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exempt 9
exempted 1
exemption 1
exercise 77
exercised 17
exercises 25
exercising 33
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80 validly
78 necessary
77 certain
77 exercise
77 matters
76 new
76 parish

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   Title, Canon
1 1,7 | condition proper to each, to exercise the mission which God has 2 1,26 | competence~to regulate the exercise of the rights which belong 3 3,43 | which he can always freely exercise.~ 4 3,50 | college of bishops is to exercise~collegially its function 5 4,76 | faith and the promise~to exercise his office with fidelity 6 4,80 | The patriarch is: (1) to exercise the rights and to fulfill 7 4,80 | the norm of law; (3) to exercise the rights and to~fulfill 8 4,84 | other~Churches sui iuris who exercise their power in the same 9 4,89 | obligation of the patriarch to exercise~vigilance according to the 10 4,97 | patriarch must diligently exercise vigilance over the proper~ 11 4,99 | patriarchs in the same place exercise power recognized or conceded 12 7,178 | immediate, although its exercise is ultimately regulated 13 7,179 | function in the Church they exercise or exercised, are called 14 7,189 | eparchy he~can retain and exercise it.~ 15 7,192 | Canon 192~1. In the exercise of his pastoral function, 16 7,203 | the faithful are bound to exercise the apostolate according 17 7,215 | eparchial bishop, are to exercise their office so that they 18 7,216 | auxiliary bishop can and wish to exercise.~ 19 7,220 | authority, but is not to exercise it unless he has taken canonical 20 7,244 | from office of those who exercise an office in the eparchial 21 7,248 | office committed to them, exercise the same executive powers 22 7,267 | eparchy and at the same time exercise some~function for the good 23 7,271 | term they continue in the exercise of their functions until 24 7,288 | however, he is not allowed to exercise his office unless he has~ 25 7,289 | adolescents and children; to exercise paternal~love for the poor 26 7,302 | parochial vicars are to exercise the rights and obligations 27 10,326 | itself; but they cannot exercise that power except according 28 10,327 | the people of God or to~exercise the functions of the sacred 29 10,371 | However in order that they may exercise a civil profession the permission 30 10,383 | entail a participation~in the exercise of civil power; (2) since 31 10,385 | acquire on the occasion of the exercise of an ecclesiastical office, 32 10,385 | Clerics are forbidden to exercise~by themselves or through 33 10,393 | eparchial bishop or superior, to exercise their ministry in the missions 34 10,395 | 396; he is forbidden to exercise the power of order without 35 11,402 | all~citizens; when they exercise such freedom, however, they 36 11,408 | authority in respect to the exercise of ecclesiastical functions.~ 37 12,494 | returns~to the world, cannot exercise sacred orders until he has 38 12,498 | sacred order is~forbidden to exercise the order unless the authority 39 12,563 | recognized by the Church; (2) exercise an apostolic activity as 40 15,597 | in an ecumenical council, exercise their teaching authority, 41 15,597 | definitively held; they also exercise it scattered throughout~ 42 15,599 | bishops enunciate when~they exercise the authentic magisterium 43 16,762 | or had been forbidden its exercise by a~Canonical penalty. ( 44 16,763 | with an expert, permits~the exercise of that sacred order.~ 45 16,767 | the penitents~can licitly exercise the sacred orders already 46 17,899 | the Catholic Church can exercise his own sacred~order according 47 17,899 | a bishop cannot validly exercise the power of governance~ 48 18,904 | other Churches sui iuris who exercise their power in~the same 49 19,910 | or her rights. ~2. In the exercise of his or her rights, a 50 19,925 | according to its~statutes, the exercise of all of the rights of 51 21,979 | faithful can cooperate in the exercise of the power~of governance 52 21,980 | forum,~the effects which its exercise would normally have in the 53 21,986 | Canon 986~A person can exercise executive power over his 54 21,986 | of the~case; he can also exercise this power over travelers 55 21,989 | whatever is necessary to exercise that power.~ 56 23,1013| from various Churches who exercise their power within the same 57 23,1045| the hierarch can and must exercise vigilance, even by making 58 24,1059| however, does not suspend the exercise of power by a~judge who 59 24,1128| has been impeded in the exercise of judicial power there~ 60 24,1128| judicial power there~can exercise his power and render a sentence 61 24,1147| to be suspended from the exercise of office and fined or punished 62 24,1148| remuneration from that tribunal~to exercise the function of procurator 63 24,1154| excluding suspension from~the exercise of sacred ministry or removal 64 24,1160| an order to restrain the exercise of~a right can in no way 65 24,1161| an order restraining the exercise of a right, can impose on 66 25,1191| who does not have the free exercise of~personal rights or the 67 25,1221| persons have drawn up in the exercise of their function in the~ 68 26,1386| the cleric is forbidden to exercise orders by the law~itself.~ 69 27,1433| lower grade is forbidden to exercise~those acts of the power 70 27,1433| them; he is forbidden to exercise the power of orders; he 71 27,1434| sacraments and sacramentals, to exercise any offices,~ministries 72 28,1473| prevent the accused from the exercise~of sacred orders, an office, 73 28,1483| 1276, an injured party~can exercise in the penal trial itself 74 29,1500| penalty or restrict the free exercise of~rights or which contain 75 29,1540| power of dispensing can exercise it, even~though he is outside 76 30,1542| office which requires the exercise of a sacred~order, according 77 30,1544| that which a person has to exercise or pursue a right but~which


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