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    Title, Canon
1 1,8 | of the sacraments~and of ecclesiastical governance.~ 2 1,19 | the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority is given.~ 3 1,24 | Church before a competent~ecclesiastical court in accordance with 4 1,26 | interest of the common good, ecclesiastical authority has competence~ 5 4,76 | soon as~possible request ecclesiastical communion from the Roman 6 4,77 | bishops~before he receives ecclesiastical communion from the Roman 7 4,84 | effective protection of ecclesiastical discipline and the harmonious 8 4,97 | proper~administration of all ecclesiastical property, with due regard~ 9 4,133 | oversee that~the faith and ecclesiastical discipline are accurately 10 4,140 | programs of the apostolate~and ecclesiastical discipline with the current 11 4,143 | Catholic universities and of ecclesiastical universities as well as 12 6,159 | oversee that the faith and ecclesiastical discipline are accurately 13 6,169 | own~rite as well as common ecclesiastical discipline.~ 14 7,192 | Christian faithful living in ecclesiastical communion. 4. The~eparchial 15 7,201 | urge the observance of all ecclesiastical laws and legitimate customs. 16 7,201 | vigilant lest abuses creep into ecclesiastical discipline,~especially concerning 17 7,202 | effective protection of ecclesiastical discipline.~ 18 7,232 | The administration of the ecclesiastical goods which on account of 19 7,262 | supervise the administration of ecclesiastical goods in the whole eparchy, 20 7,278 | the Divine Eucharist, that ecclesiastical goods are carefully administered 21 7,290 | prejudice to can. 302, 2, the ecclesiastical funeral rites, belong to 22 7,309 | faithfully fulfilled, that its ecclesiastical goods are carefully~administered, 23 9,322 | expeditiously promoted and ecclesiastical discipline is efficaciously 24 10,323 | chosen by the competent ecclesiastical authority,~are deputed through 25 10,324 | diverse ways in the~one ecclesiastical ministry of divine origin.~ 26 10,351 | teach with a mandate~from ecclesiastical authority, are faithfully 27 10,385 | occasion of the exercise of an ecclesiastical office, ministry, or function, 28 11,404 | sciences which are~taught in ecclesiastical universities or faculties 29 11,404 | sciences from~competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 30 11,408 | experts or consultors by ecclesiastical authorities, whether individually 31 11,408 | patriarchal. 2. Besides those ecclesiastical functions to~which lay persons 32 11,408 | persons are fully subject to ecclesiastical authority in respect to 33 11,408 | respect to the exercise of ecclesiastical functions.~ 34 12,412 | him alone or to another ecclesiastical~authority.~ 35 12,471 | higher~studies approved by ecclesiastical authority.~ 36 12,504 | society erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority in which the members, 37 12,504 | society erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority in which the members 38 12,505 | is recognized as such by ecclesiastical authority.~ 39 12,536 | higher~studies approved by ecclesiastical authority.~ 40 12,554 | 505, 3; dependent on the ecclesiastical~authority as congregations 41 12,566 | well as their dependence on ecclesiastical~authority cann. 414, 506, 42 12,568 | by~the competent higher ecclesiastical authority; it is up to the~ 43 13,573 | are erected by competent ecclesiastical~authority, or approved by 44 13,573 | praised or recommended by ecclesiastical authority, are called private 45 13,574 | for can. 18, the competent ecclesiastical authority alone has the 46 13,574 | is reserved to the~same ecclesiastical authority.~ 47 13,576 | require~the approval of the ecclesiastical authority which erected 48 13,577 | to the vigilance of the ecclesiastical authority which erected 49 13,577 | watch lest abuse creep into ecclesiastical discipline. 2. It is the 50 13,577 | association~causes serious harm to ecclesiastical doctrine or discipline, 51 15 | TITLE 15~The Ecclesiastical Magisterium~ 52 15,632 | bishop or by a superior ecclesiastical authority or has been recognized 53 15,634 | supervision of the competent ecclesiastical~authority, if for the most 54 15,640 | Catholic universities, however ecclesiastical universities and faculties 55 15,644 | possess a mandate of the ecclesiastical authority designated by 56 15,646 | above all are to promote ecclesiastical universities~and faculties, 57 15,647 | Canon 647~The aim of ecclesiastical universities and faculties 58 15,648 | Canon 648~Ecclesiastical universities and faculties 59 15,648 | or approved by competent ecclesiastical~authority, cultivate and 60 15,649 | 649~The establishment of ecclesiastical universities and faculties 61 15,650 | Regarding the statutes of the ecclesiastical universities and~faculties, 62 15,655 | the Sacred Scripture with ecclesiastical approval may be used; other 63 15,655 | editions must have at least ecclesiastical~permission.~ 64 15,656 | Canon 656~1. Only books with ecclesiastical approval may be used in 65 15,656 | Christian~faithful, are to have ecclesiastical permission.~ 66 15,658 | their translations, need ecclesiastical approval. 2. The same norm 67 15,659 | the Church have at least ecclesiastical permission, without prejudice 68 15,661 | Canon 661~1. Ecclesiastical permission, expressed only 69 15,662 | Canon 662~1. Ecclesiastical approval or permission to 70 15,663 | or other books requiring ecclesiastical approval by~law, the approval 71 15,666 | official acts~of whatever ecclesiastical authority and of their authentic 72 16,731 | an innocent confessor~to ecclesiastical authority concerning the 73 16,761 | perpetually devoted to the ecclesiastical ministry, at the same time 74 16,789 | one who is forbidden by an ecclesiastical sentence to~enter into a 75 16,795 | eparchy from impediments of ecclesiastical law except those which follow: ( 76 16,796 | and every impediment of~ecclesiastical law, whether public or occult, 77 16,863 | has not had recourse to ecclesiastical~or civil authority. 3. If 78 16,863 | separation before the competent ecclesiastical~authority; this authority, 79 16,875 | by law, must be given an ecclesiastical funeral, by which the~Church 80 16,876 | Canon 876~1. An ecclesiastical funeral can also be given 81 16,876 | died, can~also be given an ecclesiastical funeral, according to the 82 16,876 | life, are to be granted an ecclesiastical funeral, provided that it 83 16,877 | are to be deprived of an ecclesiastical funeral who could~not be 84 16,878 | 1. In the celebration of ecclesiastical funerals all favoritism~ 85 16,878 | offerings on the occasion of an~ecclesiastical funeral be only those which 86 16,889 | the Church by a legitimate ecclesiastical superior;~otherwise, it 87 19,921 | persons. 3. The competent ecclesiastical authority is not to confer 88 19,922 | by special concession of~ecclesiastical authority must have its 89 19,922 | in the civil and in the ecclesiastical forum; (5) who is responsible 90 20,936 | Canon 936~1. An ecclesiastical office is any function constituted 91 20,939 | Canon 939~Provision of an ecclesiastical office occurs by: (1) the 92 20,976 | One is removed from an ecclesiastical office by the law itself: ( 93 23,1008| administrator and steward~of all ecclesiastical goods. 2. Under the supreme 94 23,1009| belong to~juridic persons are ecclesiastical goods.~ 95 23,1018| however, they belong~to an ecclesiastical juridic person, they can 96 23,1018| acquired only by~another ecclesiastical juridic person.~ 97 23,1022| administration of all the ecclesiastical goods which are~within the 98 23,1022| entire administration of ecclesiastical goods be suitably organized, 99 23,1023| the administration of the ecclesiastical goods of a juridic person 100 23,1025| office, an administrator of ecclesiastical goods is~to: (1) promise 101 23,1025| by the hierarch, of the ecclesiastical goods committed to his care.~ 102 23,1026| copy of the inventory of ecclesiastical goods is to be kept~in the 103 23,1027| that the administrators of ecclesiastical goods be sufficiently bonded 104 23,1028| 1. Each administrator of ecclesiastical goods is bound to fulfill 105 23,1028| take care that none of~the ecclesiastical goods entrusted to his care 106 23,1028| the juridic person to its~ecclesiastical goods; where it can be done 107 23,1029| 1029~An administrator of ecclesiastical goods shall not make donations~ 108 23,1030| 1030~An administrator of ecclesiastical goods: (1) is to observe~ 109 23,1031| 1031~1. An administrator of ecclesiastical goods is to present an~annual 110 23,1032| 1032~An administrator of ecclesiastical goods is neither to initiate~ 111 23,1033| 1033~An administrator of ecclesiastical goods who relinquishes an 112 23,1035| 1. In order to alienate ecclesiastical goods which through lawful 113 23,1036| 1. When the value of the ecclesiastical goods whose alienation~is 114 23,1038| law for the alienation of ecclesiastical goods shall not give~their 115 23,1040| Canon 1040~Whenever ecclesiastical goods are alienated contrary 116 23,1041| they are of little value, ecclesiastical goods are not to~be sold 117 23,1052| Divine Liturgy which bind ecclesiastical institutes if the income 118 24,1116| will probably reject~the ecclesiastical sentence, if it is to be 119 24,1116| for the observance of the ecclesiastical sentence.~ 120 24,1129| exercising their~function before ecclesiastical tribunals.~ 121 24,1137| person can be admitted by an ecclesiastical judge~after having heard 122 24,1165| can be a settlement when ecclesiastical temporal goods are involved, 123 24,1165| law for the alienation of~ecclesiastical goods are observed.~ 124 25,1221| Canon 1221~1. Public ecclesiastical documents are those which 125 26,1358| tried and decided by the ecclesiastical judge when they arise as 126 26,1378| of a judge. 2. Where an~ecclesiastical decision has no civil effects, 127 26,1383| be proven by an~authentic ecclesiastical or civil document, the other 128 26,1390| detrimental or disturbing to ecclesiastical~communion; (2) incompetence 129 27,1405| to provide more aptly for ecclesiastical discipline; he can also 130 27,1405| suitable penalty divine law or ecclesiastical law enacted~by higher authority, 131 27,1433| ministries or other functions,~ecclesiastical pensions and any delegated 132 27,1444| committed perjury before an ecclesiastical authority,~or who without 133 27,1445| is actually exercising an ecclesiastical function, is to be punished 134 27,1447| ministry or election or ecclesiastical authority or the legitimate 135 27,1449| 1449~One who has alienated ecclesiastical property without the prescribed 136 27,1454| lay person appointed to an ecclesiastical~function (munus), with due 137 27,1455| 1455~One who falsified an ecclesiastical document or asserted a falsehood 138 27,1455| falsified~document in an ecclesiastical matter, or who changed, 139 27,1464| placed or omitted an act of ecclesiastical authority, office,~ministry 140 29,1490| Canon 1490~Merely ecclesiastical laws bind those baptized 141 29,1501| observed with canonical equity, ecclesiastical jurisprudence, and the common 142 29,1521| be given in writing, the ecclesiastical authority can issue it by 143 29,1521| by reading it before an ecclesiastical notary or two witnesses 144 29,1537| the relaxation of a merely ecclesiastical law in a particular case, 145 30,1542| unchallenged boundaries of ecclesiastical territories; (5) obligations 146 30,1542| 6) the provision of an~ecclesiastical office which requires the 147 30,1542| faithful can be visited by no ecclesiastical authority~and are no longer 148 30,1542| no longer subject to any ecclesiastical authority.~


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