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   Title, Canon
1 4,82 | or even the patriarchal assembly.~ 2 4,140| Canon 140~The patriarchal assembly is a consultative group 3 4,141| Canon 141~The patriarchal assembly is to be convoked at least 4 4,142| convoke the patriarchal assembly, preside at it; and also 5 4,142| vice-president, who~presides over the assembly in the absence of the patriarch. 6 4,142| vacant, the patriarchal assembly~is suspended by the law 7 4,143| 143~1. To the patriarchal assembly are to be convoked: (1) 8 4,143| the Church in which the assembly is held; (5) rectors of 9 4,143| convoked to the patriarchal assembly must attend it unless~they 10 4,143| invited~to the patriarchal assembly and can take part in it 11 4,143| statutes. 4. To the patriarchal assembly can~also be invited some 12 4,144| discussed in the patriarchal assembly. 2. Through prior~appropriate 13 4,144| send to~the members of the assembly at an opportune time.~ 14 4,145| Canon 145~The patriarchal assembly is to have its statutes, 15 4,145| attaining the goals of the~assembly, approved by the synod of 16 6,172| metropolitan Church sui iuris an assembly is to be held according 17 7,235| Canon 235~The eparchial assembly assists the eparchial bishop 18 7,236| Canon 236~The eparchial assembly is convened as often as 19 7,237| to convene the eparchial assembly and to preside over it personally 20 7,237| becomes vacant, the eparchial assembly is suspended by the law 21 7,238| summoned to the eparchial assembly~and must be present for 22 7,238| members of the eparchial~assembly. 2. The eparchial bishop, 23 7,238| invite to the eparchial assembly others also, not excluding~ 24 7,238| invited to the eparchial assembly.~ 25 7,239| present at the eparchial assembly, if detained~by a legitimate 26 7,239| their name at the eparchial assembly, but must notify the eparchial 27 7,240| treated at the eparchial assembly, only the~eparchial bishop 28 7,240| to be discussed in~that assembly. 2. At a suitable time the 29 7,240| matters to be discussed in the assembly. 3. The eparchial~bishop 30 7,240| who are summoned to the assembly are given an agenda of the 31 7,240| sessions of the eparchial assembly.~ 32 7,241| legislator in the eparchial assembly, the votes of others being 33 7,241| been made in the~eparchial assembly which, if they are promulgated 34 7,241| promulgated in the same~assembly, begin to oblige immediately 35 7,242| decided upon at the eparchial assembly to the authority which the 36 8,319| concerning the eparchial assembly, the eparchial curia, the 37 9,322| 2. The decisions of this assembly do not have juridically 38 9,322| exceeds the competence of the assembly lacks all force until it 39 9,322| himself. 4. Each and every assembly of hierarchs of~several


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