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   Title, Canon
1 Prel,3 | although it often refers to the prescriptions of liturgical books, does 2 Prel,4 | form not withstanding any prescriptions of the Code~to the contrary.~ 3 1,17 | worship God according to~the prescriptions of their own Church sui 4 1,24 | judged in accordance~with the prescriptions of the law to be applied 5 4,75 | patriarch according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books; 6 4,91 | clerics according to the prescriptions of the liturgical~books.~ 7 4,92 | praises according to the prescriptions~of the liturgical books 8 4,135 | praises according to~the prescriptions of the liturgical books.~ 9 6,159 | faithful execution of the prescriptions which are contained in~these 10 6,161 | praises, according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books.~ 11 6,162 | praises, according to the prescriptions of the liturgical~books.~ 12 7,196 | also to take care that the prescriptions of the~law concerning the 13 7,199 | ordered according to the prescriptions and legitimate customs of~ 14 7,200 | himself according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books 15 7,209 | praises according to the prescriptions of~the liturgical books 16 7,209 | praises according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books.~ 17 7,218 | Canon 218~The prescriptions of cann. 210 and 211, 2 18 7,230 | the eparchy, observing the prescriptions~of the particular law which 19 7,274 | a term according to~the prescriptions of the statutes which are 20 7,278 | celebrated~according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books, 21 7,302 | parish according to the prescriptions of the eparchial bishop 22 7,309 | church according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books 23 10,369 | established according to the~prescriptions of the particular law.~ 24 11,404 | degrees. 3. Likewise, the prescriptions as to the~required suitability 25 11,409 | with due regard for the prescriptions of civil law; they likewise 26 12,432 | iuris, must observe the prescriptions of this latter~Church, save 27 12,432 | latter~Church, save for the prescriptions of the typicon or statutes~ 28 12,450 | 450~Without prejudice to prescriptions of the typicon which require~ 29 12,453 | conduct and suitability, the prescriptions of the typicon shall~be 30 12,456 | cannot comply with the prescriptions on the~formation of novices, 31 12,456 | monastery in which the same prescriptions are~conscientiously observed.~ 32 12,462 | making of profession the prescriptions of the typicon and the liturgical 33 12,473 | which are excluded by the prescriptions of the liturgical books. 34 12,515 | prior consultation. 3. The prescriptions of cann. 947-960 as well 35 12,535 | kind of profession, the prescriptions of the~statutes shall be 36 12,540 | habit of the members the prescriptions of the~statutes, and outside 37 12,556 | provinces or houses, the same prescriptions as those established for 38 12,558 | shall be governed by the~prescriptions of cann. 424, 425, and 516. 39 15,659 | without prejudice to the prescriptions of institutes of~consecrated 40 16,667 | to observe diligently the prescriptions of the~Church in conscientiously 41 16,674 | according to the liturgical prescriptions of his own Church sui iuris, 42 16,683 | according the liturgical prescriptions of the Church sui iuris 43 16,687 | private homes according to the~prescriptions of particular law or with 44 16,699 | presbyters according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books. 45 16,701 | while observing all the prescriptions of the liturgical books 46 16,704 | excluded according to the prescriptions of~the liturgical books 47 16,710 | chrismation with holy myron, the prescriptions of the liturgical books 48 16,714 | faithful observance of the prescriptions of the liturgical books 49 16,720 | of necessity with~general prescriptions having taken counsel with 50 16,736 | with due regard for the prescriptions of particular~law. 2. Due 51 16,742 | carried out according to the prescriptions of the liturgical books;~ 52 16,828 | according,~however to the prescriptions of the following canons, 53 16,836 | celebration of marriage the~prescriptions of the liturgical books 54 16,858 | not, while observing~the prescriptions of the canons on mixed marriages.~ 55 16,881 | Liturgy, or according to the prescriptions or legitimate customs of 56 19,910 | designation of guardians,~the prescriptions of the civil law are to 57 19,917 | with due regard for the~prescriptions of cann. 913 and 915.~ 58 19,927 | have been consulted and the prescriptions which are laid down in the 59 20,975 | in accordance with the prescriptions of~law, an office has been 60 21,982 | faculties are governed by the prescriptions for~delegated power. 2. 61 21,995 | Canon 995~The prescriptions of law concerning executive 62 23,1016| with due regard to the prescriptions of can. 1042, the~permission 63 23,1020| with due regard~for the prescriptions of civil law which safeguard 64 23,1020| appropriate council. 3. These prescriptions are to be observed even 65 23,1020| the observance of these prescriptions.~ 66 23,1028| necessary; (2) observe the prescriptions of~both canon and civil 67 23,1040| alienated contrary to the prescriptions of canon law, but the alienation 68 23,1042| Canon 1042~The prescriptions of cann. 1035 -1041 must 69 23,1043| life or at death. 2. The~prescriptions of civil law are as far 70 23,1043| of the Church; if these prescriptions are not observed, the heirs 71 23,1054| as possible and for the prescriptions of can. 1052. 3. In~other 72 24,1162| a possessory action the prescriptions of the civil law of the 73 24,1171| special mandate, or the prescriptions of cann. 1169 and 1170 were 74 25,1188| standing in court; (3) ~the prescriptions of can. 1187, nn. 1-3 have 75 25,1239| with due regard for the prescriptions of~cann. 1071 and 1128.~ 76 25,1291| with due regard for the~prescriptions of the law concerning the 77 25,1349| with due regard for~the prescriptions of can. 1071. 2. The party 78 25,1356| the mode of procedure, the~prescriptions of the canons concerning 79 26,1370| the local hierarch. 2. The prescriptions~of can. 1325 must be observed, 80 26,1380| Canon 1380~The prescriptions of can. 1359, nn. 2 and 81 26,1400| In cases of transfer, the prescriptions of can. 1396, are to be~ 82 27,1459| upon someone against the prescriptions of the canons, is to be 83 27,1466| business or trade against the~prescriptions of the canons is to be punished


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