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   Title, Canon
1 4,89 | manner of religious, the major superior, unless particular 2 4,89 | manner of~religious, the major superior.~ 3 4,114 | manner of~religious, their major superior. 3. The offices 4 4,140 | dealing with matters of major importance especially in 5 4,143 | is held; (5) rectors of major~seminaries; (6) from each 6 5 | TITLE 5~The Major Archiepiscopal Churches~ 7 5,151 | Canon 151~A major archbishop is the metropolitan 8 5,152 | understood to be applicable to major archiepiscopal~Churches 9 5,152 | archiepiscopal~Churches or major archbishops, unless the 10 5,153 | Canon 153~1. A major archbishop is elected according 11 5,153 | synod of~bishops of the major archiepiscopal Church must 12 5,153 | synod of~bishops of the major archiepiscopal Church, must 13 5,154 | Canon 154~Major archbishops hold the precedence 14 5,154 | preside was erected as a major archiepiscopal Church.~ ~ 15 6,174 | is neither patriarchal, major archiepiscopal nor metropolitan 16 7,238 | rector of the eparchial major seminary; (5) the~protopresbyters; ( 17 7,282 | with the consent of the major superior of a religious 18 7,282 | eparchial bishop and the major superior~of the religious 19 7,284 | manner of religious, the major superior is to propose a 20 7,286 | presbyter proposed by a~major superior according to the 21 7,305 | prejudice to the right of the major superior of a religious 22 10,331 | minor seminary. 2. In the major seminary, the vocation of~ 23 10,332 | resources permit it. 2. A major seminary is to be established 24 10,340 | their own science and, in major seminaries, possessing suitable 25 10,345 | is to be completed in the major seminary, supplementing 26 10,348 | priesthood, the studies~of the major seminary, without prejudice 27 10,356 | situation is~such, to the major superior; but concerning 28 10,356 | The eparchial bishop~or major superior is to visit the 29 10,385 | as the case may be, the major superior.~ 30 12,418 | Canon 418~1. Major superiors are: the president 31 12,420 | Canon 420~1. Major superiors who are designated 32 12,420 | religious houses, if the major~superior who has the right 33 12,430 | in regard to the title of major superior which the~religious 34 12,431 | the written consent of the major superior, a religious cannot 35 12,508 | several houses, and which a major superior rules~directly. 36 12,513 | which in the case of the major superiors must be at least 37 12,515 | confirmation of the competent major superior but if they~are 38 12,516 | authority of the superior. 2. A~major superior cannot fulfill 39 12,516 | shall be appointed by the major~superior with the consent 40 12,519 | the novitiate pertains to major~superiors with due regard 41 12,522 | master of novices. 2. The major superior can permit a~group 42 12,529 | with the~consent of the major superior, as long as the 43 12,534 | provided by common law;~(2) the major superior can, with the consent 44 12,535 | perpetual profession, the major superior must as~soon as 45 12,536 | the general synaxis or the major superiors in accordance 46 12,537 | Canon 537~1. Major superiors can grant, in 47 12,539 | right are designated by the major superior according to the 48 12,547 | Canon 547~1. The major superior, having consulted 49 12,551 | competent authority is the major superior having consulted~ 50 12,551 | is no time to~reach the major superior, the local superior, 51 12,551 | member, notifying at once the major~superior.~ 52 12,560 | norm of the statutes, the major superior of a society can 53 13,580 | or has been punished with major excommunication, cannot 54 15,612 | or patriarchal right,~the major superiors are the moderators 55 15,662 | the permission of their major~superior, according to the 56 16,755 | 755~An eparchial bishop or major superior, only for a most 57 16,757 | the eparchial bishop or major superior.~ 58 16,761 | proper eparchial bishop~or major superior a signed declaration 59 16,774 | own eparchial bishop or major superior so that~the registration 60 16,775 | The eparchial bishop or major superior is to send a notification~ 61 16,893 | power of governance, and his major superior. 2. Under the same~ 62 21,984 | first of all, a patriarch, a major archbishop, a metropolitan 63 21,984 | however, the patriarch, the major archbishop, the~metropolitan 64 21,984 | regard for can. 101. 3. Major superiors~in institutes 65 24,1084| entail the penalties of major excommunication, privation 66 24,1102| proper eparchial~bishop or major superior. 2. Unless the 67 26,1391| after~having notified the major superior or by the major 68 26,1391| major superior or by the major superior who~has notified 69 27,1402| lower grade, deposition or major excommunication. 3. Besides 70 27,1402| competence, by the patriarch, major archbishop, eparchial bishop 71 27,1402| eparchial bishop and~the major superior of an institute 72 27,1423| the patriarchal Church or major archiepiscopal Churches 73 27,1423| penalties to the patriarch or major~archbishop, in respect of 74 27,1434| mentioned in can. 1431, 1, a~major excommunication forbids 75 27,1434| 2. One~punished with a major excommunication is to be 76 27,1434| 3. One punished with a major excommunication is forbidden 77 27,1436| heretic~or an apostate with a major excommunication; a cleric 78 27,1437| punished as a schismatic with a major excommunication.~ 79 27,1438| penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~ 80 27,1442| is to be punished with a major ex-communication and, if 81 27,1443| penalty, not~excluding a major excommunication.~ 82 27,1445| is to be~punished with a major excommunication, which in 83 27,1447| penalty, not excluding a major~excommunication, especially 84 27,1450| is to be punished with a major~excommunication; a cleric 85 27,1451| penalty, not excluding a major~excommunication.~ 86 27,1454| penalty, not excluding a major excommunication, especially 87 27,1456| is to be punished with a major excommunication, with due~ 88 27,1457| shall be punished with a major excommunication, with due 89 27,1459| are to be punished with~a major excommunication. 2. A bishop 90 27,1460| penalty, not excluding a major excommunication,~and in 91 27,1461| penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~ 92 27,1462| penalty, not excluding a major excommunication.~


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