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   Title, Canon
1 2,28 | disciplinary patrimony, culture and circumstances of history of a~distinct 2 3,47 | special laws enacted for those circumstances are to be observed.~ 3 4,128 | is given, for the various circumstances~which occur during the vacancy 4 4,137 | patriarchal Church and also the circumstances of time and~place.~ 5 4,140 | discipline with the current circumstances of~the time, taking into 6 6,170 | year and~whenever special circumstances require it or matters of 7 7,211 | certain cases due to special circumstances other~provisions are made 8 7,212 | bishop. 2. In more serious circumstances, even~of a personal nature, 9 7,236 | is convened as often as circumstances warrant it in the judgment 10 7,272 | the eparchy, if pastoral circumstances recommend it, a pastoral 11 7,278 | found in more difficult circumstances or are beset with problems. 12 7,285 | After he has weighed all the circumstances, the eparchial bishop is 13 7,287 | of presbyters or in other circumstances. 2. In the same parish there 14 7,297 | after considering all the circumstances of person~and place, is 15 7,302 | parochial ministry~and if circumstances warrant it, to substitute 16 8,311 | which, because of~special circumstances, is not erected as an eparchy, 17 10,333 | iuris, on account of special circumstances students of another Church 18 10,337 | accommodated to special circumstances, is~put into effect and 19 11,406 | impelling force in those~circumstances in which people can hear 20 12,545 | council, on account of special circumstances, reduces the time of the 21 15,610 | otherwise. 4. In extraordinary circumstances, especially to supply for 22 15,634 | things to the particular circumstances under the supervision of 23 15,635 | especially by particular circumstances of~place and time.~ 24 16,832 | prudently foreseen that such circumstances will continue for a~month. 25 16,863 | having investigated all the~circumstances, is to decide whether the 26 16,864 | customs of the people and circumstances~of the place. 3. In all 27 16,867 | sacraments and the various circumstances of life are sanctified. 28 18,904 | to be constituted, if the circumstances warrant it, in consultation 29 23,1022| legitimate customs and circumstances.~ 30 24,1106| some~loss. 2. In the same circumstances the promoter of justice,~ 31 24,1158| the judge. 2. In similar circumstances a person can obtain an order 32 25,1217| judge along with~the other circumstances of the case; but complete 33 25,1218| Having weighted all the circumstances, it is for the judge to~ 34 25,1240| in secret because of~the circumstances of things or persons.~ 35 25,1254| performed ex officio or unless circumstances of things and persons suggest 36 25,1260| concordant, but also the other~circumstances of the case. 2. In giving 37 26,1366| unless it~is obvious from the circumstances that this would be useless; 38 26,1378| considered the particular circumstances. 3. Also, if a case is concerned 39 26,1395| as the case requires and~circumstances permit.~ 40 28,1468| person about the facts and~circumstances unless this investigation 41 28,1469| to him from new facts and circumstances, that a different~decision 42 29,1499| to the purpose and the circumstances of~the law, and to the mind 43 29,1523| inopportune, due to the circumstances of person or place,~the 44 29,1533| the passage of time the circumstances, in the judgment of the 45 29,1537| taking into consideration the circumstances of the case and the gravity 46 29,1539| to grant under the same circumstances,~with due regard for can.


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