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ordination 68
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68 ordination
66 appeal
66 function
66 god

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   Title, Canon
1 3,49 | by virtue of sacramental ordination and~hierarchical communion 2 4,73 | bishop according to episcopal ordination, in~the name of the entire 3 4,75 | elected receives episcopal ordination.~ 4 4,86 | metropolitan after episcopal ordination. 2. By virtue of the law 5 4,86 | otherwise. 3. Episcopal ordination and enthronement~must take 6 4,86 | possible of the episcopal ordination and~enthronement.~ 7 4,100 | senior~according to episcopal ordination, will act in their place 8 4,116 | synod according to episcopal ordination presides, after the number 9 4,127 | bishop according to episcopal ordination among the~bishops of the 10 4,132 | the senior according to ordination, who himself is not impeded, 11 5,153 | before he receives episcopal ordination. 4. If however the confirmation 12 6,156 | three months after episcopal ordination or, if already ordained 13 6,173 | senior according to episcopal ordination, who as soon as possible~ 14 7,183 | according to presbyteral ordination. If no one precedes the 15 7,183 | the others in~presbyteral ordination, the one who is senior in 16 7,187 | him. 2. Prior to~episcopal ordination the candidate is to make 17 7,188 | episcopate must receive episcopal ordination within three~months from 18 7,204 | bishop senior in episcopal ordination and subject to that same 19 7,221 | one senior by~episcopal ordination or, if there is no auxiliary 20 7,270 | bishop~senior in episcopal ordination, who is subject to the same 21 7,271 | who is senior by sacred ordination. 6. Whenever~the law establishes 22 7,300 | one senior in presbyteral ordination; and~if there are no vicars, 23 8,314 | be promoted to episcopal ordination. ~In other cases, the appointment 24 8,320 | pastor~senior by presbyteral ordination. 2. He who comes into the 25 10,323 | Spirit received in sacred~ordination to be ministers of the Church 26 10,323 | 2. In virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished 27 10,325 | 325~In virtue of sacred ordination clerics are distinguished 28 10,326 | degrees of orders by sacred ordination itself; but they cannot 29 10,353 | diaconal internship before ordination to the presbyterate.~ 30 10,355 | Canon 355~Candidates for ordination are to be properly taught 31 10,358 | Canon 358~Through diaconal ordination a man is enrolled as a cleric 32 10,368 | God in a new way by sacred ordination, so that they may become~ 33 10,394 | validly received, sacred ordination never becomes invalid. A 34 10,394 | the invalidity of sacred ordination; (2) by the legitimate infliction 35 10,396 | the invalidity of sacred ordination~has been declared, loss 36 12,428 | institute~as a cleric by ordination as a deacon, or, in case 37 12,560 | the society by diaconal ordination or, in the case of a cleric~ 38 12,565 | cleric in virtue~of diaconal ordination in the eparchy for whose 39 13,575 | bishops senior in episcopal ordination, for associations open to 40 13,583 | bishops~according to episcopal ordination; (2) by an eparchial bishop,~ 41 16,672 | with holy myron and~sacred ordination cannot be repeated. 2. If 42 16,743 | 743~Through sacramental ordination celebrated by a bishop in 43 16,744 | validly administers sacred ordination by the imposition of hands 44 16,745 | Canon 745~Episcopal ordination is reserved according to 45 16,748 | 1. With regard to sacred ordination, for one who is enrolled 46 16,748 | with regard to the sacred ordination of one who~is already enrolled 47 16,749 | from celebrating a~sacred ordination without the permission of 48 16,754 | is able to receive sacred ordination validly.~ 49 16,769 | admits a candidate for sacred ordination~should obtain: (1) the declaration 50 16,769 | certificate of the last sacred ordination or, if it~is the case of 51 16,769 | case of the first sacred ordination, a certificate of~baptism 52 16,771 | pastor before the sacred~ordination. 3. The eparchial bishop 53 16,774 | 774~1. After the sacred ordination has been celebrated, the 54 16,774 | place and date of~the sacred ordination are to be recorded in a 55 16,774 | authentic certificate of the ordination~which was received to each 56 16,774 | registration of the sacred ordination is recorded in the special 57 16,775 | send a notification~of the ordination of each deacon to the pastor 58 20,956 | who is senior by sacred ordination, or, among religious, the 59 24,1084| concerning the bond of sacred ordination; (2) cases concerning the 60 24,1084| are senior by~episcopal ordination; in other instances, the 61 24,1087| bishops senior by episcopal ordination, can permit other members~ 62 24,1096| concerning the nullity of sacred ordination or the nullity or~dissolution 63 26,1385| impugn the validity of sacred ordination.~ 64 26,1386| attacking the validity of sacred ordination~must be sent to the competent 65 26,1387| confirmed the nullity of sacred ordination the cleric loses all rights 66 27,1459| have conferred episcopal ordination upon someone~without a mandate 67 27,1459| and the one who accepted ordination from them in this manner, 68 27,1459| diaconal or presbyteral ordination upon someone against the


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