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dismissing 4
disobedience 2
disobeys 1
dispensation 38
dispensations 2
dispense 15
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39 taken
39 vicar
38 constituted
38 dispensation
38 entrusted
38 house
38 impeded

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dispensation

   Title, Canon
1 10,396 | does not carry with~it a dispensation from the obligation of celibacy, 2 10,397 | bound, are not petitioning a dispensation from this obligation; in 3 12,493 | moment of notification, the dispensation~from the vows as well as 4 16,759 | particular Church sui iuris. 2. Dispensation~beyond a year from the age 5 16,767 | can. 762, 1, nn. 2-4. 2. Dispensation from these~impediments is 6 16,768 | petition for obtaining a dispensation, all of the impediments 7 16,768 | be indicated; a general dispensation, however,~is valid also 8 16,768 | also be mentioned for the dispensation to be~valid. 3. A general 9 16,768 | to be~valid. 3. A general dispensation from impediments to receive~ 10 16,795 | right; (3) conjugicide. 2. Dispensation from these impediments is 11 16,795 | juridical~condition. 3. A dispensation is never given from the 12 16,797 | of serious harm until a dispensation is obtained from the competent 13 16,798 | the local hierarch of a dispensation or convalidation~granted 14 16,799 | limits of his competency, a dispensation from an occult impediment 15 16,799 | eparchial curia; no other~dispensation for the external forum is 16 16,835 | Canon 835~Dispensation from the form for the celebration 17 16,841 | and, as the case may be, dispensation~from form or from other 18 16,848 | authority and including a dispensation from an impediment, if there~ 19 16,891 | it also~ceases through dispensation or commutation.~ 20 16,893 | just reason provided the dispensation does not injure a right 21 16,893 | the internal forum, this dispensation can~be granted by any confessor.~ 22 20,963 | postulation, must obtain a dispensation~from the competent authority; 23 20,963 | competent authority so that~the dispensation may be granted. 2. If the 24 26,1372| with equal~certitude that a dispensation was not granted; this can 25 26,1373| 1372, 1 or the lack of a dispensation~are not certain, the defender 26 29,1496| a question of a reserved dispensation, the hierarch can dispense 27 29,1496| dispense so long as the dispensation is usually granted~by the 28 29,1511| by which a privilege, a dispensation, a permission or another 29 29,1513| some favor. 4. Not~only a dispensation, but also the very power 30 29,1514| it has~been given. 4. A dispensation which has successive applications 31 29,1537| Canon 1536~1. A dispensation, that is, the relaxation 32 29,1537| of the law from which the~dispensation is to be given; otherwise, 33 29,1537| be given; otherwise, the dispensation is illicit and, unless it 34 29,1537| sufficiency of the~cause, the dispensation is granted licitly and validly.~ 35 29,1538| penalties, are not subject to dispensation.~ 36 29,1539| often as he judges that a dispensation will contribute to~the spiritual 37 29,1539| has reserved to itself a dispensation is~difficult, and at the 38 29,1539| provided that is concerns a dispensation which the~same authority


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