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    Title, Canon
1 1,14 | divine message of salvation may increasingly~reach all peoples 2 2,37 | celebrated, even, as~the case may be, in a Latin parish; if 3 4,81 | bishops or others to whom it may concern, are to be communicated~ 4 7,189 | enthronement the bishop may not involve himself in the 5 7,208 | can be done, so that he may venerate the~tombs of blessed 6 7,214 | bishop, in order that~they may take canonical possession 7 7,260 | Only the eparchial bishop may have the key to the secret 8 7,276 | in the same district, he may fulfill the~functions determined 9 7,287 | iuris allows it, a parish may be entrusted to several 10 7,289 | Christian faithful so that they may grow in faith, hope and~ 11 7,289 | the Christian community may~render that witness of love 12 7,292 | the contrary, the pastor may be absent from the parish 13 10,332 | 332~1. A minor seminary may be erected in any eparchy 14 10,345 | pastoral formation so~that they may be effective ministers of 15 10,346 | themselves by degrees, they may be trained to use freedom~ 16 10,347 | accomplishments of the human~spirit, may acquire broad and solid 17 10,347 | Christ the teacher, they~may be able more effectively 18 10,350 | their own~culture so that it may be nourishment for their 19 10,367 | above all~things loving God, may be built up and increase 20 10,368 | ordination, so that they may become~more suitable instruments 21 10,369 | hearers of the Christ, they may become true ministers of 22 10,371 | However in order that they may exercise a civil profession 23 10,376 | as possible, so that they may be mutually~helped in cultivating 24 10,376 | and intellectual life and may~be able to cooperate more 25 10,385 | eparchial bishop or,~as the case may be, the major superior.~ 26 11,403 | of the sacred ministers may be committed to lay persons, 27 11,404 | the Church, so that they may be able not only to~live 28 11,405 | which they live,~but rather may daily lead more to the same 29 11,408 | common law admitted, they may be also~admitted by a competent 30 12,416 | exercised by the~members may be carried out in common 31 12,439 | the same eparchial~bishop may form a confederation with 32 12,439 | of a patriarchal Church~may be established after consultation 33 12,447 | the office of superior, may nevertheless by joined with 34 12,459 | assiduous prayer, so that~they may thoroughly learn what pertains 35 12,469 | whatever offices he or she may have held as well as his 36 12,477 | gender other than those who may enter the enclosure in accordance~ 37 12,478 | superior of the monastery may permit that members stay 38 12,546 | The temporarily professed may freely leave the order or 39 12,571 | promoters in order that they may better manifest their purpose, 40 13,577 | territory,~and as the case may be, to notify the authority 41 13,581 | been legitimately enrolled may be dismissed from~an association 42 15,602 | that the Christian faithful may be led to a more~conscious 43 15,610 | the eparchial bishop also may give the mandate to~preach 44 15,622 | catechetical commission, which may be established together 45 15,629 | in the Christian virtues, may be disposed to knowing and~ 46 15,641 | understanding of these disciplines may be obtained,~and by paying 47 15,641 | reason in the one truth may~be seen more clearly, and 48 15,641 | outstanding in doctrine~may be formed who are ready 49 15,655 | ecclesiastical approval may be used; other editions 50 15,656 | ecclesiastical approval may be used in liturgical celebrations. 51 15,660 | of the~Christian faithful may write in newspapers, magazines 52 15,662 | permission to publish books may~be granted, unless expressly 53 15,664 | 664~1. The local hierarch may abide by the judgment about 54 15,664 | council of hierarchs,~or he may rely on others, according 55 15,664 | special commission of censors may be set up for the local 56 15,664 | favorable, the hierarch may grant permission or approval, 57 15,666 | collections; and therefore they may not be republished without 58 15,666 | norms about this matter may be issued in the particular 59 16,783 | marriage, by which they may be~predisposed to that new 60 16,783 | conjugal~covenant, they may day by day come to lead 61 16,837 | under which such a marriage may be celebrated.~ 62 16,841 | marriage and, as the case may be, dispensation~from form 63 17,900 | the person, the reception may be put off unless~there 64 18,906 | Canon 906~That it may become clearer to the Christian 65 19,914 | Canon 914~Spouses may have a common domicile or 66 20,941 | been prescribed by~law, may never be deferred beyond 67 20,942 | time by the same person may not be conferred upon one 68 20,959 | confirmation, the person~may not become involved in the 69 20,963 | so that~the dispensation may be granted. 2. If the postulation 70 20,974 | regard for~rights which may have been acquired by contract, 71 22,998 | suitable~means the controversy may be avoided. 2. The superior 72 23,1014| faithful, the eparchial bishop may prescribe the taking up 73 23,1018| are privately~owned, they may be acquired by private persons 74 23,1018| of prescription, but they may not be used for profane 75 23,1026| patrimony of that juridic~person may undergo is to be noted on 76 23,1027| law, so~that the Church may suffer no harm in the case 77 23,1030| decent wage so that~they may provide appropriately for 78 23,1052| foundation, the hierarch may~reduce obligations of celebrating 79 23,1054| just and necessary reason, may~reduce, moderate or commute 80 23,1054| approached; but the latter may act only with the consent 81 24,1063| however, the patriarch alone may accept a resignation from 82 24,1067| the~same Church sui iuris may be erected by the patriarch 83 24,1067| Church; in other cases, it may be erected by the eparchial 84 24,1084| of the patriarchal Church may do likewise, in both situations~ 85 24,1091| cause the same president may~substitute another in place 86 24,1102| officers of the tribunals may be chosen~from any eparchy, 87 24,1102| otherwise, a delegated judge may utilize the assistance of~ 88 24,1106| case in~which the judge may have some interest due to 89 24,1113| contentious case if~the parties may be harmed by the revelation 90 24,1116| sufficiently~protected, he may at the request of the respondent 91 24,1124| such time limits, however,~may never validly be shortened 92 24,1154| so requires, the hierarch may apply opportune administrative 93 24,1163| having heard the parties, may~determine, by a decree to 94 24,1168| involved in a controversy may agree in writing~to have 95 24,1168| arbitrators. 2. Likewise, they~may agree in writing who have 96 24,1169| 1169~Controversies which may not be resolved by settlement, 97 24,1170| One or more arbitrators may be designated, but they 98 24,1172| Canon 1172~The following may not validly undertake the 99 24,1174| persons chosen, any party may entrust the~matter to the 100 24,1177| Incidental questions which may arise are to be resolved 101 24,1177| of persons, the sentence may be~mandated for execution.~ 102 24,1178| appointment; the parties may~prorogate the time limits.~ 103 24,1180| reimbursed for~expenses; they may even demand appropriate 104 24,1181| decree, the interested party may have recourse to~the appeal 105 24,1181| s insistence, the party may have recourse to the appeal~ 106 24,1184| an arbitration sentence may take place in~those instances 107 24,1184| where a judicial sentence may be executed. 2. ~The arbitration 108 25,1186| Canon 1186~1. The judge may accept an oral petition 109 25,1191| procurator, as the case may be, or to the person who~ 110 25,1203| the case, which in fact may be operative in another 111 25,1225| the tribunal so that they may be examined by the~judge 112 25,1231| testimony; however, they may~be heard by reason of a 113 25,1240| Canon 1240~The parties may not assist at the questioning 114 25,1240| advocates or their procurators may assist unless the judge 115 25,1246| with certainty, the~judge may advise the witness of some 116 25,1247| accounts; in such a case they may consult the notes which 117 25,1249| everything noteworthy which may have occurred while the~ 118 25,1258| attention to those points which may have been~brought forward 119 25,1258| and aids~which the expert may need in order to function 120 25,1259| further explanations which may~seem necessary.~ 121 25,1262| Canon 1262~1. The parties may designate private experts 122 25,1262| admits them, private~experts may inspect the acts of the 123 25,1270| by decree, the tribunal~may turn the matter over to 124 25,1278| rights. Such an attempt may be introduced by one party 125 25,1281| complete the proofs the parties may propose additional proofs 126 25,1283| that the future sentence may turn~out to be unjust because 127 25,1305| the complaint of nullity~may be prejudiced and, as a 128 25,1320| new~basis for petitioning may not be admitted at the appellate 129 25,1341| the words. 2. The~executor may consider exceptions regarding 130 26,1371| and any prohibitions~which may have been determined.~ 131 26,1377| civil obligations which they may have to each other and to~ 132 27,1401| inflicted by~the offense may receive a cure and to preclude 133 27,1404| although~the reasoning may be the same, or even weightier.~ 134 27,1405| competence. 2. Particular law may add additional penalties 135 27,1431| extent and, as the case may be, its~duration.~ 136 27,1432| place which the offender may have by reason of an office, 137 29,1525| cases, however, the executor may entrust preparatory acts~ 138 29,1527| administrative~act, the executor may execute it again.~ 139 29,1536| be in vain, the~hierarch may deprive one who seriously


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