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proto-syncellus 1
protopresbyter 9
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protosyncellus 35
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35 parochial
35 personal
35 protosyncellus
35 spirit
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protosyncellus

   Title, Canon
1 4,130 | cannot remove from office the protosyncellus or the syncellus of the 2 4,132 | the responsibility of the protosyncellus; if he himself is impeded, 3 7,191 | personally or through a protosyncellus or~syncellus; he exercises 4 7,215 | bishop; he must be appointed protosyncellus; the~eparchial bishop must 5 7,215 | the~auxiliary bishop as protosyncellus. However, if there are several, 6 7,215 | is to appoint one of them protosyncellus and the others~as syncelli. 7 7,221 | common law accords to a protosyncellus; (3) ~the college of eparchial 8 7,224 | see becomes vacant, the protosyncellus and the~syncelli immediately 9 7,224 | legitimately done by the protosyncellus and~syncelli have full force 10 7,224 | power which he enjoyed as protosyncellus or syncellus when the see 11 7,233 | the responsibility of the protosyncellus or~syncellus or another 12 7,233 | rights and obligations of a protosyncellus. At a suitable time the 13 7,238 | auxiliary bishops; (2) the protosyncellus, syncelli, judicial~vicar 14 7,243 | eparchial curia belong the protosyncellus,~syncelli, judicial vicar, 15 7,245 | Canon 245~In each eparchy a protosyncellus is to be appointed who, 16 7,246 | common law attributes to the protosyncellus.~ 17 7,247 | Canon 247~1. The protosyncellus and the syncelli are freely 18 7,247 | can. 215, 1 and 2. 2. The protosyncellus and~the syncellus are to 19 7,247 | to commit the office of~protosyncellus or syncellus to his blood 20 7,247 | eparchial bishop can take the~protosyncellus or syncelli from another 21 7,248 | determined by common law, the~protosyncellus in the entire eparchy and 22 7,248 | not obtained. ~2. To the protosyncellus and the syncelli within 23 7,249 | Canon 249~The protosyncellus and the syncelli must report 24 7,250 | Canon 250~The protosyncellus and the syncelli who are 25 7,251 | Canon 251~1. The protosyncellus and the syncelli cease from 26 7,251 | can.~224 concerning the protosyncellus and the syncelli shall be 27 7,251 | bishop, the authority of the protosyncellus and the syncelli is~suspended 28 7,257 | eparchial~bishop alone or the protosyncellus along with the chancellor. ~ 29 7,258 | eparchial bishop alone or the protosyncellus along~with the chancellor.~ 30 8,320 | government transfers to the protosyncellus or, when there is none, 31 21,984 | their absence, also the protosyncellus and~the syncellus; however, 32 21,987 | to the exclusion of the protosyncellus and the syncelli, unless~ 33 22,997 | recourse against~decrees of the protosyncellus or the syncelli is made 34 23,1052| bishop, auxiliary bishop, protosyncellus or~syncellus, to the exclusion 35 24,1086| power, distinct from the protosyncellus,~unless the smallness of


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