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ordered 9
ordering 3
orders 71
ordinarily 5
ordinary 49
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72 whether
71 cause
71 expressly
71 orders
71 out
71 suitable
71 way

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   Title, Canon
1 3,53 | until a new Roman~Pontiff orders it to be continued or dissolves 2 7,296 | 3, adoption, and sacred~orders or perpetual profession 3 10,326 | constituted into the degrees of orders by sacred ordination itself; 4 10,327 | ministers, constituted in minor orders, generally called minor 5 10,356 | to be promoted to sacred~orders.~ 6 10,372 | which is required for sacred~orders clerics are not to stop 7 11,399 | Church, and~are not in holy orders nor enrolled in the religious 8 11,408 | those which require holy orders or which are expressly forbidden~ 9 12,414 | patriarch with respect to orders and congregations of patriarchal 10 12,414 | rights with~respect to all orders, as well as to monasteries 11 12,415 | monastery~and of houses of orders and congregations in his 12 12,420 | monasteries or statutes of orders and congregations,~shall 13 12,471 | monks destined for sacred orders is to proceed~according 14 12,472 | dimissorial letters for sacred orders to his members, after they 15 12,493 | order if he is in sacred orders. 2. If a member who had 16 12,494 | perpetual vows who is in sacred orders, if he has~obtained the 17 12,494 | cannot exercise sacred orders until he has found a~benevolent 18 12,505 | ministry proper to~sacred orders, and is recognized as such 19 12,506 | The patriarch can~erect orders and congregations with the 20 12,509 | apply also to houses of~orders and congregations.~ 21 12,511 | superiors and synaxes in orders and congregations have~that 22 12,511 | statutes. ~2. In clerical orders and congregations of pontifical 23 12,516 | shall be finance officers in orders and congregations~for the 24 12,525 | 459-~461 oblige also in orders and congregations. 2. The 25 12,533 | Canon 533~In orders the perpetual profession 26 12,536 | are destined for sacred orders is to~proceed according 27 12,537 | dimissorial letters for sacred orders to perpetually professed~ 28 12,538 | 538~1. In each house of orders and congregations the divine 29 12,538 | can. 473, 2. 3. Members of orders and congregations~should 30 12,539 | The confessors in clerical orders~and congregations of pontifical 31 12,541 | the~statutes of individual orders and congregations in accordance~ 32 12,549 | competent~authority. 2. In orders, an indult of this kind 33 12,551 | apply to all members of orders and congregations. ~The 34 12,559 | who are~destined for holy orders the canons on the formation 35 12,560 | dimissorial letters for holy orders~to be conferred on perpetually 36 15,596 | of the~bishops by sacred orders and by those who, though 37 15,596 | who, though not in sacred~orders, have received the mandate 38 16,756 | someone to receive sacred orders or to deter someone who 39 16,758 | reception of the lower orders according to the~norm of 40 16,758 | admitting married men to sacred orders.~ 41 16,761 | ready to receive sacred orders and that he~accepts the 42 16,761 | the reception of sacred orders.~ 43 16,762 | impeded from receiving sacred orders: (1) ~a person who labors 44 16,762 | matrimonial bond, sacred orders or a public perpetual vow 45 16,762 | has performed an act of orders which has been reserved 46 16,763 | impeded from exercising sacred orders: (1) a~person who illegitimately 47 16,763 | illegitimately received sacred orders while under an~impediment 48 16,763 | impediment from receiving sacred orders; (2) a person who committed 49 16,764 | receiving or exercising sacred orders cannot be~established by 50 16,767 | receiving or exercising sacred orders except in the following 51 16,767 | licitly exercise the sacred orders already received, with due~ 52 16,768 | impediments to receive~sacred orders is valid for all orders.~ 53 16,768 | orders is valid for all orders.~ 54 16,771 | the candidates for sacred orders are to be made~known publicly 55 16,795 | those which follow: (1) holy orders; (2) ~public perpetual vows 56 16,804 | Persons who are in holy orders invalidly attempt marriage.~ 57 21,979 | who have received~sacred orders are capable of the power 58 25,1259| others unless the judge orders that one report be made 59 25,1288| 2, so that, if the judge orders it or if a~party requests 60 25,1325| or the appellate tribunal orders its suspension,~in accordance 61 26,1386| is forbidden to exercise orders by the law~itself.~ 62 27,1430| Deprivation of the power~of sacred orders is not possible, but only 63 27,1430| exercising all or some acts of orders, in accordance with common~ 64 27,1432| some acts of the power of~orders or of governance, to all 65 27,1433| to exercise the power of orders; he cannot be promoted to 66 27,1433| promoted to higher holy orders, and is equivalent to lay 67 27,1446| latter legitimately~issues orders or prohibitions, and who 68 27,1453| chastity and is not~in holy orders, is to be punished with 69 27,1460| their intervention holy orders, an office, a ministry or 70 27,1461| conferred or accepted holy orders through simony,~shall be 71 28,1473| from the exercise~of sacred orders, an office, ministry or


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