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   Title, Canon
1 1,24 | not to be punished with~Canonical penalties except in accordance 2 4,69 | synod is to be declared canonical and can~proceed with the 3 4,73 | notification is made when all canonical~requirements for the episcopal 4 4,76 | soon as possible~about the canonical conduct of the election 5 4,83 | eparchial bishop can do during a canonical~visitation.~ 6 4,86 | a patriarchal letter of canonical provision to a metropolitan 7 4,86 | the patriarchal letter of canonical provision is to be given 8 4,93 | absent~from it except for a canonical reason.~ 9 4,102 | those who are punished by canonical penalties mentioned in cann. 10 4,107 | the patriarchal Church is canonical and any individual balloting~ 11 4,133 | observed;~(5) to conduct a canonical visitation, if the eparchial 12 5,153 | synodal letter about the canonical conduct of~the election; 13 6,159 | observed; (5) to conduct canonical visitations in eparchies, 14 6,164 | who are punished with the canonical penalties mentioned~in cann. 15 6,166 | council of hierarchs is canonical and any individual ballot 16 7,181 | fulfill another function by canonical election according to the 17 7,183 | synod is to be~declared canonical and the election can proceed. 18 7,187 | Canon 187~1. Canonical provision is necessary for 19 7,188 | eparchial bishop must take canonical possession of the eparchy 20 7,189 | The eparchial bishop takes canonical possession of the eparchy 21 7,189 | or patriarchal letter of canonical provision~is publicly read. 22 7,205 | eparchy are subject to the canonical visitation of the eparchial~ 23 7,213 | defined in the letters of canonical provision. 2. The patriarch 24 7,214 | order that~they may take canonical possession of their office, 25 7,214 | must show the~letters of canonical provision to the eparchial 26 7,214 | must show these letters of canonical provision to the college 27 7,214 | bishop show the letters of~Canonical provision to the college 28 7,220 | exercise it unless he has taken canonical possession of the office 29 7,222 | that he has already taken canonical possession of his office, 30 7,223 | eparchial~bishop must take canonical possession of the new eparchy 31 7,224 | administrator of the eparchy takes canonical possession of his office. ~ 32 7,231 | new eparchial bishop takes~Canonical possession of the eparchy. 33 7,270 | within a year from taking canonical possession of the~eparchy, 34 7,288 | acquires the care of souls by canonical provision;~however, he is 35 7,288 | office unless he has~taken canonical possession of the parish 36 7,296 | things which pertain~to the canonical status of the Christian 37 7,296 | which are given about the canonical status of~the Christian 38 7,296 | his delegate~during his canonical visitation or at another 39 8,314 | Church. 3. The exarch~takes canonical possession of the exarchy 40 12,414 | whenever he conducts a canonical visitation there~as well 41 12,415 | as often as he conducts a~Canonical visitation there or whenever 42 12,450 | have been punished with canonical penalties except those mentioned 43 12,534 | In congregations: (1) the canonical effects of perpetual profession 44 12,549 | congregation has the same canonical effects as stated in can.~ 45 12,554 | in what pertains to~the canonical effects unless the law provides 46 12,563 | persons, in respect to all canonical effects, remain each~in 47 15,638 | eparchial bishops, the right of canonical visitation belongs to the 48 15,648 | confer academic degrees with~Canonical effects.~ 49 16,757 | unless he is bound by a canonical impediment or some other 50 16,762 | forbidden its exercise by a~Canonical penalty. (7) a person who 51 16,769 | and his~freedom from all canonical impediments. 2. These documents 52 16,829 | From the day of taking canonical possession of office and 53 16,839 | 839~Before or after the canonical celebration of marriage, 54 16,848 | retroactivity into~the past of canonical effects. 2. The convalidation 55 16,895 | otherwise it produces no canonical effect.~ ~ 56 20,936 | suppress an office and~make canonical provision for them unless 57 20,938 | validly acquired without canonical provision.~ 58 20,941 | Canon 941~Canonical provision, for which no 59 20,943 | determined period of time the~Canonical provision can be made within 60 20,943 | whom it is made, has no canonical effect.~ 61 20,944 | that the possession is not canonical and~provided that this declaration 62 20,961 | Canon 961~If a canonical impediment, which can be 63 20,966 | right with respect~to the canonical provision of the office.~ 64 20,969 | who~is responsible for the canonical provision of the office, 65 20,973 | office becomes vacant~through canonical possession of the other 66 20,973 | prior office until taking canonical possession of the other 67 26,1361| controversy either in the canonical~forum or in the civil forum. 68 27,1402| custom being reprobated, a canonical penalty~must be imposed 69 27,1415| with common practice and canonical doctrine~there is present 70 27,1416| according to~common practice and canonical doctrine there is another 71 27,1433| lay persons in respect to canonical effects, without~prejudice 72 29,1501| canon law observed with canonical equity, ecclesiastical jurisprudence, 73 29,1501| the common and constant canonical doctrine.~ 74 29,1511| a decision is given or a canonical provision is~made; (2) individual


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