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   Title, Canon
1 4,64 | someone to be considered~suitable for the patriarchal dignity 2 6,168 | least three of the more suitable candidates and send the 3 7,180 | person to be considered suitable for the episcopate, it is 4 7,182 | Canon 182~1. Candidates suitable for the episcopate can be 5 7,182 | findings to the patriarch at a suitable time prior to the convocation 6 7,183 | they~consider worthy and suitable before the Lord. 3. For 7 7,211 | hierarchs must see that suitable and dignified support is 8 7,220 | to see that a worthy and suitable eparchial bishop be assigned 9 7,233 | or~syncellus or another suitable priest designated by the 10 7,233 | of a protosyncellus. At a suitable time the eparchial~bishop 11 7,240 | in~that assembly. 2. At a suitable time the eparchial bishop 12 7,240 | is also to see that, at a suitable time, all who are summoned 13 7,263 | bishop himself, and~of other suitable persons expert even if possible, 14 7,273 | Christian faithful, if it is suitable, the~eparchial bishop can 15 7,284 | superior is to propose a suitable~priest of his institute 16 7,285 | on the one whom he judges suitable without any partiality; 17 7,296 | visitation or at another suitable time; the~pastor is to take 18 7,297 | iuris, is to provide for the~suitable support and housing of the 19 7,301 | whenever it is necessary or suitable for fulfilling the proper 20 7,305 | of religious to propose a suitable priest of his institute 21 8,315 | petition from the patriarch suitable~presbyters to undertake 22 10,331 | who are already considered suitable by certain signs for~steadfastly 23 10,332 | so that, whether by the suitable number of students or the 24 10,340 | there are~to be on hand a suitable number of teachers properly 25 10,340 | major seminaries, possessing suitable academic degrees. 2. The 26 10,344 | of life. 2. ~Assisted by suitable spiritual direction students 27 10,349 | of God, and be~made more suitable for carrying out the ministry 28 10,361 | long as he is~prepared and suitable for carrying out the ministry 29 10,366 | secretly if appropriate, suitable testimonials concerning 30 10,368 | that they may become~more suitable instruments of Christ, the 31 10,372 | the hierarch has judged suitable for promoting~the sacred 32 10,374 | particular law to establish suitable~means for pursuing this 33 10,380 | preaching, catechesis and other suitable~means, but especially by 34 10,385 | first provide for~their own suitable sustenance and for the fulfillment 35 10,390 | Clerics have the right to a suitable sustenance and to receive 36 10,390 | families, if they are married, suitable pension funds, social~security 37 10,391 | purpose of pursuing ends suitable to the clerical state. However, 38 11,404 | of~acquiring a knowledge, suitable to their capacity and condition,~ 39 12,421 | state, and they are to make suitable provision for their personal 40 12,456 | under the~direction of a suitable member. 2. In order that 41 12,459 | the virtues, to engage in suitable exercises to root out vices 42 12,461 | to profession if judged suitable,~otherwise the novice is 43 12,461 | remains~whether a novice is suitable, the time of novitiate can 44 12,514 | It shall be provided in suitable~norms of the statutes that 45 12,515 | that this be done after suitable prior consultation. 3. The 46 12,539 | superiors shall see to it that suitable confessors are~available 47 15,615 | sacred preaching are held at suitable times for the spiritual~ 48 15,627 | society and even fostered by suitable assistance in~accordance 49 15,655 | Sacred~Scriptures. Therefore suitable and correct translations, 50 16,710 | to be~observed with the suitable due precautions.~ 51 16,720 | individual penitents within a suitable time so that, through no 52 16,785 | and place to prevent with suitable means every danger of an~ 53 16,865 | separation of the spouses, suitable provision is to be~made 54 16,889 | religion. 2. All who have the suitable use of reason~are capable 55 19,926 | until he has~appointed a suitable administrator.~ 56 20,940 | office, a person must be suitable, that is, endowed with those 57 20,948 | a place and time~that is suitable to them; and the notice 58 20,977 | support is seen to for a suitable time, unless it is provided~ 59 22,998 | compensation or by some other suitable~means the controversy may 60 24,1068| eparchial bishops. 2. If suitable judges and other~tribunal 61 24,1103| controversy as well as indicating suitable ways~of reaching such a 62 24,1142| mandate provided that~some suitable security is furnished if 63 24,1147| fined or punished with~other suitable penalties.~ 64 24,1160| otherwise be repaired and suitable security for its repair 65 25,1198| is to furnish the parties suitable time to present and complete 66 25,1272| neither appeared nor offered a suitable excuse for being absent, 67 25,1274| litis) and has not offered~a suitable excuse: (1) the judge is 68 26,1395| another office, if he is~suitable for this, or through a pension, 69 27,1405| own laws strengthen~with a suitable penalty divine law or ecclesiastical 70 27,1424| repented, and, moreover, suitable provisions have been made 71 28,1468| personally or through another suitable person about the facts and~


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