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68 impediment
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66 appeal
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66 god
66 hierarchs
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function

   Title, Canon
1 1,7 | priestly,~prophetic and royal function in their own manner; they 2 1,11 | one's own condition and function.~ 3 2,41 | their office, ministry,~or function, are to be accurately instructed 4 2,41 | the office, ministry or function which they fulfill.~ 5 3,45 | collegial, of~exercising this function. 3. There is neither appeal 6 3,50 | exercise~collegially its function regarding the entire Church.~ 7 4,89 | The patriarch can~commit a function of conducting affairs which 8 4,89 | himself while exercising this~function. 3. The patriarch can confer 9 4,90 | matters regarding their function or office.~ 10 4,148 | visitor, before he begins~his function, is to go to the eparchial 11 7,179 | own name, whatever other function in the Church they exercise 12 7,181 | see or to fulfill another function by canonical election according 13 7,187 | which another determined function in the Church is committed 14 7,192 | exercise of his pastoral function, the eparchial~bishop is 15 7,217 | they are fulfilling some~function outside the eparchy or are 16 7,267 | same time exercise some~function for the good of the eparchy. 17 7,270 | no longer fulfilling~the function committed to it for the 18 7,289 | 289~1. In carrying out the function of teaching, the pastor 19 7,289 | 2. In carrying out the function of~sanctifying, the pastor 20 7,289 | languages. 3. In fulfilling the function of governing, the~pastor 21 7,289 | insofar as the pastoral function requires it; to look~out 22 7,291 | performing the pastoral function by~the pastor and other 23 7,298 | exercising the pastoral function in the parish, the~eparchial 24 7,300 | exercising his pastoral function, before the appointment 25 7,302 | assistance in the pastoral function. Between the~pastor and 26 8,321 | after he has carried out his function.~ ~ 27 10,371 | bishop an office, ministry~or function to be exercised in the service 28 10,371 | every office, ministry, or function committed to them by the 29 10,385 | ecclesiastical office, ministry, or function, let them first provide 30 10,390 | carrying out the office or function~committed to them; in the 31 11,409 | required to fulfill their function~properly and to carry it 32 12,431 | 2; having fulfilled the function, the religious must return 33 14,591 | fittingly discharge~their function in the work of evangelization 34 15,596 | only to~bishops; but that function is shared, according to 35 16,684 | sponsor. ~2. In fulfilling the function of a sponsor, the sponsor 36 16,685 | the right of acting in the~function of a sponsor. 2. To assume 37 16,685 | non-Catholic Church to the function of a sponsor, but always 38 16,686 | those who are given the function of sponsor, be instructed 39 16,743 | who are endowed with the function and power the Lord~granted 40 18,904 | bishop with the special function of promoting~this movement.~ 41 20,936 | ecclesiastical office is any function constituted in a~stable 42 23,1033| relinquishes an office or function on his own initiative is 43 24,1091| he wishes to fulfill this~function himself. 3. For a just cause 44 24,1112| they will fulfill their function faithfully.~ 45 24,1129| procurators from exercising their~function before ecclesiastical tribunals.~ 46 24,1142| advocate undertake their function,~they must present an authentic 47 24,1147| who have betrayed their function for~the sake of gifts, promises 48 24,1148| tribunal~to exercise the function of procurator or advocate 49 24,1172| not validly undertake the function of arbitrator: (1) minors; ( 50 25,1221| in the exercise of their function in the~Church, after having 51 25,1258| expert may need in order to function properly and~faithfully 52 25,1259| proceeded in~discharging the function given to them and on what 53 25,1262| discharging of the court experts' function; more-over they can always 54 27,1432| with an office, ministry or function; the extension of the suspension 55 27,1432| of an office, ministry or function. A suspension forbidding, 56 27,1434| ministries, or~any other function in the Church or a pension, 57 27,1445| exercising an ecclesiastical function, is to be punished with~ 58 27,1454| appointed to an ecclesiastical~function (munus), with due regard 59 27,1460| office, a ministry or another function in the Church, is to be 60 27,1462| office, a ministry or another function in the~Church through simony, 61 27,1463| office, a ministry or other function in the Church~would unlawfully 62 27,1464| office, a ministry or another function in~the Church by action 63 27,1464| office,~ministry or other function in the Church, causing harm 64 27,1465| office, a ministry or another function~in the Church, has presumed 65 28,1473| office, ministry or another function, can~impose or prohibit 66 29,1522| cannot validly carry out~this function before receiving a written


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