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faith

   Title, Canon
1 1,8 | the bonds of profession of faith, of the sacraments~and of 2 1,9 | choice just as by a life~of faith, hope and charity which 3 1,10 | maintain integrally the faith which was preserved and 4 1,15 | declare as teachers~of the faith or determine as leaders 5 1,15 | regard for the integrity of faith and morals and reverence~ 6 2,28 | own manner of living the faith is~manifested in each Church 7 2,29 | education in the Catholic faith.~ 8 2,39 | diversity of the Catholic faith, are~to be religiously preserved 9 4,76 | patriarch made a profession of faith and the promise~to exercise 10 4,133 | 4) to oversee that~the faith and ecclesiastical discipline 11 5,153 | must make a profession of faith and promise to carry out 12 6,159 | 4) to oversee that the faith and ecclesiastical discipline 13 6,169 | provide for~an increase of the faith, the fostering of common 14 7,180 | he: (1) demonstrate solid faith, good~morals, piety, zeal 15 7,187 | to make a profession of~faith and a promise of obedience 16 7,196 | faithful the truths of the faith, which are to be believed 17 7,196 | integrity and unity of the~faith.~ 18 7,220 | making the profession of faith in the presence~of the patriarch 19 7,273 | Christian faithful of proven faith, good morals and outstanding~ 20 7,289 | so that they may grow in faith, hope and~charity rooted 21 7,293 | even fallen away from the faith.~ 22 10,340 | Church, aimed at a unity of faith and~formation among the 23 10,346 | example of the fathers of the faith, students are to train for 24 10,346 | Christ, and, strengthened in~faith, hope and charity, to strive 25 10,347 | fuller understanding of the~faith and strengthened in the 26 10,350 | so taught in the light of~faith in such a way that students 27 11,401 | others; also, shining in faith, hope and charity, to~strive 28 12,497 | publicly rejected the Catholic faith;~(2) has celebrated or attempted 29 13,577 | see that the integrity of faith and morals is preserved 30 13,580 | publicly rejected the Catholic faith, or has publicly~abandoned 31 14,584 | preserving~the integrity of faith and morals, the Gospel can 32 15,595 | entrusted the deposit of~faith so that, assisted by the 33 15,597 | fellow believers~in the faith, he proclaims with a definitive 34 15,597 | definitive act that a doctrine~of faith or morals is to be held. 35 15,597 | as teachers and judges of faith and morals for the~universal 36 15,597 | declare that a doctrine of faith or morals must~be definitively 37 15,597 | as authentic teachers of faith and~morals they agree on 38 15,598 | is, in the one deposit of faith entrusted to the Church 39 15,598 | with divine and catholic faith; it is manifested~by the 40 15,599 | even if not the assent of faith, is to be paid to the teaching 41 15,599 | paid to the teaching on faith or morals~which the Roman 42 15,600 | teachers and instructors of the~faith for the faithful entrusted 43 15,602 | conscious and reflective life of faith.~ 44 15,603 | communicating the sense of faith, are to be promoted with 45 15,604 | cultures the same sense of faith is preserved and~promoted, 46 15,604 | the integrity and unity of faith suffer no~harm, rather that 47 15,605 | the integrity~and unity of faith and good morals, even disapproving, 48 15,606 | freedom, to illumine the faith of the Church, to defend 49 15,606 | for the building up of the faith community and are to cooperate~ 50 15,614 | liturgical~year the mysteries of faith and the norms of Christian 51 15,617 | providing catechesis, by which faith matures and~the disciple 52 15,618 | form their children in the~faith and practice of the Christian 53 15,627 | family that is illumined by faith and animated by mutual~love. 54 15,634 | humankind is illumined by faith. 2. It is up to~the Catholic 55 15,636 | necessary for reasons of faith or morals.~ 56 15,641 | research the convergence of faith and reason in the one truth 57 15,641 | to bear witness to their faith in the world.~ 58 15,644 | teach subjects regarding faith and morals in Catholic~universities 59 15,652 | safeguarding of the integrity of faith and morals, the eparchial 60 15,658 | other books dealing with faith and morals, if~they are 61 15,659 | whatever which explain the~faith or morals of the Church 62 15,661 | errors regarding Catholic faith and morals. 2. Approval 63 16,671 | provided they manifest~a faith consonant with that of the 64 16,682 | instructed in the truths of the faith and be~tested in the Christian 65 16,682 | principal truths of the faith and in~any way manifests 66 16,685 | life in harmony~with the faith and the role to be undertaken. 67 16,768 | which were omitted in good~faith except those mentioned in 68 16,768 | for those omitted in bad~faith. 2. If it is a case of the 69 16,771 | from persons of upright faith and to send testimonial 70 16,789 | publicly rejected~the Catholic faith, even if that person did 71 16,814 | of falling away from the faith and~makes a sincere promise 72 16,854 | privilege in favor of the faith of a party who has received 73 16,861 | matter the privilege of the faith enjoys the favor~of the 74 17,897 | profession of the Catholic faith, after doctrinal and spiritual~ 75 20,953 | publicly rejected the Catholic faith, or has publicly defected~ 76 20,976 | defected from the Catholic faith or from the communion of 77 25,1197| property ceases to be in good faith; if~therefore, the possessor 78 26,1384| marriage in favor of the~faith, the special norms issued 79 27,1425| the~guilty party in bad faith has concealed in the petition.~ 80 27,1432| illegitimately received even in good faith.~ 81 27,1436| with divine~and catholic faith, or who calls it into doubt, 82 27,1436| repudiates the Christian faith, and does not retract it 83 29,1492| as they treat~matters of faith or morals or declarations 84 30,1541| is not grounded in good~faith, not only at the beginning


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