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catechumenate 3
catechumens 5
cathedral 4
catholic 111
catholicity 1
catholics 3
cause 71
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119 such
115 required
113 manner
111 catholic
111 either
111 observed
110 juridic

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catholic

    Title, Canon
1 Prel,1 | all and solely the Eastern~Catholic Churches, unless, with regard 2 1,7 | this world, subsists in the Catholic Church,~governed by the 3 1,8 | full communion with the Catholic Church on this earth are~ 4 1,19 | undertaking shall assume the name~"Catholic" unless the consent of competent 5 2,29 | Church sui iuris of the~Catholic father; or the Church sui 6 2,29 | mother if only~the mother is Catholic or if both parents by agreement 7 2,29 | for his education in the Catholic faith.~ 8 2,34 | 34~If the parents, or the Catholic spouse in the case of a 9 2,35 | full communion with the Catholic Church should retain and 10 2,39 | unity in diversity of the Catholic faith, are~to be religiously 11 4,143 | sui~iuris; (4) rectors of Catholic universities and of ecclesiastical 12 7,177 | in which the one, holy, catholic and~apostolic Church of 13 7,205 | entire eparchy. 2. Persons, Catholic institutions, sacred things 14 7,293 | baptized and non-baptized, Catholic and non-Catholic, a truly 15 7,293 | out those baptized in the Catholic Church~who have absented 16 9,322 | full communion with~the Catholic Church. The statutes, to 17 10,348 | hierarchy of the truths of Catholic doctrine,~the relationship 18 10,350 | students deeply penetrate Catholic doctrine drawn from divine 19 12,497 | has publicly rejected the Catholic faith;~(2) has celebrated 20 13,580 | has publicly rejected the Catholic faith, or has publicly~abandoned 21 13,580 | abandoned communion with the Catholic Church, or has been punished 22 15,598 | believed with divine and catholic faith; it is manifested~ 23 15,625 | that the proper nature of Catholic catechesis~is safeguarded.~ 24 15,628 | the duty to care for their Catholic education together~with 25 15,631 | various means of education the Catholic school is~to be fostered 26 15,632 | school is not considered Catholic in law unless it was established 27 15,633 | should send their children to Catholic schools,~other things being 28 15,634 | Canon 634~1. The Catholic school has a particular 29 15,634 | faith. 2. It is up to~the Catholic school to adapt these things 30 15,634 | are non-Catholics. ~3. A Catholic school, no less than other 31 15,635 | bishop is to see to it that Catholic schools are~established 32 15,636 | approve the teachers of Catholic religion as well as to remove 33 15,637 | In those schools in which Catholic instruction is lacking or, 34 15,637 | bishop, is deficient, true Catholic~formation must be supplied 35 15,637 | be supplied for all the Catholic students.~ 36 15,638 | right of visiting all the Catholic schools in his eparchy, 37 15,639 | on the teachers whether a Catholic school~achieves its purpose 38 15,640 | Canon 640~1. The Catholic university aims at making 39 15,640 | education or autonomous Catholic faculties having the same 40 15,640 | object are~equivalent to Catholic universities, however ecclesiastical 41 15,641 | Canon 641~In Catholic universities each field 42 15,642 | Canon 642~1. A Catholic university is an institute 43 15,643 | Canon 643~In Catholic universities in which there 44 15,644 | regarding faith and morals in Catholic~universities must possess 45 15,645 | consultation, for hostels and Catholic university centers for other~ 46 15,647 | disciplines according to~Catholic doctrine and to prepare 47 15,653 | and the like dealing~with Catholic doctrine or morals.~ 48 15,660 | accustomed to attack openly the Catholic religion~or good morals; 49 15,661 | free from errors regarding Catholic faith and morals. 2. Approval 50 15,664 | partiality but in accordance with Catholic doctrine as proposed by 51 15,665 | churches and directors of Catholic schools have to take care 52 16,670 | degree of communion with the Catholic Church, are established 53 16,670 | bishop can grant the use of a Catholic building or cemetery~or 54 16,671 | Canon 671~1. Catholic ministers licitly administer 55 16,671 | administer the sacraments only to~Catholic Christian faithful, who, 56 16,671 | the~sacraments only from Catholic ministers. 2. If necessity 57 16,671 | avoided, it is permitted for Catholic Christian faithful, for 58 16,671 | impossible to approach a Catholic minister, to receive~the 59 16,671 | sacraments are valid. 3. Likewise Catholic ministers licitly administer 60 16,671 | full communion with the Catholic Church, if they ask for~ 61 16,671 | the council of hierarchs, Catholic ministers licitly administer 62 16,671 | full communion with the Catholic Church,~who cannot approach 63 16,671 | consonant with that of the Catholic Church concerning~these 64 16,681 | will be educated in~the Catholic Church, with due regard 65 16,681 | 4. An infant either of Catholic parents or even of~non-Catholics, 66 16,685 | Eucharist; (2) belong to the Catholic Church, with due regard 67 16,685 | at the same time with a Catholic sponsor.~ 68 16,702 | Canon 702~Catholic priests are forbidden to 69 16,705 | Canon 705~1. A Catholic priest can celebrate the 70 16,705 | Liturgy on the~altar of any Catholic church. 2. In order for 71 16,780 | Even if only one party is Catholic, the marriage of Catholics 72 16,780 | law, marriage between a Catholic and a baptized non-Catholic 73 16,783 | strongly recommended~to the Catholic parties that they receive 74 16,789 | has publicly rejected~the Catholic faith, even if that person 75 16,796 | blessing the marriage and~the Catholic priest mentioned in can 76 16,813 | persons, one of whom is Catholic~and the other of whom is 77 16,814 | conditions are~fulfilled: (1) the Catholic party declares that he or 78 16,814 | baptized and educated in the Catholic Church; (2) ~the other party 79 16,814 | these~promises which the Catholic party has to make, so that 80 16,814 | promise and~obligation of the Catholic party; (3) both parties 81 16,816 | are to see to it that~the Catholic spouse and the children 82 16,833 | hierarch can give to any Catholic priest the faculty of blessing 83 16,833 | blesses~the marriage, the Catholic priest, if he is able, is 84 16,834 | marriage was baptized in the Catholic Church or was received into~ 85 16,834 | into~it. 2. If, however, a Catholic party enrolled in some Eastern~ 86 16,839 | forbidden in which both the Catholic priest and non-Catholic 87 16,857 | celebrating a new marriage~with a Catholic party if: (1) the other 88 16,859 | received baptism in the Catholic~Church, if it is difficult 89 16,860 | received baptism in the Catholic Church, cannot restore cohabitation 90 17 | Full Communion with the~Catholic Church~ 91 17,896 | full communion with the~Catholic Church.~ 92 17,897 | to be received into the Catholic Church with only the~profession 93 17,897 | only the~profession of the Catholic faith, after doctrinal and 94 17,898 | non-Catholic Church into the Catholic Church. 2. The right of~ 95 17,898 | receiving anyone else into the Catholic Church pertains to the~hierarch 96 17,898 | individual~lay persons into the Catholic Church belongs also to the 97 17,899 | full~communion with the Catholic Church can exercise his 98 17,901 | Church, are received into the Catholic Church, the norms given 99 18,903 | Canon 903~The Eastern Catholic Churches have a special 100 18,906 | taught and handed down by the Catholic Church and other~Churches 101 18,906 | teachers or as~directors to Catholic schools and especially in 102 18,907 | hospitals and other similar Catholic institutions are to see 103 18,908 | it is~desirable that the Catholic faithful, undertake any 104 20,953 | has~publicly rejected the Catholic faith, or has publicly defected~ 105 20,953 | from communion with the Catholic Church. 2. If one of the~ 106 20,976 | publicly defected from the Catholic faith or from the communion 107 20,976 | from the communion of the~Catholic Church; (3) a cleric who 108 24,1059| supreme judge for the entire Catholic world and he acts either~ 109 24,1141| the advocate~must be a Catholic unless the authority to 110 27,1436| believed with divine~and catholic faith, or who calls it into 111 29,1490| bind those baptized in the Catholic~Church or received into


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