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    Title, Canon
1 1,21 | Those who are engaged in the sacred disciplines enjoy a lawful~ 2 7,180 | doctorate or licentiate in some~sacred science or at least be an 3 7,200 | eparchial bishop can celebrate sacred functions in the entire~ 4 7,205 | Catholic institutions, sacred things and places within 5 7,247 | least be expert in some sacred science, of sound~doctrine, 6 7,271 | itself who is senior by sacred ordination. 6. Whenever~ 7 7,278 | condition of the churches and sacred furnishings are carefully 8 7,278 | appropriate for~promoting the sacred sciences and pastoral affairs; ( 9 7,278 | died the books, documents, sacred furnishings and other things 10 7,290 | person of~the parish. 2. Sacred functions of greater importance, 11 7,296 | can. 840, 3, adoption, and sacred~orders or perpetual profession 12 7,307 | church to celebrate specific sacred functions, even parochial 13 7,308 | sacraments~or perform other sacred functions in the church; 14 7,309 | and the good appearance of~sacred furnishings and buildings 15 10,323 | Clerics, who are also called sacred ministers, are Christian~ 16 10,323 | Holy Spirit received in sacred~ordination to be ministers 17 10,323 | Pastor. 2. In virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished 18 10,325 | Canon 325~In virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished 19 10,326 | the degrees of orders by sacred ordination itself; but they 20 10,327 | exercise the functions of the sacred liturgy, they are governed~ 21 10,329 | vocations especially to the sacred~ministries belongs to the 22 10,331 | signs of a vocation to the sacred ministry are to be instructed 23 10,331 | steadfastly undertaking the sacred ministries is more fully~ 24 10,340 | disciplines. 3. Teachers of~the sacred sciences, having followed 25 10,344 | useful for undertaking the~sacred ministry; care is generally 26 10,346 | 1. Those aspiring to the sacred ministry are to be formed 27 10,346 | instruction concerning the sacred ministries and~exhortations 28 10,347 | solid instruction in the sacred~sciences, so that educated 29 10,350 | 2. It is necessary that Sacred Scripture be as the soul~ 30 10,350 | and must influence all sacred disciplines;~therefore in 31 10,351 | Canon 351~Teachers of the sacred sciences, since they teach 32 10,356 | those to be promoted to sacred~orders.~ 33 10,362 | if he had exercised the sacred~ministry there.~ 34 10,368 | consecrated to~God in a new way by sacred ordination, so that they 35 10,372 | formation which is required for sacred~orders clerics are not to 36 10,372 | devoting attention to the sacred~sciences. Indeed they are 37 10,372 | suitable for promoting~the sacred sciences and pastoral matters. 38 10,372 | more intimately with the sacred sciences, such as those 39 10,380 | concern for vocations to the sacred~ministry and to the life 40 10,394 | has been validly received, sacred ordination never becomes 41 10,394 | declares~the invalidity of sacred ordination; (2) by the legitimate 42 10,396 | which the invalidity of sacred ordination~has been declared, 43 11,403 | advantage so recommend, and when sacred ministers are lacking, certain 44 11,403 | certain functions~of the sacred ministers may be committed 45 11,404 | deeper knowledge of the sacred sciences which are~taught 46 11,404 | receive a mandate to teach the sacred sciences from~competent 47 12,437 | a church and to perform sacred ministries as well as to 48 12,450 | profession or by another sacred bond to an institute of 49 12,471 | developed through the study of sacred doctrine and the~acquisition 50 12,471 | formation of monks destined for sacred orders is to proceed~according 51 12,472 | dimissorial letters for sacred orders to his members, after 52 12,493 | ones that are attached to a sacred order if he is in sacred 53 12,493 | sacred order if he is in sacred orders. 2. If a member who 54 12,494 | perpetual vows who is in sacred orders, if he has~obtained 55 12,494 | the world, cannot exercise sacred orders until he has found 56 12,498 | monastery who has received a sacred order is~forbidden to exercise 57 12,502 | member had been promoted~to a sacred order, can. 494 is to be 58 12,505 | exercises the ministry proper to~sacred orders, and is recognized 59 12,536 | members who are destined for sacred orders is to~proceed according 60 12,537 | dimissorial letters for sacred orders to perpetually professed~ 61 12,549 | to a member who is in a sacred order, can.~494 is to be 62 12,554 | evangelical~counsels by some sacred bond but not by religious 63 12,555 | obliged also in virtue~of the sacred bond of obedience.~ 64 12,562 | is to dispense from the sacred~bond.~ 65 12,563 | statutes, strengthened by some sacred bond recognized by the Church; ( 66 12,564 | obey~also in virtue of the sacred bond of obedience.~ 67 12,568 | authority to also dissolve the sacred~bond.~ 68 14,584 | own liturgical rites, in sacred art, in particular law, 69 14,591 | that: (1) vocations to~the sacred ministries are prudently 70 14,591 | valid cooperators of the sacred ministers, they can fittingly 71 15,596 | collaborators of the~bishops by sacred orders and by those who, 72 15,596 | those who, though not in sacred~orders, have received the 73 15,598 | under the leadership of the sacred magisterium; therefore, 74 15,606 | with their expertise in the sacred and related~sciences as 75 15,607 | vitally nourished by~the Sacred Scripture and is to be based 76 15,607 | Scripture and is to be based on sacred tradition; the~celebration 77 15,608 | according to the grade of~his sacred order, have as their foremost 78 15,614 | living are~expounded from Sacred Scripture, is strongly recommended 79 15,615 | so that special series of~sacred preaching are held at suitable 80 15,648 | cultivate and teach the sacred sciences and related~subjects, 81 15,655 | ought to have easy access to Sacred~Scriptures. Therefore suitable 82 15,655 | purposes~only editions of the Sacred Scripture with ecclesiastical 83 15,663 | case of editions of the Sacred~Scriptures or other books 84 15,665 | in keeping with genuine sacred art~or books that are not 85 16,667 | Christian faithful, especially sacred~ministers, are to observe 86 16,672 | chrismation with holy myron and~sacred ordination cannot be repeated. 87 16,706 | In the Divine Liturgy the sacred gifts which are offered 88 16,743 | working of the Holy Spirit, sacred ministers are constituted, 89 16,744 | bishop validly administers sacred ordination by the imposition 90 16,748 | Canon 748~1. With regard to sacred ordination, for one who 91 16,748 | himself; with regard to the sacred ordination of one who~is 92 16,749 | prohibited from celebrating a~sacred ordination without the permission 93 16,754 | baptized man is able to receive sacred ordination validly.~ 94 16,756 | force someone to receive sacred orders or to deter someone 95 16,757 | refuses to receive a higher sacred order, cannot validly~be 96 16,757 | prohibited from exercising the sacred order already received,~ 97 16,758 | harmony with receiving a sacred order; (3) the age prescribed 98 16,758 | admitting married men to sacred orders.~ 99 16,761 | that he is ready to receive sacred orders and that he~accepts 100 16,761 | admitted for the reception of sacred orders.~ 101 16,762 | are impeded from receiving sacred orders: (1) ~a person who 102 16,762 | existing matrimonial bond, sacred orders or a public perpetual 103 16,763 | impeded from exercising sacred orders: (1) a~person who 104 16,763 | illegitimately received sacred orders while under an~impediment 105 16,763 | impediment from receiving sacred orders; (2) a person who 106 16,763 | permits~the exercise of that sacred order.~ 107 16,764 | receiving or exercising sacred orders cannot be~established 108 16,767 | receiving or exercising sacred orders except in the following 109 16,767 | can licitly exercise the sacred orders already received, 110 16,768 | from impediments to receive~sacred orders is valid for all 111 16,769 | who admits a candidate for sacred ordination~should obtain: ( 112 16,769 | certificate of the last sacred ordination or, if it~is 113 16,769 | is the case of the first sacred ordination, a certificate 114 16,770 | is worthy of receiving a~sacred order, can agree to this 115 16,771 | names of the candidates for sacred orders are to be made~known 116 16,771 | or the pastor before the sacred~ordination. 3. The eparchial 117 16,772 | 772~Every candidate for sacred obligation must make a spiritual 118 16,773 | Canon 773~Sacred ordinations should be celebrated 119 16,774 | Canon 774~1. After the sacred ordination has been celebrated, 120 16,774 | the place and date of~the sacred ordination are to be recorded 121 16,774 | the registration of the sacred ordination is recorded in 122 16,781 | marriage be celebrated with a sacred rite.~ 123 16,796 | except the impediment of the sacred order of priesthood. 2. 124 16,828 | which are celebrated with a~sacred rite, in the presence of 125 16,828 | rite which is considered a sacred rite is the intervention 126 16,838 | hierarch or pastor, in another sacred~place; however, it cannot 127 16,867 | sacramentals, which are sacred signs, by which~in imitation 128 16,868 | Canon 868~Sacred places, which are destined 129 16,872 | are taken to protect~the sacred and precious objects.~ 130 16,886 | The practice of displaying sacred icons or images in churches 131 16,887 | Canon 887~1. Sacred icons or precious images, 132 16,887 | for cann. 1034-1041. 2. Sacred~icons or precious images 133 16,888 | is not permitted to sell sacred relics. 2. Significant~relics, 134 17,899 | Church can exercise his own sacred~order according to the norms 135 20,956 | elected who is senior by sacred ordination, or, among religious, 136 21,979 | those who have received~sacred orders are capable of the 137 23,1018| Canon 1018~If sacred objects, that is, those 138 24,1084| cases concerning the bond of sacred ordination; (2) cases concerning 139 24,1096| concerning the nullity of sacred ordination or the nullity 140 24,1154| suspension from~the exercise of sacred ministry or removal from 141 25,1229| in connection with their sacred ministry; civil officials,~ 142 26,1385| to impugn the validity of sacred ordination.~ 143 26,1386| attacking the validity of sacred ordination~must be sent 144 26,1387| confirmed the nullity of sacred ordination the cleric loses 145 27,1430| Deprivation of the power~of sacred orders is not possible, 146 27,1441| Canon 1441~Whoever employs sacred objects for profane use 147 28,1473| accused from the exercise~of sacred orders, an office, ministry 148 30,1542| requires the exercise of a sacred~order, according to the


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