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71 out
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71 way
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69 do
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   Title, Canon
1 1,7 | accordance with the condition proper to each, to exercise the 2 1,9 | various~prerogatives which are proper to Christians.~ 3 1,25 | what is necessary for its~proper ends, especially for divine 4 2,36 | the local hierarch or the~proper pastor of the same Church 5 2,37 | it is~to be kept by the proper pastor in another document 6 3,45 | groupings of them by~which the proper, ordinary and immediate 7 4,78 | presides is ordinary and proper, but personal. Thus, the 8 4,97 | exercise vigilance over the proper~administration of all ecclesiastical 9 4,146 | regions in which the rite proper to~the same Church is observed 10 6,157 | presides, is ordinary and proper, but personal; thus, he 11 7,178 | in the name of Christ, is~proper, ordinary, and immediate, 12 7,192 | fulfill the obligations proper to their state and that 13 7,281 | the care of~souls as their proper shepherd in a determined 14 7,284 | the particular law of the~proper Church sui iuris. 3. The 15 7,293 | ministry and~to give the proper witness of truth and life 16 7,301 | suitable for fulfilling the proper pastoral care of the parish. 17 10,328 | Canon 328~It is the proper right and obligation of 18 10,330 | Canon 330~1. It is proper for the synod of bishops 19 10,330 | Church. In other cases it is proper to the eparchial bishop 20 10,330 | can. 150, 3. It is also proper to the~same authorities 21 10,340 | after day, having conducted proper preparation, and harmoniously 22 10,371 | permission of their own proper~hierarch is required.~ 23 10,395 | loses with it the rights proper to the clerical state~nor 24 11,399 | Christian~faithful whose proper and special state is secular 25 11,401 | 401~It is above all the proper vocation of lay persons 26 12,415 | not been punished by their proper superior and who have been~ 27 12,421 | lives in accordance with~the proper typicon or statutes; superiors 28 12,437 | carry out religious works~proper to the monastery in accordance 29 12,464 | profession by the superior of the proper~monastery sui iuris with 30 12,505 | it exercises the ministry proper to~sacred orders, and is 31 13,575 | to it, of an association proper to the~institute.~ 32 15,625 | is to be taken that the proper nature of Catholic catechesis~ 33 15,641 | scientific inquiry that is proper to it, so that as time goes~ 34 16,677 | for particular law, the proper pastor of the person to~ 35 16,692 | Spirit and be made more proper witnesses and co-builders 36 16,736 | Canon 736~1. The proper place for celebrating the 37 16,736 | be celebrated outside the proper place.~ 38 16,742 | only the anointing with the proper~formula suffices.~ 39 16,748 | in~a certain eparchy, the proper eparchial bishop is the 40 16,750 | dimissorial letters: (1) the proper eparchial~bishop; (2) the 41 16,752 | letters can be sent from the proper eparchial bishop~to any 42 16,761 | ordained, must give to the proper eparchial bishop~or major 43 16,780 | regulated by: (1) the law proper to the Church~or ecclesial 44 16,780 | ecclesial community, if proper matrimonial law is lacking.~ 45 16,841 | manner prescribed by the~proper eparchial bishop. 2. Furthermore, 46 16,876 | will and as long as the proper~minister is not available. 47 16,881 | to God,~the joy which is proper to the Lord's day, or to 48 16,881 | the Lord's day, or to the proper relaxation of mind and body.~ 49 19,914 | quasi-domicile; either can~have a proper domicile or quasi-domicile 50 19,915 | civil law can also acquire a proper domicile. 2. Whoever has~ 51 19,916 | made by common law. 2. The proper pastor of one who has neither 52 19,916 | actually staying. 3. The proper~local hierarch and pastor 53 19,916 | look after them as their proper pastor, but with the consent~ 54 19,916 | is~to be considered the proper hierarch of these faithful, 55 19,916 | is to be considered their proper~hierarch who has been appointed 56 20,936 | rights and the obligations proper to individual offices are 57 21,981 | governance can be either proper or vicarious.~ 58 22,1002| the particular law of the proper Church sui iuris states 59 23,1007| temporal goods, inasmuch as its proper mission~demands it; therefore 60 23,1007| necessary to pursue its proper ends, especially for divine~ 61 23,1011| necessary to attain the ends proper to~the Church.~ 62 23,1021| the particular law of the proper Church sui iuris of~which 63 24,1084| the particular law of the proper Church~sui iuris. 2. Other 64 24,1102| the written consent of the proper eparchial~bishop or major 65 24,1121| are to be treated at their proper time in~accordance with 66 25,1194| integra; (2) the case becomes proper to that~judge or tribunal 67 26,1357| belong to the Church by proper~right.~ 68 26,1387| cleric loses all rights proper to the clerical~state and 69 29,1499| understood in accord with the proper meaning of~the words considered 70 29,1513| understood in accord with the~proper meaning of the words and


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