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    Title, Canon
1 2,29 | regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic See. 2. 2 2,30 | regard for particular law established by the~Apostolic See.~ 3 3,46 | according~to the norm of law established by the Roman Pontiff himself. 4 3,46 | regulated by~special norms established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 5 4,58 | special norms of~precedence established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 6 4,67 | reprobated unless it is established~otherwise by common law.~ 7 4,92 | according to the norms established especially for this, to 8 4,94 | he presides on feast days established by particular law.~ 9 4,98 | not~contrary to the law established by the Apostolic See; the 10 4,101 | eparchy nor an exarchy is established, the patriarch has the same 11 4,106 | bishops and other persons established~by common law. 2. Moreover 12 4,106 | must be convoked at the established times, even~annually, if 13 4,111 | observing secrecy in matters established by common law. 3. ~Acts 14 4,124 | also are governed by norms established by him, unless the law provides 15 4,133 | metropolitan synod at~the times established by the synod of bishops 16 4,133 | to do so within the time~established by law, and also to appoint 17 4,138 | by the Apostolic See or established by the same See.~ 18 5,153 | conducted within the time established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 19 6,159 | common law or~particular law established by the Roman Pontiff, the 20 6,159 | to do so within the time established by law and also to appoint 21 6,164 | vote if this is expressly established in particular~law.~ 22 6,173 | to be observed which are established for an impeded patriarchal 23 6,174 | common law and particular~law established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 24 7,183 | of a tied vote, it is not established who the candidates are for 25 7,204 | days~of special solemnity established by particular law according 26 7,213 | and obligations which are established in common law, a coadjutor 27 7,213 | bishops are those which are established by common law.~ 28 7,220 | but not beyond the limits established by common~law.~ 29 7,230 | appropriate remuneration to be established by particular law or determined 30 7,238 | in the manner and number established by particular~law; (8) some 31 7,238 | in the manner and number established by particular law; (10) 32 7,247 | their Church sui iuris has established otherwise, insofar~as it 33 7,252 | obligation,~unless otherwise established by the particular law, is 34 7,261 | these archives, the norms established by~the eparchial bishop 35 7,264 | presbyteral council must be established in the eparchy, that is~ 36 7,271 | functions until a new college is~established. 3. The members of the college 37 7,272 | pastoral council is to be established whose responsibility it 38 7,273 | pastoral council is to be so established that, insofar as~possible, 39 7,274 | The pastoral council is established for a term according to~ 40 7,279 | of the Christian faithful established on a stable basis in the 41 7,280 | presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established~parish is a juridic person 42 8,311 | an eparchy, and which is~established within territorial or other 43 8,315 | Canon 315~1. The exarch established outside the territorial 44 8,319 | judgment of the authority~who established or modified the exarchy. 45 10,332 | major seminary is to be established which~serves either one 46 10,346 | Mother of God,~whom Christ established as mother of all people; ( 47 10,356 | the~seminary, to those who established it. 2. The eparchial bishop~ 48 10,357 | permanent synod. 2. What is established concerning the enrollment 49 10,360 | the cleric or bishops are~established, a cleric can move into 50 10,369 | spiritual retreats at the times established according to the~prescriptions 51 12,422 | their own permanent council, established according to the norm of 52 12,422 | members a council shall be established or not.~ 53 12,424 | statutes norms shall be established for the use~and the administration 54 12,439 | patriarchal Church~may be established after consultation with 55 12,448 | prevented by any impediment~established by the law.~ 56 12,452 | restrained~by some impediment established in law. 2. Likewise, parents~ 57 12,480 | Canon 480~A parish cannot be established in the church of a monastery, 58 12,497 | dismissal is juridically established, and he or she shall inform 59 12,500 | that the available time established by the typicon has elapsed 60 12,508 | into provinces, to unite established provinces or to modify their 61 12,554 | regard to particular law~established by the Apostolic See, can. 62 12,556 | same prescriptions as those established for congregations in cann. 63 12,572 | own Church sui iuris or established by the Apostolic~See.~ ~ 64 13,582 | Canon 582~A lawfully established and approved association 65 14,590 | in due time and be fully established so~that, under the guidance 66 14,591 | 2) catechists are to be established so that, being valid cooperators 67 15,597 | defined unless it is~clearly established as such.~ 68 15,622 | commission, which may be established together with the other 69 15,632 | Catholic in law unless it was established as such by the eparchial 70 15,635 | that Catholic schools are~established especially in those places 71 16,668 | or modify that which was established by this authority.~ 72 16,670 | the Catholic Church, are established by the eparchial bishop 73 16,681 | his baptism is certainly established, should be baptized. 3. ~ 74 16,689 | her maternity is publicly established or if she requests it on 75 16,707 | matters must be precisely established by the norms of each Church 76 16,708 | at those times which are established by a most praiseworthy custom 77 16,715 | permissible, if it is thus established by lawful custom, to receive 78 16,717 | that Church, unless it is established otherwise by the donor.~ 79 16,745 | unless it is previously established that there is a legitimate 80 16,758 | sui~iuris or special norms established by the Apostolic See are 81 16,764 | sacred orders cannot be~established by particular law; custom 82 16,764 | contrary to an impediment established by common law is~reprobated.~ 83 16,776 | The matrimonial covenant, established by the Creator and~ordered 84 16,785 | is celebrated, it must be established that nothing~stands in the 85 16,802 | legitimately and certainly established.~ 86 16,810 | after common life has been established; (2) from~notorious or public 87 16,831 | marriage: ~(1) after he has established the domicile, quasi-domicile, 88 16,838 | to be observed are~those established in the particular law of 89 16,855 | extra-judicial~process it is established that it cannot be done or 90 16,864 | iuris other reasons can be established according to the customs 91 16,864 | be restored, unless it is~established otherwise by competent authority.~ 92 16,868 | unless it~is expressly established otherwise by common law.~ 93 16,870 | something else is expressly established by common law.~ 94 16,882 | abstinence in the manner established by the particular law of 95 16,884 | Mother of God, whom~Christ established as the Mother of the human 96 16,886 | in~the manner and order established by the particular law of 97 16,895 | before the Church in cases established~by law, otherwise it produces 98 17,899 | order according to the norms established by the competent authority; 99 19,921 | other institutes expressly established as such in common law are 100 19,929 | distinct juridic person is established for the separated part, 101 20,948 | norm of~law it has been established that recourse was made within 102 20,976 | be enforced only if it is established by the declaration of a 103 21,990 | proceed according to the established~prescription of collegial 104 23,1013| on taxes~and offerings be established.~ 105 23,1036| minimum and the maximum established~by the synod of bishops 106 23,1036| goods exceeds the maximum established by the synod of bishops 107 23,1036| goods exceeds the sum it established~or approved or in the case 108 23,1037| minimum and maximum amount established by the synod of bishops 109 23,1037| double the maximum amount~established by the synod of bishops 110 23,1047| spiritual or~temporal, and established as a juridic person by competent~ 111 23,1048| consent until he has lawfully established~that the juridic person 112 23,1052| the offerings~legitimately established in the eparchy, for as long 113 24,1056| tribunals must follow the norms established by that dicastery.~ 114 24,1063| provinces have not been established. 4. This tribunal is competent 115 24,1067| This tribunal should be established if~each of the eparchial 116 24,1067| this tribunal is to~be established by the synod of bishops 117 24,1067| such a tribunal has been established,~a collegiate eparchial 118 24,1067| eparchial tribunal cannot be established validly. ~4. The group of 119 24,1067| however, the tribunal was established by the synod of bishops 120 24,1084| collegiate tribunal~cannot be established for a trial of first instance, 121 25,1194| delegated~judge is firmly established so that it does not expire 122 25,1211| prove a fact which is to be established~beyond doubt for the sake 123 25,1265| presumptions~which are not established by the law itself as long 124 25,1291| of the petitioner is not established,~and is to dismiss the respondent 125 25,1302| nullity of acts which~are established by positive law and which, 126 26,1388| unless something else is established by particular law~approved 127 27,1405| penalties to the penalties established in common law for a~certain 128 27,1405| however, common law has established an indeterminate or facultative 129 27,1415| must~mitigate the penalty established in law or precept, as long 130 27,1418| not held by the penalty~established for the consummated offense, 131 27,1423| to others the penalties established in common law~except with 132 27,1464| another penalty has been established in law or precept for such 133 29,1518| within the period of time established by the authority itself.~ 134 29,1528| The norms for rescripts established in the canons also apply~ 135 30 | obligations, unless otherwise established~by common law.~


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