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   Title, Canon
1 1,19 | or to sustain apostolic~action by their own undertakings 2 3,50 | power through the united action of the~bishops dispersed 3 3,50 | dispersed in the world, which action as such has been~initiated 4 3,54 | bishops~takes collegial action in another manner, initiated 5 4,84 | territory, promote a unity of action among themselves and other 6 4,89 | vain, he himself is to take action against the~cleric according 7 6,169 | fostering of common pastoral action, the supervision of morals 8 7,193 | are to formulate plans of action with the patriarchs who 9 7,202 | meetings, they foster unity of action~and through combined efforts 10 7,276 | to the needs~of pastoral action.~ 11 7,278 | promote common pastoral action; (2) see~to it that clerics 12 7,287 | who directs the common action and~reports on it to the 13 9,322 | through~which unity of action is fostered, common endeavors 14 11,405 | goodwill,~esteem and unity of action between the lay members 15 12,410 | exemplar of holiness,~under the action of the Holy Spirit, totally 16 12,468 | be a fixed rule that an action can always be brought against 17 13,577 | them, and further, if the action of the association~causes 18 15,651 | caring help to the pastoral~action of the bishops, and earnestly 19 16,673 | the Divine Liturgy,~as an action of the Church, inasmuch 20 16,698 | is commemorated with the action of~grace, is actuated and 21 16,782 | there does not arise an action to seek the celebration 22 16,782 | however, there does arise an action for the~reparation of damages, 23 19,933 | occasion for a rescissory action in accordance with the norm 24 19,934 | consent is required, the action of the superior is invalid 25 19,934 | counsel is required, the action of the superior~is invalid 26 20,947 | time has elapsed~without action, the authority having the 27 20,956 | made by common~law, that action has the force of law which, 28 23,1040| whether and what~type of action is to be taken to vindicate 29 23,1040| whom and against whom this action is to be~taken.~ 30 24,1066| law. 2. ~If, however, the action concerns the rights or the 31 24,1076| is located whenever the action is directed~against the 32 24,1079| legacy is the object of the action, with due regard for can. 33 24,1083| that judge before whom the action was first advanced by an 34 24,1083| tribunal before which the action was first introduced. 3. 35 24,1143| cannot validly renounce~an action, instance of trial or judicial 36 24,1149| safeguarded not only by an action but~also an exception which 37 24,1150| Canon 1150~Every action is terminated through prescription 38 24,1152| Canon 1152~1. Every penal action is extinguished by the death 39 24,1152| prescription. 2. A penal action is extinguished by prescription 40 24,1153| Canon 1153~1. An action to execute a penalty is 41 24,1154| Canon 1154~Although a penal action has been extinguished by 42 24,1154| prescription: ~(1) any contentious action that might exist to recover 43 24,1156| can file a counter-claim action against the~petitioner before 44 24,1156| case with the principal action or to remove or~to lessen 45 24,1157| Canon 1157~The counter-claim action is to be presented to the 46 24,1157| judge before~whom the first action was filed even if he were 47 24,1162| and force of a possessory action the prescriptions of the 48 25,1190| the party's insistence on action as mentioned in that canon. 49 25,1194| tribunal before whom the action was begun and is competent 50 25,1232| questioned notwithstanding that action.~ 51 25,1303| perpetuity and by way of action before the judge who pronounced 52 25,1323| parties and gives rise to an action for execution and an exception 53 27,1409| out for initiating a penal action for~the prior offense. 2. 54 27,1411| after the time for a penal action has~been extinguished.~ 55 27,1414| precept, either by deliberate action or by~seriously culpable 56 27,1464| function in~the Church by action or omission, is to be punished 57 28,1469| affirmative, whether the action is to be taken~through a 58 28,1482| proven that the criminal action is terminated.~ 59 28,1483| trial itself a contentious action for~the repairing of damages 60 29,1507| insofar as it responds to the action of the Holy Spirit in the


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