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   Title, Canon
1 4,148 | everywhere in the world he might provide protection and an increase 2 6,169 | considered to be opportune to provide for~an increase of the faith, 3 7,193 | The eparchial bishop~is to provide for the spiritual needs 4 7,262 | in the whole eparchy, to provide for~their preservation, 5 7,278 | with dignity. He is also to~provide that when they are sick 6 7,291 | establish regulations which provide for~the allocation of these 7 7,291 | offerings as well as those which provide~for the remuneration of 8 7,292 | is to issue norms which provide~for the care of the parish 9 7,297 | Church sui iuris, is to provide for the~suitable support 10 10,329 | 2. Particular law is~to provide that either regional or, 11 10,381 | bound~by the obligation to provide assistance to the Christian 12 10,385 | function, let them first provide for~their own suitable sustenance 13 11,409 | remuneration they should be able to~provide decently for their own needs 14 12,412 | obedience. 2. In order to provide~better for the welfare of 15 12,422 | 2. Particular law shall provide whether in houses of less 16 12,479 | requested by that hierarch, must provide such~instruction to the 17 12,542 | shall take care that they provide willingly members~designated 18 12,542 | the pastor, in order to provide for the needs of the faithful,~ 19 14,590 | own hierarchy, they can provide~for themselves, and assume 20 15,627 | beyond their own resources to provide for the overall education 21 15,628 | rights and obligations and provide for the religious education 22 15,645 | responsibility of hierarchs to provide, after due consultation, 23 16,727 | some cases, in order to provide for the welfare of souls, 24 16,735 | an~office are obliged to provide that the confessions of 25 16,783 | pastors of souls should provide assistance to the couple,~ 26 16,837 | otherwise, in which case it must provide the conditions under which 27 19,934 | counsel has~the duty to provide those whose consent or counsel 28 20,947 | confirm the~election or provide for the office successively 29 23,1021| and whose purpose is to provide appropriately for the decent 30 23,1021| each Church sui iuris will provide~for the creation of institutes 31 23,1030| decent wage so that~they may provide appropriately for their 32 24,1094| bound by the obligation~to provide for the public good.~ 33 24,1116| oblige the petitioner to provide an appropriate security 34 24,1163| heard the other~party, shall provide for it most expeditiously, 35 24,1174| parties, the tribunal is to provide by~decree for the selection. 36 24,1176| however, to be simple and provide for brief time limits, observing 37 24,1183| integrum); he shall also provide for the correction of any 38 25,1275| the absence and~also to provide indemnity to the other party, 39 26,1395| the eparchial bishop is to provide for him through an assignment 40 26,1396| pastor but meanwhile is to provide a parish administrator.~ 41 27,1405| they are truly necessary to provide more aptly for ecclesiastical 42 27,1409| indeterminate and the~law does not provide otherwise, the judge cannot 43 27,1435| whenever this is necessary to provide for the needs of the Christian 44 29,1491| exception of those laws which provide for public~order, which


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