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    Title, Canon
1 2,36 | local hierarch or the~proper pastor of the same Church or a 2 2,37 | to be kept by the proper pastor in another document in the 3 2,38 | the~care of a hierarch or pastor of another Church sui iuris, 4 3,43 | the Vicar of Christ and Pastor of the entire~Church on 5 3,45 | office (munus) of the supreme pastor of the Church is always~ 6 4,92 | which are due to the supreme pastor of~the entire Church. 2. 7 4,143 | same eparchy, especially a pastor, one from among~the religious 8 7,177 | so that, adhering to its pastor and gathered by him~in the 9 7,238 | protopresbyters; (6) at least one pastor from each district, to~be 10 7,277 | manner to the office of pastor of a certain parish; the~ 11 7,279 | pastoral care in~entrusted to a pastor.~ 12 7,281 | Canon 281~1. The pastor is to be a presbyter to 13 7,281 | person~cannot validly be a pastor.~ 14 7,282 | and what are those of the pastor.~ 15 7,283 | is not to remove from the pastor the partial~or total care 16 7,284 | Church sui iuris. 3. The pastor possesses stability in~his 17 7,285 | a presbyter to be named pastor it is necessary~that he 18 7,286 | competent: (1) to name as pastor a presbyter proposed by 19 7,286 | can. 284, 2; (2) to~name a pastor from other presbyters if 20 7,287 | Canon 287~1. A pastor is to have the parochial 21 7,287 | be entrusted~to the same pastor due to a dearth of presbyters 22 7,287 | there is to be only one pastor; however, if the particular 23 7,288 | Canon 288~The pastor acquires the care of souls 24 7,289 | function of teaching, the pastor is~bound by the obligation 25 7,289 | the Lord commanded; the pastor~is also to lead the Christian 26 7,289 | function of~sanctifying, the pastor is to take care that the 27 7,289 | function of governing, the~pastor is first of all to know 28 7,290 | all juridic affairs the pastor represents the person of~ 29 7,290 | funeral rites, belong to the pastor; therefore, parochial vicars 30 7,290 | at least presumed, of the pastor himself.~ 31 7,291 | pastoral function by~the pastor and other clergy attached 32 7,291 | the remuneration of the pastor and other parish clergy 33 7,292 | Canon 292~1. The pastor is bound by the obligation 34 7,292 | reason to the contrary, the pastor may be absent from the parish 35 7,292 | vacation; the days which the pastor~spends once a year in spiritual 36 7,292 | his~vacation days; if the pastor wishes to be absent from 37 7,292 | during the absence of the pastor.~ 38 7,293 | Canon 293~The pastor is to remember to manifest 39 7,294 | Canon 294~The pastor is frequently to celebrate 40 7,296 | eparchial bishop himself; the pastor is to see to~it that these 41 7,296 | are to be signed by the pastor himself or his~delegate 42 7,296 | another suitable time; the~pastor is to take care that they 43 7,297 | Canon 297~1. The pastor ceases from office by resignation 44 7,297 | or transfer. 2. ~When a pastor has completed his seventy-fifth 45 7,297 | housing of the resigned pastor.~ 46 7,298 | parish becomes vacant or the pastor is hindered by any~cause 47 7,299 | rights and obligations as the pastor unless the eparchial bishop 48 7,299 | prejudice the rights of the pastor or harm~parish goods. 3. 49 7,299 | render an account to the pastor.~ 50 7,300 | parish is vacant and when the pastor is absolutely~hindered from 51 7,300 | are no vicars, the nearest pastor; the eparchial bishop~is 52 7,301 | can~be associated with the pastor whenever it is necessary 53 7,301 | prudently judges otherwise, the pastor, or if it concerns a member 54 7,302 | under the authority of the pastor; but, unless expressly determined 55 7,302 | it, to substitute for the pastor. ~2. In virtue of his office, 56 7,302 | the local~hierarch, the pastor within the boundaries of 57 7,302 | as the cooperator of the pastor, provides daily a preeminent 58 7,302 | pastoral function. Between the~pastor and the parochial vicar 59 7,302 | rights to vacation as~the pastor.~ 60 7,306 | parochial functions unless the pastor~consents or, if the matter 61 8,320 | when there is none, to the pastor~senior by presbyteral ordination. 62 10,323 | and power of Christ, the Pastor. 2. In virtue of sacred 63 10,336 | to fulfill the office of pastor~for all who are in the seminary, 64 10,346 | the love of Christ, the Pastor, by the gift of their~lives, 65 12,470 | as soon as possible the pastor with whom the baptism of 66 12,535 | soon as possible notify the pastor with whom the baptism of 67 12,542 | the local hierarch or~the pastor, in order to provide for 68 12,543 | or congregation who is a pastor remains~bound by the vows 69 12,543 | which concern the office of pastor he enjoys the same rights 70 15,597 | authority if, as supreme pastor and teacher of~all the Christian 71 15,614 | for a grave reason. 3. A pastor cannot~habitually hand over 72 15,624 | Canon 624~1. The pastor should, keeping to the norms 73 16,677 | particular law, the proper pastor of the person to~be baptized, 74 16,677 | the permission of the same~pastor or the local hierarch, is 75 16,678 | permission cannot be denied by a pastor of a different Church sui 76 16,678 | Christian faithful lacking a pastor of the Church sui iuris~ 77 16,686 | legitimate custom. 2. ~The pastor is to see that the parents 78 16,689 | Canon 689~1. The pastor of the place where the baptism 79 16,689 | declaration made before the pastor~and two witnesses; in other 80 16,690 | administered neither by the pastor nor in his~presence, the 81 16,690 | minister must notify the pastor of the place.~ 82 16,695 | is obliged~to notify the pastor of the place where the baptism 83 16,723 | the local hierarch, the pastor and also the one who~takes 84 16,723 | who~takes the place of the pastor is endowed with the faculty 85 16,739 | the sick belongs to the pastor, parochial vicar and to 86 16,771 | eparchial bishop or the pastor before the sacred~ordination. 87 16,771 | bishop shall entrust the pastor~who makes the publication 88 16,775 | ordination of each deacon to the pastor where the baptism~of the 89 16,786 | they are aware of to the pastor or the local hierarch before 90 16,787 | Canon 787~The pastor who conducted the investigation 91 16,787 | authentic document, the pastor who must bless~the marriage 92 16,788 | existence of an impediment, the pastor is to defer the~matter to 93 16,796 | have the same power: the pastor; another priest endowed 94 16,828 | the local hierarch, local pastor,~or a priest who has been 95 16,829 | hierarch and the personal pastor, by virtue of their office, 96 16,830 | the local hierarch~and the pastor can give the faculty to 97 16,831 | 1. The local hierarch or pastor licitly blesses a marriage: ~( 98 16,831 | permission of the~hierarch or pastor of the domicile or quasi-domicile 99 16,831 | be celebrated before the pastor of the groom, unless~either 100 16,838 | of the local hierarch or pastor, in another sacred~place; 101 16,840 | the local~hierarch, the pastor, the priest who was granted 102 16,841 | celebration of the marriage, the pastor of the~place of celebration 103 16,841 | bishop. 2. Furthermore, the pastor of the~place also is to 104 16,841 | baptized elsewhere, the pastor is to send the notice of 105 16,841 | eparchial curia, to the pastor where that spouse's baptism 106 16,842 | other than by death, the pastor~of the place of celebration 107 16,893 | subjects, any hierarch, pastor, and local superior of an 108 16,893 | hierarch; and also a~local pastor within the territorial boundaries 109 19,916 | or her local hierarch and pastor of the Church sui~iuris 110 19,916 | common law. 2. The proper pastor of one who has neither an 111 19,916 | or quasi-domicile is the pastor of the~place where that 112 19,916 | proper~local hierarch and pastor of a transient is the pastor 113 19,916 | pastor of a transient is the pastor of his~church and the hierarch 114 19,916 | staying. 4. If there is no pastor for the Christian~faithful 115 19,916 | these people can appoint the pastor of another Church sui iuris~ 116 19,916 | after them as their proper pastor, but with the consent~of 117 19,916 | eparchial bishop of the pastor who is to be appointed. ~ 118 23,1051| book is to be~kept by the pastor or the rector of the church 119 26,1389| When the ministry of any pastor has become detrimental or 120 26,1390| The reasons for which a pastor can be legitimately removed 121 26,1390| or~body which renders a pastor incapable of performing 122 26,1390| parishioners or aversion to the pastor which are foreseen as~not 123 26,1391| paternally to persuade the pastor~to resign the pastorate 124 26,1391| arguments for~removal. 2. The pastor who is a member of a religious 125 26,1392| 1392~A resignation by a pastor can be submitted conditionally 126 26,1393| Canon 1393~1. If the pastor has not answered within 127 26,1393| bishop has the~proof that the pastor has received the second 128 26,1393| any impediment or if the~pastor refuses to resign giving 129 26,1394| Canon 1394~But if the pastor opposes the cause alleged 130 26,1394| he is to: ~(1) invite the pastor to organize his challenges 131 26,1394| determine whether or~not the pastor must be removed and promptly 132 26,1395| Canon 1395~When the pastor has been removed, the eparchial 133 26,1396| Canon 1396~1. The removed pastor must abstain from exercising 134 26,1396| exercising the office~of pastor, vacate the rectory immediately, 135 26,1396| there is question of a sick pastor who cannot be~transferred 136 26,1396| bishop cannot name a new pastor but meanwhile is to provide 137 26,1397| the Church requires that a pastor be transferred from his 138 26,1398| Canon 1398~If the pastor does not intend to yield 139 26,1399| paternal exhortations to the pastor. 2. When this has been done, 140 26,1399| this has been done, if the pastor~still refuses and the eparchial


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