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   Title, Canon
1 3,53 | by the law itself until a new Roman~Pontiff orders it 2 4,76 | enthronement and~that the new patriarch made a profession 3 4,76 | Eastern Churches. 2. The new patriarch must as soon as~ 4 4,131 | his administration to the new patriarch.~ 5 4,142 | the law itself until the new patriarch issues a~decree 6 5,153 | confirmation is~denied, a new election is to be conducted 7 7,183 | the candidates are for the new ballot or who has been~elected, 8 7,223 | canonical possession of the new eparchy within~two months 9 7,231 | administrator of the eparchy, a new~one is constituted by the 10 7,231 | to hold office when the new eparchial bishop takes~Canonical 11 7,231 | possession of the eparchy. The new eparchial bishop~can require 12 7,232 | election or appointment of a new~finance officer is the competency 13 7,232 | his administration to the new eparchial bishop, and, after 14 7,237 | the law itself until the new eparchial bishop issues 15 7,270 | bishop must establish a new presbyteral~council. 3. 16 7,270 | but he must establish a new presbyteral council within~ 17 7,271 | their functions until a new college is~established. 18 7,271 | college by appointment of new~members, otherwise the college 19 10,366 | himself to service of~the new eparchy according to the 20 10,368 | consecrated to~God in a new way by sacred ordination, 21 12,410 | dedicate themselves~by a new and special title through 22 12,487 | admission of the superior of the new monastery sui iuris with 23 12,488 | the novitiate nor make a new~profession, and from the 24 12,488 | make the novitiate nor a new profession, but the effects 25 12,488 | longer~than a year, in the new monastery. When the probationary 26 12,488 | enrolled permanently in the~new monastery by the Superior 27 12,508 | their boundaries, to erect new ones or to suppress erected 28 12,545 | obey the~superiors of the new religious institute and 29 12,545 | she transferred. By this new profession one is fully 30 12,545 | one is fully united to the new~institute, and, if he is 31 12,547 | he or she cannot make a new profession.~ 32 12,562 | profession, the statutes of the new institute are to~be followed. 33 12,571 | Apostolic See to approve new forms of consecrated life. 34 12,571 | shall strive to~discover new gifts of consecrated life 35 15,628 | Church, which has generated new creatures through baptism, 36 15,634 | in accordance with that new creature into which they~ 37 15,663 | original text, but not for new~editions or translations. 38 16,675 | freed from sin, reborn to new life, puts on Christ and 39 16,718 | sin, intent on entering a new life~through the ministry 40 16,764 | law; custom introducing a new impediment or contrary to 41 16,783 | may be~predisposed to that new state. 2. It is strongly 42 16,789 | sentence to~enter into a new marriage unless the person 43 16,793 | custom which introduces a new impediment or is contrary 44 16,844 | renewal of consent must be a new act of the will concerning 45 16,854 | by the law itself when a new marriage~is celebrated by 46 16,857 | the right of celebrating a new marriage~with a Catholic 47 20,957 | group must proceed to a new election~within a month 48 22,1002| that day by a~decree, and a new recourse can be proposed 49 23,1048| juridic person can fulfill the new obligation as well as~those 50 24,1088| remain in office until~the new eparchial bishop provides 51 24,1088| administrator, when~the new eparchial bishop arrives, 52 25,1188| petitioner can properly draw up a new~libellus and again present 53 25,1190| that can be determined in a new decree. 2. If the introductory~ 54 25,1194| suit is pending, nothing new is to be introduced.~ 55 25,1196| serious reason through a new decree at the request of 56 25,1272| available time even by issuing a new citation if necessary.~ 57 25,1274| petitioner who does not obey the new citation, is~presumed to 58 25,1283| can. 1326, 2,~nn. 1-3, if new proof is not admitted. 2. 59 25,1283| interested party. 3. The new proofs are to be published 60 25,1320| prescription of can. 1369, a new~basis for petitioning may 61 25,1320| partially. 2. Moreover, new proofs are admitted only 62 25,1323| ex officio to prevent a new introduction of the same 63 25,1325| an appellate tribunal if new and serious proofs or arguments 64 25,1325| the presentation of the new proofs and arguments, the 65 25,1325| settle by decree whether a new presentation of~the case 66 25,1325| higher~tribunal to obtain a new presentation of the case 67 25,1326| which undoubtedly prove new~facts which demand a contrary 68 25,1351| heard, the judge can decree new proofs only in accordance 69 26,1363| instruction of the case by a new decree if the parties~were 70 26,1368| ordinary examination of a new grade of trial, after considering 71 26,1369| at the appellate level a new ground of nullity of the 72 26,1370| declared~null can contract new marriages immediately after 73 26,1396| the bishop cannot name a new pastor but meanwhile is 74 28,1469| whenever it appears to him from new facts and circumstances, 75 28,1479| arisen~a need to collect new proofs, the tribunal, delaying 76 28,1479| the case, is to gather the new proofs.~


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