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institute 83
instituted 4
institutes 61
institution 5
institutions 5
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62 things
61 baptized
61 civil
61 institutes
61 judicial
61 priest
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   Title, Canon
1 2,40 | Other~clerics and members of institutes of consecrated life are 2 3,46 | other persons and various institutes assist him according to 3 3,46 | times; all these persons~and institutes carry out the task committed 4 3,48 | otherwise, dicasteries and other institutes of the Roman curia.~ 5 4,82 | clerics as well as members~of institutes of consecrated life of the 6 4,143 | confederations, superiors general of~institutes of consecrated life and 7 7,195 | vocations, vocations to institutes of consecrated life and 8 7,205 | visit members of religious~institutes as well as those of societies 9 7,238 | some superiors of other institutes of consecrated life which 10 7,289 | of members of religious institutes or societies of common life 11 10,331 | apostolic works. ~Other institutes which, according to their 12 10,357 | of religious or, also, in institutes or in~associations which 13 10,380 | ministry and to the life in institutes of consecrated life, promoting 14 11,404 | universities or faculties or in institutes of religious science by 15 12 | well as Members of Other Institutes~of Consecrated Life~ 16 12,412 | better for the welfare of institutes and for the needs of the~ 17 12,412 | the common welfare, exempt~institutes of consecrated life from 18 12,413 | Canon 413~Religious institutes are subject with respect 19 12,415 | religious discipline of the~institutes safeguarding their own character 20 12,417 | have crept into houses of institutes of patriarchal or~of pontifical 21 12,419 | report on the~state of the institutes which they head to the authority 22 12,419 | authority. 2. Superiors of~institutes of eparchial or patriarchal 23 12,425 | temporal property of religious institutes is governed by~cann. 1007- 24 12,563 | their own state. 2. Secular institutes are of pontifical,~patriarchal 25 12,564 | The members of the secular institutes are subject to the Roman~ 26 12,566 | and suppression of secular institutes,~their statutes as well 27 12,567 | Canon 567~1. The secular institutes, their provinces and houses, 28 12,569 | norms concerning secular institutes.~ 29 12,572 | which are comparable to institutes of the consecrated life 30 13,578 | 3. ~Members of religious institutes can enroll in associations, 31 14,592 | lay persons; to promote institutes of consecrated life through 32 15,612 | Canon 612~1. In religious institutes or societies of common life 33 15,624 | pastors; members of~religious institutes, however, are to assist 34 15,638 | exclusively for the students of institutes of consecrated life that~ 35 15,638 | to the autonomy of those institutes of consecrated life~as regards 36 15,640 | of the gospel. 2. Other institutes of higher education or autonomous 37 15,652 | see that with the help of institutes of social communication 38 15,652 | foster cooperation among such institutes, see to the formation of~ 39 15,659 | to the prescriptions of institutes of~consecrated life, which 40 15,660 | and members of religious institutes moreover need the permission 41 15,662 | topics, members~of religious institutes need also the permission 42 16,734 | any time. 3. ~Directors of institutes of education ordinarily 43 16,769 | bishops or superiors of institutes of consecrated life, where 44 16,874 | Parishes, monasteries and other institutes of consecrated~life can 45 18,906 | schools and especially in institutes of~higher studies.~ 46 19,913 | 913~Members of religious institutes and societies of common 47 19,921 | exarchies as well as other institutes expressly established as 48 20,972 | concerning members of religious institutes~or of societies of common 49 21,984 | 101. 3. Major superiors~in institutes of consecrated life, who 50 23,1021| provide~for the creation of institutes safeguarding these benefits 51 23,1052| which bind ecclesiastical institutes if the income proves insufficient 52 23,1052| general of~clerical religious institutes or societies of common life 53 23,1053| Divine Liturgy to days or institutes different from those determined 54 24,1063| subject to~the patriarch; (3) institutes of consecrated life of pontifical~ 55 24,1063| right; (4) superiors of institutes of consecrated life of pontifical 56 24,1069| consecrated life, except secular institutes, in~which superiors possess 57 24,1069| cases concerning secular~institutes, if the controversy arises 58 24,1069| juridic~persons of various institutes of consecrated life, or 59 24,1172| deposition; (3) members of institutes of consecrated life or societies 60 27,1429| eparchy, without prejudice to institutes of consecrated life. 2. 61 29,1538| essentially constitutes~juridical institutes or acts, or are laws pertaining


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