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   Title, Canon
1 1,19 | in accord with each one's state~and condition; however, 2 1,22 | of coercion in choosing a state in life.~ 3 4,92 | a report concerning the state of~the Church over which 4 7,192 | obligations proper to their state and that means and institutions~ 5 7,278 | in harmony with their own state~and that they diligently 6 7,282 | religious. This agreement is to state precisely what parochial 7 8,318 | the spiritual and~temporal state of the exarchy. 2. An exarch 8 10,331 | be called to the clerical state, can~be formed to fulfill 9 10,344 | way the free choice of a state of life. 2. ~Assisted by 10 10,364 | by loss of the clerical~state.~ 11 10,382 | things unbecoming to their state, according to the norms 12 10,383 | for those in the clerical state, clerics are not~to take 13 10,383 | offices alien to the clerical state as well as military service 14 10,386 | regard the obligations of his state~of life. If he will reside 15 10,391 | suitable to the clerical state. However, it belongs to 16 10,394 | however, loses the clerical state: (1) ~by a judicial sentence 17 10,395 | cleric who loses the clerical state according to the norm of~ 18 10,395 | rights proper to the clerical state~nor is he further bound 19 10,395 | obligations of the clerical state~without prejudice, however, 20 10,396 | declared, loss of the clerical state does not carry with~it a 21 10,397 | removal of the clerical state to clerics having domicile 22 10,398 | who has lost the clerical state by rescript of the Apostolic~ 23 10,398 | removal from the clerical state from~the patriarch can be 24 11,399 | whose proper and special state is secular and who, living 25 11,399 | enrolled in the religious state.~ 26 11,407 | who live in the married state in accordance with~their 27 12,410 | Canon 410~The religious state is a stable mode of common 28 12,411 | Canon 411~The religious state shall be encouraged and 29 12,415 | what becomes the clerical state, as well as to~various works 30 12,419 | forward a report on the~state of the institutes which 31 12,421 | purpose of the religious state, and they are to make suitable 32 12,426 | perfection of his or her state.~ 33 12,453 | in choosing the monastic state by using~appropriate means. 34 12,462 | Canon 462~1. The monastic state is definitively assumed 35 12,524 | observance of religious state, and, in a clerical order 36 12,531 | definitively the religious~state, lose their own eparchy 37 12,554 | of life of the religious state, under the governance of 38 12,563 | remain each~in their own state. 2. Secular institutes are 39 15,608 | to each one's aptitude, state~of life and received mandate, 40 16,783 | prepared for the matrimonial state: (1) by preaching and catechesis 41 16,783 | predisposed to that new state. 2. It is strongly recommended~ 42 20,976 | who has lost the clerical state; (2) who has publicly defected 43 24,1060| highest civil office in a state; (4) other cases which he 44 25,1239| who, by the law of their state, enjoy a similar right, 45 26,1387| rights proper to the clerical~state and is free of all obligations.~ 46 27,1433| deposed from the clerical~state is deprived of all offices, 47 29,1495| those laws which expressly state that an act is null or that~


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