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   Title, Canon
1 2,29 | he has been legitimately committed are enrolled; if it is a 2 2,38 | Eastern Churches even if committed to the~care of a hierarch 3 3,46 | institutes carry out the task committed to them in his name~and 4 4,147 | in their own Church, are committed to the care of~local hierarchs 5 6,167 | which by common law are committed to~the superior administrative 6 7,187 | function in the Church is committed to him. 2. Prior to~episcopal 7 7,192 | Christian~faithful who are committed to his care, regardless 8 7,192 | that all Christian faithful committed to his~care foster unity 9 7,192 | the non-baptized as being committed to him in the Lord and see~ 10 7,193 | another Church sui iuris are committed is bound by the serious~ 11 7,197 | have the Christian faithful committed to his~care grow in grace 12 7,199 | liturgical life in the eparchy committed to~him, must be vigilant 13 7,206 | the status of the~eparchy committed to him, according to the 14 7,207 | another Church sui~iuris, are committed to his care.~ 15 7,233 | to the Christian faithful~committed to him, the governance of 16 7,243 | governance of the eparchy committed~to him. 2. To the eparchial 17 7,248 | the~limits of the office committed to them, exercise the same 18 7,270 | fulfilling~the function committed to it for the good of the 19 7,306 | Canon 306~1. In the church committed to him the rector of the 20 7,307 | parochial ones, in the church committed to him, and to make the~ 21 8,311 | other kinds of limits and is~committed to an exarch. 2. In the 22 8,314 | possession of the exarchy committed to him by~showing the decree 23 8,320 | exarch had,~unless they were committed to the exarch for his personal 24 10,371 | office, ministry, or function committed to them by the competent 25 10,390 | out the office or function~committed to them; in the case of 26 11,403 | sacred ministers may be committed to lay persons, according 27 12,415 | purpose. ~4. Religious who committed a delict outside their house 28 12,421 | take care that the~members committed to them conduct their lives 29 15,611 | invite to preach to those committed to their care any priest 30 15,614 | preaching to~the people committed to his pastoral care except 31 16,718 | the Christian faithful who committed~sins after baptism, internally 32 16,735 | whom the care of souls is committed by reason of an~office are 33 16,739 | priests for those persons committed to their care in virtue 34 16,762 | ministry; (2) a~person who has committed the delict of apostasy, 35 16,762 | vow; (4) a person who has committed voluntary homicide or who 36 16,763 | orders; (2) a person who committed a crime or an act which 37 16,863 | cause for it, or likewise committed adultery. 2. ~Tacit condonation 38 23,1025| the ecclesiastical goods committed to his care.~ 39 23,1046| executed. 3. When goods are committed in trust to a member~of 40 24,1152| on which the delict was committed, or, in the case of a permanent 41 25,1212| by answering an offense committed by that~party would be revealed. 42 27,1401| illness of those who have~committed offenses, by correcting, 43 27,1409| limits if the guilty party committed several offenses, and the~ 44 27,1409| in favor of him who~has committed an offense for the first 45 27,1412| changed after the~offense was committed, the law more favorable 46 27,1413| Those, however, who have committed~an offense between their 47 27,1416| 1416~When an offense was committed by a recidivist, or if according 48 27,1444| Canon 1444~One who has committed perjury before an ecclesiastical 49 27,1445| however, the same offense was committed against a metropolitan,~ 50 27,1447| especially if the offense was committed against~a patriarch or indeed 51 27,1450| Canon 1450~1. One who has committed murder is to be punished 52 27,1453| appropriate penalty if~he or she committed these offenses.~


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