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    Title, Canon
1 4,80 | fulfill the~obligations of a metropolitan in all places where provinces 2 4,80 | fulfill the obligations of a metropolitan in the entire province~during 3 4,80 | during the vacancy of a metropolitan see; (4) to warn a metropolitan 4 4,80 | metropolitan see; (4) to warn a metropolitan who did not appoint a finance 5 4,85 | grave reason, to transfer~a metropolitan, eparchial bishop or titular 6 4,85 | titular bishop to another~metropolitan, eparchial or titular see; 7 4,86 | canonical provision to a metropolitan or a bishop; (2) to~ordain 8 4,86 | bishops; (3) to enthrone the metropolitan after episcopal ordination. 9 4,86 | to ordain and enthrone a metropolitan~and other bishops of the 10 4,133 | Canon 133~1. A metropolitan, who presides over a certain 11 4,133 | n. 2; (2) to convoke the metropolitan synod at~the times established 12 4,133 | dissolve~it; (3) to erect a metropolitan tribunal; (4) to oversee 13 4,133 | neglected to~appoint one. 2. The metropolitan represents the province 14 4,134 | 134~1. The dignity of a metropolitan is always attached to a 15 4,134 | determined eparchial see. 2. A metropolitan in his own eparchy has~the 16 4,135 | Canon 135~The metropolitan is to be commemorated by 17 4,136 | Canon 136~A metropolitan who presides over a province 18 4,136 | precedes everywhere a~titular metropolitan.~ 19 4,137 | metropolitans and of the~metropolitan synods according to the 20 4,138 | rights and obligations of a metropolitan constituted outside~the 21 4,138 | rights and obligations, the metropolitan is to observe the special 22 4,139 | should designate a certain metropolitan, having~consulted with the 23 4,139 | the Apostolic See; to this metropolitan belong the rights and obligations~ 24 5,151 | major archbishop is the metropolitan of a see determined or~recognized 25 6 | TITLE 6~Metropolitan Churches and Other Churches 26 6,155 | Canon 155~1. A metropolitan Church sui iuris is presided 27 6,155 | iuris is presided over by a metropolitan of a determined see who 28 6,155 | territorial boundaries of metropolitan Churches sui iuris.~ 29 6,156 | after the enthronement, the metropolitan~is bound by the obligation 30 6,156 | which is a sign of his metropolitan power and full communion 31 6,156 | and full communion of the metropolitan Church sui iuris with the 32 6,156 | imposition of the pallium, the metropolitan cannot convoke the council 33 6,157 | 157~1. The power which a metropolitan possesses according to the~ 34 6,157 | Christian faithful of the~metropolitan Church over which he presides, 35 6,157 | constitute a vicar for the~entire metropolitan Church sui iuris nor delegate 36 6,157 | cases. 2. The power of the metropolitan~and the council of hierarchs 37 6,157 | territorial boundaries of the metropolitan Church sui iuris. 3. ~The 38 6,157 | Church sui iuris. 3. ~The metropolitan represents the metropolitan 39 6,157 | metropolitan represents the metropolitan Church sui iuris in~all 40 6,158 | Canon 158~1. The see of the metropolitan Church sui iuris is to be 41 6,158 | principal city from which the metropolitan, who presides over the~same 42 6,158 | takes his title. 2. The metropolitan, in the eparchy entrusted 43 6,159 | Canon 159~In the metropolitan Church sui iuris over which 44 6,159 | by the Roman Pontiff, the metropolitan~is competent: (1) to ordain 45 6,159 | dissolve it; (3) to erect a metropolitan~tribunal; (4) to oversee 46 6,160 | will not omit hearing the metropolitan nor~will the metropolitan 47 6,160 | metropolitan nor~will the metropolitan omit consulting with the 48 6,161 | Canon 161~The metropolitan is to be commemorated after 49 6,162 | communion with him, the metropolitan must~faithfully make a commemoration 50 6,163 | should be the custom for the metropolitan to visit the Roman~Pontiff 51 6,163 | with all the bishops of the metropolitan~Church over which he presides.~ 52 6,164 | ordained bishops of the metropolitan Church sui iuris wherever~ 53 6,164 | hierarchs; other bishops of the metropolitan Church sui iuris can~have 54 6,167 | Church sui iuris. ~2. The metropolitan will notify the Apostolic 55 6,167 | validly promulgated before the~metropolitan has written notification 56 6,167 | acts of the council; the metropolitan is~also to notify the Apostolic 57 6,167 | council~of hierarchs. 3. The metropolitan is to see to the promulgation 58 6,167 | administrative acts of the metropolitan, he who presides over a 59 6,167 | he who presides over a metropolitan Church sui iuris also has 60 6,168 | to the appointment of the metropolitan and bishops,~for each case 61 6,172 | Canon 172~In a metropolitan Church sui iuris an assembly 62 6,172 | least every five years; the metropolitan is competent to do whatever 63 6,173 | During the vacancy of the metropolitan see in an metropolitan Church 64 6,173 | the metropolitan see in an metropolitan Church sui iuris: (1) the 65 6,173 | the administrator of the metropolitan~Church sui iuris is the 66 6,173 | Pontiff of the vacancy of the metropolitan~see; (2) to the administrator 67 6,173 | to the administrator of a metropolitan Church sui iuris~passes 68 6,173 | the ordinary power of the metropolitan in all matters excluding 69 6,173 | hierarchs; (3) in a vacant metropolitan see there are~to be no innovations. 70 6,173 | innovations. 2. In an impeded metropolitan see of~these Churches those 71 6,173 | see in can. 132, 1; the metropolitan is competent to do whatever 72 6,173 | see of the eparchy~of the metropolitan cann. 221-233 are to be 73 6,174 | major archiepiscopal nor metropolitan is entrusted to a hierarch 74 7,204 | this is to be done by the metropolitan or, if the metropolitan~ 75 7,204 | metropolitan or, if the metropolitan~himself has been unlawfully 76 7,204 | and subject to that same metropolitan.~ 77 7,206 | a patriarchal Church or metropolitan Church sui iuris,~they are 78 7,206 | report to the patriarch or metropolitan as soon as possible.~ 79 7,221 | cann. 222 and 223: (1) the metropolitan, or otherwise the one~who, 80 7,221 | eparchy devolves~to the metropolitan or, if none exists or he 81 7,221 | of his appointment by the metropolitan and, if he belongs to a 82 7,270 | after~consulting with the metropolitan or, if it is a question 83 7,270 | it is a question of the~metropolitan see itself, after consulting 84 7,270 | who is subject to the same metropolitan, but he must establish a 85 9,322 | patriarchs, metropolitans of metropolitan Churches sui~iuris, eparchial 86 10,334 | higher~authority is of a metropolitan Church sui iuris or with 87 13,575 | permanent synod, or the metropolitan after consultation with 88 13,575 | faithful of~any patriarchal or metropolitan Church sui iuris and which 89 13,583 | permanent synod; or~by the metropolitan who presides in a metropolitan 90 13,583 | metropolitan who presides in a metropolitan Church sui~iuris, with the 91 15,657 | the patriarchal~Church, in metropolitan Churches sui iuris to the 92 15,657 | Churches sui iuris to the metropolitan~with the consent of the 93 15,657 | patriarchal Churches and metropolitan Churches sui iuris. ~3. 94 16,745 | Roman Pontiff, patriarch or metropolitan, so that no other~bishop 95 17,898 | patriarchal Church, or the metropolitan of a metropolitan Church 96 17,898 | or the metropolitan of a metropolitan Church sui iuris with the 97 21,984 | patriarch, a major archbishop, a metropolitan who~presides over a Church 98 21,984 | the major archbishop, the~metropolitan who is head of a Church 99 24,1063| has also the rights of a metropolitan tribunal in those parts~ 100 24,1064| Canon 1064~1. The metropolitan tribunal which is not distinct 101 24,1064| tribunal of the eparchy of the metropolitan is the appellate tribunal 102 24,1064| instances tried before the metropolitan or another eparchial bishop 103 24,1064| to the tribunal which the~metropolitan or eparchial bishop has 104 24,1084| an auditor; likewise the metropolitan who presides over a~metropolitan 105 24,1084| metropolitan who presides over a~metropolitan Church sui iuris as well 106 24,1084| sui iuris as well as the metropolitan of a~patriarchal Church 107 24,1087| permanent synod, or the metropolitan who presides over a metropolitan 108 24,1087| metropolitan who presides over a metropolitan Church sui iuris, having 109 27,1445| was committed against a metropolitan,~patriarch, or even the


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