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1 2,29 | parents, the child~is to be a member of the Church sui iuris 2 4,89 | bishop or, in the case of a member of a religious institute 3 4,105 | Canon 105~No member of the synod of bishops 4 4,114 | or, if it is a case of a member of a religious institute 5 4,116 | permanent synod, the senior member of the synod according to 6 4,116 | certain bishop who is a member of the same synod~or affects 7 4,122 | finance officer should be a member of the Christian faithful 8 4,143 | indeed, if it~is a case of a member of a religious institute 9 4,143 | religious institute or a member of a~society of the common 10 7,262 | finance officer who is to be a member of the Christian~faithful 11 7,263 | is, by the law~itself, a member of the finance council. 12 7,284 | To entrust a parish to a~member of religious institute or 13 7,284 | unless: (1) it concerns a member of a religious~institute 14 7,301 | pastor, or if it concerns a member of a religious institute 15 7,303 | the parochial vicar is a member of a religious institute 16 7,310 | rector of the church is a member of a religious~institute 17 12,428 | Canon 428~A member in perpetual vows is enrolled 18 12,456 | direction of a suitable member. 2. In order that the novitiate~ 19 12,458 | norms of the typicon to a member~distinguished by prudence, 20 12,468 | whatsoever which accrue to the member after perpetual profession 21 12,468 | and obligations which the member incurred after final profession~ 22 12,468 | superior. If, however, the member incurred debts without permission 23 12,468 | permission of the superior, the member must~be held responsible. 24 12,469 | perpetual profession, a member loses by the law itself 25 12,470 | been made,~signed by the member and by the one who received 26 12,481 | Canon 481~A hermit is a member of a monastery sui iuris 27 12,482 | it is necessary that~the member has obtained the permission 28 12,482 | monastery sui iuris to which the member belongs, given with the~ 29 12,487 | Canon 487~1. A member cannot transfer from one 30 12,488 | sui~iuris from which the member transferred keeps the goods 31 12,488 | because of or through the member. In~respect to a dowry, 32 12,489 | can be granted only to a member~of a monastery sui iuris 33 12,489 | perpetual vows. When this~member petitions, the indult can 34 12,491 | Canon 491~The exclaustrated member remains bound by the vows 35 12,491 | his or her condition; the member must put off the monastic 36 12,492 | The perpetually professed member shall not request the indult 37 12,493 | and communicated to the member carries with it by the law 38 12,493 | it was repudiated~by the member at the moment of notification, 39 12,493 | in sacred orders. 2. If a member who had left a~monastery 40 12,495 | Canon 495~A member who, after making profession, 41 12,497 | Canon 497~1. A member shall be held dismissed 42 12,498 | Canon 498~1. A member who is the cause of very 43 12,498 | monastery is subject. 3. A member~expelled from the monastery 44 12,499 | Canon 499~A member can be dismissed during 45 12,500 | a perpetually professed member, with~due regard for can. 46 12,500 | presented in writing to the member, granting the member, after~ 47 12,500 | the member, granting the member, after~each warning, full 48 12,500 | written responses of the member, shall be attached to the 49 12,501 | possible to the interested member. 2. The member can, within~ 50 12,501 | interested member. 2. The member can, within~ten days, either 51 12,501 | Apostolic See, or, if it is a member who has domicile within 52 12,502 | the law itself; and if the member had been promoted~to a sacred 53 12,503 | evangelical charity toward a member who is being~separated from 54 12,512 | and houses, but even~every member can freely send his or her 55 12,513 | Canon 513~1. In order for a member to be appointed or elected 56 12,518 | special care of an experienced member.~ 57 12,522 | direction of an experienced member who takes the place~of the 58 12,524 | the director shall be a member who is professed at least 59 12,528 | A temporarily professed member is held by the same obligation 60 12,529 | profession does not deprive~the member of the ownership of one' 61 12,529 | other ones. However, the member is not permitted~gratuitously 62 12,529 | life. 3. But whatever the member in temporary vows acquires 63 12,529 | it is presumed that~the member acquires in respect to the 64 12,529 | ceases to have force at the member's departure from the order 65 12,529 | debts and obligations, that member must be responsible for 66 12,530 | perpetual profession the member~shall freely make a last 67 12,531 | By perpetual profession member assume definitively the 68 12,534 | a perpetually professed member at the member's own request~ 69 12,534 | professed member at the member's own request~to make a 70 12,534 | opportune, the obligation for a member to renounce his or her patrimony, 71 12,535 | signed by the professed member and~by the one who received 72 12,543 | Canon 543~A member of an order or congregation 73 12,544 | the patriarchal Church~a member can validly transfer to 74 12,544 | wishes to transfer, or,~if a member wants to transfer to a monastery, 75 12,544 | monastery, of the synaxis. 2. A member can validly transfer~from 76 12,544 | synaxis. 3. In other cases the member cannot~validly transfer 77 12,545 | particular obligations which~the member had in the previous order 78 12,545 | held~suspended, and the member is bound by the obligation 79 12,545 | she transferred. 3. If the member does not make~the profession 80 12,545 | or she~transferred, that member must return to the previous 81 12,547 | for a~just cause exclude a member in temporary vows from the 82 12,547 | judgment of experts renders a member in~temporary vows incapable 83 12,547 | institute. 3. However, if the member becomes insane during~temporary 84 12,547 | during~temporary vows, that member cannot be dismissed from 85 12,549 | A perpetually professed member shall not ask for the indult~ 86 12,549 | most grave reasons. Such a member shall submit a~petition 87 12,549 | the eparchy in which~the member is domiciled, if it is the 88 12,549 | 493; but with respect to a member who is in a sacred order, 89 12,550 | Canon 550~A member, who is unlawfully absent 90 12,551 | the council, can expel a member, notifying at once the major~ 91 12,552 | A temporarily professed member can be dismissed by the 92 12,552 | and on~the part of the member, external and imputable; ( 93 12,552 | always made known to the member, granting the member~full 94 12,552 | the member, granting the member~full opportunity of defence, 95 12,553 | a perpetually professed member; in other cases, cann. 500- 96 12,560 | perpetually incorporated member is enrolled as a cleric 97 12,562 | the Apostolic See. 2. A member who moves~to another religious 98 12,562 | 498, in~order to dismiss a member after perpetual incorporation, 99 12,562 | temporarily incorporated member is to be dismissed in accordance~ 100 12,565 | Canon 565~A member of a secular institute is 101 12,568 | perpetually incorporated member of a secular institute is 102 15,660 | and reasonable cause, no member of the~Christian faithful 103 16,677 | impeded, by another cleric, a member of an institute of consecrated 104 16,721 | Canon 721~1. For a member of the Christian faithful 105 16,781 | the parties is a baptized member of an Eastern non-Catholic~ 106 16,789 | person did not become a member~of a non-Catholic Church 107 17,897 | Canon 897~A member of the Christian faithful 108 18,904 | there~should be at least one member of the Christian faithful 109 19,925 | Canon 925~If even one member of a collegial juridic person 110 19,925 | aggregated~devolves upon that one member.~ 111 20,948 | be communicated to each member personally, is valid if 112 20,951 | permitted to vote who is not a member of the group,~or else the 113 23,1046| committed in trust to a member~of a religious institute 114 24,1069| governance, or between a~member and a juridic person of 115 26,1391| 2. The pastor who is a member of a religious institute 116 27,1445| another cleric, religious, member of a society of common~life 117 27,1454| hierarch,~cleric, religious, member of a society of common life 118 27,1465| has presumed to induce any member of the Christian~faithful 119 27,1466| 1466~A cleric, religious or member of a society of common life


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