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   Title, Canon
1 1,10 | the Christian faithful are bound to~maintain integrally the 2 1,12 | The Christian faithful are bound by an obligation in their~ 3 1,15 | own responsibility, are bound by Christian obedience to 4 2,40 | of consecrated life are bound~to observe their own rite 5 4,68 | legitimately convoked are bound by the grave obligation 6 4,71 | present at the synod are bound to the serious obligation 7 4,104 | the patriarchal Church are bound by the serious obligation 8 6,156 | enthronement, the metropolitan~is bound by the obligation to petition 9 6,165 | council of hierarchs are~bound by the serious obligation 10 7,180 | good~reputation; (3) not be bound by a matrimonial bond; ( 11 7,193 | sui iuris are committed is bound by the serious~obligation 12 7,196 | The eparchial bishop is bound to present and explain to 13 7,203 | by which the faithful are bound to exercise the apostolate 14 7,204 | or auxiliary bishop, is bound by the obligation of residing 15 7,205 | The eparchial bishop is bound by the obligation of canonically 16 7,217 | the auxiliary bishops are bound by the~obligation of residing 17 7,227 | or a~presbyter who is not bound by the bond of matrimony, 18 7,278 | 4. The protopresbyter is bound~by the obligation of visiting 19 7,289 | teaching, the pastor is~bound by the obligation of preaching 20 7,292 | Canon 292~1. The pastor is bound by the obligation of residing 21 7,292 | parish~beyond a week he is bound to inform his own local 22 7,294 | entrusted to him but is bound to celebrate~it for them 23 7,302 | The parochial~vicar is bound by the obligation of residing 24 8,317 | Canon 317~Exarchs are bound by the obligation of visiting 25 8,319 | Canon 319~1. Exarchs are bound by the law concerning the 26 10,368 | Canon 368~Clerics are bound in a special manner to the 27 10,370 | Canon 370~Clerics are bound by a special obligation 28 10,381 | impediment, clerics are bound~by the obligation to provide 29 10,390 | into practice clerics are bound by an obligation~on their 30 10,395 | state~nor is he further bound by the obligations of the 31 10,397 | patriarchal Church and who are not bound by~the obligation of clerical 32 10,397 | clerical celibacy or, if bound, are not petitioning a dispensation 33 11,407 | with~their own vocation are bound by a special duty to work 34 12,412 | supreme superior, being bound by the obligation to obey 35 12,421 | Canon 421~Superiors are bound by a grave obligation to 36 12,427 | Each and every religious is bound by the obligations to which~ 37 12,431 | bishop or~exarch: (1) remains bound by the vows and by the other 38 12,491 | exclaustrated member remains bound by the vows and other obligations 39 12,525 | which he or she will be~bound by the profession, the administration 40 12,543 | who is a pastor remains~bound by the vows and the obligations 41 12,543 | enjoys the same rights and is bound by the same obligations 42 12,545 | suspended, and the member is bound by the obligation to obey 43 12,561 | members of a society are bound by the obligations which 44 15,598 | magisterium; therefore, all are bound to~avoid any doctrines whatever 45 15,618 | the place of parents are bound by~an equivalent obligation.~ 46 15,624 | attached to the parish~are bound to render their assistance 47 16,667 | sacraments, which the Church is bound to dispense so~that the 48 16,685 | be baptized; (6) not be bound by excommunication, even 49 16,717 | Church sui iuris, priests are bound by~the grave obligation 50 16,757 | already received,~unless he is bound by a canonical impediment 51 16,762 | chastity, or with a woman bound by a valid marriage~or by 52 16,770 | attestation, but is not bound to;~if indeed in conscience 53 16,771 | the Christian faithful~are bound by the obligation to reveal 54 16,781 | by~which the parties were bound at the time of the celebration 55 16,789 | marriage of a person who is bound by natural obligations toward~ 56 16,805 | Canon 805~Persons who are bound by a public perpetual vow 57 16,810 | life of those who although bound to a required form for~the 58 16,881 | The Christian faithful are bound by the obligation to participate 59 21,986 | particular laws by~which they are bound according to the norm of 60 23,1020| immediately higher authority is bound to urge the observance of 61 23,1028| ecclesiastical goods is bound to fulfill his office with 62 23,1033| on his own initiative is bound to restitution,~if the Church 63 24,1086| The eparchial bishop is bound to appoint a judicial vicar~ 64 24,1094| the promoter of justice is bound by the obligation~to provide 65 24,1096| defender of the bond is bound by the~obligation to propose 66 24,1113| tribunal personnel are always bound to secrecy in~a penal case; 67 24,1113| case; they are also thus bound in a contentious case if~ 68 24,1113| 2. They are also always bound and toward all people, to~ 69 24,1113| come in~any way are also bound to secrecy 3. Moreover, 70 24,1135| themselves are nevertheless bound to be present~in person 71 24,1172| arbitrator: (1) minors; (2) those bound by the penalty of excommunication, 72 25,1191| or to the person who~is bound to enter the trial in the 73 25,1229| notaries and others who are bound~to professional secrecy, 74 25,1331| appeal level, he is to be bound by the norms~on appeals; 75 27,1412| Canon 1412~1. One who is bound by the law or a precept 76 27,1425| Canon 1425~If someone is bound by several penalties, the 77 28,1471| trial. 2. The accused is not bound to confess the offense and 78 29,1491| Travelers: (1) are not bound by~the particular laws of 79 29,1491| personal ones; (2) are not~bound by the particular laws of 80 29,1491| that territory; (3) are~bound, however, by the common 81 29,1491| territory; but they are not bound by the same laws if these~ 82 29,1491| present. 4. Transients~are bound by all the laws which are


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