 | patriarchs, bishops and other persons established~by common law. 9 4,114 | the patriarchal curia. 2. Persons belonging to the~patriarchal 10 4,114 | conferred upon the same persons.~ 11 4,118 | secret in matters relating~to persons; in other cases, if at least 12 4,124 | patriarch and are made up of persons~appointed by the patriarch; 13 4,143 | religious, as well as two lay persons, unless the~statutes determine 14 4,143 | bishops can send a~proxy. 3. Persons of another Church sui iuris 15 7,205 | visit the entire eparchy. 2. Persons, Catholic institutions, 16 7,228 | themselves and all other persons are specifically prohibited 17 7,238 | others also, not excluding~persons of other Churches sui iuris, 18 7,243 | bond, notaries and other persons assigned by the eparchial 19 7,246 | iuris or a certain group of persons, have by the law itself 20 7,257 | pertain to the status of such~persons.~ 21 7,263 | himself, and~of other suitable persons expert even if possible, 22 7,273 | in~regard to the types of persons, associations and other 23 7,282 | is to be fulfilled, the persons to be attached to~the parish, 24 7,283 | care of certain groups of persons, buildings and places~which 25 8,319 | by reason of places and persons in the judgment of the authority~ 26 10,339 | In making judgments about persons it~is not permitted to ask 27 10,357 | modification to those juridic persons mentioned above as well 28 11 | Lay Persons~ 29 11,399 | this Code, the name of lay persons is applied to the Christian~ 30 11,401 | the proper vocation of lay persons to carry out~and to arrange 31 11,403 | everywhere their own rite, lay persons have the right to participate 32 11,403 | may be committed to lay persons, according to the norms 33 11,404 | received from infancy, lay persons have the right and obligation 34 11,404 | be, to defend it. 2. Lay persons also possess the right~to 35 11,404 | having been observed, lay persons are qualified to receive 36 11,405 | Canon 405~Lay persons should study zealously their 37 11,406 | Canon 406~Lay persons, aware of the obligation 38 11,407 | Canon 407~Lay persons who live in the married 39 11,408 | Canon 408~1. Lay persons who excel in the necessary 40 11,408 | ecclesiastical functions to~which lay persons are by common law admitted, 41 11,408 | expressly forbidden~to lay persons by the particular law of 42 11,408 | their own Church. 3. ~Lay persons are fully subject to ecclesiastical 43 11,409 | Canon 409~1. Lay persons who devote themselves permanently 44 12,423 | by the law~itself juridic persons. Their capacity, however, 45 12,477 | subject to the enclosure persons of the other~gender other 46 12,486 | assigned to it, as well~as the persons who day and night dwell 47 12,486 | in the monastery. Other~persons, however, connected with 48 12,558 | by the law itself juridic persons according to the norm of 49 12,563 | statutes; (4) clerics~or lay persons, in respect to all canonical 50 12,567 | by the law itself juridic persons, according to the~norm of 51 13,573 | same authority, are~juridic persons in the Church and are called 52 14,587 | Canon 587~1. Persons who desire to join the Church 53 14,587 | lasting for~sometime. 2. Persons who are enrolled in the 54 14,592 | of apostolate for the lay persons; to promote institutes of 55 15,624 | to give catechesis to all~persons entrusted to his pastoral 56 15,641 | seen more clearly, and that persons outstanding in doctrine~ 57 15,662 | executive power over these persons or places. 2. In order to~ 58 16,689 | iuris in which the baptized persons are to be~enrolled. 2. If 59 16,738 | ill; pastors of souls and persons who are~close to the sick 60 16,739 | other~priests for those persons committed to their care 61 16,762 | completed abortion and all~persons who positively cooperated 62 16,771 | life~of candidates from persons of upright faith and to 63 16,776 | marriage between baptized persons is by that very fact a sacrament, 64 16,776 | marriage~between baptized persons obtain a special firmness 65 16,778 | Canon 778~All persons can enter into marriage 66 16,797 | the~case is occult, all persons mentioned in can. 796, 2, 67 16,804 | Canon 804~Persons who are in holy orders invalidly 68 16,805 | Canon 805~Persons who are bound by a public 69 16,813 | Marriage between two baptized persons, one of whom is Catholic~ 70 16,854 | entered by two non-baptized persons is dissolved~by means of 71 16,859 | of the place and of the persons, the~local hierarch is to 72 16,893 | Canon 893~1. The following persons can dispense from a private 73 17,898 | receiving individual~lay persons into the Catholic Church 74 19 | TITLE 19~Persons and Juridic Acts~ 75 19,918 | many degrees as there are persons,~not counting the common 76 19,918 | many degrees as there are persons in both lines together, 77 19,920 | Canon 920~Besides physical persons, there are also in the Church 78 19,920 | also in the Church juridic~persons, either aggregates of persons 79 19,920 | persons, either aggregates of persons or aggregates of things,~ 80 19,921 | Canon 921~1. Juridic persons are constituted for a purpose 81 19,921 | in common law are juridic persons. 3. The competent ecclesiastical 82 19,921 | upon those aggregates of persons or things which~pursue a 83 19,922 | goods among several juridic persons,~or the merger of the goods 84 19,923 | Canon 923~An aggregate of persons cannot be constituted as 85 19,923 | at least three physical persons.~ 86 19,925 | survives, and~the aggregate of persons has not ceased to exist 87 19,928 | synod, to~suppress juridic persons that have been constituted 88 19,928 | to suppress those juridic persons that have been set up by~ 89 19,928 | authority which sets up juridic persons~cannot validly suppress 90 19,934 | or counsel of a group of persons,~the group must be convoked 91 19,934 | or the counsel of certain persons as~individuals: (1) if consent 92 19,934 | seek the consent of~those persons or acts contrary to the 93 19,934 | contrary to the opinion of the persons or~person; (2) if counsel 94 19,934 | does not consult to those persons; (3) ~although in no way 95 20,954 | a certain person or many~persons disjunctively; (2) secret, 96 21,983 | respect to matters or to persons acts~invalidly. 3. A delegate 97 21,990 | power delegated to several persons is presumed to~have been 98 21,990 | individually. 2. When several persons have been delegated individually 99 21,990 | matter. 3. ~When several persons have been delegated to transact 100 22,998 | through the use of wise persons in~mediation or study so 101 23,1009| Canon 1009~1. All juridic persons are capable of acquiring, 102 23,1009| which belong to~juridic persons are ecclesiastical goods.~ 103 23,1010| Canon 1010~Juridic persons can acquire temporal goods 104 23,1012| impose a tax on juridic persons subject to his authority 105 23,1012| can be levied on~physical persons only according to the particular 106 23,1015| 1015~Physical and juridic persons cannot collect alms without 107 23,1018| may be acquired by private persons by means of prescription, 108 23,1021| obligations towards other persons who serve the Church as 109 23,1036| for the goods of juridic persons subject to that~eparchial 110 23,1036| statutes for goods of juridic persons not subject to the eparchial 111 23,1042| patrimonial condition of juridic persons can be worsened.~ 112 24,1061| Canon 1061~Persons, whether physical persons 113 24,1061| Persons, whether physical persons who are not bishops or juridic~ 114 24,1061| are not bishops or juridic~persons who do not have a superior 115 24,1063| 2) physical or juridic persons immediately subject to~the 116 24,1069| between physical or juridic persons of the~same institute of 117 24,1069| between physical or juridic~persons of various institutes of 118 24,1103| the services~of reputable persons for mediation. 3. If, however, 119 24,1108| objection is accepted, the persons must be changed, but~the 120 24,1112| Canon 1112~All persons who constitute a tribunal 121 24,1118| those which concern the persons and the~manner of the trial, 122 24,1129| before a tribunal only~those persons are to be present in court 123 24,1138| Canon 1138~1. Juridic persons stand trial through their 124 24,1138| another in the name of~juridic persons which are subject to his 125 24,1150| concerning the status of persons which are never terminated.~ 126 24,1174| regarding~all or some of the persons chosen, any party may entrust 127 24,1177| it concerns the status of persons, the sentence may be~mandated 128 25,1202| the law itself against all persons, including minors, and it 129 25,1203| the case involves the same persons and the same issue; as regards 130 25,1205| administrators of~juridic persons need to consult with or 131 25,1221| are those which official~persons have drawn up in the exercise 132 25,1229| subject to this secrecy; (2) persons who fear~that infamy, dangerous 133 25,1229| themselves, or their spouse, or persons related to them~by consanguinity 134 25,1230| Canon 1230~All persons can be witnesses unless 135 25,1240| circumstances of things or persons.~ 136 25,1249| the parties~and of other persons, the questions added ex 137 25,1254| circumstances of things and persons suggest otherwise.~ 138 25,1259| informed about the identity of persons,~things or places, by what 139 25,1287| or the advocates or other persons remain~outside the acts 140 25,1322| issued between the same persons regarding the same petition 141 25,1324| concerning the status of persons, including those concerning 142 25,1325| concerning the status of persons, it can be challenged at 143 26,1370| another sentence, those persons whose marriage was declared~ 144 27,1417| Canon 1417~When persons conspire together to commit 145 27,1433| and is equivalent to lay persons in respect to canonical 146 29,1498| of law and binds only the persons and affects only those matters~ 147 29,1511| which a person or determined~persons are requested directly and 148 29,1513| or restrict the rights of persons, or harm the~acquired rights 149 29,1513| law in favor of~private persons; all other administrative 150 29,1532| favor granted to certain persons,~whether physical or juridic, 151 29,1534| person alone. 3. Physical persons cannot validly renounce


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