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   Title, Canon
1 1,8 | structure by the bonds of profession of faith, of the sacraments~ 2 4,76 | the new patriarch made a profession of faith and the promise~ 3 5,153| archiepiscopal Church, must make a profession of faith and promise to 4 7,187| the candidate is to make a profession of~faith and a promise of 5 7,220| eparchy, after making the profession of faith in the presence~ 6 7,296| sacred~orders or perpetual profession in a religious institute; 7 10,371| they may exercise a civil profession the permission of their 8 12,428| an eparchy, by perpetual profession.~ 9 12,431| other obligations of his profession, except those which he himself 10 12,431| or exarch: (1) if~through profession he lost the capacity of 11 12,431| or order; (2) ~if through profession he did not lose the ownership 12 12,450| monastery which has temporary profession, in which instance 17~years 13 12,450| by the bond of religious profession or by another sacred bond 14 12,457| monasteries in which a temporary profession precedes final profession, 15 12,457| profession precedes final profession, one year is sufficient. 16 12,461| novice shall be admitted to profession if judged suitable,~otherwise 17 12,462| definitively assumed with perpetual~profession, which includes the three 18 12,462| poverty. 2. In the making of profession the prescriptions of the 19 12,463| different degrees of monastic profession, with due regard~for the 20 12,463| the juridic force of the profession according to common law.~ 21 12,464| validity of perpetual monastic profession it is required: ~(1) that 22 12,464| the~novice be admitted to profession by the superior of the proper~ 23 12,464| the council, and that the~profession be received by the same 24 12,464| by another; (3) that the profession be expressed and made without~ 25 12,464| for the validity of the profession be fulfilled.~ 26 12,465| common law for temporary profession has~force also with respect 27 12,465| monasteries in which such a profession~in accordance with the typicon 28 12,465| typicon precedes perpetual profession.~ 29 12,466| Canon 466~Perpetual monastic profession renders acts that are contrary 30 12,467| candidate for perpetual monastic profession must, within~sixty days 31 12,467| sixty days prior to the profession, renounce in favor of whomever~ 32 12,467| possesses on condition that the profession subsequently takes place; 33 12,467| invalid. ~2. As soon as the profession has been made, all necessary 34 12,468| the member after perpetual profession in virtue of any title are 35 12,468| member incurred after final profession~with the permission of the 36 12,469| 469~Having made perpetual profession, a member loses by the law 37 12,470| certifying that perpetual profession has been made,~signed by 38 12,470| the one who received the profession,~even by delegation, shall 39 12,472| they have made perpetual profession, and in accordance with 40 12,482| from the day of perpetual profession.~ 41 12,488| novitiate nor make a new~profession, and from the day of the 42 12,488| to make a novitiate and profession. If there is no provision 43 12,488| the novitiate nor a new profession, but the effects take place 44 12,491| obligations of the monastic profession which are compatible with~ 45 12,493| obligations arising from profession, but not from the ones that 46 12,493| through the novitiate and profession again~as if he or she had 47 12,495| member who, after making profession, has unlawfully left the~ 48 12,496| One who during temporary profession wishes to leave the~monastery 49 12,499| dismissed during temporary profession by the superior of the monastery 50 12,502| obligations stemming from monastic profession cease by the law itself; 51 12,504| they are not monks, make~a profession which is equivalent to monastic 52 12,504| is equivalent to monastic profession. 2. A~congregation is a 53 12,504| not equivalent to~monastic profession, but have their own force 54 12,513| required~after perpetual profession, to be determined by the 55 12,513| least ten~years from first profession. 2. If it is the case of 56 12,523| for the validity of the profession.~ 57 12,524| least ten years from first profession,~outstanding in prudence, 58 12,525| before making temporary profession, must cede to whomever he 59 12,525| she will be~bound by the profession, the administration of the 60 12,526| Canon 526~1. The temporary profession, with the three vows of 61 12,526| in~the statutes. 2. This profession can be repeated several 62 12,527| the validity of temporary profession it is required: (1) ~that 63 12,527| the novice be admitted to profession by the competent superior 64 12,527| of the council, and the profession be received by the same 65 12,527| through another; (3) that the profession be expressed and made without~ 66 12,527| for the validity of the profession be fulfilled.~ 67 12,529| Canon 529~1. Temporary profession renders acts contrary to 68 12,529| but not invalid. 2. This profession does not deprive~the member 69 12,529| expiration of temporary profession, whatever offices held by 70 12,530| at least before perpetual profession the member~shall freely 71 12,531| Canon 531~By perpetual profession member assume definitively 72 12,532| the validity of perpetual profession is required, in addition~ 73 12,532| been a period of~temporary profession in accordance with can. 74 12,533| In orders the perpetual profession is equivalent to the perpetual~ 75 12,533| to the perpetual~monastic profession, hence cann. 466-468 are 76 12,534| canonical effects of perpetual profession remain the same as those 77 12,534| in can. 529 for temporary profession, except if otherwise provided 78 12,534| done prior to perpetual~profession.~ 79 12,535| 1. In making any kind of profession, the prescriptions of the~ 80 12,535| document certifying that~the profession has been made, signed by 81 12,535| the one who received the profession, even by delegation, shall~ 82 12,535| is the case of perpetual profession, the major superior must 83 12,543| and the obligations of his profession as well~as of the statutes 84 12,545| transfer shall publicly make profession according to~the statutes 85 12,545| transferred. By this new profession one is fully united to the 86 12,545| thus far made temporary profession,~shall make a temporary 87 12,545| shall make a temporary profession in the same manner for at 88 12,545| member does not make~the profession in the religious institute 89 12,545| the meantime the time of profession has expired. 4. ~In respect 90 12,547| or from making perpetual profession. 2. ~Physical or psychic 91 12,547| contracted after temporary~profession, which in the judgment of 92 12,547| the~renewal of temporary profession or the making of perpetual 93 12,547| the making of perpetual profession, unless the infirmity was 94 12,547| or she cannot make a new profession.~ 95 12,562| institute; with~respect to profession, the statutes of the new 96 12,563| themselves totally to God by profession of the~three evangelical 97 16,894| before monastic or religious profession are suspended~while the 98 17,897| Catholic Church with only the~profession of the Catholic faith, after 99 20,956| person who is senior by first~profession. 2. The person who presides


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