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    Title, Canon
1 2,40 | Christians. 2. Other~clerics and members of institutes of consecrated 2 3,49 | Roman Pontiff and whose~members are the bishops by virtue 3 3,49 | communion with the head and members of the college,~and in which 4 3,52 | only the bishops~who are members of the college of bishops 5 4,66 | a patriarch all and only members of the~synod of bishops 6 4,66 | for anyone other than the members of the~synod of bishops 7 4,82 | other clerics as well as members~of institutes of consecrated 8 4,100 | convening of the episcopal members of the permanent synod, 9 4,106 | at least one-third of the members request it for a given matter, 10 4,108 | it. 2. After hearing~the members of the synod of bishops 11 4,108 | at least one-third of the members~present at the synod consent.~ 12 4,115 | alternately for the~impeded members of the permanent synod.~ 13 4,116 | presides, after the number of members~has been restored to five 14 4,117 | president and all other members of the synod who were present~ 15 4,118 | if at least one of the members expressly requests it.~ 16 4,127 | among~the bishops who are members of the permanent synod.~ 17 4,143 | from among~the religious or members of societies of common life 18 4,144 | drawn up and send to~the members of the assembly at an opportune 19 6,164 | acceptable to the majority of~the members of the council of hierarchs. 20 6,165 | impediment. ~3. No one of the members from the council of hierarchs 21 6,168 | to compile the list, the members of the council of hierarchs, 22 7,182 | can be proposed only~by members of the synod of bishops 23 7,182 | transmits the matter to all~the members of the synod. 3. Unless 24 7,186 | majority of the votes of the members of the synod in this one~ 25 7,205 | eparchial bishop can visit members of religious~institutes 26 7,221 | majority of the votes of the members of this same college is 27 7,238 | if he is impeded; (7) the members of the presbyteral council 28 7,238 | exceed one-third of the members of the eparchial~assembly. 29 7,263 | the~finance council; the members of the council have only 30 7,266 | appropriate portion of the members are to be elected by the 31 7,266 | statutes, must be ex officio members who belong to the council 32 7,266 | to freely appoint~other members.~ 33 7,267 | Canon 267~1. In electing the members of the presbyteral council 34 7,268 | 268~The manner of electing members to the presbyteral council 35 7,269 | to receive proposals from members. ~2. The eparchial bishop 36 7,270 | Canon 270~1. The members of the presbyteral council 37 7,271 | college is~established. 3. The members of the college of eparchial 38 7,271 | is no minimum number of members of the college, the~eparchial 39 7,271 | college by appointment of new~members, otherwise the college cannot 40 7,271 | cannot act validly. 4. The members of the college of eparchial 41 7,271 | of their appointment, are members of the presbyteral council. 42 7,273 | of clerics, religious or members of societies of common~life 43 7,282 | rights~and obligations of the members of the same institute or 44 7,289 | not~only the assistance of members of religious institutes 45 7,289 | life both in individual members of the Christian faithful 46 8,319 | council of not less than~three members, from the more prudent presbyters, 47 8,319 | presbyters, chosen from~among the members of the presbyteral council 48 9,322 | least two-thirds of~those members enjoying deliberative vote 49 11,405 | of action between the lay members of different~Churches sui 50 11,408 | whether individually or as members of various councils and 51 12 | Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes~of Consecrated 52 12,416 | apostolate exercised by the~members may be carried out in common 53 12,420 | legitimately impeded. 2. The members shall trust the visitator, 54 12,420 | the right~to divert the members from this obligation by 55 12,421 | obligation to take care that the~members committed to them conduct 56 12,421 | superiors shall help the members~by example and exhortation 57 12,422 | houses of less than six members a council shall be established 58 12,433 | religious house in which the members strive~toward evangelical 59 12,445 | Canon 445~Members of the synaxis of election 60 12,471 | The manner of formation of members is to be determined in~the 61 12,472 | for sacred orders to his members, after they have made perpetual 62 12,473 | shall take care~that all members, in accordance with the 63 12,474 | Canon 474~1. The members of monasteries shall receive 64 12,474 | certain confessors, all members of the monastery can without~ 65 12,475 | accordance with the number of members,~several spiritual fathers 66 12,476 | Canon 476~Members of the monastery, whether 67 12,478 | monastery may permit that members stay outside the monastery 68 12,486 | toward the monastery, the members assigned to it, as well~ 69 12,495 | must~solicitously seek such members out and receive them back 70 12,500 | validity of at least five members, including the presiding~ 71 12,504 | ecclesiastical~authority in which the members, although they are not monks, 72 12,504 | ecclesiastical~authority in which the members make the three public vows 73 12,514 | norms of the statutes that members shall not stay for too long~ 74 12,536 | The manner of formation of members according to the norm of~ 75 12,536 | 2. The formation of the members who are destined for sacred 76 12,536 | according to can. 340,~1, the members must be instructed, under 77 12,537 | to perpetually professed~members. 2. The bishop to whom the 78 12,538 | shall see to it that all members fulfill in accordance with 79 12,538 | prescribed~in can. 473, 2. 3. Members of orders and congregations~ 80 12,539 | confessors are~available to the members. 2. The confessors in clerical 81 12,540 | respect to the habit of the members the prescriptions of the~ 82 12,542 | that they provide willingly members~designated by them, especially 83 12,549 | patriarch with~respect to all members who have domicile within 84 12,551 | expulsion shall apply to all members of orders and congregations. ~ 85 12,554 | An institute in which the members profess the evangelical~ 86 12,554 | Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members of~these societies are equivalent 87 12,555 | Canon 555~All members of these societies are subject 88 12,558 | 425, and 516. 3. Whatever members~acquire in respect to the 89 12,558 | society;~other property the members retain, acquire and administer 90 12,559 | respect to the formation~of members, but in respect to the formation 91 12,559 | respect to the formation of members who are~destined for holy 92 12,560 | perpetually incorporated members; these letters are to be 93 12,561 | Canon 561~The members of a society are bound by 94 12,563 | is a society in which the members: (1) ~strive to dedicate 95 12,564 | Canon 564~The members of the secular institutes 96 12,572 | of apostolic life, whose members without religious vows~pursue 97 13,578 | 578~1. The reception of members is to be done in accordance 98 13,578 | several associations. 3. ~Members of religious institutes 99 13,579 | faithful can enroll its members~as clerics without a special 100 15,600 | communion with the head and members of the~college, whether 101 15,619 | catechetical formation of their~members and their integration in 102 15,620 | religious~formation of their members under the guidance of the 103 15,624 | assistance to the pastors; members of~religious institutes, 104 15,660 | good morals; clerics and members of religious institutes 105 15,662 | religious and moral topics, members~of religious institutes 106 16,723 | the same faculty for the members of his own institute and~ 107 19,913 | Canon 913~Members of religious institutes 108 19,926 | which does not have any members~left, must be safeguarded, 109 19,926 | of law, the enrollment of members of this juridic person~can 110 19,926 | to be observed if those members who~still exist are by law 111 20,972 | for the norms concerning members of religious institutes~ 112 21,979 | divine institution. 2. Other members of~the Christian faithful 113 24,1062| term, and~from among its members, a general moderator for 114 24,1068| to designate~one of their members who has the powers which 115 24,1087| ordination, can permit other members~of the Christian faithful 116 24,1089| of two assessors who are~members of the Christian faithful 117 24,1093| for the~office of auditor members of the Christian faithful 118 24,1099| defender~of the bond are to be members of the Christian faithful 119 24,1172| suspension or deposition; (3) members of institutes of consecrated 120 27,1429| clerics and religious or members of a~society of common life


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