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   Title, Canon
1 4,67 | observed,~every contrary custom being reprobated unless it is 2 4,74 | two available days after being notified, the one who is~ 3 4,119 | the patriarchal Church is being held, the decision on this 4 7,185 | the Roman~Pontiff, secrecy being observed by all who in any 5 7,192 | consider~the non-baptized as being committed to him in the 6 7,241 | assembly, the votes of others being only consultative. He is 7 10,330 | other Churches sui iuris being careful that the character 8 12,412 | their~supreme superior, being bound by the obligation 9 12,420 | after five years, and after being warned by the local hierarch, 10 12,445 | sure before the Lord as being~truly worthy and suited 11 12,449 | Canon 449~Before being admitted to the novitiate, 12 12,503 | charity toward a member who is being~separated from it.~ 13 12,518 | Canon 518~Before being admitted to the novitiate, 14 12,562 | from which the transfer is being made and, if it is in~regard 15 14,591 | be established so that, being valid cooperators of the 16 15,633 | Catholic schools,~other things being equal.~ 17 16,726 | revoked it. 3. In addition to being revoked, the faculty ceases, 18 16,755 | for the presbyterate from being advanced to the presbyterate, 19 20,954 | determinate, any contrary custom being reprobated. 2. Conditions~ 20 20,972 | for the office which is being lost as well as for the~ 21 20,972 | for the~office which is being conferred. 2. If a transfer 22 22,999 | execution of the decree is~also being petitioned. 2. The obligation 23 22,1003| observed with due adaptations being made; the person making 24 24,1129| otherwise, while cases are being tried before a tribunal 25 24,1153| iudicata). 2. All~other things being observed that are to be 26 25,1187| which judge the case is being introduced, what is being 27 25,1187| being introduced, what is being petitioned and by whom the 28 25,1187| by whom the petition is being made; (2) indicate the~basis 29 25,1245| intelligence~of the person being interrogated, not comprising 30 25,1245| and pertinent to the case~being tried.~ 31 25,1249| while the~witnesses were being questioned.~ 32 25,1272| offered a suitable excuse for being absent, nor responded in 33 25,1273| legitimate impediment for being detained which without personal 34 25,1305| pronounced the~sentence which is being challenged by the complaint 35 25,1314| prosecuted within a month of its being filed~before the judge to 36 25,1315| from whom the appeal is being made must transmit the~acts, 37 25,1316| from whom the~appeal is being made or before the judge 38 25,1318| fifteen days from the date of~being notified of the principal 39 25,1328| executed but~with due caution being taken to indemnify the person 40 26,1391| presbyteral council after their being proposed by~the eparchial 41 27,1401| preclude the offender from~being given to dissoluteness of 42 27,1402| 1. Every contrary custom being reprobated, a canonical 43 27,1402| governing power, all others being excluded.~ 44 27,1444| authority,~or who without being under oath lied knowingly 45 29,1489| Apostolic See are promulgated by being published~in the official


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