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   Title, Canon
1 4,57 | patriarchal Church must~have a permanent see for the residence of 2 4,65 | with~the consent of the permanent synod. 2. The synod of bishops 3 4,82 | will not fail to~hear the permanent synod, the synod of bishops 4 4,83 | with the consent of the permanent synod,~the patriarch can 5 4,85 | With the consent~of the permanent synod, the patriarch can 6 4,90 | with the consent of the permanent synod, in the act of~establishment 7 4,95 | having consulted with the permanent synod~unless there is danger 8 4,100 | without the~consent of the permanent synod. If the matter is 9 4,100 | episcopal members of the permanent synod, then the bishops 10 4,102 | with the consent~of the permanent synod, others can be invited 11 4,106 | with the consent of the permanent~synod, judges it necessary; ( 12 4,112 | having consulted with the permanent synod.~ 13 4,114 | which is comprised of the permanent synod, the bishops of the 14 4,115 | Canon 115~1. The permanent synod is comprised of the 15 4,115 | the~impeded members of the permanent synod.~ 16 4,116 | patriarch is to convoke the permanent synod and to preside over 17 4,116 | impeded or does not attend the permanent synod, the senior member 18 4,116 | can. 115, 3. ~3. If the permanent synod must decide a matter 19 4,118 | Canon 118~Voting in the permanent synod must be secret in 20 4,119 | to the competence of the permanent~synod is to be decided while 21 4,119 | matter is reserved to the permanent synod unless the patriarch 22 4,119 | with the consent of the permanent synod judges it opportune 23 4,120 | Canon 120~The permanent synod must be convoked at 24 4,121 | patriarchal Church, the permanent synod cannot be constituted, 25 4,121 | patriarch~act in lieu of the permanent synod for as long as the 26 4,122 | with the consent of the permanent synod,~is to name a patriarchal 27 4,122 | danger in~delay, of the permanent synod. 3. The patriarchal 28 4,122 | written report annually to the permanent~synod on administration 29 4,122 | whenever it is requested by~the permanent synod. 4. The synod of bishops 30 4,127 | bishops who are members of the permanent synod.~ 31 4,141 | with the consent of the permanent synod or the synod of bishops 32 7,186 | with~the consent of the permanent synod. 2. Observing secrecy, 33 7,210 | needs the consent of the permanent synod, unless a~request 34 7,213 | after having consulted the permanent synod, determines the rights 35 7,220 | otherwise after consulting the permanent synod. If the~month elapses 36 7,231 | with the consent of the permanent synod, otherwise, it is 37 7,232 | otherwise, having consulted the permanent synod. In other cases~the 38 7,233 | patriarch with consent of the permanent synod in eparchies located 39 8,314 | patriarch after consulting the~permanent synod, without prejudice 40 10,357 | with the consent of the permanent synod. 2. What is established 41 10,363 | without the consent of the permanent synod; the patriarchal exarch 42 10,397 | danger in delay, of the permanent synod, can grant the removal 43 12,422 | Superiors are to have their own permanent council, established according 44 12,438 | with the consent of the permanent synod and at the request 45 12,440 | needs the consent of the permanent synod.~ 46 12,486 | with the consent of the permanent synod,~concede the status 47 12,506 | with the consent of the permanent~synod and after consulting 48 12,506 | obtained the consent of the permanent synod.~ 49 12,507 | with the consent of the permanent synod and of the Apostolic 50 13,575 | after consultation with his permanent synod, or the metropolitan 51 13,579 | with the consent of the permanent synod.~ 52 13,583 | with the consent of his permanent synod; or~by the metropolitan 53 15,645 | university students on a permanent basis.~ 54 16,819 | ignorant that marriage is a permanent consortium between a man 55 16,888 | with the consent of the permanent synod, with due regard~for 56 19,928 | patriarch, having consulted the permanent synod, to~suppress juridic 57 23,1036| with the consent of the permanent synod,~for the goods of 58 23,1036| who has the consent of the permanent synod for goods of a juridic~ 59 23,1036| who has the consent of the permanent synod for~those goods of 60 23,1037| 1) the counsel of~the permanent synod if the value of the 61 23,1037| 2) the consent of the permanent synod if the~value of the 62 23,1054| with the consent of the~permanent synod.~ ~ 63 24,1062| with~the consent of the permanent synod is to substitute another~ 64 24,1062| with the consent of the~permanent synod. 3. This tribunal 65 24,1063| with the consent~of the permanent synod; the president, the 66 24,1084| patriarch, having consulted the permanent synod, can permit the eparchial 67 24,1087| patriarch, having consulted~the permanent synod, or the metropolitan 68 24,1127| the tribunal is to be in a~permanent place which is open during 69 24,1148| Insofar as it is possible, permanent advocates are to be appointed 70 24,1152| committed, or, in the case of a permanent and habitual delict, from~ 71 26,1390| communion; (2) incompetence or a permanent infirmity of mind or~body 72 27,1406| with the consent of the permanent~synod. 2. A warning containing 73 27,1453| in concubinage or gives permanent scandal~by publicly sinning


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