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1 4,71 | the synod are bound to the serious obligation of observing 2 4,82 | which he presides or more serious affairs, the patriarch will 3 4,83 | particular law. 2. ~For serious reasons and with the consent 4 4,85 | Canon 85~1. For a serious reason, with the consent 5 4,90 | Canon 90~For a serious reason, after having consulted 6 4,104 | Church are bound by the serious obligation to~attend that 7 4,121 | Canon 121~If for a serious reason in the judgment of 8 6,165 | hierarchs are~bound by the serious obligation to be present 9 7,193 | committed is bound by the serious~obligation of providing 10 7,210 | ill health or to another serious reason,~has become less 11 7,212 | eparchial bishop. 2. In more serious circumstances, even~of a 12 7,234 | apostolic administrator due to serious and special reasons. 2. 13 7,262 | term of office except for serious cause in the judgment of 14 7,292 | it. 2. Unless~there is a serious reason to the contrary, 15 10,365 | to be denied except for~serious reasons. 2. If the particular 16 10,394 | Apostolic See to deacons without~serious cause nor to presbyters 17 10,394 | presbyters without most serious cause.~ 18 12,450 | under imminent threat of a serious penalty on account of a 19 13,577 | of the association~causes serious harm to ecclesiastical doctrine 20 15,617 | particularly their bishops have the~serious duty of providing catechesis, 21 15,644 | remove this mandate for a serious reason especially if~the 22 16,671 | death or another matter of serious necessity~in the judgment 23 16,672 | the doubt remains after a serious investigation, they are 24 16,677 | which permission, for a serious reason is lawfully presumed. 25 16,711 | person who is conscious of serious sin is not to celebrate 26 16,711 | Divine Eucharist unless a serious~reason is present and there 27 16,719 | 719~Anyone who is aware of serious sin is to receive the sacrament 28 16,720 | faithful who is aware of~a serious sin is reconciled with God 29 16,726 | be revoked except for a serious reason. 2. If this faculty~ 30 16,755 | superior, only for a most serious~cause, even occult, can 31 16,757 | impediment or some other serious cause in the judgment of 32 16,762 | impediments unless they were serious and external sins perpetrated 33 16,792 | impediment, unless for a most serious reason, after taking the 34 16,794 | but only for a time, for a serious cause and as long as that~ 35 16,797 | without probable danger of serious harm until a dispensation 36 16,840 | the local~hierarch for a serious and urgent reason and also 37 16,840 | of the local hierarch if serious~scandal or serious harm 38 16,840 | hierarch if serious~scandal or serious harm to the sanctity of 39 16,855 | the local hierarch for a serious reason~can permit the interrogation 40 16,858 | Canon 858~For a serious reason the local hierarch 41 16,864 | either of the spouses causes serious danger to the other~spouse 42 19,927 | be suppressed only for a serious reason, after its moderators 43 20,946 | has been made because of serious~fear unjustly incurred, 44 24,1090| assigned unless for a most serious reason, to be expressed 45 24,1115| parties out of malice~or serious negligence can be punished 46 24,1145| Canon 1145~For serious cause the procurator and 47 25,1191| the~citation unless for serious reasons the judge determines 48 25,1196| be changed except for a serious reason through a new decree 49 25,1210| Canon 1210~Except for a serious cause, the judge is not 50 25,1213| Canon 1213~Unless a serious cause persuades otherwise, 51 25,1229| dangerous vexations or other serious evils will~happen to themselves, 52 25,1235| that cannot be done without serious difficulty, it is to~be 53 25,1241| themselves or with a party in a~serious matter the judge can bring 54 25,1243| attention of the witness the~serious obligation to tell the whole 55 25,1281| in order to avoid very serious dangers, the judge can decree 56 25,1283| provided that there exists a serious reason and~all danger of 57 25,1293| longer period of time for a serious reason.~ 58 25,1325| appellate tribunal if new and serious proofs or arguments are 59 25,1332| affect the opponent with a serious prejudice.~ 60 27,1405| be done except for a very~serious reason. If, however, common 61 27,1418| resulted in scandal or other serious harm. ~Nevertheless, the 62 27,1422| given in~writing unless a serious reason suggests otherwise. 63 27,1423| archiepiscopal Churches can for serious reasons by the enactment 64 27,1426| imposed which require some serious work of religion or piety 65 27,1452| 1452~Whoever has caused serious injury to another or seriously 66 28,1480| unless the tribunal for a serious cause decides that the~decision


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