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pardon 2
parent 1
parents 38
parish 76
parishes 7
parishioners 1
parochial 35
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77 exercise
77 matters
76 new
76 parish
75 against
74 administrator
74 canonical

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   Title, Canon
1 2,37 | baptismal~register of the parish where the baptism was celebrated, 2 2,37 | case may be, in a Latin parish; if this cannot be done, 3 2,37 | document in the archive of the parish of the Church sui iuris 4 7,199 | sui iuris; also, in any parish if possible, the~divine 5 7,277 | office of pastor of a certain parish; the~eparchial bishop, having 6 7,278 | administered and, finally, that~the parish house is properly cared 7 7,279 | Canon 279~A parish is a definite community 8 7,280 | Canon 280~1. Generally, a parish is to be territorial, that 9 7,280 | A lawfully established~parish is a juridic person by the 10 7,281 | shepherd in a determined parish under the~authority of the 11 7,282 | of religious, can erect a parish in the~church of the same 12 7,282 | persons to be attached to~the parish, the financial arrangements, 13 7,283 | in the territory of the parish and are not exempt by~law, 14 7,284 | names them. 2. To entrust a parish to a~member of religious 15 7,285 | bishop is to confer a vacant parish on the one whom he judges 16 7,287 | parochial care of only one parish;~however the care of several 17 7,287 | circumstances. 2. In the same parish there is to be only one 18 7,287 | Church sui iuris allows it, a parish may be entrusted to several 19 7,288 | canonical possession of the parish according to the norm of~ 20 7,289 | apostolate, and in~the entire parish community; therefore he 21 7,290 | represents the person of~the parish. 2. Sacred functions of 22 7,291 | other clergy attached to the parish are to be put~into the parish 23 7,291 | parish are to be put~into the parish account unless it is obvious 24 7,291 | of the pastor and other parish clergy according to the 25 7,292 | obligation of residing in the~parish house near the parish church. 26 7,292 | the~parish house near the parish church. However the local 27 7,292 | pastor may be absent from the parish for a maximum of one continual 28 7,292 | wishes to be absent from the parish~beyond a week he is bound 29 7,292 | provide~for the care of the parish by a priest possessing the 30 7,294 | Liturgy for the~people of the parish entrusted to him but is 31 7,295 | Canon 295~In the parish there are to be appropriate 32 7,296 | Canon 296~1. In the parish there are to be parish books, 33 7,296 | the parish there are to be parish books, namely, baptismal, 34 7,296 | to see to~it that these parish books are properly filled 35 7,296 | delegate and sealed with the parish seal. 4. In the parish~there 36 7,296 | the parish seal. 4. In the parish~there is to be an archive 37 7,296 | an archive in which the parish books are kept~along with 38 7,296 | outsiders. 5. The older parish books are also to be preserved~ 39 7,298 | Canon 298~If the parish becomes vacant or the pastor 40 7,298 | pastoral function in the parish, the~eparchial bishop is 41 7,299 | The administrator of a parish has the same rights and 42 7,299 | rights of the pastor or harm~parish goods. 3. When he has fulfilled 43 7,300 | Canon 300~1. When the parish is vacant and when the pastor 44 7,300 | an administrator of the parish, the parochial vicar~assumes 45 7,300 | the interim care of the parish; and, if there are several~ 46 7,300 | determine at an early date which parish is considered closer to 47 7,300 | considered closer to which parish. 2. The one who assumes 48 7,300 | interim governance of a parish is immediately to inform 49 7,301 | proper pastoral care of the parish. 2. ~A parochial vicar can 50 7,301 | designated either for the whole parish~or for a determined part 51 7,301 | a determined part of the parish. 3. The eparchial~bishop 52 7,302 | within the boundaries of the parish; if conferred upon him, 53 7,302 | obligation of residing in the parish according to the prescriptions 54 10,352 | liturgical celebration, parish administration, dialogue 55 12,480 | Canon 480~A parish cannot be established in 56 15,614 | of the liturgy itself. 2. Parish priests and rectors of churches 57 15,619 | the Christian family, the parish itself and every ecclesial 58 15,624 | deacons attached to the parish~are bound to render their 59 16,687 | is to be celebrated~in a parish church with due regard for 60 16,771 | made~known publicly in the parish church of each candidate 61 16,838 | is to be celebrated in a parish church, or with the~permission 62 16,841 | marriage on that day in his parish. If a spouse was~baptized 63 16,871 | churches and, if possible, parish churches, churches of monasteries 64 16,893 | territorial boundaries of his own parish;~(3) for those who are present 65 17,898 | Church belongs also to the parish~priest, unless this is forbidden 66 19,912 | the territory of a~certain parish or at least of a eparchy, 67 19,912 | the territory of a~certain parish or at least of a eparchy 68 26,1389| can be removed from the parish by the eparchial~bishop.~ 69 26,1390| legitimately removed from~his parish are especially the following: ( 70 26,1396| all that~pertains to the parish to the one to whom the bishop 71 26,1396| the bishop entrusts the~parish. 2. If there is question 72 26,1396| meanwhile is to provide a parish administrator.~ 73 26,1397| be transferred from his parish which he is~governing usefully 74 26,1397| governing usefully to another parish or to another office, the~ 75 26,1399| transfer stating that the~parish shall be vacant after the 76 26,1399| bishop is to declare the parish vacant.~


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