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    Title, Canon
1 1,7 | people of God; for~this reason, since they have become 2 2,40 | changes~in it except by reason of its organic progress, 3 2,41 | another Church sui iuris by reason of their office, ministry,~ 4 4,55 | in the Church; for this reason a special~honor is to be 5 4,57 | except for a most~grave reason and with the consent of 6 4,59 | times, are all equal by reason of patriarchal dignity with 7 4,85 | Canon 85~1. For a serious reason, with the consent of the 8 4,85 | and 212; (2) for a grave reason, to transfer~a metropolitan, 9 4,90 | Canon 90~For a serious reason, after having consulted 10 4,93 | it except for a canonical reason.~ 11 4,109 | unless it is for a just reason approved by the~synod.~ 12 4,121 | Canon 121~If for a serious reason in the judgment of the synod 13 4,121 | synod for as long as the reason~continues.~ 14 4,132 | is impeded for whatever reason so~that the patriarch cannot 15 6,165 | leave unless for a just reason approved by the president~ 16 7,193 | the patriarchs, for any reason whatever, disagree, the 17 7,210 | health or to another serious reason,~has become less able to 18 7,271 | twelve in number;~if, for any reason whatever, within the determined 19 7,289 | Christian life; for which reason he is to make himself readily 20 7,292 | Unless~there is a serious reason to the contrary, the pastor 21 7,296 | the Christian faithful by reason of~marriage, with due regard 22 8,319 | council, equitably adjusted~by reason of places and persons in 23 10,342 | especially concerning the reason for dismissal or departure.~ 24 10,362 | Canon 362~1. For a just reason a cleric can be recalled 25 12,412 | the Roman Pontiff can by reason of his primacy over~the 26 12,438 | stauropegial one, for a grave reason, with the consent of the 27 12,454 | the monastery for whatever reason.~ 28 12,477 | instances and for a grave reason, into parts subject to the 29 12,478 | one year, unless it is for~reason of study or illness, the 30 12,486 | patriarch can for a grave reason, having consulted the~eparchial 31 12,496 | the~monastery for a grave reason and return to the world, 32 12,500 | unless the nature of the reason for dismissal precludes 33 12,546 | vows, requests for a grave reason~to leave the order or congregation, 34 12,547 | institute, constitutes a reason for not admitting that person 35 15,614 | only omitted for a grave reason. 3. A pastor cannot~habitually 36 15,614 | pastoral care except for a just reason approved by the local hierarch. 37 15,633 | Christian faithful, for a grave reason, to attend a particular 38 15,641 | convergence of faith and reason in the one truth may~be 39 15,644 | this mandate for a serious reason especially if~the teachers 40 16,670 | observing those~things which, by reason of the degree of communion 41 16,677 | permission, for a serious reason is lawfully presumed. 2. 42 16,681 | Those who lack the use of reason from infancy are to be baptized~ 43 16,681 | or she reaches the use of reason, is~licitly baptized. 5. 44 16,711 | Eucharist unless a serious~reason is present and there is 45 16,726 | revoked except for a serious reason. 2. If this faculty~is revoked 46 16,733 | betraying the penitent for any reason. 2. The obligation~of observing 47 16,735 | of souls is committed by reason of an~office are obliged 48 16,740 | consciousness or~the use of reason, are presumed to want this 49 16,756 | in any way for whatever reason to force someone to receive 50 16,792 | unless for a most serious reason, after taking the counsel 51 16,801 | impotence is doubtful,~either by reason of doubt of law or of a 52 16,802 | invalid or~dissolved for any reason, it is not licit to celebrate 53 16,814 | Canon 814~For a just reason the local hierarch can grant 54 16,818 | lack the~sufficient use of reason; (2) who suffer from grave 55 16,827 | was entered invalidly by reason of an impediment or defect 56 16,835 | except for a most grave reason.~ 57 16,840 | for a serious and urgent reason and also includes the~grave 58 16,840 | curia unless~a most grave reason prevents it.~ 59 16,849 | granted except for a grave reason~and unless it is probable 60 16,855 | local hierarch for a serious reason~can permit the interrogation 61 16,858 | Canon 858~For a serious reason the local hierarch can permit 62 16,864 | In all cases, when the reason for the separation ceases, 63 16,889 | have the suitable use of reason~are capable of making a 64 16,893 | a private vow for a~just reason provided the dispensation 65 19,909 | presumed to have the use of reason. 3. ~Whoever habitually 66 19,909 | habitually lacks the use of reason is held to be incompetent ( 67 19,914 | domicile or quasi-domicile by reason of some just~cause.~ 68 19,915 | care of another,~for some reason other than minority, has 69 19,927 | suppressed only for a serious reason, after its moderators have 70 19,934 | consensus, unless~there be a reason which, in the superior's 71 20,965 | person who loses an office by reason of age determined by law 72 23,1028| householder. 2. ~For this reason he especially must: (1) 73 23,1035| piety, charity or a pastoral~reason; (2) a written expert valuation 74 23,1036| donated to~the Church by reason of a vow.~ 75 23,1037| things given to the~Church by reason of a vow.~ 76 23,1042| business transaction by reason of~which the patrimonial 77 23,1053| transferring for a just reason the obligations of celebrating~ 78 23,1054| for a just and necessary reason, may~reduce, moderate or 79 23,1054| diminished~income or some other reason, the hierarch can diminish 80 24,1059| case of an appeal; for this reason, the judge can pursue judgment~ 81 24,1072| absolute if competency by reason of~grade of judgment is 82 24,1076| Canon 1076~By reason of the location of a disputed 83 24,1077| Canon 1077~1. By reason of contract a party can 84 24,1081| the law blocks this, by reason of connection cases which 85 24,1082| Canon 1082~By reason of prevention, if two or 86 24,1090| unless for a most serious reason, to be expressed for validity 87 24,1136| those who lack the use of reason can stand trial~only through 88 24,1136| have attained the use of reason, they can act and respond 89 24,1147| gifts, promises or any other reason are to be suspended from 90 25,1196| changed except for a serious reason through a new decree at 91 25,1229| professional secrecy, even by reason of advice rendered, as~regards 92 25,1231| however, they may~be heard by reason of a decree of the judge 93 25,1231| become known to them by reason of sacramental confession, 94 25,1238| inform the~judge of the reason for the absence.~ 95 25,1255| nature of~some thing by reason of a prescription of the 96 25,1283| that there exists a serious reason and~all danger of fraud 97 25,1286| granted a second time for a reason; however, in that case, 98 25,1292| tribunal unless a special reason suggests otherwise;~only 99 25,1293| period of time for a serious reason.~ 100 26,1389| least ineffective for any reason, even through no grave fault 101 26,1391| conducted, it is proven that a~reason is present, the eparchial 102 26,1391| explained, for validity, the reason and the arguments for~removal. 103 27,1405| except for a very~serious reason. If, however, common law 104 27,1422| writing unless a serious reason suggests otherwise. 3. Care~ 105 27,1432| the offender may have by reason of an office, ministry or 106 28,1473| Divine Eucharist. When~the reason for all these measures ceases, 107 28,1484| has been acquitted for a~reason which does not take away 108 29,1490| who have sufficient use of reason~and, unless the law itself 109 29,1523| cannot for~some other grave reason be sustained, or that the 110 29,1534| person or has~been granted by reason of the dignity of a place


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