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   Title, Canon
1 7,238| rector of the eparchial major seminary; (5) the~protopresbyters; ( 2 7,305| church is connected with a seminary~or other college which is 3 7,305| presbyters, the rector of~the seminary or college is, at the same 4 10,331| Canon 331~1. In the minor seminary, in the first place those 5 10,331| are equivalent to a~minor seminary. 2. In the major seminary, 6 10,331| seminary. 2. In the major seminary, the vocation of~those who 7 10,332| Canon 332~1. A minor seminary may be erected in any eparchy 8 10,332| resources permit it. 2. A major seminary is to be established which~ 9 10,333| if it is preferred that a seminary, especially minor seminaries, 10 10,333| be admitted into the same seminary.~ 11 10,334| Canon 334~1. A seminary is erected by the eparchial 12 10,334| whose subjects a~common seminary has been erected, cannot 13 10,334| cannot validly erect another~seminary without the consent of the 14 10,334| which erected the~common seminary, or, if it concerns a seminary 15 10,334| seminary, or, if it concerns a seminary erected by the~eparchial 16 10,335| Canon 335~1. A seminary legitimately erected is 17 10,335| itself. 2. The rector of the seminary represents it in the~handling 18 10,335| law or the statutes of~the seminary have determined otherwise.~ 19 10,336| Canon 336~1. A seminary common to several eparchies 20 10,336| by those who erected the seminary. 2. The~seminary is to be 21 10,336| erected the seminary. 2. The~seminary is to be exempt from parochial 22 10,336| governance; the rector of~the seminary or his delegate is to fulfill 23 10,336| pastor~for all who are in the seminary, with the exception of matrimonial 24 10,337| Canon 337~1. A seminary is to have its own statutes 25 10,337| observance of discipline of the seminary. 2. The seminary is also~ 26 10,337| of the seminary. 2. The seminary is also~to have its own 27 10,337| the ordering~of the whole seminary. 3. The statutes of the 28 10,337| 3. The statutes of the seminary need~the approval of the 29 10,337| authority which erected the seminary and who~is competent also, 30 10,338| 338~1. In each and every seminary there is to be a rector 31 10,338| general supervision of the seminary according to the norm of 32 10,338| statutes and directory of the seminary be observed~by all, to coordinate 33 10,338| collaboration in the whole seminary.~ 34 10,339| whomsoever,~even from outside the seminary, without prejudice to the 35 10,339| to the discipline of the seminary. 3. In making judgments 36 10,340| curriculum is set up in the seminary itself there are~to be on 37 10,340| with~the moderators of the seminary for an integrated formation 38 10,341| authority which erected the seminary is to take care~that the 39 10,341| that the expenses of the seminary are met even by the assessments~ 40 10,341| the assessments for the seminary unless~these houses are 41 10,342| to be admitted into the seminary~who, according to the norm 42 10,342| were students in another seminary or in a religious~institute 43 10,343| even if admitted into a seminary of another Church sui~iuris, 44 10,343| iuris, or into a common seminary for several Churches sui 45 10,344| people living in a minor seminary are~to have appropriate 46 10,344| The curriculum of a minor seminary is to consist of~those things 47 10,344| be instructed either in a seminary or a special institute, 48 10,345| be completed in the major seminary, supplementing those things 49 10,345| their formation in the minor seminary, by~integrating the spiritual, 50 10,346| font and culmination of seminary life as it is of the whole 51 10,346| disciplinary norms of the seminary are to be applied according 52 10,348| the studies~of the major seminary, without prejudice to can. 53 10,356| concerning the status of the~seminary, to those who established 54 10,356| superior is to visit the seminary frequently for consultation 55 12,471| experienced moderator in another seminary or institute of higher~studies 56 12,536| experienced moderator, in another seminary or school of higher~studies 57 16,769| letters of the rector of the seminary or the superior of the institute 58 16,769| was entrusted outside the seminary, of the good morals~of the


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