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   Title, Canon
1 4,62 | with his consent and that appropriate to his title he be provided 2 4,72 | establishes that after an appropriate number of~ballots, at least 3 4,144 | assembly. 2. Through prior~appropriate commissions and consultations, 4 4,148 | of the patriarch to seek~appropriate information concerning the 5 7,182 | hearing, if they think it appropriate, secretly~and individually, 6 7,192 | provided~with adequate support, appropriate protection and social security~ 7 7,230 | eparchy has the right to an appropriate remuneration to be established 8 7,266 | presbyteral council: (1) an appropriate portion of the members are 9 7,278 | the local hierarch judges appropriate for~promoting the sacred 10 7,285 | proto-presbyter, conduct appropriate investigations and, if he 11 7,289 | with the help,~if it is appropriate, of other priests who understand 12 7,295 | the parish there are to be appropriate councils dealing with~pastoral 13 10,344 | minor seminary are~to have appropriate relationships with their 14 10,344 | abilities, not omitting any appropriate virtues of human~nature. 15 10,357 | also applicable with the appropriate modification to those juridic 16 10,366 | eparchial bishop, secretly if appropriate, suitable testimonials concerning 17 10,381 | when they ask for them at appropriate~times, are properly disposed, 18 10,383 | military service is~less appropriate for those in the clerical 19 11,409 | are obliged to acquire the~appropriate formation which is required 20 12,416 | or whenever this appears appropriate in order that the apostolate 21 12,453 | monastic state by using~appropriate means. 3. In respect to 22 12,513 | the office of superior, an appropriate period of time is required~ 23 12,514 | constituted for a certain and appropriate term of office, unless the 24 12,518 | candidate shall undergo~an appropriate period of preparation to 25 12,571 | and shall protect them by appropriate statutes.~ 26 13,577 | Christian faithful, to apply appropriate~remedies in the meantime.~ 27 14,588 | the Church that is more appropriate to their culture.~ 28 15,603 | are to be promoted with appropriate freedom and cultural diversity.~ 29 15,630 | work generously so that the~appropriate benefits of education and 30 16,686 | they are prepared for an appropriate~celebration of the sacrament.~ 31 16,701 | syncretism~and wearing the appropriate vestments and insignia of 32 16,709 | hierarchs is free to establish appropriate norms,~according to which 33 16,718 | confession and accepted an appropriate penance, obtain forgiveness~ 34 16,732 | the illness by~imposing appropriate works of penance in keeping 35 16,732 | father he should also offer appropriate counsel so that the penitent 36 16,760 | theological studies in the appropriate manner.~ 37 16,814 | is to be informed at an appropriate time of these~promises which 38 23,1020| remain protected by using~appropriate ways valid in civil law, 39 23,1020| experts~in civil law and the appropriate council. 3. These prescriptions 40 23,1022| suitably organized, by issuing appropriate instructions within the 41 23,1024| after having consulted the appropriate council. 3. Unless and to 42 23,1049| interested~parties and the appropriate council.~ 43 23,1054| interested parties and the appropriate council, with due regard 44 24,1116| petitioner to provide an appropriate security for the observance 45 24,1122| the~judge deems it more appropriate to try them separately.~ 46 24,1129| a judge can punish with appropriate~penalties all who assist 47 24,1180| expenses; they may even demand appropriate security for this. ~2. It 48 25,1239| unless it appears otherwise appropriate to the judge. 2. Bishops 49 25,1284| judge is to determine an~appropriate period of time for the presentation 50 25,1294| before~the tribunal with an appropriate response given to each one 51 25,1337| warrants, for the rendering of appropriate guarantees if there is~question 52 26,1383| this declaration only after~appropriate investigation has enabled 53 27,1409| of the~penalty to a more appropriate time, if it is foreseen 54 27,1418| is to be punished by an appropriate penalty,~especially if it 55 27,1427| result in a greater~than appropriate disgrace of the guilty party.~ 56 27,1436| is to be~punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 57 27,1438| is to be punished~with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 58 27,1439| are~to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 59 27,1440| can be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 60 27,1443| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty, not~excluding a 61 27,1444| is to be punished~with an appropriate penalty.~ 62 27,1445| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding deposition, 63 27,1445| is to be punished with~an appropriate penalty.~ 64 27,1446| punished as delinquent with an~appropriate penalty.~ 65 27,1447| is to be~punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 66 27,1447| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 67 27,1448| is to be~punished with an appropriate penalty. 2. One who joins 68 27,1448| is to be punished~with an appropriate penalty.~ 69 27,1449| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 70 27,1451| is to~be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 71 27,1452| to be compelled to give~appropriate satisfaction; but if such 72 27,1453| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty if~he or she committed 73 27,1454| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 74 27,1455| shall be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 75 27,1456| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty. ~2. One who has 76 27,1458| is to be punished with appropriate penalties, not excluding 77 27,1459| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 78 27,1460| is to be punished with~an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 79 27,1461| shall be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding a 80 27,1462| is to be punished with an appropriate~penalty, not excluding a 81 27,1463| is to be punished with an~appropriate penalty, likewise the person 82 27,1464| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty, not excluding their 83 27,1464| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 84 27,1465| is to be punished with an appropriate penalty.~ 85 27,1466| is to be punished with an appropriate~penalty.~


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