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    Title, Canon
1 3,42 | a similar way the Roman Pontiff, successor of Peter, and 2 3,44 | Canon 44~1. The Roman Pontiff obtains full and supreme 3 3,44 | should happen that the Roman Pontiff resigns his office (munus), 4 3,45 | Canon 45~1. The Roman Pontiff, by virtue of his office ( 5 3,45 | safeguarded. 2. The Roman Pontiff, in fulfilling the~office ( 6 3,45 | sentence or decree of the Roman Pontiff.~ 7 3,46 | office (munus) the Roman Pontiff is assisted by the bishops 8 3,46 | established by the Roman Pontiff himself. 2. ~The participation 9 3,46 | established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 10 3,48 | applies not~only to the Roman Pontiff but also, unless it is otherwise 11 3,49 | whose head is the Roman Pontiff and whose~members are the 12 3,50 | freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff so~that a truly collegial 13 3,50 | 3. It is for the Roman~Pontiff, in keeping with the needs 14 3,51 | 51~1. It is for the Roman Pontiff alone to convoke an ecumenical~ 15 3,51 | It is for the same Roman Pontiff to determine matters to 16 3,51 | questions proposed by the Roman Pontiff~the fathers of a council 17 3,51 | approved~by the same Roman Pontiff.~ 18 3,53 | itself until a new Roman~Pontiff orders it to be continued 19 3,54 | are approved by the Roman Pontiff together with~the fathers 20 3,54 | are confirmed by the Roman Pontiff~and promulgated at his order. 21 3,54 | freely~accepted by the Roman Pontiff, in order for its decrees 22 4,57 | the assent of the Roman Pontiff.~ 23 4,58 | established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 24 4,61 | prior assent of the Roman Pontiff.~ 25 4,72 | matter devolves to the Roman Pontiff.~ 26 4,76 | Church notifies the Roman Pontiff as soon as possible~about 27 4,76 | communion from the Roman Pontiff~by means of a letter signed 28 4,77 | communion from the Roman Pontiff.~ 29 4,78 | law approved by the Roman~Pontiff establishes otherwise.~ 30 4,81 | Canon 81~Acts of the Roman Pontiff for the patriarchal Church 31 4,85 | or defer it to the Roman Pontiff. 3. With the consent~of 32 4,86 | are~appointed by the Roman Pontiff outside the territorial 33 4,88 | deferring them to the~Roman Pontiff at any time.~ 34 4,91 | praises after the Roman Pontiff by all the bishops and~other 35 4,92 | communion with the~Roman Pontiff, successor of Saint Peter, 36 4,92 | commemoration~of the Roman Pontiff as a sign of full communion 37 4,92 | patriarch to visit~the Roman Pontiff and, according to the norms 38 4,95 | the matter to the Roman Pontiff.~ 39 4,98 | prior assent of the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch~can enter 40 4,98 | the approval of the Roman Pontiff.~ 41 4,111 | to be sent to the Roman~Pontiff as soon as possible; certain 42 4,126 | consulted with the Roman Pontiff, unless the patriarch approaches 43 4,126 | patriarch approaches the Roman Pontiff directly.~ 44 4,128 | immediately~to inform the Roman Pontiff and all the bishops of the 45 4,128 | instruction of~the Roman Pontiff, if one is given, for the 46 4,132 | governance is to notify the Roman~Pontiff as soon as possible of the 47 4,146 | boundaries to the Roman Pontiff,~who solely can authentically 48 4,149 | propose them to the Roman Pontiff for appointment; secrecy~ 49 5,153 | Church must notify the Roman~Pontiff through a synodal letter 50 5,153 | election~from the Roman Pontiff. 3. After having obtained 51 5,153 | established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 52 6,155 | is appointed by the Roman~Pontiff and assisted by a council 53 6,156 | the pallium from the Roman~Pontiff, which is a sign of his 54 6,156 | sui iuris with the Roman Pontiff. 2. Prior to the imposition 55 6,159 | established by the Roman Pontiff, the metropolitan~is competent: ( 56 6,159 | communicate the acts of the Roman~Pontiff to the eparchial bishops 57 6,161 | commemorated after the Roman Pontiff by~all the bishops and other 58 6,162 | commemoration of the Roman Pontiff, and see~that it is done 59 6,163 | metropolitan to visit the Roman~Pontiff frequently; he must make 60 6,173 | possible~notifies the Roman Pontiff of the vacancy of the metropolitan~ 61 6,174 | established by the Roman Pontiff.~ 62 7,181 | are appointed by the Roman Pontiff without prejudice to~cann. 63 7,182 | law approved by~the Roman Pontiff states otherwise, the synod 64 7,182 | the assent of the Roman Pontiff. 4. The assent of the Roman~ 65 7,182 | The assent of the Roman~Pontiff once given for an individual 66 7,184 | candidates which the~Roman Pontiff has already approved, he 67 7,185 | the approval of the Roman~Pontiff, secrecy being observed 68 7,185 | the approval of the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch secretly 69 7,187 | of obedience to the Roman Pontiff and, in~patriarchal Churches, 70 7,204 | the matter to the Roman Pontiff. In other cases~this is 71 7,209 | must commemorate the Roman Pontiff~before all as a sign of 72 7,210 | is submitted to the Roman Pontiff; further, if~the bishop 73 7,220 | patriarchal~Church or by the Roman Pontiff; (3) the patriarch is to 74 7,234 | sometimes entrusted by the Roman Pontiff to an apostolic administrator 75 8,316 | in the name of~the Roman Pontiff or the patriarch, recourse 76 8,318 | exarch appointed by the~Roman Pontiff must present the same report 77 9,322 | been approved by the Roman~Pontiff himself. 4. Each and every 78 10,370 | and~obedience to the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch and the eparchial~ 79 10,396 | granted only by the Roman Pontiff.~ 80 12,412 | are subject to the Roman Pontiff as their~supreme superior, 81 12,412 | the~apostolate, the Roman Pontiff can by reason of his primacy 82 12,429 | patriarch, legate of the Roman Pontiff, and the Apostolic See, 83 12,431 | obedience only to the Roman Pontiff;~(2) however, having fulfilled 84 12,438 | suspensive recourse to the Roman~Pontiff. 2. Other monasteries sui 85 12,440 | suspensive recourse to the Roman Pontiff; the suppression of other~ 86 12,555 | are subject to the Roman Pontiff~as their supreme superior, 87 12,564 | are subject to the Roman~Pontiff as their supreme superior, 88 14,585 | the guidance of the Roman Pontiff. 2. The synod of bishops 89 15,597 | Canon 597~1. The Roman Pontiff, in virtue of his office, 90 15,597 | together with that same Roman~Pontiff in their capacity as authentic 91 15,599 | or morals~which the Roman Pontiff or the college of bishops 92 16,745 | norm of law to~the Roman Pontiff, patriarch or metropolitan, 93 16,862 | be dissolved by the Roman Pontiff~for a just cause, with both 94 17,898 | 898~1. Besides the Roman Pontiff, the patriarch with the 95 17,899 | the consent of the Roman Pontiff, head of the college~of 96 21,984 | 984~1. Besides the Roman Pontiff, a hierarch is understood 97 21,984 | law. 2. Besides the Roman Pontiff, local hierarchs are the 98 22,996 | those issued by~the Roman Pontiff or an ecumenical council.~ 99 22,1006| except by appeal to the Roman Pontiff~himself.~ ~ 100 23,1008| Canon 1008~1. The Roman Pontiff is the supreme administrator 101 23,1008| supreme authority of~the Roman Pontiff, ownership of temporal goods 102 24,1057| determined by the Roman Pontiff are~to be observed.~ 103 24,1058| Canon 1058~The Roman Pontiff is judged by no one.~ 104 24,1059| the primacy of the Roman Pontiff, anyone of the~Christian 105 24,1059| judgment before the Roman Pontiff; since he is the~supreme 106 24,1059| recourse made to the Roman~Pontiff, however, does not suspend 107 24,1059| is evident that the Roman~Pontiff has called the case to himself.~ 108 24,1060| Canon 1060~1. The Roman Pontiff himself alone has the right 109 24,1060| designated by the Roman Pontiff with due~regard for can. 110 24,1060| confirmed by the Roman~Pontiff without his prior mandate.~ 111 24,1061| authority below the Roman Pontiff, are to be judged before 112 24,1064| authority below the~Roman Pontiff, the appeal is to be made 113 25,1310| a sentence of the Roman~Pontiff himself or of the Apostolic 114 27,1408| to the right of~the Roman Pontiff or an Ecumenical Council 115 27,1423| to the right of the Roman Pontiff to reserve to himself or 116 27,1436| as erroneous by the Roman Pontiff or the~college of bishops 117 27,1445| patriarch, or even the Roman Pontiff, the guilty party is to 118 27,1445| is reserved to the Roman Pontiff himself. 2. One who did 119 27,1447| indeed against the Roman Pontiff. 2. One who~has obstructed


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