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   Title, Canon
1 4,57 | transferred except for a most~grave reason and with the consent 2 4,68 | convoked are bound by the grave obligation to be present 3 4,85 | 182-187 and 212; (2) for a grave reason, to transfer~a metropolitan, 4 7,204 | bishop, except~for some grave cause, must not be absent 5 7,283 | exempt by~law, except for a grave cause.~ 6 12,415 | whenever he judges that grave reasons suggest it. 3. The 7 12,421 | Superiors are bound by a grave obligation to take care 8 12,438 | stauropegial one, for a grave reason, with the consent 9 12,444 | failing health or some other grave cause, shall submit a~resignation 10 12,450 | monastery induced by force, grave fear or by fraud or those, 11 12,452 | departure will result in grave harm to souls~which cannot 12 12,464 | and made without~force, grave fear or fraud; (4) that 13 12,477 | individual instances and for a grave reason, into parts subject 14 12,486 | The patriarch can for a grave reason, having consulted 15 12,490 | consent of the council, for grave reasons~and with observance 16 12,492 | life except for~the most grave reasons, pondered before 17 12,496 | leave the~monastery for a grave reason and return to the 18 12,498 | who is the cause of very grave imminent external~scandal 19 12,500 | reasons for dismissal are~grave, culpable and juridically 20 12,527 | and made without~force, grave fear or fraud; (4) that 21 12,546 | temporary vows, requests for a grave reason~to leave the order 22 12,549 | life~except for the most grave reasons. Such a member shall 23 12,552 | reasons for dismissal must be grave, and on~the part of the 24 15,614 | it is only omitted for a grave reason. 3. A pastor cannot~ 25 15,633 | Christian faithful, for a grave reason, to attend a particular 26 16,717 | priests are bound by~the grave obligation of observing 27 16,720 | penitents; (2) there is a grave necessity, that is, when 28 16,720 | competent to decide when such grave necessity exists and can 29 16,721 | confess individually the grave~sins which at the present 30 16,729 | competent authority without grave inconvenience to the penitent 31 16,767 | and there is a danger~of grave harm or infamy, but only 32 16,818 | reason; (2) who suffer from grave lack of discretion of judgment 33 16,825 | entered into due to force or grave~fear inflicted from outside 34 16,832 | the norm of law without grave inconvenience, those intending 35 16,835 | grant it except for a most grave reason.~ 36 16,840 | reason and also includes the~grave obligation of observing 37 16,840 | eparchial curia unless~a most grave reason prevents it.~ 38 16,849 | be granted except for a grave reason~and unless it is 39 16,873 | sordid use. 2. If~other grave reasons suggest that a certain 40 16,874 | occasion of the funeral the grave of the~departed is to be 41 16,889 | 3. A vow made through grave and unjust fear or fraud 42 17,900 | from the~same reception, grave inconveniences are foreseen 43 19,932 | juridic act placed because of~grave fear, which has been unjustly 44 20,954 | directly or indirectly~by grave fear or by fraud to vote 45 20,968 | resignation submitted out of grave fear, which has been unjustly 46 20,972 | the manner of religious, a~grave cause is required and the 47 20,975 | period of time~except for grave reasons and according to 48 22,1000| who can decide it only for grave~reasons and always cautiously 49 23,1020| Every authority is under the grave obligation to see that~the 50 24,1180| null because of their own~grave fault, the arbitrators have 51 25,1219| was extorted by force or grave fear.~ 52 25,1303| under duress from force or grave fear; (4) the trial~was 53 26,1389| reason, even through no grave fault of~his own, he can 54 26,1390| ceasing in a short time; (4) grave neglect or violation of~ 55 26,1390| of temporal affairs with grave damage to the Church~whenever 56 27,1421| penalty extorted by force, grave fear or fraud~is null by 57 27,1445| has caused~him some other grave injury, is to be punished 58 29,1523| it cannot for~some other grave reason be sustained, or 59 29,1539| time there is a danger of grave harm~in delay, any hierarch


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