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96 concerning
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   Title, Canon
1 1,12 | faithful are bound by an obligation in their~own patterns of 2 1,14 | faithful have the right and the obligation of~working so that the divine 3 3,52 | 52~1. It is the right and obligation of all and only the bishops~ 4 4,68 | convoked are bound by the grave obligation to be present at the election. 5 4,71 | are bound to the serious obligation of observing secrecy concerning 6 4,83 | regard for the right and obligation of the eparchial bishop 7 4,83 | patriarch~has the right and obligation to conduct a pastoral visitation 8 4,89 | 89~1. It is the right and obligation of the patriarch to exercise~ 9 4,97 | due regard~for the primary obligation of the individual eparchial 10 4,104 | are bound by the serious obligation to~attend that same synod 11 4,111 | with due regard for the obligation of~observing secrecy in 12 4,148 | It is the right and the obligation of the patriarch to seek~ 13 6,156 | metropolitan~is bound by the obligation to petition the pallium 14 6,165 | are~bound by the serious obligation to be present at the council, 15 7,193 | is bound by the serious~obligation of providing all the things 16 7,197 | bishop, while mindful of the obligation binding him~to manifest 17 7,199 | especially on holy days of obligation, and on other~solemnities 18 7,203 | eparchial bishop is to urge the obligation~by which the faithful are 19 7,204 | bishop, is bound by the obligation of residing in his own~eparchy. 20 7,205 | eparchial bishop is bound by the obligation of canonically visiting 21 7,211 | due regard~for the primary obligation which rests upon the eparchy 22 7,217 | bishops are bound by the~obligation of residing in the eparchy 23 7,252 | deacon and whose principal obligation,~unless otherwise established 24 7,278 | law it is the right and obligation of the protopresbyter~to: ( 25 7,278 | protopresbyter is bound~by the obligation of visiting the parishes 26 7,289 | the pastor is~bound by the obligation of preaching the word of 27 7,292 | The pastor is bound by the obligation of residing in the~parish 28 7,302 | otherwise and except for~the obligation mentioned in can. 294, the 29 7,302 | parochial~vicar is bound by the obligation of residing in the parish 30 8,317 | Exarchs are bound by the obligation of visiting the tombs of 31 10,328 | is the proper right and obligation of the Church to train clerics 32 10,328 | her other ministers; this obligation is particularly and~more 33 10,367 | Clerics have, as their first obligation, to announce the Kingdom~ 34 10,370 | Clerics are bound by a special obligation to show reverence and~obedience 35 10,378 | Sundays and~holy days of obligation; indeed daily celebration 36 10,381 | clerics are bound~by the obligation to provide assistance to 37 10,390 | clerics are bound by an obligation~on their part to contribute 38 10,396 | a dispensation from the obligation of celibacy, which is granted 39 10,397 | who are not bound by~the obligation of clerical celibacy or, 40 10,397 | a dispensation from this obligation; in other cases the~matter 41 11,403 | regard for the right and obligation to preserve~everywhere their 42 11,404 | persons have the right and obligation of~acquiring a knowledge, 43 11,406 | Lay persons, aware of the obligation set forth in can. 14, should~ 44 11,406 | 14, should~know that this obligation has a greater impelling 45 12,412 | superior, being bound by the obligation to obey him also~in virtue 46 12,420 | divert the members from this obligation by any means or to~hinder 47 12,421 | Superiors are bound by a grave obligation to take care that the~members 48 12,488 | transfers in respect to the obligation to make a novitiate and 49 12,528 | member is held by the same obligation to~observe the statutes 50 12,534 | deems it opportune, the obligation for a member to renounce 51 12,545 | the member is bound by the obligation to obey the~superiors of 52 15,614 | rectors of churches have the obligation to take care that a homily 53 15,614 | hand over to another his obligation of preaching to~the people 54 15,618 | are bound by~an equivalent obligation.~ 55 15,634 | school has a particular obligation to create an~atmosphere 56 16,686 | Parents are held to the obligation that the infant be baptized 57 16,708 | instructed concerning the~obligation of receiving the Divine 58 16,717 | priests are bound by~the grave obligation of observing the norms of 59 16,733 | penitent for any reason. 2. The obligation~of observing secrecy also 60 16,771 | faithful~are bound by the obligation to reveal impediments, if 61 16,772 | Every candidate for sacred obligation must make a spiritual retreat 62 16,783 | and the primary right and obligation which parents have of doing~ 63 16,814 | aware of the promise and~obligation of the Catholic party; ( 64 16,840 | also includes the~grave obligation of observing secrecy on 65 16,840 | to revealing it. 2. The obligation of observing secrecy ceases 66 16,880 | 40, 1. 3. Holy days of obligation~common to all the Eastern 67 16,880 | suppresses a holy days~of obligation or transfers them to a Sunday.~ 68 16,881 | faithful are bound by the obligation to participate on Sundays 69 16,881 | faithful to fulfill this obligation~more easily, the available 70 16,891 | for the fulfillment of the~obligation has passed, when there is 71 16,892 | of a vow can suspend its~obligation for as long as its fulfillment 72 17,896 | group or an individual, no obligation except what~is necessary 73 19,929 | respecting each and every obligation as well as~the wishes of 74 19,934 | observing secrecy, and this obligation can be insisted upon by~ 75 22,999 | being petitioned. 2. The obligation of petitioning the~revocation 76 23,1016| attached a condition or a moral obligation.~ 77 23,1020| authority is under the grave obligation to see that~the temporal 78 23,1028| particular law to make this an obligation and to determine more precisely 79 23,1043| must be advised of their~obligation to fulfill the will of the 80 23,1047| with them the long-term obligation, to be determined by particular 81 23,1048| person can fulfill the new obligation as well as~those already 82 23,1052| there is no one~who has an obligation to increase the offering 83 23,1052| the~power of reducing the obligation of celebrating the Divine 84 24,1077| tribunal of the place where the obligation originated or~is to be fulfilled.~ 85 24,1094| justice is bound by the obligation~to provide for the public 86 24,1096| the bond is bound by the~obligation to propose and clarify everything 87 24,1144| procurator retains the~right and obligation to appeal unless the mandating 88 24,1161| impose on the person a~prior obligation to compensate for damages 89 25,1227| without risk of~violating the obligation to observe secrecy. 2. Nonetheless,~ 90 25,1229| following are exempted from the obligation to~answer: (1) clerics in 91 25,1243| the witness the~serious obligation to tell the whole truth 92 25,1285| is required but~with the obligation of secrecy if it exists. 93 25,1318| indivisible or it is a joint obligation. 3. If an appeal is~filed 94 25,1342| limit for fulfilling the obligation, which,~however, is not 95 27,1409| excessive; (4) suspend the obligation of observing the penalty 96 27,1432| else, carries with it the obligation of restoring whatever was~ 97 28,1484| which does not take away the obligation of repairing the~damages.~ 98 30,1542| right of visitation~and the obligation of obedience if it should


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