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cleric 60
clerical 29
clerics 86
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closed 4
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87 more
86 clerics
85 appropriate
85 election
84 faith

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clerics

   Title, Canon
1 2,40 | of Christians. 2. Other~clerics and members of institutes 2 4,66 | patriarch, except those clerics who~are admitted as tellers 3 4,82 | order bishops and other clerics as well as members~of institutes 4 4,89 | the norm of law over all clerics; if it~appears that one 5 4,91 | all the bishops and~other clerics according to the prescriptions 6 4,92 | all the bishops and other clerics of the Church over which 7 4,135 | by all bishops and other~clerics in the Divine Liturgy and 8 6,161 | all the bishops and other clerics in the Divine Liturgy and 9 7,192 | that~the families of his clerics, if they are married, be 10 7,194 | can confer dignities upon clerics subject to~them, others 11 7,273 | consultative body,~consists of clerics, religious or members of 12 7,278 | action; (2) see~to it that clerics lead a life in harmony with 13 7,278 | protopresbyter: (1) is to see that clerics~attend meetings which the 14 7,278 | 2) is to~take care that clerics have ready access to spiritual 15 7,285 | Christian faithful especially clerics.~ 16 10 | TITLE 10~Clerics~ 17 10,323 | Canon 323~1. Clerics, who are also called sacred 18 10,323 | virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished from the 19 10,324 | Canon 324~Clerics joined among themselves 20 10,325 | virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished as~bishops, 21 10,326 | Canon 326~Clerics are constituted into the 22 10,327 | generally called minor clerics, are admitted or instituted 23 10,328 | obligation of the Church to train clerics and her other ministers; 24 10,329 | willingly respond to Him; (2) clerics, especially pastors, are 25 10,330 | program for the~training of clerics, in which the common law 26 10,330 | program of formation of clerics~is to include, in addition 27 10,337 | program of~formation of clerics, accommodated to special 28 10,355 | taught the obligations of clerics and led to undertake and 29 10,357 | See the right~to enroll clerics in themselves or, within 30 10,357 | concerning the enrollment of clerics in some eparchy and~dismissal 31 10,367 | Canon 367~Clerics have, as their first obligation, 32 10,368 | Canon 368~Clerics are bound in a special manner 33 10,369 | of God is~incumbent upon clerics so that as faithful and 34 10,370 | Canon 370~Clerics are bound by a special obligation 35 10,371 | the requirements of law, clerics have the~right to obtain 36 10,371 | service of the Church. 2. ~Clerics are to accept and faithfully 37 10,372 | required for sacred~orders clerics are not to stop devoting 38 10,373 | hallowed practice of married clerics in the primitive~Church 39 10,374 | Canon 374~Clerics, celibate or married, are 40 10,377 | Canon 377~All clerics must celebrate the divine 41 10,378 | norm of the particular law clerics are to celebrate the Divine 42 10,379 | Canon 379~Clerics of whatever Church sui iuris 43 10,380 | Canon 380~All clerics are to have a concern for 44 10,381 | Canon 381~1. Clerics are to be ardent in apostolic 45 10,381 | constrained by a just impediment, clerics are bound~by the obligation 46 10,381 | from~receiving them. 3. Clerics are to recognize and promote 47 10,382 | Canon 382~Clerics are to abstain completely 48 10,383 | though it is fitting that clerics have the same civil and~ 49 10,383 | those in the clerical state, clerics are not~to take it up voluntarily 50 10,384 | all in the love of Christ,~clerics are to take measures to 51 10,384 | harmony based on justice. 2. Clerics are not to have~an active 52 10,385 | Christ's spirit of poverty, clerics are to~strive to lead a 53 10,385 | apostolate or of charity. 2. Clerics are forbidden to exercise~ 54 10,386 | Canon 386~1. Clerics, even if they do not have 55 10,387 | regard to the attire of~clerics.~ 56 10,388 | Canon 388~Clerics to whom have been granted 57 10,389 | Canon 389~Clerics are to strive to avoid any 58 10,389 | of controversies between clerics and~other Christian faithful.~ 59 10,390 | Canon 390~1. Clerics have the right to a suitable 60 10,390 | in the case of married clerics, the sustenance~of their 61 10,390 | effectively put into practice clerics are bound by an obligation~ 62 10,391 | Canon 391~Clerics are free, without prejudice 63 10,392 | Canon 392~Clerics have a right to annual vacations 64 10,393 | Canon 393~Clerics, whatever their condition, 65 10,397 | of the clerical state to clerics having domicile or quasi-domicile 66 10,398 | be readmitted among the clerics solely by the Apostolic~ 67 10,398 | be readmitted among the clerics also by the~patriarch.~ 68 12,427 | the obligations to which~clerics are obliged by common law, 69 12,452 | Canon 452~1. Clerics enrolled in an eparchy cannot 70 12,471 | the plan of formation of clerics prescribed in can.~330 in 71 12,559 | canons on the formation of clerics~are to be followed.~ 72 12,561 | which are~prescribed for clerics by common law, unless the 73 12,563 | according to their statutes; (4) clerics~or lay persons, in respect 74 13,579 | can enroll its members~as clerics without a special concession 75 14,591 | abound before long in native clerics;~(2) catechists are to be 76 15,610 | supply for the scarcity~of clerics, the eparchial bishop also 77 15,660 | religion~or good morals; clerics and members of religious 78 16,762 | administration which is forbidden to clerics and for which he~must render 79 16,767 | patriarch for candidates or clerics who have a domicile or quasi-domicile 80 20,956 | question~of elections among clerics alone or religious, in which 81 23,1021| equal support of all the~clerics who serve the eparchy. 2. 82 24,1087| judges in the~eparchy who are clerics. 2. The patriarch, having 83 25,1229| obligation to~answer: (1) clerics in regard to whatever was 84 27,1429| territory can affect only clerics and religious or members 85 27,1429| or territory affects only clerics~enrolled in an eparchy, 86 27,1429| correction and reformation of~clerics of several eparchies.~


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