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   Title, Canon
1 2,31 | the Christian faithful to~transfer to another Church sui iuris.~ 2 2,32 | 32~1. No one can validly transfer to another Church sui iuris~ 3 2,32 | sui iuris~who petition to transfer to another Church sui iuris 4 2,32 | eparchies consent to the transfer in writing.~ 5 2,33 | A wife is at liberty to transfer to the Church of the husband 6 2,34 | case of a mixed~marriage, transfer to another Church sui iuris, 7 2,34 | sui iuris, the children transfer only if both~parents consent. 8 2,36 | Canon 36~The transfer to another Church sui iuris 9 2,37 | certain Church sui iuris or transfer to~another Church sui iuris 10 3,51 | personally or through others, to~transfer, suspend or dissolve it, 11 4,85 | hierarchical status and transfer the eparchial see. 2. ~With 12 4,85 | for a grave reason, to transfer~a metropolitan, eparchial 13 4,108 | consent of the same synod, to~transfer, postpone, suspend and dissolve 14 4,133 | preside at the synod, to transfer, postpone, suspend or dissolve~ 15 4,142 | preside at it; and also to transfer, postpone, suspend and dissolve~ 16 6,159 | discussed in it, to preside, transfer,~postpone, suspend or dissolve 17 7,219 | the death, resignation,~transfer or privation of office of 18 7,223 | Canon 223~In the case of a transfer to another eparchial see, 19 7,223 | the notification of the transfer. In the interim, in the 20 7,237 | personally or through~another, to transfer, postpone, suspend, or dissolve 21 7,297 | expiration of term, removal or transfer. 2. ~When a pastor has completed 22 10,361 | Church, is~not to be denied a transfer in enrollment or a move 23 10,365 | Canon 365~1. For licit transfer in or move to another eparchy 24 10,365 | also required for the licit transfer~to an eparchy of another 25 12,450 | unless it is a case of lawful transfer.~ 26 12,487 | Canon 487~1. A member cannot transfer from one monastery sui iuris 27 12,487 | confederation. 2. For a transfer from a~non-confederated 28 12,487 | the monastery to which the transfer is sought is subject~to 29 12,487 | sui iuris~from which the transfer is sought. 4. For a valid 30 12,487 | is sought. 4. For a valid transfer to~a monastery of another 31 12,487 | See is required. 5. The transfer occurs by the admission 32 12,488 | and from the day of the transfer he loses all rights~and 33 12,488 | take place from the~day of transfer, unless the superior of 34 12,488 | previous monastery. 3. In the transfer from a monastery sui~iuris 35 12,488 | to the monastery to which transfer~occurs, from the day of 36 12,488 | occurs, from the day of the transfer, without the revenues that~ 37 12,521 | Canon 521~The erection, transfer and suppression of the location 38 12,544 | Church~a member can validly transfer to another religious institute 39 12,544 | which he or she wishes to transfer, or,~if a member wants to 40 12,544 | or,~if a member wants to transfer to a monastery, of the superior 41 12,544 | 2. A member can validly transfer~from a congregation of eparchial 42 12,544 | religious~institute to which the transfer is to be made, after consultation~ 43 12,544 | congregation from which the~transfer is to be made, with the 44 12,544 | the member cannot~validly transfer to another religious institute 45 12,544 | required for the validity of a transfer to a religious institute 46 12,545 | professed at the~moment of transfer shall publicly make profession 47 12,562 | Canon 562~1. In the case of transfer to another society of living 48 12,562 | the~society from which the transfer is being made and, if it 49 12,562 | if it is in~regard to a transfer to a society of another 50 16,880 | the Church can establish,~transfer or suppress feast days and 51 16,880 | particular law can constitute, transfer or suppress~feast days and 52 20,965 | law, by resignation, by transfer, by removal and by privation. 53 20,972 | Canon 972~1. Transfer can be effected only by 54 20,972 | being conferred. 2. If a transfer is to be~made against the 55 20,972 | forward arguments against the transfer. 3. To take effect a transfer 56 20,972 | transfer. 3. To take effect a transfer must~be communicated in 57 20,973 | 973~1. In the case of a transfer, the prior office becomes 58 26,1388| Canon 1388~In the removal or transfer of pastors, cann. 1389-1400 59 26,1397| bishop is to propose the transfer to him in writing and~persuade 60 26,1399| which favor or oppose the transfer with the two pastors chosen 61 26,1399| decides~to implement the transfer, he is to repeat the paternal 62 26,1399| eparchial bishop thinks the transfer must~be made, he is to issue 63 26,1399| is to issue a decree of transfer stating that the~parish 64 26,1400| Canon 1400~In cases of transfer, the prescriptions of can. 65 27,1430| the same applies to~penal transfer to another office. 2. Deprivation 66 27,1465| Christian~faithful whatever to transfer to another Church sui iuris,


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