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   Title, Canon
1 1,25 | that the Church has what is necessary for its~proper ends, especially 2 4,106 | permanent~synod, judges it necessary; (3) at least one-third 3 4,128 | prepare all other~things necessary for the synod.~ 4 4,145 | which are~contained the necessary norms for attaining the 5 7,182 | and documents which are necessary to establish the suitability 6 7,187 | Canonical provision is necessary for anyone to be promoted~ 7 7,231 | in which case it is~not necessary that it accept the resignation 8 7,243 | eparchial curia. 3. If it is necessary or useful~for the eparchy 9 7,252 | eparchial curia. 2. If it~seems necessary the chancellor can be given 10 7,285 | to be named pastor it is necessary~that he be of good morals, 11 7,292 | a priest possessing the necessary~powers and faculties during 12 7,301 | the pastor whenever it is necessary or suitable for fulfilling 13 10,344 | those~which are especially necessary or useful for undertaking 14 10,350 | effective ministry. 2. It is necessary that Sacred Scripture be 15 10,350 | special importance as a~necessary source of doctrine and of 16 10,350 | ecumenism is to be one of~the necessary considerations of each and 17 11,408 | persons who excel in the necessary knowledge, experience~and 18 12,452 | Likewise, parents~whose help is necessary in raising and educating 19 12,467 | profession has been made, all necessary steps~shall be taken at 20 12,482 | life of a hermit, it is necessary that~the member has obtained 21 12,488 | to be~observed, with the necessary adaptations. 4. The monastery 22 12,524 | the director, if this is necessary, who are subject to the 23 12,537 | bishop. In each case it is necessary that all this be~certain 24 12,552 | superior,~although it is not necessary that they be formally proven. 25 14,589 | to be equipped with~the necessary skills and ability; they 26 15,627 | means of education that are necessary or~useful. 3. Parents are 27 15,636 | demand their removal,~if necessary for reasons of faith or 28 15,651 | means, and therefore it is~necessary to vindicate the right everywhere 29 16,676 | only those things which are necessary for validity.~ 30 16,681 | be licitly baptized it is necessary that: ~(1) there is a founded 31 16,685 | role of a sponsor it is~necessary that he or she: (1) be initiated 32 16,692 | Canon 692~It is necessary that those who are baptized 33 16,789 | are observed, making any necessary adaptations.~ 34 16,799 | for the external forum is necessary, even if the~occult impediment 35 16,819 | consent to be valid it is necessary that the contracting parties 36 16,837 | celebration of marriage, it is necessary that~the parties be present 37 16,846 | consent can be proven it is necessary that the consent be given 38 17,896 | obligation except what~is necessary can be imposed on the Christian 39 17,901 | to be~observed with the necessary adaptations, provided they 40 19,910 | guardians himself if it is necessary.~ 41 19,934 | counsel is required~with the necessary information and to see that 42 21,989 | been granted whatever is necessary to exercise that power.~ 43 22,1003| superior authority considers it necessary; the~superior authority 44 23,1007| temporal goods that~are necessary to pursue its proper ends, 45 23,1011| Christian faithful whatever is necessary to attain the ends proper 46 23,1012| Canon 1012~1. Whenever it is necessary for the good of the eparchy, 47 23,1021| hierarch. 3. Insofar~as it is necessary, each eparchy is to establish 48 23,1028| purpose,~insofar as it is necessary; (2) observe the prescriptions 49 23,1048| of the local hierarch is necessary;~he is not to give his consent 50 23,1054| hierarch, only for a just and necessary reason, may~reduce, moderate 51 24,1063| the bond as well as other~necessary officials, appointed by 52 24,1087| appointed judges; when it is~necessary, one of them can be employed 53 24,1095| by law~or it is clearly necessary from the nature of the matter. 54 24,1095| intervention is presumed to be necessary in a further instance.~ 55 24,1110| as often as it is~judged necessary in order to avoid a seriously 56 24,1122| trial~with it unless it is necessary to try them separately or 57 24,1129| or the~judge decides are necessary to expedite the process. 58 24,1139| procurator or~an advocate are necessary. 2. The accused, however, 59 24,1142| security is furnished if necessary; the judicial~acts, however, 60 24,1144| advocate to take effect,~it is necessary that they be informed and 61 24,1163| that in the~meantime the necessary maintenance is provided, 62 25,1190| judge perceives~that it is necessary to call the parties together 63 25,1200| curator or procurator who is necessary in~accordance with the norms 64 25,1251| believes such a reexamination necessary~or useful, provided, however, 65 25,1259| explanations which may~seem necessary.~ 66 25,1262| the acts of the case if necessary and be~present at the discharging 67 25,1272| issuing a new citation if necessary.~ 68 25,1275| indemnity to the other party, if necessary. 2. ~If both the petitioner 69 25,1277| whose intervention seems necessary.~ 70 25,1281| 1~if the judge thinks it necessary.~ 71 25,1337| provisions or payments for necessary sustenance or if~some other 72 26,1394| completed~the instruction if necessary; (3) finally determine whether 73 27,1405| insofar as they are truly necessary to provide more aptly for 74 27,1410| preserve for him~what is necessary for his decent support, 75 27,1422| name of the offender or necessary~for repairing the scandal.~ 76 27,1435| suspended whenever this is necessary to provide for the needs 77 28,1470| the curia if~they are not necessary for the procedure for imposing 78 29,1518| authority is to~seek out the necessary information and proofs;


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