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   Title, Canon
1 7,257 | copy of documents which are~public by their nature and which 2 10,383 | are~forbidden to assume public offices which entail a participation~ 3 10,383 | exemption from exercising public~functions and offices alien 4 12,410 | and special title through public vows of obedience,~chastity 5 12,415 | matters which pertain to the public celebration of~divine worship, 6 12,504 | the members make the three public vows of obedience, chastity 7 13,573 | the Church and are called public associations. ~2. Other 8 13,574 | the Church or to promote public worship or which aim~at 9 15,640 | study of all cultures in a~public, stable and universal manner; 10 15,642 | erection or approval must be by public document. 2. Within the 11 15,654 | technical means and intended for public distribution.~ 12 15,656 | intended for either the public or the private use of the 13 16,668 | of the Church, is called public; if not,~it is called private. 14 16,668 | the regulation of divine public~worship the competent authority 15 16,689 | paternity is proven with some~public document or by his own declaration 16 16,714 | 714~1. In churches where public divine worship and, at least 17 16,762 | bond, sacred orders or a public perpetual vow of chastity, 18 16,781 | consent be expressed in a public form and, when at least 19 16,791 | forum is considered to be a public one; otherwise it is an 20 16,795 | follow: (1) holy orders; (2) ~public perpetual vows of chastity 21 16,795 | as well as of the one of public~perpetual vow of chastity 22 16,796 | ecclesiastical law, whether public or occult, except the impediment 23 16,799 | impediment should become public later.~ 24 16,805 | Persons who are bound by a public perpetual vow of chastity 25 16,810 | 810~1. The impediment of public propriety arises: (1) from 26 16,810 | established; (2) from~notorious or public concubinage; (3) from the 27 16,845 | If the impediment is a public one, the consent is to be~ 28 16,877 | not be granted it without public scandal to the Christian 29 16,885 | Canon 885~Veneration through public cult is permitted only to 30 16,889 | law itself. 4. A vow is public if it is accepted in the~ 31 24,1094| contentious cases in which the public good could be at stake and 32 24,1094| obligation~to provide for the public good.~ 33 24,1095| judge whether or not the public good could be at stake unless~ 34 24,1101| notaries draw up warrant public trust.~ 35 24,1110| cases which involve~the public good of the Church or the 36 24,1139| minors or a case in which a public good is called into~question, 37 24,1154| extinguished;~(2) if the public good so requires, the hierarch 38 24,1165| rights which pertain to the public good, or~concerning other 39 25,1192| are to be made through the public postal services,~with an 40 25,1209| declaration before a~notary public or in any other legitimate 41 25,1211| doubt for the sake of the public interest.~ 42 25,1213| testimony in cases where the public~good is at stake; the judge, 43 25,1217| some private matter and the public~good is not at stake the 44 25,1217| cases~which concern the public good, however, a judicial 45 25,1220| proof by means of both public and private~documents is 46 25,1221| Canon 1221~1. Public ecclesiastical documents 47 25,1221| formalities prescribed by law. ~2. Public civil documents are those 48 25,1222| arguments show otherwise, public documents are to be trusted 49 25,1222| for other requirements for public civil documents in the civil 50 25,1281| cases concerned with the public~good, in order to avoid 51 26,1360| when the nullity has become~public, if the marriage cannot 52 26,1376| norms on~cases affecting the public good are to be observed.~ 53 27,1422| remission itself not be made public, unless this is either~useful 54 27,1427| prejudice to particular law, a public reprimand is~to be administered 55 27,1427| shall~be taken that the public reprimand does not result 56 27,1434| Divine Liturgy and in other public celebrations of divine worship. 57 27,1448| Canon 1448~1. One who uses a public performance or talk or publicly 58 27,1453| religious~who has taken a public and perpetual vow of chastity 59 28,1471| cases~which involve the public good, not, however, the 60 28,1473| or can~even prohibit the public reception of the Divine 61 29,1491| those laws which provide for public~order, which determine the 62 29,1518| known without danger of~public or private injury, and present 63 29,1520| salvation of souls and the~public welfare, observing exactly 64 29,1520| form; if there is danger of public~or private harm, so that 65 29,1521| If there is danger of a public or private harm so that


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