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    Title, Canon
1 4,85 | the patriarchal Church and having consulted the Apostolic 2 4,87 | can also ordain them after having fulfilled~all the requirements 3 4,89 | Church to any cleric, after having consulted with the~eparchial 4 4,90 | a serious reason, after having consulted with the eparchial~ 5 4,95 | a~certain matter, after having consulted with the permanent 6 4,98 | agreements into effect without~having obtained the approval of 7 4,112 | competence of the patriarch, having consulted with the permanent 8 4,114 | over which he presides, having consulted~their eparchial 9 4,126 | resignation of the patriarch, having consulted with the Roman 10 4,133 | if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, neglected to~ 11 4,139 | a certain metropolitan, having~consulted with the patriarch 12 4,146 | investigate the matter, having heard from the superior 13 4,146 | sui iuris concerned,~and, having discussed the matter in 14 5,153 | Roman Pontiff. 3. After having obtained the confirmation, 15 6,159 | if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, neglected to 16 7,183 | Canon 183~1. The convocation having been canonically made, if 17 7,213 | patriarch himself, after having consulted the permanent 18 7,232 | competency of the patriarch after having~consulted the bishops of 19 7,232 | there are any,~otherwise, having consulted the permanent 20 7,277 | parish; the~eparchial bishop, having heard, if he considers it 21 7,280 | of the eparchial bishop, having consulted~the presbyteral 22 7,301 | names a parochial vicar, having heard, unless he~prudently 23 10,340 | regularly, day after day, having conducted proper preparation, 24 10,340 | of~the sacred sciences, having followed the footsteps of 25 10,344 | or a special institute, having taken into account any earlier 26 10,349 | human sciences; therefore, having~taken into account the wisdom 27 10,362 | without prejudice to and having preserved all of the~rights 28 10,371 | Canon 371~1. Having fulfilled the requirements 29 10,397 | clerical state to clerics having domicile or quasi-domicile 30 11,404 | the~required suitability having been observed, lay persons 31 12,426 | typicon or statutes thus having faithfully observed the 32 12,431 | prejudice to can. 89, 2; having fulfilled the function, 33 12,431 | Roman Pontiff;~(2) however, having fulfilled the office (munus), 34 12,435 | erect a monastery sui~iuris, having consulted the patriarch 35 12,438 | the request of, or after having consulted,~the eparchial 36 12,438 | eparchial right, and~after having consulted the superior of 37 12,443 | norms of the typicon and~having observed cann. 947-960, 38 12,453 | admits to~the novitiate after having consulted the council. 2. 39 12,469 | Canon 469~Having made perpetual profession, 40 12,486 | can for a grave reason, having consulted the~eparchial 41 12,487 | permission except~after having consulted the superior of 42 12,497 | the monastery sui iuris, having consulted~the council, shall 43 12,498 | consent of the council,~having immediately put off the 44 12,545 | vow of obedience. 2. After having~completed the novitiate, 45 12,547 | 547~1. The major superior, having consulted the council, can 46 12,548 | congregation is subject having heard the~superior general 47 12,549 | which he presides, after having~consulted, if it is a congregation 48 12,551 | authority is the major superior having consulted~the council; if 49 12,570 | their own in~the world, having publicly professed chastity, 50 15,601 | the meaning of life and having examined the signs of~the 51 15,629 | a way that young people, having developed their~physical, 52 15,629 | them in true freedom, and,~having developed a sense of justice 53 15,640 | autonomous Catholic faculties having the same object are~equivalent 54 15,662 | by a superior authority having~executive power over these 55 16,671 | to other~Christians not having full communion with the 56 16,701 | the principal celebrant, having removed any liturgical syncretism~ 57 16,707 | 2. For a just~cause and having removed any astonishment 58 16,718 | ministry of the priest, having themselves made a confession 59 16,720 | with~general prescriptions having taken counsel with the patriarch 60 16,806 | freely chooses marriage after having been separated~from the 61 16,859 | non-baptized wives, after having received baptism in the 62 16,860 | non-baptized person who, having received baptism in the 63 16,863 | the innocent spouse, after having~become aware of the adultery, 64 16,863 | authority; this authority, after having investigated all the~circumstances, 65 16,873 | but not sordid use, after having consulted with the~presbyteral 66 16,880 | Church sui iuris, however~having sought the opinions of the 67 19,928 | competence of the patriarch, having consulted the permanent 68 19,928 | eparchial~bishop, after having consulted the college of 69 20,947 | without action, the authority having the right to confirm the~ 70 20,954 | to be considered as~not having been appended.~ 71 20,957 | of available time after having been notified, the person 72 21,988 | delegated by another authority having ordinary power was delegated 73 23,1020| valid in civil law, after having heard experts~in civil law 74 23,1024| determine those~acts, after having consulted the appropriate 75 23,1038| consent or confirmation before having been thoroughly informed 76 24,1067| bishops who consented to having such~a tribunal, or an eparchial 77 24,1068| eparchial~bishops who consent to having a common tribunal are to 78 24,1084| impossibility lasts, the patriarch, having consulted the permanent 79 24,1084| likewise, in both situations~having consulted the two eparchial 80 24,1087| clerics. 2. The patriarch, having consulted~the permanent 81 24,1087| metropolitan Church sui iuris, having consulted the two eparchial~ 82 24,1109| most expeditiously~after having heard the parties. 2. The 83 24,1137| ecclesiastical judge~after having heard the eparchial bishop 84 24,1163| of a person, the judge, having heard the parties, may~determine, 85 24,1163| executed immediately, after having~specified any opportune 86 24,1163| decree, the judge, after having heard the other~party, shall 87 24,1174| agreed otherwise; after~having heard the other parties, 88 25,1189| petition is considered as~having been accepted.~ 89 25,1190| libellus is considered as having been accepted in virtue 90 25,1192| arrival is considered as having been legitimately cited.~ 91 25,1199| to the final acts after having cited the procurator if~ 92 25,1218| Canon 1218~Having weighted all the circumstances, 93 25,1221| function in the~Church, after having observed the formalities 94 25,1253| evaluating testimony, after having obtained testimonial letters 95 25,1269| Canon 1269~1. The judge, having received the petition and 96 25,1272| If the respondent, after having been cited, has neither 97 25,1337| become a res iudicata after having arranged, if the case warrants, 98 25,1347| expired, the judge, after having examined the acts, is to~ 99 26,1372| the ordinary~process but having cited the parties and with 100 26,1374| the defender of the bond, having heard the parties, shall 101 26,1378| approach the civil forum, having considered the particular 102 26,1391| the eparchial bishop after~having notified the major superior 103 26,1394| removal in a~written report, having inspected the acts, and 104 27,1403| imposing penalties, after~having heard the promoter of justice, 105 27,1409| for the first time, after having been~commended heretofore 106 27,1436| does not retract it after~having been legitimately warned, 107 27,1436| does~not retract it after having been legitimately warned, 108 28,1486| of self-defense, unless having been cited~according to 109 29,1521| whom it is destined and by having all present sign an instrument~


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