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    Title, Canon
1 1,18 | associations for charitable and religious purposes or for the promotion~ 2 4,89 | the case of a member of a religious institute or a society of 3 4,89 | common life in the manner of religious, the major superior, unless 4 4,89 | subject or, in the case of a religious institute or a society of 5 4,89 | common life in the manner of~religious, the major superior.~ 6 4,90 | which does not belong to a religious institute~in matters regarding 7 4,114 | a case of a member of a religious institute or society of 8 4,114 | common life in the manner of~religious, their major superior. 3. 9 4,143 | pastor, one from among~the religious or members of societies 10 4,143 | according to~the manner of religious, as well as two lay persons, 11 4,143 | a case of a member of a religious institute or a member of 12 4,143 | according to the manner of religious,~with the consent of the 13 7,205 | bishop can visit members of religious~institutes as well as those 14 7,205 | life in the~manner of the religious who are of pontifical or 15 7,273 | body,~consists of clerics, religious or members of societies 16 7,273 | common~life in the manner of religious, and, especially, of lay 17 7,282 | the major superior of a religious institute or society of~ 18 7,282 | common life in the manner of religious, can erect a parish in the~ 19 7,282 | the major superior~of the religious institute or society of 20 7,282 | common life in the manner of religious. This agreement is to state 21 7,284 | a parish to a~member of religious institute or society of 22 7,284 | common life in the~manner of religious, the major superior is to 23 7,284 | it concerns a member of a religious~institute or society of 24 7,284 | common life in the manner of religious;~(2) a candidate agrees 25 7,289 | assistance of members of religious institutes or societies 26 7,289 | common life in the manner of religious, but also the cooperation 27 7,296 | perpetual profession in a religious institute; these~notations 28 7,301 | it concerns a member of a religious institute or society of 29 7,301 | common life in the~manner of religious, observing can. 284, 2.~ 30 7,303 | parochial vicar is a member of a religious institute or society of 31 7,303 | common life in the manner of religious, can. 1391, 2 is to be observed.~ 32 7,305 | the major superior of a religious institute or society of 33 7,305 | common life in the manner of religious to propose a suitable priest 34 7,310 | church is a member of a religious~institute or society of 35 7,310 | common life in the manner of religious,~can. 1391, 2 is to be observed.~ ~ 36 10,341 | 1012 and 1014. 2. Even religious houses are subject to the 37 10,342 | another seminary or in a religious~institute or society of 38 10,342 | common life in the manner of religious~are not to be admitted before 39 10,357 | some~eparchy or exarchy or religious institute or society of 40 10,357 | common~life in the manner of religious or, also, in institutes 41 11,399 | orders nor enrolled in the religious state.~ 42 11,404 | faculties or in institutes of religious science by attending classes 43 12 | TITLE 12~Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other 44 12,410 | Canon 410~The religious state is a stable mode of 45 12,411 | Canon 411~The religious state shall be encouraged 46 12,412 | Canon 412~1. All religious are subject to the Roman 47 12,413 | Canon 413~Religious institutes are subject with 48 12,413 | respect to internal rule~and religious discipline, unless law provides 49 12,414 | exceed the power of the religious~superiors from the same 50 12,415 | Canon 415~1. All religious are subject to the authority 51 12,415 | God to the people, to the religious and moral education of the 52 12,415 | pertaining to the eparchy to religious only with~the consent of 53 12,415 | and with observance of the religious discipline of the~institutes 54 12,415 | and specific purpose. ~4. Religious who committed a delict outside 55 12,416 | meetings with~the superiors of religious at stated times or whenever 56 12,418 | superior of monks and other religious does not~come either the 57 12,420 | hierarch must visit all religious houses, if the major~superior 58 12,421 | pursuing the purpose of the religious state, and they are to make 59 12,425 | The temporal property of religious institutes is governed by~ 60 12,426 | Canon 426~Each and every religious, whether superior or subject, 61 12,427 | Canon 427~Each and every religious is bound by the obligations 62 12,428 | vows is enrolled in the religious institute~as a cleric by 63 12,429 | Canon 429~Letters of religious to their superiors and also 64 12,430 | not permitted to confer on religious merely honorific~titles 65 12,430 | major superior which the~religious already has exercised.~ 66 12,431 | of the major superior, a religious cannot be promoted after 67 12,431 | fulfilled the function, the religious must return to the monastery, 68 12,431 | order or congregation. 2. A religious who becomes a patriarch, 69 12,431 | statutes permit it. 3. A~religious who becomes a patriarch, 70 12,432 | a house or province of a religious institute of any Church 71 12,432 | internal governance of this religious institute and the privileges 72 12,433 | 433~1. A monastery is a religious house in which the members 73 12,437 | as well as to carry out religious works~proper to the monastery 74 12,437 | internal governance and religious discipline.~ 75 12,450 | are held by the bond of religious profession or by another 76 12,493 | or she had never been in religious life.~ 77 12,517 | lawfully to the novitiate of a religious institute of another~Church 78 12,524 | knowledge, and the observance of religious state, and, in a clerical 79 12,524 | in what relates to the~religious discipline of the entire 80 12,531 | assume definitively the religious~state, lose their own eparchy 81 12,531 | full effects of law in the religious order or congregation.~ 82 12,542 | of the institute and to religious discipline.~ 83 12,543 | matters which pertain to religious discipline, but in those 84 12,544 | validly transfer to another religious institute with~the written 85 12,544 | eparchial right to another religious institute of eparchial right 86 12,544 | where the main house of the religious~institute to which the transfer 87 12,544 | validly transfer to another religious institute without the consent 88 12,544 | validity of a transfer to a religious institute of another Church 89 12,545 | the~superiors of the new religious institute and the director 90 12,545 | according to~the statutes of the religious institute to which he or 91 12,545 | make~the profession in the religious institute to which he or 92 12,547 | incapable of leading life in the religious institute, constitutes a 93 12,552 | imputable; (2) the lack of~the religious spirit, which can be a cause 94 12,554 | some sacred bond but not by religious vows, and imitate the manner 95 12,554 | the manner of life of the religious state, under the governance 96 12,554 | according to the manner of religious. 2. ~Such a society is of 97 12,554 | societies are equivalent to religious in what pertains to~the 98 12,562 | according to the manner of religious or to a religious~institute, 99 12,562 | manner of religious or to a religious~institute, the consent is 100 12,562 | member who moves~to another religious institute must go through 101 12,563 | imitate the manner of life of religious, but lead a life of communion 102 12,572 | life, whose members without religious vows~pursue the particular 103 13,575 | erection of a house~of a religious institute also allows for 104 13,578 | associations. 3. ~Members of religious institutes can enroll in 105 14,586 | concerned that the right to religious freedom is vindicated so 106 15,599 | Canon 599~A religious obsequium of intellect and 107 15,600 | their own bishops with a religious obsequium of soul.~ 108 15,612 | Canon 612~1. In religious institutes or societies 109 15,612 | in the~manner of clerical religious of pontifical or patriarchal 110 15,620 | assistance, are to ensure the religious~formation of their members 111 15,624 | the pastors; members of~religious institutes, however, are 112 15,628 | obligations and provide for the religious education especially of 113 15,660 | clerics and members of religious institutes moreover need 114 15,662 | publish writings dealing with religious and moral topics, members~ 115 15,662 | moral topics, members~of religious institutes need also the 116 16,723 | and night remain in the religious house.~ 117 16,783 | see to do the physical, religious, moral,~social and culture 118 16,795 | perpetual vows of chastity in a religious institute, unless it is 119 16,805 | perpetual vow of chastity in a~religious institute invalidly attempt 120 16,839 | forbidden to have another religious celebration of the same 121 16,839 | renew consent; likewise, a religious celebration is~forbidden 122 16,871 | and churches attached to religious houses,~should be dedicated 123 16,894 | made before monastic or religious profession are suspended~ 124 18,903 | example of life, by the religious fidelity to the ancient~ 125 19,913 | Canon 913~Members of religious institutes and societies 126 19,913 | common life in~the manner of religious acquire a domicile in the 127 20,956 | elections among clerics alone or religious, in which cases~that person 128 20,956 | sacred ordination, or, among religious, the person who is senior 129 20,972 | norms concerning members of religious institutes~or of societies 130 20,972 | common life in the manner of religious, a~grave cause is required 131 23,1046| in trust to a member~of a religious institute or of a society 132 23,1046| life in the~manner of the religious, and have been designated 133 23,1052| superiors general of~clerical religious institutes or societies 134 23,1052| common life in the~manner of religious of pontifical or patriarchal 135 24,1102| chosen~from any eparchy, religious institute or society of 136 24,1102| common life~in the manner of religious, of their own or even from 137 24,1172| apostolic life in~the manner of religious without the permission of 138 26,1391| pastor who is a member of a religious institute or a society of 139 26,1391| common life in the manner of religious can~be removed either at 140 27,1429| affect only clerics and religious or members of a~society 141 27,1429| common life in the manner of religious, an injunction~to live in 142 27,1445| same to another cleric, religious, member of a society of 143 27,1445| common~life in the manner of religious or to a lay person who is 144 27,1453| marriage is to be deposed. 3. A religious~who has taken a public and 145 27,1454| confessor, hierarch,~cleric, religious, member of a society of 146 27,1454| common life in the manner of religious, or a lay person appointed 147 27,1466| Canon 1466~A cleric, religious or member of a society of 148 27,1466| common life in the~manner of religious who conducts business or


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