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permitted 27
perpetrated 4
perpetrator 2
perpetual 38
perpetually 14
perpetuated 1
perpetuity 1
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38 impeded
38 nullity
38 parents
38 perpetual
38 set
38 until
37 death

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perpetual

   Title, Canon
1 7,296 | adoption, and sacred~orders or perpetual profession in a religious 2 12,428 | Canon 428~A member in perpetual vows is enrolled in the 3 12,428 | enrolled in an eparchy, by perpetual profession.~ 4 12,462 | definitively assumed with perpetual~profession, which includes 5 12,462 | which includes the three perpetual vows of obedience,~chastity 6 12,464 | 464~For the validity of perpetual monastic profession it is 7 12,465 | with the typicon precedes perpetual profession.~ 8 12,466 | Canon 466~Perpetual monastic profession renders 9 12,467 | Canon 467~1. A candidate for perpetual monastic profession must, 10 12,468 | accrue to the member after perpetual profession in virtue of 11 12,469 | Canon 469~Having made perpetual profession, a member loses 12 12,470 | document certifying that perpetual profession has been made,~ 13 12,472 | members, after they have made perpetual profession, and in accordance 14 12,482 | calculated from the day of perpetual profession.~ 15 12,489 | monastery sui iuris who is in perpetual vows. When this~member petitions, 16 12,494 | Canon 494~1. A monk in perpetual vows who is in sacred orders, 17 12,513 | of time is required~after perpetual profession, to be determined 18 12,530 | congregations, at least before perpetual profession the member~shall 19 12,531 | Canon 531~By perpetual profession member assume 20 12,532 | 532~For the validity of perpetual profession is required, 21 12,533 | Canon 533~In orders the perpetual profession is equivalent 22 12,533 | profession is equivalent to the perpetual~monastic profession, hence 23 12,534 | the canonical effects of perpetual profession remain the same 24 12,534 | cannot be done prior to perpetual~profession.~ 25 12,535 | congregation. If it~is the case of perpetual profession, the major superior 26 12,547 | temporary vows or from making perpetual profession. 2. ~Physical 27 12,547 | profession or the making of perpetual profession, unless the infirmity 28 12,560 | enrolled in an eparchy, by perpetual incorporation.~ 29 12,562 | to dismiss a member after perpetual incorporation, the~superior 30 16,762 | sacred orders or a public perpetual vow of chastity, or with 31 16,795 | holy orders; (2) ~public perpetual vows of chastity in a religious 32 16,795 | as of the one of public~perpetual vow of chastity made in 33 16,801 | Canon 801~1. Antecedent and perpetual impotence to have sexual 34 16,805 | who are bound by a public perpetual vow of chastity in a~religious 35 19,927 | nature a juridic person is perpetual; nevertheless,~is ceases 36 24,1149| available and of its very~nature perpetual, unless something to the 37 27,1453| who has taken a public and perpetual vow of chastity and is not~ 38 29,1533| privilege is presumed to be perpetual. 2. A privilege~ceases: (


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