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indifferentism 2
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indissolubility 2
individual 43
individually 10
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43 individual
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   Title, Canon
1 4,95 | the other~obligations of individual bishops. 2. The patriarch 2 4,97 | primary obligation of the individual eparchial bishops as~mentioned 3 4,107 | Church is canonical and any individual balloting~is valid if the 4 4,108 | the patriarchal Church, individual bishops can add other questions 5 4,125 | this is not sufficient, the individual eparchies shall share in 6 6,166 | hierarchs is canonical and any individual ballot is valid if a majority 7 7,182 | Pontiff once given for an individual candidate is valid until 8 7,289 | the Christian~life both in individual members of the Christian 9 7,302 | faculty~upon other priests for individual cases. 3. The parochial~ 10 10,330 | students as well as about individual disciplines to be taught~ 11 10,345 | things which, perhaps, in individual~cases, were lacking in their 12 12,414 | in single cases and for individual occasions~only; (3) to make 13 12,473 | Canon 473~1. In individual monasteries the divine praises 14 12,477 | the~superior to admit, in individual instances and for a grave 15 12,541 | determined in the~statutes of individual orders and congregations 16 12,541 | different for a just~cause in individual instances.~ 17 14,584 | expressed in~the culture of individual peoples; namely, in catechetics, 18 14,585 | of the Church. 3. In the individual eparchies a~priest is to 19 16,716 | faithful~make on their own; individual priests should also freely 20 16,720 | Canon 720~1. Individual and integral confession 21 16,720 | same time without prior~individual confession cannot be imparted 22 16,720 | sacrament of penance to the individual~penitents; (2) there is 23 16,720 | sacrament of penance to the individual penitents within a suitable 24 16,735 | given to them to come to individual confession on days and hours 25 16,852 | grant a radical sanation~in individual cases if the validity of 26 16,864 | In the particular~law of individual Churches sui iuris other 27 16,867 | the particular law of the individual Church sui iuris should 28 17,896 | Whether it is a group or an individual, no obligation except what~ 29 17,898 | The right of receiving individual~lay persons into the Catholic 30 18,904 | ecumenical movement in every individual Church sui iuris are to 31 18,904 | there should be~in each individual Church sui iuris a commission 32 18,904 | ecumenical efforts for their individual eparchies, or, if it seems 33 20,936 | the obligations proper to individual offices are defined either 34 21,988 | be subdelegated only for individual cases; if, however, it~is 35 23,1051| the church in which the individual obligations, their fulfillment 36 24,1131| put into writing. 2. The individual pages of the~acts are to 37 25,1258| specify by a~decree the individual points on which the expert' 38 25,1292| The conclusions of the individual judge are to be made known~ 39 25,1293| reasons from~those which the individual judges brought out in the 40 25,1293| for the approval of the individual judges. 3. The~sentence 41 27,1406| sanctions a non-penal law in individual cases,~is equivalent to 42 29,1511| canonical provision is~made; (2) individual precepts by which a person 43 29,1514| motivating cause. 5. An individual decree or precept ceases


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