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    Title, Canon
1 1,19 | ecclesiastical authority is given.~ 2 3,43 | resides the office~(munus) given in special way by the Lord 3 4,86 | law itself the faculty~is given to the patriarch to ordain 4 4,86 | canonical provision is to be given within ten days~of the proclamation 5 4,106 | members request it for a given matter, with due regard 6 4,128 | Roman Pontiff, if one is given, for the various circumstances~ 7 7,182 | of the Roman~Pontiff once given for an individual candidate 8 7,218 | auxiliary~bishop. They are to be given the title of emeriti of 9 7,232 | bishop, and, after he~has given it, he ceases to hold office 10 7,240 | summoned to the assembly are given an agenda of the matters 11 7,252 | necessary the chancellor can be given an assistant whose~title 12 7,263 | 5. Besides the functions given to it in common law,~the 13 7,274 | statutes which are to be given by the~eparchial bishop. 14 7,296 | Certificates which are given about the canonical status 15 7,304 | a presbyter, to whom is given the care~of some church 16 7,308 | this permission must be given or denied according to the 17 10,346 | according to the pattern given in the Gospel; (2) they 18 10,354 | appropriately adapted from the norms given above so that the curriculum 19 10,388 | dignity~written consent was given to use them with no exception, 20 12,436 | erection or to the decree given according to the typicon, 21 12,438 | be suppressed by a decree given by the superior of~the monastery 22 12,481 | monastery sui iuris who has given himself or herself totally 23 12,482 | which the member belongs, given with the~consent of the 24 12,522 | of~the superior general, given with the consent of the 25 12,524 | presbyter. 2. Assistants can be given to the director, if this 26 12,537 | the~eparchial bishop has given permission, is of a Church 27 13,575 | required; however, the~consent given by an eparchial bishop for 28 14,593 | that together witness is given to Christ the Lord.~ 29 15,603 | Literature and the arts, given their unique power of expressing~ 30 15,614 | take care that a homily is given at~least during the Divine 31 15,643 | least courses are to be given in theology adapted to the~ 32 15,650 | academic degrees, the norms given by the~Apostolic See are 33 15,664 | the judgment about books~given by censors selected from 34 16,686 | baptized and those who are given the function of sponsor, 35 16,700 | concelebration, attention should be given above all to the pastoral 36 16,721 | the sacramental absolution given to many at the same time, 37 16,735 | that the opportunity be given to them to come to individual 38 16,795 | A dispensation is never given from the impediment of consanguinity 39 16,818 | which are to be mutually given and accepted; (3) who are~ 40 16,828 | or a priest who has been given the faculty of blessing 41 16,830 | valid, it must be~expressly given to specified priests; further, 42 16,830 | faculty is~general, it must be given in writing.~ 43 16,845 | perseveres in the consent already given, or by both~parties when 44 16,846 | consent, provided the consent given by the other party still 45 16,846 | necessary that the consent be given according to the form for 46 16,851 | from the beginning or was given in the beginning but afterwards~ 47 16,851 | beginning but afterwards was given, a sanation can be granted 48 16,851 | the moment the consent was given.~ 49 16,870 | the eparchial bishop is given in writing, unless~something 50 16,875 | deprived~by law, must be given an ecclesiastical funeral, 51 16,876 | ecclesiastical funeral can also be given to baptized non-Catholics 52 16,876 | baptism died, can~also be given an ecclesiastical funeral, 53 16,887 | without the written~consent given by the hierarch who exercises 54 16,887 | without the~written consent given by the same hierarch, who 55 16,888 | church~without the consent given by the Apostolic See or 56 17,901 | Catholic Church, the norms given above are to be~observed 57 22,1006| of this group one is not~given further recourse except 58 23,1016| Canon 1016~1. The offerings given for a definitive purpose 59 23,1016| is clear,~the offerings given to the moderators or administrators 60 23,1016| person are presumed to be given to that juridic person. ~ 61 23,1024| written consent has~been given by competent authority. 62 23,1031| particular~law, of the goods given to the Church, unless the 63 23,1037| precious goods or those things given to the~Church by reason 64 23,1038| considered as not to have been given, unless they request lists~ 65 23,1047| that is, temporal goods given in any manner to a juridic 66 24,1068| Appeals from sentences given in~first instance by a common 67 24,1086| The judicial~vicar can be given assistants whose title is 68 24,1137| guardian or curator has been given, if this can be done; but 69 24,1139| appointed by the accused or given by the judge. 3. In a contentious 70 24,1179| arbitrated sentence is to be given by majority vote. ~2. If 71 24,1181| tribunal where the sentence was given; within five days after 72 24,1184| eparchy in which it was given, or~by somebody else, unless 73 25,1223| the case but it cannot be~given full probative force unless 74 25,1248| exact words of the testimony given, at least as~regards those 75 25,1250| witness or the~witness must be given an opportunity to listen 76 25,1258| carried out and the report given.~ 77 25,1259| discharging the function given to them and on what grounds, 78 25,1263| opportune to~have access to a given place or to inspect something, 79 25,1270| judge decides otherwise given the seriousness of the~matter. 80 25,1275| from the trial, who has not given~proof of a just impediment, 81 25,1276| as an accessory to help a given litigant. 2. However,~in 82 25,1281| of the acts can also be given to advocates upon request; 83 25,1281| judge can decree that a given act is not to be shown to 84 25,1287| forbidden that information given to the~judge by the parties 85 25,1294| an appropriate response given to each one of~the questions; ( 86 25,1309| who feels aggrieved by a given sentence and likewise~the 87 25,1330| damage of their rights from a given definitive~sentence that 88 25,1333| her right, the sentence given~earlier is to be modified 89 25,1342| real actions, wherever a given thing has been~adjudicated 90 27,1401| the offender from~being given to dissoluteness of life 91 27,1407| offense, with adequate time given for~reconsideration. 2. 92 27,1407| misdeed, and has in~addition given adequate reparation of the 93 27,1422| 2. The remission must be given in~writing unless a serious 94 27,1456| from~confession, or who has given such information to others, 95 27,1463| Canon 1463~One who has given or promised something in 96 28,1476| arguments and observations given in writing, if there are~ 97 28,1486| accusation and the proofs and be given the opportunity of fully~ 98 29,1489| the law itself. 2. Laws given~by other legislators are 99 29,1498| matters~for which it was given.~ 100 29,1511| special case a decision is given or a canonical provision 101 29,1513| interpretation is to be given to~those administrative 102 29,1514| person for whom it has~been given. 4. A dispensation which 103 29,1521| of the decree cannot be given in writing, the ecclesiastical 104 29,1536| Whoever abuses the power given by privilege is to be warned 105 29,1537| the~dispensation is to be given; otherwise, the dispensation 106 29,1537| illicit and, unless it is given by the legislator himself


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