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   Title, Canon
1 4,89 | the~hierarch to whom the cleric is immediately subject and, 2 4,89 | take action against the~cleric according to the norm of 3 4,89 | patriarchal Church to any cleric, after having consulted 4 4,89 | he can also subject the cleric immediately to himself while 5 4,89 | patriarchal Church on any cleric with due regard for can. 6 4,89 | eparchial~bishop to whom the cleric is subject or, in the case 7 7,253 | which the reputation of a cleric can be called into question.~ 8 10,357 | Canon 357~1. Every cleric is to be enrolled as a cleric 9 10,357 | cleric is to be enrolled as a cleric either in some~eparchy or 10 10,358 | ordination a man is enrolled as a cleric in the~eparchy for whose 11 10,359 | Canon 359~In order that a cleric already enrolled in some 12 10,360 | rights and obligations of the cleric or bishops are~established, 13 10,360 | bishops are~established, a cleric can move into another eparchy 14 10,360 | the legitimate move the cleric is by the law itself enrolled 15 10,361 | Canon 361~A cleric, mostly for the evangelization 16 10,362 | 362~1. For a just reason a cleric can be recalled from the 17 10,363 | cannot validly enroll a cleric in an eparchy, dismiss him 18 10,363 | grant permission to the cleric to move outside of it: ( 19 10,364 | 364~The enrollment of a cleric in some eparchy does not 20 10,365 | Church or the good of the cleric~himself are required. Permission 21 10,365 | eparchial~bishop releasing the cleric obtain the consent of the 22 10,366 | is not to enroll an alien cleric to his~eparchy unless: ( 23 10,366 | he is convinced that the cleric has the aptitude~to carry 24 10,366 | ministry, especially if the cleric is coming~from another Church 25 10,366 | legitimate document that the cleric has obtained legitimate 26 10,366 | background and morals of the cleric; (4) the cleric~has declared 27 10,366 | morals of the cleric; (4) the cleric~has declared in writing 28 10,366 | completed enrollment of the cleric into his eparchy as soon 29 10,385 | the Apostolic See. 3. A cleric is forbidden to post bond, 30 10,386 | their local hierarch. 2. A cleric who is~residing outside 31 10,394 | never becomes invalid. A cleric, however, loses the clerical 32 10,395 | Canon 395~A cleric who loses the clerical state 33 12,428 | religious institute~as a cleric by ordination as a deacon, 34 12,428 | deacon, or, in case of a cleric~already enrolled in an eparchy, 35 12,488 | and is enrolled in it as a cleric, if he is a cleric. 2. The 36 12,488 | as a cleric, if he is a cleric. 2. The one who~transfers 37 12,545 | institute, and, if he is a cleric, he is enrolled in it as 38 12,545 | he is enrolled in it as a cleric as well. But one who has 39 12,560 | member is enrolled as a cleric in~the society by diaconal 40 12,560 | ordination or, in the case of a cleric~already enrolled in an eparchy, 41 12,565 | institute is enrolled as a cleric in virtue~of diaconal ordination 42 16,677 | he is impeded, by another cleric, a member of an institute 43 17,899 | Canon 899~The cleric of an Eastern non-Catholic 44 20,976 | the~Catholic Church; (3) a cleric who has attempted marriage 45 26,1385| Canon 1385~The cleric himself, the hierarch to 46 26,1386| the libellus~is sent, the cleric is forbidden to exercise 47 26,1387| of sacred ordination the cleric loses all rights proper 48 27,1410| imposition of penalties on a cleric must preserve for him~what 49 27,1433| Canon 1433~1. A cleric demoted to a lower grade 50 27,1433| accord with this grade. 2. A cleric deposed from the clerical~ 51 27,1436| major excommunication; a cleric moreover~can be punished 52 27,1442| ex-communication and, if he is a cleric, also with other penalties,~ 53 27,1445| excluding deposition, if he is a cleric. If,however, the same offense 54 27,1445| did the~same to another cleric, religious, member of a 55 27,1450| major~excommunication; a cleric is to be punished in addition 56 27,1453| Canon 1453~1. A cleric who lives in concubinage 57 27,1453| persists in the offense. 2. A cleric who~attempts a forbidden 58 27,1454| is a confessor, hierarch,~cleric, religious, member of a 59 27,1460| excommunication,~and in case of a cleric, even deposition.~ 60 27,1466| Canon 1466~A cleric, religious or member of


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