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   Title, Canon
1 Prel,2 | Code, in which for the most part the ancient~law of the Eastern 2 Prel,3 | books, does not for the most part legislate on liturgical~ 3 3,52 | council and determine what part they take in it.~ 4 4,143 | patriarchal assembly and can take part in it according to~the norm 5 7,199 | his own cathedral at least part of the divine praises~are 6 7,199 | solemnities in which a sizeable part of the people participate.~ 7 7,205 | eparchy either entirely or in part every year~so that at least 8 7,226 | consultors can~retain any part of the authority for themselves 9 7,270 | the whole council~or some part of it is renewed within 10 7,301 | parish~or for a determined part of the parish. 3. The eparchial~ 11 10,381 | laity and the particular part which they have in~the mission 12 10,384 | are not to have~an active part in political parties nor 13 10,390 | by an obligation~on their part to contribute to the fund 14 12,473 | lawfully prevented take part daily in the divine praises 15 12,508 | Canon 508~1. A province is a part of the same order or congregation,~ 16 12,529 | in respect to a~notable part of the goods. The renunciation 17 12,552 | must be grave, and on~the part of the member, external 18 15,608 | received mandate, are to take part willingly in this~ministry.~ 19 15,614 | strongly recommended as part~of the liturgy itself. 2. 20 15,634 | authority, if for the most part its pupils are non-Catholics. ~ 21 15,651 | Christian faithful for their~part collaborate in this great 22 15,657 | translations intended~even in part for liturgical use, it is 23 16,670 | other Christians and take part in the same, observing those~ 24 16,699 | Liturgy. 2. Deacons have their part in the celebration of the 25 16,707 | any astonishment on the part of the~Christian faithful, 26 16,801 | intercourse, whether on the part of the man or of the woman, 27 16,840 | observing secrecy on the part of the local~hierarch, the 28 16,840 | observing secrecy ceases on the part of the local hierarch if 29 19,929 | such a way~that either a part of it is united to another 30 19,929 | established for the separated part, it~is the duty of the authority 31 23,1021| sui iuris of~which it is a part, is to have a special fund 32 24,1105| 1105~A person who has taken part in a case as a judge, promoter 33 25,1259| what grounds, for~the most part, their conclusions are based. 34 25,1292| determined in the dispositive part of the sentence. 4. In the 35 25,1295| of the bond, if they took part in the trial. 2. Next,~it 36 25,1318| one party regarding one part of the sentence, the other~ 37 25,1334| those~who can pay only part of the court costs, to a 38 25,1354| completed; the dispositive part of the sentence is to be~ 39 28,1477| that person's advocate take part in the discussion. 2. It 40 28,1480| Canon 1480~The dispositive part of the sentence is to be


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